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Students refuse to move into new NTU hostel

Nanyang Technological University's spanking new Hall of Residence Three may boast lifts, air-conditioners and electronic access cards, but half of its residents are refusing to move into the seven-storey building.


DPM: Government will not interfere in MAS

The Government will not meddle in the affairs of the national air carrier, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.


Google opens the doors of an online video bazaar

Google Inc. is upping the ante in the online video gold rush, allowing content owners to set their own prices in a bid to create a more flexible alternative to Apple Computer Inc.'s pioneering iTunes store.

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AFA chief: Argentina strikers are dwarfs

Argentina's pint-sized strikers Lionel Messi, Carlos Tevez, Javier Saviola and Sergio Aguero may strike fear into World Cup opponents, but their own football federation chief is not convinced.


MAS-sive move

About 600 Malaysia Airlines staff based at its 34-storey headquarters in the Golden Triangle will relocate to offices in Subang and KL International Airport as part of MAS's turnaround plan.


‘1,800% rise in quit rent a mistake’

Not possible, could be a mistake. Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam could not believe that quit rent in Malacca had increased by over 1,800% in some areas.


Explain the huge rise in quit rent



A `King' without a crown

While the box office remains steady for Peter Jackson's i>King Kong/i>, it's safe to say that i>Titanic's/irecord is safe. Where did those of us predicting spectacular numbers for i>Kong/igo wrong?


Quit rent up by 1,800%

Folks in some areas here are reeling in shock over the huge jumps in quit rent charged this year, some as high as 1,800%.


New assessment system to raise MPKj’s revenue

The Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj) is setting up a special committee to study the proposal of a new system of assessment values planned to take effect in 2007.