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End of the road for James Bond's Esprit

After a 26-year run, it#8217;s the end of the road for Lotus Esprit, the sports car made famous by James Bond in I>The Spy Who Loved Me/I>.

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India to deport illegal immigrants

B>NEW DELHI/B>: India on Tuesday announced a crackdown on illegal Pakistani and Bangladeshi migrants, saying they posed a security threat to the country.


Dr M hopes war can be avoided

With the rapid build-up of US troops in the Gulf, Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad is hoping that #8220;some miracle#8221; will happen to avoid a war in Iraq.


Reinventing need for a global war

By Bunn Nagara


Language Power on Display

HERE are some samples from which you might draw inspiration.

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Explaining ISA in new booklet

A NEW booklet that recounts how a male clerk in the Singapore Embassy in Moscow leaked secret codes to the Russians after being seduced by a Soviet spy has just hit bookshelves here.


View from the table

A food afficionado describes what it is like to eat with the kitchen in full view.

Other Sport

Kournikova out of tournament but not out of sight

With Anna Kournikova sightings on site at the Australian Open now reduced to a bare minimum, Melbourne media gossip spies have had to redirect their efforts.


Escalating nightmare

Books featured in B>Reading Room/Bthis week: Suspicion of Madness by Barbara Parker, The Blood Doctor by Barbara Vine, The Pilots by James Spencer, Spies by Michael Frayn, and The Beauty Game by Anita Anand.

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Iraqi scientists refuse private interviews

B>BAGHDAD:/BIraqi scientists are refusing private interviews with UN inspectors despite the strong urgings of the Iraqi government, a senior Iraqi official said on Thursday.