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Don: More Bali-like attacks this year

The al-Qaeda terrorist organisation is likely to surprise with more Bali-like attacks this year, an academician warned.

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Group remains a serious security threat

THE Jemaah Islamiah (JI) group remains a threat to Singapore even though two waves of arrests by the Internal Security Department (ISD) have severely disrupted its local network.

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Ling: Signs of bigger economic growth

Political parties called on Malaysians to remain united and tolerant in the face of the current challenging times.

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Measures to boost economy and protect against effects of war

The Government is working on measures to boost economic growth, including a contingency plan to protect the economy from the adverse effects of an impending US war against Iraq.

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Abdullah announces 10 steps to make companies more attractive

The Government announced 10 measures, including new guidelines for the listing of large companies, aimed at further enhancing the Malaysian capital market.

Education

To school, to school

It's off to school for some 5.8 million boys and girls, many for the first time, as the new school year opens in Afghanistan.

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Pak Lah: Malaysia needs strong, united team

Barisan Nasional leaders must unite and stay close to the people as Malaysia needs a strong team to sail through the challenges of global uncertainties affecting the health and wealth of the nation, said Acting Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Education

Expert knowledge on capital market

The pilot scheme, which is aimed at increasing the pool of graduates with skills and knowledge on the capital market, is one of the measures announced by Acting Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi as part of the Government's efforts to build a more efficient, resilient and competitive capital market.

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Help one another sensibly for the economy

SARS is contagious among people as well as in industry. The figures of losses do not make for pleasant reading.

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Sak sheds light on enduring friendship

When Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik danced and went down on his knees while singing I>Rock Around the Clock/Iduring a Tunku Abdul Rahman College fund-raising dinner a few years ago, it raised eyebrows. But not those of Penang MCA adviser Datuk Dr Sak Cheng Lum, who had long known of Dr Ling#8217;s sense of humour and his dedication to the education cause through their four decades of friendship and comradeship.