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DESPITE an early introduction to golf, emerging talent Wong Zheng Wei finds that playing badminton is more appealing.
From Dr SHANKAR CHELLIAH, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang.
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KARAWANG GIRANG, Indonesia (Reuters) - Anti-tobacco advocates in Indonesia plan to file a class action lawsuit this month using cases of child addicts in the hope of forcing tougher regulations on a society where one in three people smokes.
KUALA LUMPUR: A former English school teacher is suing a businessman for defamation for allegedly implying in a police report that he wants to shoot a High Court judge.
What sort of action should parents take if they suspect their child is being victimised by a bully or group of bullies? Developmental psychologist Elaine Yong breaks it down.
BEIJING (Reuters): The World Bank cut its economic growth forecast for China this year to 8.2 percent on Wednesday and urged the country to rely on easier fiscal policy that boosts consumption rather than state investment to lift activity.
WASHINGTON (Reuters): Republican US presidential candidate Mitt Romney is launching a push to appeal to Hispanic voters but has far to go to reverse a huge lead that President Barack Obama holds with this key voting bloc.
JOHOR BARU: Trader Muhammad Afiq Zainuddin won’t forgive his father for stabbing him in the back.
SHAH ALAM: Property owners who lease out their premises to illegalmassage parlours may have their properties seized by the statestate government.