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The fight in Malacca DAP has been brewing for some time now but of late, the tension seems to be on the brink of eruption. DEVID RAJAH explores the factional dispute that will see mounting pressure among the leaders as the general election draws nearer with the Kota Melaka parliamentary seat being in the middle of the feud.
The only reason most of us would go back to work on a public holiday (and grudgingly at that) would be the double overtime. But there are people, like radio disc jockey Yasmin Yusoff, who come to office because they (gasp) actually want to.
Georgetown University, Washington D.C. new emergency response plan, is designed to help educators react to nightmare scenarios: an earthquake, a flood, an anti-American riot or a terrorist incident endangering some of the school's 900 students studying overseas.
IRAQ has invited a ministerial delegation from NAM to observe its compliance level with the United Nations resolution on disarmament.
PERMANIS Sdn Bhd, the local bottler and distributor for PepsiCo beverages international products, expects its newly-launched I>Pepsi Blue /I>to take the local beverage market by storm.
War has started and it is expected to deepen the chasm between the United States and the Muslim world. But not too long ago, the American Government ran an ad campaign to show that American Muslims are a happy and diverse lot and it is not against Islam.MARTIN VENGADESH finds out what that was all about.