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The Sunday Times PACIFIC AREA NEWSPAPER OF THE YEAR •68 Pages in four parts mita (P) 032/0.3/2003 wm A Singapore Press Holdings publication OO cents

US troops enter the heart of Baghdad [ARTICLE]

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US troops enter the heart of Baghdad IRENE HOE By ASSISTWT KOITOR LET ME POKE YOU IN THE EYE BECAUSE WE CAN AND YOU CANT DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT.' ♦Iraq denies it has lost ground ♦Republican Guard HQ taken ♦Airport clashes continue AMERICAN troops claim they have gone deep into

Sars: School closures extended [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sars: School closures extended SANDRA DAVIE By KDUCATIONCORRF.SPONDKNT IT'S BACK TO CLASS 0N... April 9 for junior colleges and centralised institutes April 14 for secondary schools April 16 for pre-schools and primary schools We now know more about Sars and how to protect ourselves from it. This allows us to

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WHAT BIG MATCH?; Manchester United crushes Liverpool 4-0 in Premier League showdown page 38 8 887i8r'i0000c' The Straits Times interactive: http://straitstimes.asial.com.sg is liable from 6 am. M~Jr*~9 t^iPF \1 Ml x *«io* p-.. !fi\r-t '^wWr'-: tfpiMiMHHI Enjoy the journey with the credr card that takes you further Sign up for

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If you have queries about schools' reopening, call tlu Ministry of Education 's Customer Sen ice Centre hotline on 6H7 2-2220 between 9 am and 6 pm today Or you can go to the website: http I I www moe .gov.sg

NEWS FLASH

HOME [ARTICLE]

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HOME COUPLE A HIT WITH THE INHCROWD IT OPENED five months ago, but the InnCrowd in Little India is full almost every night and has bookings till August. The hostel for backpackers charges $18 a night for a bed in an air-conditioned dormitory. This includes use of a living room,

SUNDAY LIFE! [ARTICLE]

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SUNDAY LIFE! HEART-RATE DERATE THOSE target heart-rates on the treadmill that tell if your workout is intense enough to burn fat and build a healthy heart are irrelevant and have no scientific foundation, say experts. The maximum heart-rate formula 220 minus your age works on the principle that everyone is

HOME [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HOME Desker Road is hot property at auction A TOTAL of 3,400 old black-and-white street signs are being auctioned off online by the Community Chest and the Land Transport Authority. The proceeds will be used to help subsidise transportation costs for children with special needs. So far, 377 people are

REVIEW [ARTICLE]

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REVIEW Carlo Urbani, medical hero HEALTH-CARE workers around the world may owe their lives to Dr Carlo Urbani: The Italian infectious-disease specialist was the first to recognise the seriousness of severe acute respiratory syndrome. The 46-year-old also put a face to the disease. But all that did not stop the

MONEY [ARTICLE]

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MONEY PIONEER WAV TO MAKE MONEY THIRTEEN years ago, Mr Robin Ting quit his family's business to start his own, designing and fabricating equipment for oil-rig owners in Vietnam, a country considered highly risky. It took him three years before he landed his first Vietnam deal. After that, business improved

ASIA [ARTICLE]

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ASIA BUSINESS BLOOMS IN BEIJING SINGAPOREAN Kent Tan is making about 5O,O»>O yuan (S$11,OOO) a month in Beijing designing flower arrangements. The 42-year-old, who opened his business there last July, says most of his customers are local. Being a foreigner has helped, he says. "Rightly or not, the locals think

SPORTS [ARTICLE]

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SPORTS MAN U THRASHES LIVERPOOL THE Red Devils went on a rampage last night when they met Liverpool at Old TrafFord, and came out winners by a score of 4-0. It was a courageous performance even though they were playing against a Liverpool team that was down to 10 men

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MAIN Sars outbreak 3-6 Iraq war 8-16 China 17 S-F Asia 18 Malaysia 19.20 Weather 20 HOME/ MONEY/ SPORTS Home 21-26 Money 27 Family M0ney... 28 Review 29-32 Editorial 30 Sports 34-38 SUNLJFE! Cover stay LI. L3 Books 1,2 Column 1.4 Bollywood L5 Humour L5 Health L6 Sex Matters L6

