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Sexual harassment in class

NUMEROUS cases of sexual misconduct by teachers exposed by students at a seminar on Sunday have showed a disturbing trend in Thai schools.


Utar gets green light to use new govt hospital

THE Government has agreed for the soon-to-be completed government hospital in Pandan, near Johor Baru, to be utilised by the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) as a teaching hospital, Utar chairman Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik said.


More comments on ways to combat crime

THE a>e-mails/ahave not stopped coming from readers anxious to say something about crime.


All races donated to Utar, says Ling

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) chairman Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik is thankful to donors who brought in donations for the Penang Utar Building Fund, over and above the RM2.8mil target.

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Thailand goes on terror alert

B>BANGKOK:/BThailand's police chief said yesterday he had ordered security stepped up around foreign embassies, schools and tourist zones in light of intelligence reports warning of a terrorist attack.


Seeking a 'common prayer'

Various religious groups are being consulted by the Education Ministry to formulate a #8220;common prayer#8221; for schools to implement at their discretion.

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Boy admits killing toddler

B>TOKYO:/BA 12-year-old schoolboy has admitted killing a 4-year-old boy by pushing him off the roof of a multi-storey car park, Japanese police said yesterday.


Teachers without permits warned

THE Education Ministry#8217;s crackdown on teachers giving lessons without a permit at primary and secondary private institutions was given wide coverage by I>Utusan Malaysia /I>and I>Berita Harian /I>yesterday.


Programmes to be dubbed in Mandarin

FROM next month, all Chinese programmes including movies and serialised opera aired by RTM, which operates TV1 and TV2, will be dubbed in Mandarin.


'Girls swayed by Internet friends'

More girls between 13 and 15 years old are making friends with strangers over the Internet and, later, running away with them, a state assemblyman here said.