Search


You have searched for "isolated"

Showing 9941-9950 of 10000

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


World

Control of U.S. Congress up for grabs

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Americans voted on Tuesday in elections for Congress that could curb the power of George W. Bush's Republicans, increase pressure for change in Iraq and sink the president's agenda two years before he leaves office.

World

Bush's legacy, Iraq war on line in U.S. vote

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Americans voted on Tuesday in elections for Congress that could curb the power of George W. Bush's Republicans, change the direction in Iraq and alter the legacy of a U.S. president with two years left in office.

Education

Point-of-view sets the tone

SPM English -- LESSON 5 (Literature)with AUDREY LIM

World

Bush's legacy, Iraq war on line in U.S. vote

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Americans voted on Tuesday in elections for Congress that could curb the power of George W. Bush's Republicans, force a change of direction in Iraq and shape the legacy of a U.S. president with two years left in office.

World

Grim hunt for hundreds killed in Philippine typhoon

DARAGA, Philippines (Reuters) - Distraught survivors searched piles of bodies for the faces of their loved ones in the central Philippines on Saturday after landslides triggered by Typhoon Durian left hundreds dead.

Letters

Why the silence over landmark ruling

By JEFFREY FRANCIS

Nation

RM14bil in unpaid taxes, says Shahrir

Malaysians owed the Inland Revenue Board a total of RM14.1bil in taxes as of June this year, Public Accounts Committee chairman Datuk Shahrir Samad said.

Letters

A sincere move or a political ploy, Mr Howard?

Whatever the controversy, it boils down to whether the public in general believe that Prime Minister John Howard is genuinely sincere and determined to end the prolonged crisis of rampant violence, fuelled by alcohol, and appalling sexual abuse of children in the Aboriginal communities.

Community

Orang asli villagers have not had electricity since 1963

Villagers at Kg Orang Asli Ulu Kemensah have been living without electricity and a number of other basic necessities since 1963.

Nation

171 hotspots in Sumatra

The number of hotspots in Sumatra has almost doubled within 24 hours, signalling the onset of the forest-burning season in Indonesia which inevitably shrouds Malaysia in a haze.