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Diplomats praise government measures

Foreign diplomats praised the Government for its containment of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) which they say not only protected the health of its people but also its economy.

Nation

Ministry can search homes

Compiled by Shantini Suntharajah

Nation

Ling: Offer pre-school teaching degrees

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) should offer a Bachelors degree in pre-school teaching to allow those with an advanced diploma in that field to further their education locally.

Nation

Perlis wants kite festival in tourism calendar

Perlis has called for inclusion of the Asean Kite Festival in Malaysia#8217;s annual tourism calendar in efforts to lure more foreign tourists.

AseanPlus News

Razali to meet junta leader over Suu Kyi

B>YANGON:/BUN envoy Tan Sri Razali Ismail, visiting Myanmar to secure the release of Aung San Suu Kyi, will meet the head of the ruling junta today, in what may be a final bid to see the detained Nobel laureate.

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HK mass rally planned to mark day of handover

B>HONG KONG: /B>Hong Kong prepared yesterday for a huge protest against a proposed law many fear will curtail rights and freedoms, on the same day Chinese premier Wen Jiabao leads celebrations marking the anniversary of the city's reversion to Chinese rule.

Letters

Right spirit for lasting success

By Nik Mustaph Nik Hassan, Deputy Director-General, Institute of Islamic Understanding Malaysia

Nation

All races donated to Utar, says Ling

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) chairman Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik is thankful to donors who brought in donations for the Penang Utar Building Fund, over and above the RM2.8mil target.

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China reforms to safeguard party rule

B>BEIJING:/BChina's Communist Party turned 82 yesterday and said any reform would be aimed at preserving party rule.

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Thousands in street demo to denounce planned bill

B>HONG KONG:/BHundreds of thousands of protesters took to Hong Kong's streets yesterday to denounce the government's planned anti-subversion law, in the city's biggest street demonstration since the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre.