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Be ready for war, S. Korean armed forces told

South Korean Defence Minister Lee Jun called on the nation's military yesterday to maintain readiness for a possible confrontation with North Korea amid mounting tension over the Stalinist state's nuclear ambitions.

Nation

Society suggests formation of medical arbitration board

A medical arbitration board has been proposed to check the rise in indemnity insurance premiums and to promote better medical practices.

Nation

Court order gives Celcom more time

Celcom (M) Bhd has obtained an interim injunction stopping a service provider from proceeding to wind it up over an alleged debt of RM17.7mil pending an appeal.

Nation

I didn’t propose a curfew, says Shahidan

Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim has clarified that he did not propose a curfew on teenagers but rather a form of curtailment in certain places during specified hours.

Nation

Ministry planning to table Youth Bill

The Youth and Sports Ministry intends to table a Youth Development Bill to overcome problems involved in various youth issues, said its minister Datuk Hishammuddin Hussein.

Business

Japan jobless rate back to post-war high

Japan's unemployment rate jumped back to a post-war high of 5.5% in December as more workers bore the brunt of fading growth, piling the pressure on the prime minister ahead of a key policy speech.

Letters

Let arms inspectors complete their job

Writes DR TAN ENG BEE of Kajang.

AseanPlus News

India to test long-range nuclear missile

B>NEW DELHI: /B>India was planning to test a long-range ballistic missile that can hit targets deep inside China, sources said yesterday as the United States warned that the move would escalate tensions in South Asia.

Business

Vehicle sales this year to match last year's

BARRING major surprises in the government's automotive policy statement or detailed plans for the sector's entry into the Asean free trade area (Afta) in 2005, total vehicle sales this year should match if not marginally outstrip last year's 435,000 units, according to industry observers.

Nation

Refer issue to board instead of court, Ong told

MCA Youth leaders have urged their national chairman Datuk Ong Tee Keat to respect the party and its constitution instead of #8220;behaving like a loose cannon#8221;.