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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says only the "blind, deaf and dumb” would say there is no difference between his administration and that of the previous Barisan Nasional government.
BILL Gates once said: “If you’re born poor its not your mistake, but if you die poor its your mistake.”
If not fixed before the age of two, the effects of stunting, which affects one-fifth of Malaysian children under the age of five, will become irreversible.
As travel wobbles and spending declines, hotels and airlines the world over are fighting to hold on to customers. Loyalty, the buzzword for much of the 1980s and 1990s when marquee brands strove to understand and closely identify with their audience, is being replaced by price incentives and a grab-all approach.
From KAMAL GEHI of Subang Jaya.
FOR someone of Reuben Anandraj Solomon’s age, looking after a community of seniors may not seem like the ideal career move. The lean and soft-spoken 34-year-old had left a promising job in a bank to start a senior care centre.
PETALING JAYA: There should be a balance when regulating traditional medicine in order for Malaysia to take advantage of the global traditional and complementary medicine market, says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
From WONG EE LYNN of Petaling Jaya.
Before Nazilla Akbari can check out the latest offerings on Twitter or YouTube, she scrolls through an array of icons on her smartphone, searching for the right workaround to bypass state censors.
Who's afraid of the big bad wolf? In today’s geopolitics, it would be the United States who seem to be terrified by the rise of China’s economic and technological power and perceive the country as a “wolfish threat”. But many other nations have a different view. To them, China is the golden goose.