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While maintaining its ties with the aviation world, Breitling is coming down to earth with its venture into racing and expanding its horizons in a big way. The Swiss company's tie-up with Bentley is already starting to show results with the Breitling clock in the Continental GT and the new wrist watch to be presented at the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show.
AUTHOR Clive Cussler, master of sea and sunken vessel adventures, plans to retire, writes ALEKSANDRS ROZENS.
Books featured in B>Reading Room/Bthis week: Suspicion of Madness by Barbara Parker, The Blood Doctor by Barbara Vine, The Pilots by James Spencer, Spies by Michael Frayn, and The Beauty Game by Anita Anand.
For India, the I>Columbia/Ishuttle disaster on Feb 1 was especially painful for she lost one of her own in it. NILOVA ROY CHAUDHURY writes about Kalpana Chawla, a shooting star among the many outstanding achievers who represent the Indian Diaspora.
CUTTING-edge technology has given the bayonet a new lease of life as a deadly weapon for the United States marines, writes TONY PERRY.
Malaysians are getting a kick out of 'hapkido', a little-known martial art that combines Korean taekwondo and Japanese 'aikijujitsu'. Just the thing for women who want to pick up self-defence skill.