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The physically- and mentally-challenged are hopeful that they will be given time to fine-tune the proposed Persons with Disabilities Act before it is tabled in Parliament to ensure a fair representation of their diverse needs, writes PANG HIN YUE.

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South Koreans hold huge anti-US protest rally

In the latest of a series of rallies, over 20,000 South Koreans holding candles gathered in downtown Seoul on New Year#8217;s Eve to protest the deaths of two teenage girls hit by a US armoured military vehicle.


Malaysia unlikely to sign pact with S'pore this month

Malaysia is unlikely to sign the special agreement with Singapore this month to refer the Pulau Batu Putih dispute to the International Court of Justice as there is no official communication from the republic.


Best if both stay clear of island



A promising year lies ahead

CEOS believe Malaysia will do well in 2003 despite uncertainties for the global economy.

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Misbun has his eyes on the women as well

Singles chief coach Misbun Sidek will play a part in lifting the standard of the national women shuttlers.


Home surveillance helps cut down on burglaries

The Royal Thai Police should be commended for their success in the #8220;home surveillance scheme#8221; in which homeowners register with local police to put their houses under watch while they spend carefree holidays elsewhere.


Sarawak, Sabah need to set up housing panel

The state governments of Sabah and Sarawak should each set up a housing tribunal similar to the National Housing Tribunal to provide a quick and cheaper avenue for house buyers to resolve their grouses.

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Advisory panel to be given wider scope of jurisdiction

The Sports Advisory Panel formed under the Sports Development Act will be given a wide mandate and not confine themselves to specific issues.


States need to standardise Islamic family rules, says Shahrizat

The Women and Family Development Ministry and the Perlis Government have agreed on the urgent need to standardise Islamic family laws following the controversy over the ruling on polygamy in the state.