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Business

Property still a popular investment option

Buying a property is perhaps the most enduring and popular investment option. Young investors, especially in the Klang Valley tend to work towards buying their first piece of property while in their 20s and early 30s. Goh Ee Koon checks out the choices out there and got investors to give some advice to first timers.

Business

Celcos chip in to boost coverage

THE inadequacy of cellular coverage has long been a sore point that often leads to operators being blamed for cherry picking and expanding only in areas deemed economically attractive. Excerpts from interviews with some of the players.

Lifestyle

Karen Mok delivers

Hong Kong pop star Karen Mok puts on solid show for Asian tour of I>Rent/I>, writes MIN LEE.

World

Wildly expensive Tokyo? Maybe it's not that bad

TOKYO (Reuters) - Surveys rate Tokyo as the world's costliest city, a reputation perpetuated by perfectly shaped hundred-dollar cantaloupes and tender wagyu beef steaks that cost as much as shoppers elsewhere might pay for a whole cow.

World

Wildly expensive Tokyo? Maybe it's not that bad

TOKYO (Reuters) - Surveys rate Tokyo as the world's costliest city, a reputation perpetuated by perfectly shaped hundred-dollar cantaloupes and tender wagyu beef steaks that cost as much as shoppers elsewhere might pay for a whole cow.

World

Wildly expensive Tokyo? Maybe it's not that bad

TOKYO (Reuters) - Surveys rate Tokyo as the world's costliest city, a reputation perpetuated by perfectly shaped hundred-dollar cantaloupes and tender wagyu beef steaks that cost as much as shoppers elsewhere might pay for a whole cow.

Lifestyle

And they're off: The race is already on for next year's Oscars

The 78th annual Academy Awards won't be handed out until March 5, but Hollywood is already overrun with Oscar fever - and the prognostication game is in full swing.

Lifestyle

Bringing up Baby 81

Abhilash was named Baby 81 as he was supposedly the 81st patient admitted into Kalmunai Hospital after a teacher found him afloat on an old rubber tire beneath the rubble hours after the waters receded.

Letters

Islamic REITS one way to invest in assets

By DR ZAINAL AZAM

Community

Shorter waiting time for plan approval

B>T/B>he electronic Local Authority Management System (eLAMS) has been activated on the island to reduce waiting time for approval of building plans and to enhance transparency in the delivery system.