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China's space capsule a success

B>BEIJING/B>: As China celebrated the return of its latest unmanned space capsule from orbit, state television offered a rare glimpse yesterday into its secretive astronaut programme, showing two men training in simulated weightlessness.


3R trio to kick-start Women’s Day

The bubbly trio of the infotainment programme 3R will present this year's theme - I>Find Out, Speak Up and Take Action!/I- in conjunction with the International Women's Day 2003 to be held at Kuching, Sarawak, on March 8.


More schools taking part

This year's Cheer 2003 - the country's only national inter-school cheerleading competition - will see more schools taking part.


Cheerleading team in town to conduct clinics

Members of Team Britain, the British Cheerleading Association#8217;s national display squad, arrived in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday for I>Cheer 2003/I>, the country#8217;s only national inter-school cheerleading competition.


270 cheerleaders take part in Team Britain clinics

Over 270 cheerleaders gathered at KDU College in Damansara Jaya, near here, on Saturday for the first of the I>Cheer 2003 /I>clinics conducted by members of Team Britain, the British national display cheerleading squad.


270 cheerleaders attend clinic in Penang

About 270 cheerleaders from all over the state converged at the Komtar Geodesic Dome yesterday afternoon to take part in the I>Cheer 2003/Iclinic conducted by the British national display cheerleading squad, Team Britain.


All set for cheerleading championship

Look out for serious cheerleading action when I>Cheer 2003/I>, the national inter-school cheerleading championship organised by I>The Star /I>Youth2 and skincare brand Clean Clear, takes place tomorrow.


Third title for smooth Shirtliff

The announcement of I>Shirtliff's/II>Cheer 2003 /I>victory was greeted by deafening screams and free-flowing tears in the Malawati Stadium.


Arulthevar retains title by only one second

Top runner M. Arulthevar pipped A. Munusamy at the finishing line by just a second to win his fourth consecutive men#8217;s Open title in the Subang Jaya 10km Run, which saw a record turnout yesterday.


Looking beyond the book to touch the soul of a child

Veteran teacher and Star-NiE trainer Lucille Dass, from Penang, was bursting with new and creative ideas as she literally swept teachers off their chairs and kept them busy in a series of one-of-a-kind activities, which were not only entertaining but highly educational as well.