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Hu starts to consolidate power

New Chinese Communist Party chief Hu Jintao has begun to consolidate power, with key allies set to take over as mayor in Beijing and Shanghai and as governor in two major provinces, sources said yesterday.

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Radio station boss charged

B>PHNOM PENH:/BThe owner of a Cambodian radio station was charged yesterday with inciting this week's anti-Thai riots here while a top opposition leader said Prime Minister Hun Sen may be partly to blame for the chaos.


Movement must tackle today's challenges

From Dr CHANDRA MUZAFFAR, President, International Movement for a Just World (JUST).

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Aiko grows amid changing culture

Japan's littlest royal, Princess Aiko, is fast learning to walk, talk and even dance, the Imperial Household Agency said Saturday.


Speak out for nations that are powerless, NAM urged

The Non-Aligned Movement has been told it must continue to speak out and play a role as the champion of the weak, the powerless and the disenfranchised amidst the dominance of the rich and powerful.


Singapore success story

Singapore#8217;s proximity coupled with top-ranked institutions has made it the choice of Malaysians bright enough to gain a place


Feeling of deja vu as Hasmy leaves

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Promote peace too, DPM tells businessmen

THE Deputy Prime Minister yesterday called on the business community of Non-Aligned Movement member countries to play their part in embracing the cause of peace and not leaving it to their governments or civil society organisations alone.


Her eighth summit, yet delegate remains fascinated

IF anyone can claim to be a NAM veteran, surely it has to be Prof Sally Morphet. The Kuala Lumpur meeting will be the eighth Non-Aligned Movement summit she has attended since Cuba in 1979.


Annan must defend UN Charter

From Dr Chandra Muzaffar, President, JUST.