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Hotel continues 27-year tradition of charity work

LIFE has not been a bed of roses for 16-year-old Nor Fatihah Sewah, who was born without her lower limbs, but the shy girl is quick to face the world with a champions spirit.

Lure of the fast trucks

AS the 2012 European Truck Racing Championship (ETRC) came to a close at Le Mans, so did an extraordinary weekend for 120 guests invited to France by Shell Rimula.

Nintendo sells 400,000 Wii U consoles in first U.S. week

Nintendo Co Ltd sold more than 400,000 Wii U video game consoles in the United States in the first week of its release, the money-losing company that badly needs a hit to lift its fortunes, said on Monday.

Honda chief eyes more exports from US

NEW YORK: Honda chief executive Takanobu Ito wants to boost the Japanese carmaker's exports from the United States to counterbalance the effects of the strong yen, he said in an interview published Monday.

Malaysia-Market factors to watch on Nov 27(Tuesday)

KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of events in Malaysia as well as news company-related and market news which could have an influence on the local market.

Japan's Renesas soars on news of rescue deal

TOKYO: Shares in Japan's Renesas Electronics surged nearly 17 percent Monday on reports that its three major shareholders and a government fund had reached a final accord on the embattled chipmaker's bailout.

Voters in tsunami-hit zone feel let down as Japan election nears

IWAKI/KAMAISHI, Japan (Reuters) - Three weeks before Japan's first national election since the March 2011 earthquake, none of the contenders has managed to win the hearts, and votes, of those hardest-hit by the disaster - with many feeling let down by the entire political class.

Voters in tsunami-hit zone feel let down as Japan election nears

IWAKI/KAMAISHI, Japan (Reuters) - Three weeks before Japan's first national election since the March 2011 earthquake, none of the contenders has managed to win the hearts, and votes, of those hardest-hit by the disaster - with many feeling let down by the entire political class.

BOJ rift surfaces over easing as political debate heats up

TOKYO/NAGOYA: A split within the Bank of Japan was laid bare on Monday, with newcomers to its board pressing to strengthen commitment to an ultra-loose policy, as pressure on the central bank for bolder action intensified in the run up to next month's election.

Ng: KL is seen as a shopping hub because of proper forethought

RAUB: Kuala Lumpurs placing as the fourth best shopping destination in the world by global news network CNN is due to the Governments proper planning, Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen said.