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By Asam Pedas
A BUDDHIST charitable organisation has helped rebuild the lives #8211; and homes #8211; of earthquake victims in Gujarat, India, writes MICHAEL CHEANG.
FOR that holiday and summer feel, TV and radio personality Low Ngai Yuen and friends try on Aussie label Mambo's latest collection, and for a worthwhile cause too.
SHE may have travelled all over the world, but Bali holds a special place in Farah Khan#8217;s heart.
THE formerly tourist-packed streets and beaches of Bali are now eerily devoid of Westerners. TEOH TEIK HOONG revisits the broken jewel of Indonesia.
SHAUN ORANGE wonders if Liverpool's victory over Manchester City would mark the start of a winning streak for the Reds just as Manchester United's loss to the across-town City had ignited the Red Devils' eight-game winning run.
Compiled by DEEPAK GILL.
Sharifah Aini is one of Malaysia#8217;s most recognised entertainers. After 35 years in the business, she will release her 77th album next month, followed by her swansong album in August. In an exclusive interview, the First Lady of Song explains why she will retire in three years when she turns 50!
WELL, well, the annual list of Malaysia's top socialites is out and, as usual, it has caused some consternation among people who take such things seriously. But even though such a magazine list may appear ridiculous and arbitrary, it, nevertheless, offers a convenient reference to who's who in local society.
GRACE Bakst of Cape Cod, the United States, has been making pumpkin pies for more than half a century.