You have searched for "Terrorism"
Showing 1-10 of 10000
Hot on the heels of the polygamy storm, Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim proposed another bombshell last week #8211; that Perlis impose a 10pm- 6am mandatory curfew on youngsters aged 18 and below to stop them from patronising nightclubs, karaoke joints, video arcades and 24-hour convenience stores at night. The move, he explained, would curb social ills, improve discipline and discourage the culture of I>lepak/I(loafing). He later #8220;clarified#8221; that it was not an #8220;outright curfew#8221; but merely #8220;something to effectively curtail#8221; the young ones. We met a certain #8216;Datuk Professoré close to the pulse of Perlis to get a better picture.
We realise that the world is full of doctors, a lot more lawyers, some porters and very few saga-seed collectors. And we find there#8217;s a greater meaning to #8220;who#8221; we want to be. Becoming a lawyer is one thing; wanting to be the best corporate lawyer is another. And it is the latter that becomes an image issue.
WITH cyber crime on the rise and terrorism in the global picture, the fight against money-laundering has become more critical, reports ALLAN KOAY.
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.
Equipment used in some of the most horrific forms of torture are now on display at the I>Tortura/Iexhibition in Malacca.
Ryan does not profess to create Terminator Arnie in you within six weeks,butwhat he does promise is that you will see a physical difference in your torso