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Do lies, spun to avoid hurting feelings, to amuse friends and relatives or fabricated for whatever reason, reflect a deeper emotional problem BENEDICT CAREY has the story.
UNIVERSITIES IN THE MARKETPLACE reviess by NTHONY W. MARX.
Dan Brown's novel, I>The Da Vinci Code/I>, has struck a chord with Singaporean readers. CLARA CHOW talks to booksellers, both fans and detractors, and a man of the cloth.
D.J. BATZER talks about the wavelength infrared emitted by the sun.
For a man who claims he wasn't born an artist, Wong Hoy Cheong has built up an impressive array of works. He speaks to MARTIN VENGADESAN about life, art and politics.
Telling it like it is in his frank, lucidand informed style helps makeJoseph E. Stiglitz one of the foremosteconomists in the world.
Uma Thurman has proven herself to be one of the most versatile young actresses.
The A'Famosa Animal World Safari in Malacca is attracting a large crowd for its collection of exotic fowls.
Oh Huat Suwi and his son Siong Lai get jittery whenever they come across media reports of more countries being affected by the dreaded avian or bird flu.
BUFFALO, N.Y. (Reuters) - Engineers subjected a specially built Buffalo townhouse to a mock earthquake on Thursday in a lab test of a project to build homes that can withstand severe tremors.