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High-speed train launched in Shanghai

CHINESE Premier Zhu Rongji and his German counterpart, visiting Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder, attended a ceremony yesterday to launch the trial operation of the Shanghai Transrapid Maglev Line.

On the alert for danger signs

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Protests mount as Indonesia faces transport chaos

B>JAKARTA/B>: Thousands took to the streets across Indonesia yesterday to protest against the government#8217;s decision to raise electricity, fuel and telephone charges, as the country braced for transport disruptions.

Urban utility sector to be opened

THE Chinese government will open the national urban utility market to domestic and overseas investors in 2003, divesting itself of managing the massive water, gas, heat supply and waste disposal sectors.

Indon protests turn violent

Indonesian students and workers clashed with police outside the presidential palace here yesterday in the first violence in four straight days of protests against increases in fuel and electricity prices.

Family last

What does polygamy in Perlis have to do with Brad Pitt, George Bush and men being caned till they became impotent? ANDREW SIA pulls a strong cup of tea to find out...

F1 organiser eyes award

The F1 extravaganza is only in March but Sepang International Circuit (SIC), organiser of the 2003 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix, has already increased its preparations to clinch the FIA's Award for Best Organiser this year.

Koh defends selection of PORR chairman as municipal councillor

Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon defended Monday the appointment of Datuk Ahmad Ismail, the executive chairman of the controversial RM1.02bil Penang Outer Ring Road (PORR) concessionary holder, as a councillor in the Penang Municipal Council (MPPP).

Fast KL-Ipoh trains on track

People travelling between Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh can look forward to riding on fast trains that will run every hour at peak times and take only two hours to complete the journey.

Bus services hit by dawn raid

Agents of a finance company and a bank on Wednesday repossessed 31 buses of Kuala Lumpur's main bus company in a dawn raid, disrupting services in many parts of the city.