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Night of horror for MIC leader's family

Everything was normal when Sungai Dua Tambahan MIC branch chairman A. Balakrishnan and his 14 family members called it a day after a gathering on Friday.


Pensioner may get free replacement

A pensioner, who claimed that his road tax sticker disintegrated from the heat of the sun, will get a free replacement if it is found that the damage was caused by a sticker defect.


Think-tank for ulamas

The World Conference of Muslim Scholars starting today aims to explore a bigger role for ulamas (scholars) in the new era of globalisation by making them the referral point for any problem ailing the Muslim community rather than limiting their role only to matters related to faith.


Assistant minister and wife hurt in crash

State Assistant Minister of Agriculture and Food Production Datuk Dr Patawari Patawi was injured when his car overturned at Jalan Apas, about 20km from this East Coast town on Thursday morning.

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S’pore economy in deep contraction

The city-state eased monetary policy yesterday after the economy suffered its worst-ever contraction in the June quarter, but factories and consumer spending are bouncing back, the government said.

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Three senior JI militants held Hambali not among them

B>JAKARTA:/BIndonesian police have arrested at least three senior Jemaah Islamiah Muslim militants over the Bali bombings and foiled plans for more attacks, but they have not yet caught the group's operations chief, they said yesterday.


We want good doctors

B>DOCTOR of Kuala Lumpur/Bsays private colleges should chip in to help overcome the shortage of doctors in the country.


Sleepless in Seattle

Three winners of the HSBC Young IT Entrepreneur Awards 2003 walked away with more than just RM15,000; they lived their dream for a week in Seattle, USA. KAREN CHAPMAN joined them on their study tour to the home of Microsoft and Boeing.


Government may ban 'park at own risk' concept

The Housing and Local Government Ministry is studying whether the #8220;park at your own risk#8221; concept at car parks should be banned, minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting said Tuesday.


Jail, rotan for chicken seller

A chicken seller was sentenced to 13 years' jail and ordered to be given 10 strokes of rotan by the High Court here yesterday after he pleaded guilty to an amended charge of possessing 1.9kg of cannabis last year.