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Royal award for top UM students

Excelling both academically and in extra-curricular activities can be overwhelming to many students but not for 23-year-old Nur Aini Ong Maliki Ong, who was awarded the Royal Academic Award (Anugerah Pelajaran DiRaja) at Universiti Malaya recently.

EU envoys to meet in Wisma Putra on Brussels talks

Italian Ambassador Anacleto Felicani will lead the European Union (EU) ambassadors to Wisma Putra to discuss preparations for the coming EU-Asean foreign ministers#8217; meeting in Brussels.

HK Muslims ask for Malaysia's help

The Muslim community here has sought the help of the Malaysian consulate to promote a better understanding of Islam among locals in light of the Sept 11 and Bali terror attacks.

Manila sees peace in six months

B>MANILA: /B>Philippine President Gloria Arroyo should be able to forge peace pacts with communist and Muslim rebels in six months, according to her key ally, who has proposed a #8220;unity#8221; government to speed up reforms.

Minister warns of plot

B>JAKARTA:/BIndonesia#8217;s top security minister said yesterday he had received intelligence information about a plot to overthrow the government using protests against fuel and utility price increases.

Ling: Chinese community grateful to PM for pledge

The Chinese community has expressed gratitude to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad for pledging Government support for Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) although it is a private university.

The three 'P's for good public speaking

Preparation, practice and precision are vital to becoming a competent public speaker, English Speaking Union of Malaysia (ESUM) membership co-ordinator Dr Omar Salahuddin Abdullah said.

Indon MPs to renew bids to remove speaker

B>JAKARTA:/BIndonesian lawmakers say they will renew efforts to seek the removal of parliamentary speaker Akbar Tanjung after an appeals court upheld a corruption conviction against him, reports said yesterday.

150,000 join Thaipusam procession

More than 150,000 devotees joined those carrying kavadis in a procession through the streets here to celebrate Thaipusam with offerings of coconuts, flowers and milk yesterday.

Johor gains from water pacts, says newspaper

TheIStraits Times/I>, a newspaper owned by Singapore Press Holdings, charged back at I>Utusan Malaysia/Ifor accusing Singapore of profiting from the water it buys from Malaysia.