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Everything but the sink

Datin Seri Endon Mahmood, wife of Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, is a seasoned traveller. But surprisingly, she has never learned to travel light, she tells PHILIP GOLINGAI.

Graceful beauties walk again

By Asam Pedas

Famous bucks and does

Here are some famous persons born in the Year of the Goat.

A splash of daring

TAKE the Nyonya kebaya. Add dashes of Western influences like Gothic and punk, and you have designer Carven Ong's idea of pushing back the borders of a traditional dress #8211; and for a good cause too.

New disc for old

Degenerative disc disease or what is commonly termed as #8216;slipped disc#8217; can bring about chronic pain which diminishes the quality of life. Here#8217;s the good news: a revolutionary new procedure which replaces worn discs in the lumbar spine with state-of-the-art cobalt chromium implants is now available locally. The new technique, known as total disc replacement, promises to put the spring back into your step within a matter of days.

Royal whirl

Never has the Sultan of Selangor been so busy and in such demand prior to his coronation day. Every major event in the Malaysian capital seemed determined tohave none but Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah grace their proceeding. KEE HUA CHEE recorded the events.

Time's up

After 12 years of failure to bring Saddam Hussein down, America#8217;s patience has run out at last. ANTON LA GUARDIA tells of the Iraqi president#8217;s tenacious grip on power.

All the president's men

In a regime swept by suspicion, few are trusted. DAVID BLAIR profiles four members of Saddam Hussein#8217;s inner circle.

Dreams of glory

DAVID BLAIR charts the career of Saddam Hussein, from party assassin to Iraq#8217;s military leader and feared despot.

Royal rendezvous

Due to the Sultan of Selangor#8217;s coronation on March 8, Kuala Lumpur was abuzz with royal events as all the Malay Rulers were in town for the historic event. KEE HUA CHEE records some royal celebrations.