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No one label fits all

Understanding autism is to regard the uniqueness and strengths of each child.

NY Post editor must answer Murdoch, chimp queries

(Reuters) - The editor of the New York Post may be forced to answer questions about his discussions with media mogul Rupert Murdoch over fallout from the newspaper's publication of a cartoon that appeared to liken U.S. President Barack Obama to a chimpanzee.

Loo-sing their tempers over lack of amenities at home

MALAYSIA Nanban reported that a woman’s refusal to stay with her husband because there was no toilet in his house took an ugly turn after the husband allegedly attacked her with a blunt object on Saturday.

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SMK Methodist sell food to raise money for school

SIBU: Some 500 students worked extra hard at a food fair to raise money for their school, SMK Methodist.

15 Tips on naming your child

Naming your child should be an easy process. Often, couples end up squabbling over names. Here are some tips for naming your child.

Underage and on Facebook

FACEBOOK is mulling over letting children below the age of 13 join its network, but with so many signed up already, what difference would it make?

Rare protest in Vietnam over China claims to offshore oil blocks

HANOI (Reuters) - Hundreds of Vietnamese demonstrated in Hanoi on Sunday against China's moves to strengthen its claim to disputed islands in the South China Sea and its invitation to oil firms to bid for blocks in offshore areas that Vietnam claims as its territory.

Unforgettable melody

Teach children the sound and rhythm of good English even if they are too young to understand all the words. It will pay off later in their lives.

United Technologies sent military helicopter technology to China

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - United Technologies Corp on Thursday admitted selling China software that helped Beijing develop its first modern military attack helicopter, one of hundreds of export control violations over nearly two decades.