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Getting rid of toxic kids stuff

MIRI: Register or go bust, this is what the state Domestic Trade, Co-operative and Consumerism Ministry is telling businesses involved in the import, trade and supply of toys.

Name changes for F1 teams approved

LONDON: Formula One stakeholders approved name changes for the Renault, Team Lotus and Virgin Racing teams at a commission meeting in Geneva on Thursday.

New model Proton next year is not a replacement model for Proton Persona

BEIJING: The new model to be introduced by national carmaker, Proton Holdings Bhd, next year is not a replacement model for Proton Persona, Managing Director Datuk Seri Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohamed Tahir said today.

F1 team name changes approved

LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One stakeholders approved name changes for the Renault, Team Lotus and Virgin Racing teams at a commission meeting in Geneva on Thursday.

Super cars roar into town

UNITED by their love for luxury cars, more than 20 such car owners from various Asian countries gathered at the Equatorial Hotel in Penang for the Franck Muller Super Car Tour 2011.

Sony sees 4th straight loss

TOKYO: Sony Corp said it is headed for its fourth straight annual net loss, instead of a profit it forecast earlier, as Thai floods disrupted camera production, adding to losses from a soaring yen and price slides in its TVs and PCs in the United States and Europe.

Sony warns of 4th annual loss

b>TOKYO:/bSony Corp surprised investors by warning it is heading for its fourth straight annual net loss and that its TV business alone would produce a loss of US$2.2bil (RM6.6bil) due to tumbling demand and a surging yen.

Malaysia’s Nabil in the running for a place in elite academy

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's Nabil Jefri is in the running for a place in the elite FIA Young Driver Excellence Academy.

Flood gate in Thai capital focus of fear, rivalry

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Authorities in the Thai capital repaired a damaged flood gate on Wednesday that has become the focus of anger, fear and rivalry between arms of government battling the country's worst floods in decades.

Flood gate in Thai capital focus of fear, rivalry

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Authorities in the Thai capital repaired a damaged flood gate on Wednesday that has become the focus of anger, fear and rivalry between arms of government battling the country's worst floods in decades.