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Nation

Offers pour in to fulfil octogenarian’s wish

When octogenarian Md Yassin Noordin Rowther appealed for help to enable him to return to his ancestral home in Chennai, India, he had no idea that his plight would bring out the best in Malaysian society.

Lifestyle

No big deal

IT has been billed as the January Sales but Premiership clubs, denied the chance to make any purchases since August, appear nervous about entering the transfer market when it reopened on Wednesday.

Business

US economy begins 2003 on fretful note

As it did a year ago, the US economy has entered 2003 in a fretful state.

Nation

Uncle, nephew start school

Having an uncle who is the of the same age and studying in the same school proved exciting for Year One student Mohd Naim Aiman Najurudeen.

Lifestyle

January happenings

Compiled by VERONICA SHUNMUGAM

Letters

Forget Brits, hire our own retired teachers

Writes B>JOANNE G of Kuala Lumpur/B>

Letters

Banking on a better deal for the people

Banking services in the country are due for some renovations, a move spearheaded by Bank Negara Malaysia. The Service Quality Index, slated for introduction in the coming months, will streamline efforts to improve the performance of the country#8217;s financial services sector.

Letters

A kampong boy made good

After 19 years as political secretary to the Prime Minister, Datuk Abdul Aziz Shamsudin was made Deputy Education Minister two years ago. But things did not come on a silver platter for this kampung boy. B>Shahanaaz Habib /B>has the story.

Lifestyle

Feelings for friend

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