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USIM bags awards at British invention show

ABSENTEEISM among orang asli children is what prompted Efrianis Arika Hasibuan Efendi and her team members to come up with an education module.


Zimbabwe's Mugabe back home after heart attack rumours

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe returned home late on Friday after a month-long holiday in the Far East, just over a week after the presidency dismissed rumours that Africa's oldest president had suffered a heart attack and collapsed.


Vietnam minister says party must reform, or face opportunity loss

HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam must urgently reform its political system to continue its economic growth and liberalisation and bolster the private sector to win back public trust in the ruling party, the country's investment minister said on Friday.


China paper slams 'superstitious' reasoning for falling births

Beijing (AFP) - A state-run Chinese newspaper on Friday excoriated population authorities for "superstition" after they blamed the inauspicious Year of the Sheep for births falling in 2015 despite a loosening of the one-child policy.

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Air pollution in China abates, but winter a problem

SHANGHAI: Air pollution levels fell in most cities in China last year, environmental group Greenpeace said on Wednesday, but a humid and windless winter shrouded swaths of the country in choking smog, slowing improvement in the second half.


Nipah crab dish is believed to be a remedy for disease

KUALA TERENGGANU: Starve a cold, feed a fever. In the case of dengue fever, feed it crab soup.


Move to protect mothers and babies

PETALING JAYA: The Women, Family and Community Develop­ment Ministry will work with the relevant bodies implementing the syariah law to ensure that the welfare of mothers and babies are protected, said its minister Datuk Seri Rohani Abdul Karim.


Stunted by a growing problem

India needs to focus on providing more medical care and attention to its malnourished children.


It’s a global challenge

MALAYSIA isn’t the only country struggling with how to deal with e-cigs.


Hotel plans medical camp for CNY

MALACCA: Settlement Hotel in Ujong Pasir here is holding a medical camp to usher in the Lunar New Year.