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91. news | 24 Oct 2013
» A private Malaysian university drew criticism Thursday for conferring an honorary doctorate on North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
92. learning | 11 May 2011
» Soaring oil prices won't change gas guzzling habits if government pays for it. Crippling public debt like Greece's may result.
93. news | 12 Nov 2013
» For centuries, the Malay royal title "Datuk" -- Malaysia's equivalent of "Sir" -- was a high honour that unlocked doors to the elite. But Datuks like K. Basil don't feel so special these days.
94. news | 15 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» SINGAPOREA Malaysian man yesterday became the first convicted drug trafficker to escape the gallows in Singapore following recent legal reforms in the city-state.
95. news | 14 Nov 2013
» Victims of international ATM skimming gangs like Anupol Puwapulpol have no idea how they can guard against the criminals who steal their money, because the thieves always seem to be one step ahead of the police.
96. learning | 02 Oct 2013
» China regulates package tours, Asian Development Bank loans for Dawei industrial development & coal will be more important than natural gas in ASEAN's future.
97. learning | 06 Jun 2011
» A new energy generation technology turns coal into gas and ensures cleaner emissions but is 50% more expensive. However, global warming concerns may soon lower costs.
98. news | 04 Nov 2013
» KUALA LUMPUR - Jobless at 16, and facing the economic marginalisation of many Malaysian Indians, Raju opted for the danger and easy money of life in the notorious "04" criminal gang.
99. multimedia | 18 Oct 2013
» Tear gas and water cannons are unleashed in Chile as thousands of students protest. - REUTERS
100. business | 04 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» Call it the “Great Singapore Sale” or the “Big Crash” — three companies listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX), with some high-profile Malaysian shareholders, have created quite a stir across the causeway.