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THE rule when your cupboards are cluttered is: if you haven#8217;t used something in years, get rid of it. This rule does not apply to words. There#8217;s always room for more in your vocabulary. How many of the following words have you used recently? Are you sure of their meaning?
ONE of Malaysia#8217;s most accomplished women has been chosen to act on the world#8217;s stage to better the lot of women and children everywhere. LI EE KEE has the story.
Casual dressing at the office went bust along with the dot coms and Silicon Valley millionaires. The trend now is towards a spiffier, more formal image at work, reports AMY JOYCE.
Getting paid to scrutinise naked women was the last resort of a desperate man looking for a job. An author who wrote about his conflicted six months on a I>Playboy/Ibus talks to LIBBY COPELAND.
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.
AGGRESSIVE foreigners of the scaly, slimy and furry kind are invading Japan, threatening its delicate island ecosystem. Tons of black bass and blue gill are hauled up from the historic Lake Biwa every week as the country steps up efforts to wipe out the voracious American fish. In other parts of the country, a host of invasive flora and fauna poses a growing threat to native plants and animals. MARK WAGNER reports.
Degenerative disc disease or what is commonly termed as #8216;slipped disc#8217; can bring about chronic pain which diminishes the quality of life. Here#8217;s the good news: a revolutionary new procedure which replaces worn discs in the lumbar spine with state-of-the-art cobalt chromium implants is now available locally. The new technique, known as total disc replacement, promises to put the spring back into your step within a matter of days.