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Centre for injured workers

Workers suffering from occupational injuries or the 'overused syndrome' will be placed at special centres to correct their condition before returning to work under a plan mooted by the Human Resources Ministry.

China needs to address weaknesses, says expert

China has evolved into a successful economy and become competitive in almost every field but its leadership also needs to look at its weaknesses to sustain the growth, a seasoned expert on China said.

Famed social activist in Kuala Lumpur for conference

In 1966, a young woman arrived in Hong Kong where she witnessed with her own eyes the drug-crazed vice and violence of Kowloon's Walled City.

Connecting youth around the world

DAIMLERCHRYSLER Malaysia, the Education Ministry and the Malaysian National Commission for Unesco are inviting students nationwide to participate in Mondialogo, a special global intercultural exchange project.

Rafidah: Boost for medical health tourism

Medical health tourism promotions will be enhanced in the Middle East countries, Brunei and Bangladesh next year, said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.

The right to childhood

ALL children are entitled to their basic rights - the right to go to school, the right to food and the right to proper healthcare. It is the duty of governments around the world to ensure that these and other fundamental rights are not violated.

Specialists and NGOs welcome rehab hospital

Non-governmental organisations and specialists have welcomed the setting up of the country#8217;s first rehabilitative hospital as a positive move.

The Star journalist wins international prize for articles

A journalist with I>The Star/I>, Catherine Siow, is one of three to win an international prize for extending public awareness of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), the fastest growing cause of death in the world's advanced economies and predicted to be the world's third leading cause of death by 2020.

Forum to share Indian investment experiences

Top executives and entrepreneurs from India are expected to share investment experiences at a business forum to mark the Incredible India promotion in Kuala Lumpur next month.