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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.

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S.Korea seeks Russia's help

B>SEOUL:/BAhead of critical meetings in Washington, South Korea launched a global diplomatic blitz yesterday to defuse the North Korean nuclear crisis as its communist neighbour upped its rhetoric but opened the door to possible mediation.

Education

Engineering her way to success

To be a good engineer, spend the first five years of yours career learning about the job. Do not focus on the salary.

Nation

Lawmakers concur on anti-terror plan

Parliamentarians from 23 Asia-Pacific countries, including the United States, have unanimously backed Malaysia's stand that a multilateral approach be used to combat terrorism.

Education

Learning takes place during tutorials only

From THREEB of Selangor.

Education

Accuracy and speed vital for 'A'

Experienced Mathematics and Physics tutor Sunny Yee advised 500-odd students who attended the seminar on SPM Physics and Additional Mathematics at the Star Education Fair 2003 not to leave their revision to the last minute if they wanted to do well.

Education

Less to wire about

''WE are wireless!'' This is something Informatics students at the Klang Valley campuses in Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya and Klang can shout about. Informatics Group Malaysia manager for IT infrastructure Yong Lit Sen said the students can not only surf the Internet wireless, they are also doing it through high speed broadband.

Education

Engineering choices

THE marketability of engineering graduates depends to a large extent on the state of the economy. However, certain disciplines are more unstable than others, said Inti College Malaysia's Benny Lee.

AseanPlus News

10-day DIY hypnosis course to solve problems

IN the relentless search for New Age solutions, some Singaporeans are paying up to S$2,600 (RM5,668) for a 10-day course to fix their inadequacies.

Nation

Use bankruptcy action as last resort, Rais urges banks

Banks and financial institutions are advised not to hastily institute bankruptcy or winding up action against loan defaulters and use the action instead as the last resort.