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Archive for June 18th, 2012

| June 18, 2012
kawasan perumahan baru

If private developers in Sabah can deliver their projects on time, why can't national housing agency, Syarikat Perumahan Nasional... More ››

June 18, 2012

FMT LETTER: From P Ramakrishnan, via e-mail The Malaysian Cooperative Societies Commission (MCCC) has become the laughing stock of... More ››

| June 18, 2012
Sarawak ElectionbIRD

Sarawak DAP is committed to seeing a 'one-on-one' fight with Barisan Nasional and will not let 'egos' stand in... More ››

| June 18, 2012
FEATURE
dog and man

Here is a list of dogs to help you enjoy your lazy lifestyle. More ››

June 18, 2012
gina

SYDNEY: Australian media giant Fairfax said today it will slash 1,900 jobs and erect paywalls on its flagship titles... More ››

June 18, 2012
denmark

LVIV:  Morten Olsen said Denmark had made a “good impression” at Euro 2012, despite packing their bags after a... More ››

June 18, 2012
IMF2

LOS CABOS: After searching for months for cash, the IMF looks able to firm up a huge emergency “firewall”... More ››

June 18, 2012
Italy's Balotelli and Cassano

WARSAW:  Complicated permutations and talk of a conspiracy surround the final matches in Euro 2012’s Group C on Monday,... More ››

June 18, 2012
hass

LONDON:  Tommy Haas showed he was still capable of springing a surprise at the age of 34 when he... More ››

June 18, 2012
rooney

KRAKOW:  Key England striker Wayne Rooney is set to feature at Euro 2012 for the first time on Tuesday... More ››

June 18, 2012
golf1

SAN FRANCISCO:  American Webb Simpson clinched his first major title with a nerve-jangling one-shot victory at the 112th US... More ››

| June 18, 2012
ambiga bersih 3.0

Should Pakatan Rakyat form the government, the Bersih chairperson says it should set up a Truth and Reconciliation Commission... More ››

June 18, 2012
C.Ronaldo

KHARKIV:  Cristiano Ronaldo found time to change his hairstyle at halftime, going from a mini-Mohican in the first half... More ››

June 18, 2012
nuky

MOSCOW: World powers and Iran resume their nuclear crisis talks today amid fears that failure on this occasion may... More ››

June 18, 2012
woods

SAN FRANCISCO:The long wait goes on for Tiger Woods. It has been four years since he won his last... More ››

June 18, 2012

From Gobind Singh Deo, via e-mail Former Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamed has only himself to blame for building... More ››

June 18, 2012
portugal

KIEV:  Cool-headed Germany extended their Euro 2012 winning streak to reach the last eight with a solid 2-1 victory... More ››

June 18, 2012
saudi

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s elderly king led funeral prayers yesterday for his heir, Crown Prince Nayef, whose death forces him... More ››

June 18, 2012
COMMENT
PTPTN

It is downright inhumane that in the debate over the PTPTN issue, one side resorted to temporarily freezing the... More ››

June 18, 2012
dew

STOCKHOLM: A US Air Force deserter who has lived secretly in Sweden since 1984 has revealed his identity and... More ››

June 18, 2012
islam

CAIRO: Egypt’s Islamists claimed a narrow lead today in vote-counting for the presidential election but the generals who have... More ››

June 18, 2012
holla

PARIS: French President Francois Hollande’s Socialists won a resounding parliamentary majority yesterday, strengthening his hand as he presses euro... More ››

June 18, 2012
rod

LOS ANGELES: Rodney King, the black man who came to symbolise racial tensions in the United States after his... More ››

June 18, 2012
pro

ATHENS: Parties backing a bailout saving Greece from bankruptcy won a slim parliamentary majority yesterday, beating radical leftists who... More ››

June 18, 2012
plight

TAKEBI (Myanmar): This village in northwest Myanmar has the besieged air of a refugee camp. It is clogged with... More ››

June 18, 2012
taliban

KABUL: India has done well to resist US calls for greater involvement in Afghanistan, the Taliban said in a... More ››

June 18, 2012
clout

WASHINGTON: Events in Egypt, Bahrain and Syria illustrate the limits of US influence in the Middle East following the... More ››

June 18, 2012
fire

ISTANBUL: Thirteen prisoners were killed in a blaze that broke out in a jail in southeast Turkey overnight as... More ››

June 18, 2012

SEOUL: A man who was once imprisoned by South Korea’s former military dictator, Park Chung-hee, said on Sunday he... More ››

June 18, 2012
mali

KIDAL (Mali): The leader of the Ansar Dine Islamic group in northern Mali has rejected any form of independence... More ››

June 18, 2012
tripoli

TRIPOLI: Libya’s government has sent troops to put an end to six days of clashes between rival militias in... More ››

June 18, 2012

FMT LETTER: From Richard Kamalanathan, via e-mail Captain Francis Light  in 1786 made known to the world ‘ The... More ››

June 18, 2012

FMT LETTER: From Zakay A Rehman, via e-mail According to a media report recently, Bumiputera Small & Medium Enterprises... More ››

June 18, 2012

FMT LETTER: From Anas Zubedy, via e-mail What does the keris symbolise? The keris has an extensive historical legacy... More ››

June 18, 2012

FMT LETTER: From Gunasekaran Selvaganesan, via e-mail Much as many Malaysians were thrilled by the 2008 political tsunami that... More ››

June 18, 2012

FMT LETTER: From Upreshpal Singh, via e-mail Many are wondering what enrichment programme Melaka Zoo is running to keep... More ››

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