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Dengue alert for UPM students

Universiti Putra Malaysia has issued a dengue alert to students staying off-campus, especially those living in the vicinity of Serdang and Balakong, following an 80% surge in dengue cases reportedly contracted outside the campus.


Hair gone bad

YOU haven#8217;t read it yet? It#8217;s brilliant. It#8217;s absolutely brilliant. You should get it,#8221; said British writer Peter Milligan with a wry expression on his face. And that was how I>Hewligan#8217;s Haircut/Icame the author himself, recounts RiZAL JOHAN.


Avoidable war with no winners



Besieged by new species

THE Hawaiian Islands emerged from the ocean fuming and angry, but nature turned gracious and cloaked the steaming volcanic rock with a mantle of splendour.


Developing cancer vaccines

There#8217;s an exciting new development in the war on cancer, writes LINDA MARSA.


The game of war

If war is thrilling to you, you can get a taste of it through paintball, an American game that has caught on in Europe and Australia. In Malaysia, you can play it in Bukit Tinggi, Pahang or the Xtion Paintball Sunway Extreme Park, Selangor.

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319 civilians killed in Aceh, say cops

B>JAKARTA: /B>Indonesian police said on Saturday at least 319 civilians had been killed and 117 others injured in almost four months of an all-out military offensive against rebels in the westernmost province of Aceh.


Search and destroy

At the new Paintball TAG Complex, just outside Desa Water Park, Kuala Lumpur, you can indulge in a bout of tactical action game (TAG) indoors or out #8211; in a mosquito-infested forest.


Two men the latest casualties of dengue

Two people, one from Klang and the other from Ipoh, are the latest casualties of dengue.


U.S. Vietnam-era military chief Westmoreland dies

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Gen. William Westmoreland, who commanded U.S. military operations in the Vietnam War, died on Monday night at a retirement home in Charleston, South Carolina, said Linda Maines, night supervisor at the facility.