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Grateful for TARC education

Many MCA leaders are among the 100,000 graduates of Tuanku Abdul Rahman College, beneficiaries of the party's cause to make education more readily available and affordable to the community. FOONG PEK YEE spoke to three ex-Tarcians to see how the college had shaped their destiny and the fund-raising campaign they are involved in to help Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman and fulfil the Chinese community's 32-year dream.


Reinventing need for a global war

By Bunn Nagara



Hanin Adnan writes on Malakoff, IJM, HLB, Ranhill and Ta Ann.


Asia hot pick of investors in 2003

Global investors are playing it safe in Asian markets amid fears of a possible war in Iraq and tensions over North Korea#8217;s nuclear programme, but they are seen ready to scoop up Asian technology stocks later this year.


Socso should rethink proposal on widowers

THE Social Security Organisation (Socso) plans to amend its Act to provide more benefits to its members. Under the proposals, the beneficiaries will be the widows and widowers. The proposed amendment will also encourage the disabled members to be productive again, writes V.K. Chin.


Talk to N. Korea, Seoul urges US

B>SEOUL:/BSouth Korean president-elect Roh Moo-hyun yesterday urged the United States to actively engage in talks with North Korea to resolve the nuclear crisis that has been gripping the divided peninsula.



Kathy Fong writes on Intria and Lion Land


Construction sector in for major boost

THE construction sector will be one of the prime beneficiaries of the government#146;s efforts to pump-prime the economy, according to AmResearch Sdn Bhd executive director Gan Kim Khoon.


Weekly technical analysis

CONSOLIDATION came after a spectacular rally the previous week on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange, owing to profit-taking activity and the sharp decline on Wall Street


Over RM82mil in EPF savings yet to be claimed

OVER the past 10 years, more than RM82mil of savings in Employees Provident Fund (EPF) belonging to 43,240 retirees have been left unclaimed, I>Sin Chew Daily/Ireported yesterday.