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Caring ways

A BUDDHIST charitable organisation has helped rebuild the lives #8211; and homes #8211; of earthquake victims in Gujarat, India, writes MICHAEL CHEANG.


Woman gets travel papers to come home

The 49-year-old Malaysian woman stranded in Japan since 1995 after her travel documents expired will get to return to stay with her only daughter here after all. The Government yesterday issued Tan Soo Fieck a temporary Certificate of Identity (CI) to facilitate her travel.


Tears flow as stranded woman returns

Looking somewhat bewildered by the warm welcome given to her at KL International Airport, Tan Soo Fieck allowed the tears to flow freely as her dream of returning home after years of living in limbo came true.


Buddhists come together to pray for continued peace

An all-night chanting and prayer session was held by seven Buddhist organisations from last night to invoke blessings and peace for the nation in conjunction with National Day celebrations.


In the steps of a monk

A Tang Dynasty monk's historical journey from China to India during the 7th century is recaptured in a photo exhibition which traces the epic journey through unchartered frontiers.


Most victims need counselling

b>Devid Rajah in SRI LANKA:/b>brApart from dealing with physical injuries, relief workers helping tsunami victims here have had to address the mental state of those hit by the disaster.


Biking for charity

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Expat was a loving hubby, says widow

The widow of a Taiwanese expatriate who was slain on Tuesday remembers him as a loving and affectionate husband.


Acceptable recyclables

This is what Alam Flora recycling centresaccept and pay for. Items must be cleanand dry.