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Advice for young doctors

MORE than 100 medical and house officers from AIMST University shared their experience on the housemanship programme during a workshop in Port Dickson recently.

ATP says no to Madrid's blue clay

MADRID (Reuters) - The controversial blue clay surface used for the first time at the Madrid Open last month will be banished next year, the governing body of men's tennis said on Saturday.

Having too much on our plates

We say we are a progressive society, yet we remain superstitious when it comes to numbers linked to possessions.

China, India step up role

LOS CABOS: After years of pressure to take a greater role in global affairs, China and India have stepped up by contributing to a new International Monetary Fund (IMF) emergency fund – from which the United States is absent.

One for the books

Events: Compiled by LEE MEI LI

Having too much on our plates

We say we are a progressive society, yet we remain superstitious when it comes to numbers linked to possessions.

Old hands, young charges

CHILDMINDING is never easy for a parent, what more a grandparent. Sometimes, the young charges can turn a house upside down – imagine boisterious young children running around the place, or starting a fight.

G20 extends free trade vow despite split

LOS CABOS, Mexico: World leaders extended by one year their vow not to put up new trade barriers at the Group of 20 summit on Tuesday in a last-minute deal that exposed deep rifts over protectionism.

G20 extends free trade vow despite split

LOS CABOS, Mexico (Reuters) - World leaders extended by one year their vow not to put up new trade barriers at the Group of 20 summit on Tuesday in a last-minute deal that exposed deep rifts over protectionism.

‘Be professional, otherwise ban it’

PARASAILING should be banned along the beach in Batu Ferringhi unless a professional body is set up to oversee such operations.