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Home-cooked delights at DU's Table of Joy

The first thing that catches your eye about Tables of Joy is likely its name – an intriguing moniker that promises great things to come the moment you step into the restaurant in Damansara Utama.

Bountiful blessings in house of Joy

YULETIDE has always been a special season for bank manager Joy Samson whose birthday falls on Christmas Day.

There's much joy in one bottle

IN AN extraordinary feat, 26,213 plates were washed using a single 800ml bottle of Joy dish-washing liquid, creating a new Guinness World Record for the “longest line of washed plates”.

Mourning and joy for Egypt’s Christians ahead of Pope’s visit

CAIRO: Egypt’s Christians are still mourning fellow members of the Coptic Orthodox community murdered this month by extremists, but there is also joy ahead of Pope Francis’ visit this weekend.

Outpouring of sympathy for little dog Joy

The story of Joy a little black dog whose jaw was surgically removed after he wasalmost beaten to death has become a symbol of hope for all animals out there.Through Joy, the Furry Friends Farm and Independent Pet Rescuers are calling on thegovernment to support their public education projects to raise awareness on animalrights.

Reconstruction of razed House of Joy to cost RM2mil

PUCHONG MCA visited the newly relocated House of Joy in Bandar Kinrara recently to spread Chinese New Year joy.

Technology guru Bill Joy is betting on a bulletproof battery

Bill Joy, the Silicon Valley guru and Sun Microsystems Inc. co-founder, sees the future of energy in a battery that can take a bullet.

The meaning of true joy

Learning the difference between pleasure and joy is important.

Joy-ful launch

PROCTER and Gamble (P&G) unveiled its latest dish-washing liquid called Joy at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur recently.

Let’s celebrate life by sharing our joy and sorrow

HERE is an equation that you will not find in any mathematics book – A joy shared is multiplied, a burden shared is divided. There is something similar in a Swedish proverb that says, “Shared joy is a double joy; shared sorrow is half a sorrow”.