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22 Malaysian companies among top 100 firms in OIC

Twenty-two Malaysian companies are in the top 100 businesses in the first-ever ranking of top companies in the Muslim world compiled by I>Dinar Standard/I>, a new business strategy e-magazine.

Talks over resumption of MAS flights from Singapore

Pahang is discussing with Malaysia Airlines (MAS) the resumption of direct flights from Singapore to Kuantan to boost tourism in the state, Culture, Arts, Tourism and Women's Affairs Committee chairman Datuk Maznah Mazlan said.

Former steward jailed for 18 months over porn VCD

A former Malaysia Airlines steward was jailed 18 months for making a VCD containing pornographic scenes with the intention to distribute it to the public.

Cheap flights spur many travels

ASIA'S savvy executives are starting to mix business with pleasure. When it comes to travel, many are combining business with personal trips. Whether it's tacking a few vacation days on to a business trip, or doing a spot of business while on holiday, 42% of all respondents to the survey say this is how they are maximising their travel plans and budgets.

From newsreader to beauty salon owner

Sharifah Shawati, a familiar face on TV, may be disappearing from the screen soon. PATSY KAM speaks to her about her foray into business.

Journey of discovery for 30 youngsters in Sarawak

I>The Star's/IBRATs (Bright, Roving, Annoying Teenagers) were given a warm welcome by the residents of the Punam Pah longhouse in the district of Pelaga on Saturday.

PMB to buy Rolls-Royce engines for super jumbos

ROLLS-Royce Trent 900 engines will power the six Malaysia Airlines (MAS) I>A380 /I>super jumbo aircraft that will take to the skies beginning 2007.

Prizes await audience

The rare opportunity to catch stunning kung fu acts live is not the only thing in store for those attending the upcoming I>Shaolin Kung Fu Masters Return!/Ishow - ticket holders also stand a chance to win a trip or air tickets to China and other exciting prizes.

Electronic flight bag breakthrough in e-enabled flight

IT bears no resemblance whatsoever to a bag but the future of aviation may depend on it. Looking more like oversized personal digital assistance (PDA) inside the cockpit, the Jeppesen Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) is said to be the breakthrough in the electronic-enabled air transportation industry.

MAS to focus on strength and take on competition

ARMED with a modern fleet of aircraft, top of the world standard pilots and in-flight services that had won numerous awards, Malaysia Airlines is poised to take on the challenges of the increasingly competitive air travel industry.