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Oil supply may be hit if war continues

There is sufficient stock of most essential food items for the next three months but oil supplies are good for only one to one-and-a-half months if the war in Iraq continues.

Water not a weapon Random water checks

MALAYSIA has no intention of using water as a weapon to pressure Singapore into resolving the water price issue, said Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Dr Leo Michael Toyad.

Style has nothing to do with brand, says singer

Despite her glamorous persona, singer-model Camelia doesn#8217;t often go for branded stuff. Camelia, who is the familiar face for cosmetics company L#8217;Oreal, will perform at the I>Secretaries Unplugged! /I>luncheon during the KL Fashion Week 2003 on April 23 at the Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur.

Costly drugs causing addicts to turn to crime, say police

The high number of drug addicts resorting to more daring criminal activities of late is due to the higher price of drugs such as heroin and cannabis.

Group: Price of building materials rising steadily

Prices of building materials such as steel, cement and several brands of paint have gone up in recent months due to the global price increase in petroleum and other raw materials.

Vision school concept good, says Kayveas

People#8217;s Progressive Party (PPP) president Datuk M. Kayveas has called for further promotion of the Vision School concept, saying that it will benefit Tamil schools.

Ministry launches 'original label' hologram

The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry will launch the #8220;original label#8221; hologram today for consumers to easily identify pirated products.

Former servicemen caught red-handed

A former soldier and a former policeman were caught after they posed as officers on duty to stop a motorcyclist before forcing him and his pillion rider to hand over their cash.

Heroin dealers on the move again

Bukit Aman Narcotics Department believes that dealers are starting to flood the local market with hoarded heroin following the seizure of 2.9kg of the drug here last week.

Carpet sale for a worthy cause

Those who want to buy handmade Kashmiri carpets at low prices can go to a carpet sale at the Bangsar Seafood Village here from April 19 to 27 and for a good cause - to raise funds for the Malaysian International Peace Fund.