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Peak tides test Thai capital's flood defences

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Peak tides tested Bangkok's flood defences on Sunday as hope rose the centre of the Thai capital might escape the worst floods in decades, but that was little comfort for swamped suburbs and provinces where worry about disease is growing.

Loving and being loved

Will you let your mother remarry? Four years after losing her father, a daughter reconciders the question.

Hyundai eyes 100% sales hike

THE new Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors 3S service centres on the island and Seberang Prai will help to increase the sales of its cars in Penang by 100% in 2012.

It’s back to local action for Zamri and Hafizh after MotoGP high

PETALING JAYA: Mohd Zamri Baba and Hafizh Syahrin Abdullah enjoyed the rides of their lives in their recent Moto2 action in the Shell Advance Malaysian MotoGP at the Sepang circuit last weekend.

Schuey: Deaths down to fate

FORMULA One great Michael Schumacher said on Thursday that two deaths which have stunned motorsports were #8220;fate#8221;, as he backed safety standards at the new Indian Grand Prix.

OSK: MBM offer good for Hirotako

PETALING JAYA: The takeover offer by auto parts manufacturer MBM Resources Bhd on Thursday for Hirotako Holdings Bhd, which makes car safety restraint equipment, will help Hirotako to clinch more and bigger deals.

Tens of thousands flee Bangkok fearing breach of river banks

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Traffic clogged roads out of the Thai capital on Friday as tens of thousands of people fled ahead of a high tide expected to worsen floods that have inundated factories and prompted foreign governments to warn their citizens to stay away.

Ahmad not giving up chase for title

PETALING JAYA: Penzoil Racing's Ahmad Fazli Sham has not lost sight of the CP130 title yet.

Russians to spend US$200mil on Sochi track

MOSCOW: The Russian government plans to spend nearly US$200mil building a motor racing circuit in Sochi to host the country's first Formula One Grand Prix in 2014, a senior government official said on Wednesday.

Tens of thousands flee Bangkok fearing breach of river

BANGKOK (Reuters): Traffic clogged roads out of Bangkok Friday as thousands of people fled ahead of a high tide that may worsen floods that have inundated factories and prompted foreign governments to warn citizens to stay away from one of Asia's biggest cities.