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Boustead sees full tenancy at new mall by year-end

BOUSTEAD Holdings Bhd expects shops at its flagship retail project, I>The Curve/I>, in Mutiara Damansara to be fully taken up by the end of this year, in good time for its grand opening in mid 2004, according to chairman Gen (R) Tan Sri Mohd Ghazali Che Mat.

Nation

West rapped for wanting to dominate the world

Malaysia took the stage as the new chairman of the Non-Aligned Movement Monday amid blazing colours and dances and against a backdrop of a looming war in the Middle East.

Letters

PAS in a spin after royal speech

News analysis by JOCELINE TAN

Nation

GP organisers expect full house on Sunday

The 2003 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix looks set to have a full house on Sunday with 70,000 tickets already snapped up so far.

AseanPlus News

13 tipped to design Olympic stadium

A SHORTLIST of 13 design institutions competing to build Beijing's multi-million dollar Olympic stadium has been named.

Nation

Let's bank on Arab tourists, says Kadir

Arab countries will be the best market to bank on for the country's tourism receipts during these difficult times, said Culture, Arts and Tourism Minister Datuk Paduka Abdul Kadir Sheikh Fadzir.

Lifestyle

Tropical tours

WE speak to the expert who takes guests on guided tours of the rainforest in the Pangkor Laut resort.

Nation

Important milestone for MCA as third TARC campus opens

Sunday marks another important milestone for MCA#8217;s education programmes when Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi opens the third Tunku Abdul Rahman College (TARC) branch campus in Kampar, Perak.

Lifestyle

Zesty style

Spanish label Zara, which takes high fashion to the middle class, is set to invade clothing-retail consciousness here, and there is none happier than fashion devotees in the Klang Valley.

Nation

‘Trainee allowed to fly solo’

Royal Malaysian Air Force trainee pilots, including Lt Muda Mai Elny Sefrina Jalaluddin, have to pass various stages of training before they are allowed to fly solo, said Defence Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.