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Mississippi Gov. Barbour aide resigns over Japan remark

BILOXI, Miss (Reuters) - The press secretary to Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, a possible candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012, abruptly resigned on Monday after media reports of off-color jokes about Japan in an e-mail.


Third chapter of three-day Tourism Fair to be held in May

THE third Malaysian Tourism Fair (MTF) will be held this year at the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) Kuala Lumpur from May 20 to 22.


Relentless life lived for others

EVEN at 73, Datuk Ursulla Goh still has a larger-than-life personality, and she exudes warmth and intelligence. Above all she has a big heart that reaches out to those in need, particularly women and children.


Bank fetes customers as mark of gratitude

SOME 350 of Maybank#8217;s Penang customers were feted to a grand evening of food and entertainment at the company#8217;s annual customer appreciation dinner at the Eamp;O Hotel.


Awarded inventions

SEPARATING chilli seeds from dried chillies may not be such a daunting task, at least not in the near future - thanks to an invention from Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP).


Handsome win for Maxis

PETALING JAYA: Maxis bagged the Putra Brand of the Year award while Munchy's was named the Putra Most Promising Brand of the Year at the Putra Brand Awards 2011 ceremony.


MSSWP confident with a well balanced team

THE Federal Territories Schools Sports Council (MSSWP) table tennis team will be banking on their charges in three categories to put them as medal contenders in the team events at the six-day Malaysian Schools Sports Council (MSSM) meet at Shah Alam in Selangor starting Monday.


Some Japanese plants shut after quake, BOJ promises help

TOKYO (Reuters) - Some Japanese nuclear power plants and oil refineries were shut down on Friday and a major steel plant was ablaze after a powerful earthquake rocked the country, buckling roads, triggering landslides and knocking out power to homes and businesses.


A touch of Latin to light up the weekend

WITH mysterious masked dancers sashaying by and glitzy fringe acts complete with a fusion of Latin and house music to dance the night away, everyone can look forward to i>Livin' La Vida Soca/iat 7atenine on Friday nights.


Kidnappers’ golden getaway foiled

KLANG: The 'golden' retirement plans of fivekidnappers were dashed when police closed inon them within minutes of the release of their victim.