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Mum leaves ailing spouse for younger Bangladeshi

I>BERITA Minggu /I>toldI/I>theI/I>tale of a married woman who ran off with a Bangladeshi who sold carpets while her husband was down with a kidney ailment.

Nation

Indian world conference at Putrajaya

Some 300 businessmen, academicians and professionals from seven countries are expected to attend a three-day Indian world conference to be held in Putrajaya from Friday.

Education

Get the global business edge

The list of requirements demanded by industry gets longer by the day, so much so that not many institutions can claim to offer their students the plethora of skills now required.

AseanPlus News

IHT to have business insert in Thai edition

The I>International Herald Tribune/I(I>IHT/I>) will co-publish an English-language business daily insert in Thai editions of the newspaper beginning June 1, the company's partner said on Friday.

Community

Discussing future of urban Malays

ABOUT 500 academicians, professionals, government officials and Umno members attended the Urban Malay (Melayu Bandar) Convention that was held at the Grand Bluewave Hotel in Shah Alam last weekend.

World

Trinidad and Tobago gripped by football fever

PORT OF SPAIN (Reuters) - Football fever has gripped Trinidad and Tobago, the smallest country to qualify for the World Cup finals in Germany.

Nation

The Star, China Daily ink deal

Local businessmen planning to venture into China's growing economy will now be able to obtain more in-depth articles about the country through a weekly column in I>The Star /I>known as I>BizChina/I>.

Nation

Limkokwing University London starts classes on March 19

Limkokwing University London will commence classes for the first batch of 300 students on March 19, said its president Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing.----------------------------------------------------------------

Nation

Pak Lah invited to open Limkokwing London in March

Limkokwing University London will commence classes for the first batch of 300 students on March 19, said its president Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing.

Nation

50,000 throng floral parade in Putrajaya

Putrajaya stirred awake early Saturday, to a fusion of colours and the sweet fragrance of flowers. The government administrative centre, which is usually quiet on weekends, saw about 50,000 people turning up to watch the Floral Parade along Persiaran Perdana.