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Tenant sued for spooking buyers away

A man who put two coffins on top of a rented house and staged mock funerals there is named in a lawsuit that accuses him of trying to squeeze money from a luxury property developer after spooking would-be buyers.

Lifestyle

Slow and hard climb to fame

FRENCHMAN Alain Robert scales buildings to overcome his fear of heights.

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Prosecutors get file on Bali bombers

B>DENPASAR/B>: Indonesian police investigating the Bali terror bombing submitted the evidence file on key suspect Amrozi to prosecutors yesterday in preparation for a trial.

Nation

Moves to attract more investors

The Government is beefing up measures to make Malaysia more attractive and competitive to investors, including giving faster public sector service and standardising the issuance of licenses.

Lifestyle

Are You Foul-Mouthed?

Putdowns (intended or inadvertent), sexist references, and ethnic quips can lead to costly career and legal problems.

Lifestyle

Hope amid broken hearts

NO matter how corny space travel sounds nowadays, astronauts still connect us to our dreams of freedom, writes MARC FISHER.

Lifestyle

Don’t shoot the doctor

Email from Dr Yap Kim Hoong of Kuala Lumpur

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Lu Xun's son wins dispute over copyright

ZHOU HAIYING, the son of Lu Xun, one of China's best-known writers, has won a copyright lawsuit in connection with his autobiography I>Lu Xun and Me in 70 years/I>.

Other Sport

Matthaeus drops lawsuit against Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich#8217;s former captain Lothar Matthaeus has dropped his lawsuit against the club over money he said he was still owed from his testimonial nearly two years ago.

Education

Contingency plans for US students abroard

Georgetown University, Washington D.C. new emergency response plan, is designed to help educators react to nightmare scenarios: an earthquake, a flood, an anti-American riot or a terrorist incident endangering some of the school's 900 students studying overseas.