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Community

Thirsting for clean water

Policy yet to be realigned to take advantage of abundant rainfall for benefit of people and industries.

Other Sport

World No. 1 Djokovic first to win five Masters titles in a season

MONTREAL: Novak Djokovic stopped American Mardy Fish 6-2, 3-6, 6-4 to win the Montreal Masters on Sunday, capping his competitive debut as world number one with a record-setting title.

Community

Husband advises married men against cheating on wives

SIBU: A man, who had a two-and-half-year affair with a foreign woman, is advising other married men against following in his footsteps.

World

Music therapy may ease anxiety in cancer patients

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Music therapy may help lower anxiety and improve moods in people with cancer, although it's not clear what treatment -- listening to pre-recorded CDs during hospital visits, or sessions with a music therapist -- helps most, a study said.

Lifestyle

Advice to first-time mothers

Azatulsheeda Mohd Azman shares some advice on pregnancy and childbirth for first-time mothers.

Education

Fresh approach to teaching

With a touch of fun and creativity, the English language can be taught effectively too. A check by i>StarEducate/ihas found that, many senior teachers have in fact, taken their own initiative to help students maximise learning English in schools.

Letters

London riots bring up questions about society

I AM one of the many thousands of Malaysians who studied in England in the 1970s and early 1980s. Since then, I have visited England, specifically London, three times - for an alumni weekend in 2009 and for other invitations I received twice last year, first in October, when I visited the Oxford Centre of Islamic Studies and gave a talk to Malaysian students, and again in December, after receiving an invitation to discuss Islam and programmes carried out for the Muslim community there.

World

Chavez returns from chemo recharged but cautious

CARACAS (Reuters) - President Hugo Chavez returned to Venezuela in the early hours of Sunday after undergoing a second round of chemotherapy in Cuba, sounding recharged and combative in a telephone conversation with state television.

Nation

Sendai official returns to fair

KUALA LUMPUR: Hiroaki Ichikawa is here for his second MATTA Fair to help promote the Japanese city of Sendai to Malaysian tourists. But he will never forget his maiden trip in March.

Lifestyle

Harrison Ford: Straight shooter

Harrison Ford is a rebel at any age.