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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.

KLSE gets off to a rocky start

THE KLSE got off to a rocky start in the first trading day of the year as window-dressing activities that had lent support to the market in recent weeks apparently disappeared. The Composite Index (CI ) skidded nearly 14 points or 2.15% to 632.4 yesterday, as investors sold down their holdings, on heightened fears of war between the US and Iraq.

S. Korea trying to defuse tension

B>SEOUL:/BSouth Korea promised to step up efforts to defuse tension over North Korea#8217;s nuclear programme yesterday amid a flurry of international diplomacy involving the United States and other regional powers.

The year that was - 2002

YEAR 2002 was clearly one of many misses for the local stock market.

DDB aims for top three in region

DDB International president (Asia-Pacific) Michael Bray is generous in his praise of DDB Worldwide's Malaysian operations, Naga DDB.

The next breast thing

Want bigger breasts without the fuss of surgery? The makers of the new non-surgical Brava system claim that its suction-bra can boost your bust by as much as a cup size in a little over two months. REENA GURBAKSH finds out how.

Peace a must for development

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Edu Fun Week to dispel first day blues

FN Dairies will hold its I>Magnolia Edu Fun Week/Icampaign at primary schools nationwide during the first three weeks of the school year to create a happy and positive atmosphere and reduce the stress and tension of first day blues.

A Korean dilemma for Bush

Not for the first time since George Bush became president, the United States is finding it a lot harder to deal with its friends than its enemies.

Malacca DAP walking on a tightrope

The fight in Malacca DAP has been brewing for some time now but of late, the tension seems to be on the brink of eruption. DEVID RAJAH explores the factional dispute that will see mounting pressure among the leaders as the general election draws nearer with the Kota Melaka parliamentary seat being in the middle of the feud.