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Spectre of war greets New Year

B>TOKYO:/BJapanese streamed into temples, Russians packed a frigid Red Square and revellers from around the world crowded the confetti-strewn streets of New York#8217;s Times Square to greet the new year amid global concerns about war and terrorism.

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Footballers play naked to celebrate the New Year

B>TAIPEI: /B>Members of an amateur American football team in Taiwan celebrated the new year yesterday by stripping off their uniforms to play naked.


Hilmi: Action on reps enough

Barisan Nasional should not go on a #8220;witch-hunt#8221; against the eight back-benchers who did not vote on a DAP motion at the Penang state assembly on Nov 21.


From football to money talk show

The much-anticipated TV3's programme I>Ringgit Sense/Iis going on the air tonight with Shireen Sidhu at the helm.


Preparing for school together

For many families, getting ready for school revolves around the children only. However, in the case of Amir Sharifuddin Wong's family, it is a major undertaking and takes several months as both he and his wife, Nor Azian Zulkifli, are teachers.


Penang devotee grateful to deity for three miracles

V. M. Thuraisingham has made a lifelong vow to thank Lord Muruga for the three 'miracles' that had happened to him and his family.

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M-cyclist falls victim to long scarf fashion

B>TOKYO:/BThis season#8217;s fad for extra long scarves claimed another fashion victim when a Japanese woman fell from her motorcycle after her two-metre-long muffler got caught in the bike#8217;s rear wheel, police said yesterday.


Furore over teen sex education

Abstinence-only proponents say teaching the young about birth control is simply inviting them to have sex; advocates for comprehensive sex education say withholding detailed information leads to dire medical consequences.


Ministers: Up to Pak Lah to select his team

The successor to Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad can re-appoint current Cabinet members or appoint new ones at his discretion after the Prime Minister steps down in October, said several leaders here who declined to be drawn into a debate on the issue.


Beating the school bully

The Connecticut law, which takes effect this month, stops short of actually criminalising bullying, instead requiring schools to set up a system to monitor and investigate all incidents.