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Traumatised woman back on her feet through Socso's special programme

SHAH ALAM: Brutally abused by her husband and jobless for more than five years, mother of two Gomathy (not her real name) had completely hit rock bottom.

Other Sport

Into the unknown as season starts at Melbourne

(Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel's rivals, perhaps more in hope than expectation, are looking to this weekend's Australian Grand Prix to usher in a season where the German and his Red Bull team have their three-year monopoly of Formula One titles broken.

Other Sport

Into the unknown as season starts at Melbourne

(Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel's rivals, perhaps more in hope than expectation, are looking to this weekend's Australian Grand Prix to usher in a season where the German and his Red Bull team have their three-year monopoly of Formula One titles broken.

World

U.S. soldier accused of Iraq murder contests sanity ruling

TACOMA, Washington (Reuters) - Lawyers for a U.S. soldier charged with killing five fellow servicemen in 2009 at a military counselling centre in Iraq asked an Army judge on Tuesday to reject a finding that the defendant is mentally fit to stand trial at a court-martial next month.

Business

Malaysia-based Islamic Financial Services Board and ECB conducting study on Islamic finance

DUBAI: The European Central Bank and the Malaysia-based Islamic Financial Services Board (IFSB) are conducting a joint study on policies affecting Islamic finance in Europe, the IFSB's top official told Reuters

Letters

Nurses determine quality of healthcare

From CONCERNED of Petaling Jaya

World

U.S. soldier charged in 2009 Iraq shootings to appear in court

SEATTLE (Reuters) - A U.S. soldier accused of killing five fellow servicemen at a military combat stress centre in Baghdad is set to appear at a pre-trial hearing on Tuesday as Army prosecutors and defence attorneys present motions concerning his mental health.

World

U.N. sees progress in boosting post-Fukushima nuclear safety

VIENNA (Reuters) - Efforts to enhance global nuclear safety have advanced since Japan's Fukushima disaster struck exactly two years ago on Monday, the U.N. atomic energy chief said, vowing to help make nuclear power as

Lifestyle

Boosting farm productivity

Farm productivity has to be beefed up lest the world goes hungry.

Business

Egypt, Tunisia strive to woo back tourists

BERLIN: Two years after the Arab Spring uprisings, Tunisia and Egypt are trying to win back holidaymakers in a lifeblood sector for both countries which are gripped by renewed political crisis.