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THE last time there was an overhaul on Aquaman, it practically cost him his left hand (Aquaman (1994) # 2) and it didn#8217;t work wonders in keeping his popularity afloat.
Open-plan kitchens, which are the rage in swanky hotels and fine-dining restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, provide an entertaining diversion for diners but don't leave much room to disguise flying lamb chops and clanging cutlery. REENA GURBAKSH ventures into an award-winning kitchen to find out the art of cooking on show.
GRAHAM SIMMONS visits the vertiginous state of Sikkim in India and discovers a land of dramatic views.
Former Bush speechwriter David Frum is causing a stir with a book about the President that notes a #8216;dearth of really high-powered brains#8217; in the White House. That#8217;s true in part, he tells DAVID RENNIE in Washington, but don#8217;t mistake Bush for one of the dunces.
CATHERINE SIOW finds out how Buddhist psychotherapy can be used to reduce mental suffering and create family well-being in modern society.
The teenage boy accused of murdering his tuition teacher#8217;s 11-year-old daughter last May was of sound mind when the crime was committed, a psychiatrist told the High Court here yesterday.