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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.


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.


Good case for reading law

A good lawyer has good persuasive skills and the ability to think on his feet. A good memory helps, and the energy to rush from one court to another.


Tribute song sums up gratitude for his contributions

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad received a standing ovation from more than 30,000 people yesterday when the song I>Thank You For Being A Friend /I/I>was specially dedicated to him at the ground-breaking ceremony for Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar).

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Tricyclist reminds people of invasion

A 60-YEAR-OLD tricyclist, who has been on the road since 2000 to remind the Chinese people of the atrocities Japanese invaders committed in China, arrived in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province on Tuesday.


Ex-hostage bonded by love

Noel Fong Yin Ken, who was an Abu Sayyaf hostage for 119 days, will add a new chapter in his life. He will be marrying Japanese Yumiko Kitaura here today.


The journey of lifelong learning

When you are teaching a group of learners who have to travel far and wide just so they can attend their Saturday lectures for the next three to four years, your motivation level, as an educator, must be twice as high as theirs, writes AIRIL HAIMI MOHD ADNAN of Universiti Teknologi Mara, Perak.

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Prominent Hindi poet Bachchan dies

B>BOMBAY/B>B>:/BHarivanshrai Bachchan, a prominent Hindi poet and father of Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan, died here overnight after a prolonged illness, it was announced yesterday.

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Concerns raised over Beyblades toy fad

SINGAPORE: Spinning Beyblades are all the rage among youngsters in Singapore, but the popular toy has raised concerns about its safety.

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Nepalese princess weds commoner

B>KATHMANDU:/BHindu priests chanted hymns and prayed to the elephant god Ganesh as Nepal#8217;s royal family, targeted in a 2001 palace massacre, attended the marriage on Wednesday of King Gyanendra#8217;s only daughter to a commoner.