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SARS OUTBREAK

21 SGH staff down with fever [ARTICLE]

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21 SGH staff down with fever DOMINIC NATHAN By 1)1 It n \K\\s I 1)1 l()l< ♦Attempt to trace source ♦Tighter visit rules ♦Fears containment breached TWENTY" nurses and one doctor from Singapore General Hospital have been warded at Tan Took Seng Hospital as suspected Sars patients, sparking concerns that

Patient broke quarantine rules [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Patient broke quarantine rules THERESA TAN Hi, IF IT IS CONFIRMED AS SARS, WE WILL HAVE TO MAKE AN ASSESSMENT ON HOW WELL WE HAVE CONTAINED IT TO THE TWO WARDS AND STAFF WHO ARE ALREADY ILL, REFORE A MORE AGGRESSIVE STRATEGY is considered: Prof Tan lioi h linan. on

'Nurses don't deserve this' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Nurses don't deserve this' TRACT QUEK KRIST BOO By and THEY ARE RISKING THEIR LIVES, AND WE NEED TO DO ONLY LITTLE THINGS. WHAT'S SO HARD ABOUT THAT?' Cabby Tan Eng Heng, asking that Singaporeans stop shunning nurses NEXT TIME YOU SEE A NURSE... ..go up to her and thank

Many in HK break tradition because of Sars scare [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Many in HK break tradition because of Sars scare MARY KWANG By HONCkONCCORKKSHONDKVr Many Hongkongers will not be visiting cemeteries on the mainland during the Qing Ming festival, as death toll hits 20 THOUSANDS of Hongkongers broke tradition and kept away from visiting local cemeteries and graveyards on the mainland

MALAYSIA: Official confirmation of first death [ARTICLE]

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MALAYSIA: Official confirmation of first death LESLIE LAU In MM A l.l'MPl'K MALAYSIA declared its first severe acute respiratory syndrome death yesterday, confirming speculation that a 64--year-old died last week from the flu-like virus which has caused widespread concern. Health officials said the man from Jerantut, Pahang, who died in

MAINLAND CHINA: Chlamydia arrowed as culprit [ARTICLE]

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MAINLAND CHINA: Chlamydia arrowed as culprit JASON LEOW Bu CIUS OHKI SPOSDKST BEIJING Chinese experts believe a chlamydia-like organism could be the "prime culprit" of Sars, but the World Health Organisation (WHO) says onlv further research can prove chlamydia is responsible for the contagion. The China Daily yesterday quoted doctors

N. AMERICA: Canada cases up; US sets quarantine order [ARTICLE]

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N. AMERICA: Canada cases up; US sets quarantine order ATIANTA Severe acute respiratory syndrome worries are plaguing North America, with United States President George VV. Bush authorising the quarantine of victims to prevent its spread, and almost 200 possible cases in Canada. In an executive order on Friday, Mr Bush

IN SHORT

KL FREEZES STUDENT RECRUITMENT [ARTICLE]

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KL FREEZES STUDENT RECRUITMENT PRIVATE schools and colleges in Malaysia have been asked to temporarily stop recruiting students from six countries badly affected by Sars. The countries and regions on the alert list of the Malaysian authorities are China. Hongkong, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam and Canada. Bernama

3 MORE ADMITTED TO INDONESIAN HOSPITAL [ARTICLE]

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3 MORE ADMITTED TO INDONESIAN HOSPITAL THREE more people in Indonesia were admitted to the Dr Sulianto Saroso Infectious Disease Hospital at Sunter, north of Jakarta, yesterday for suspected severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars). "All the patients, two men and a woman, had returned from Sars-hit countries or work in

POSSIBLE CASE IN SRI LANKA [ARTICLE]

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POSSIBLE CASE IN SRI LANKA A SUSPECTED case of Sars may have been found in Sri Lanka, said a member of Bandaranaike International Airport's medical unit. An airline crew member from the Philippines, who flew into Colombo earlier today, was suspected of having symptoms, said the unit's spokesman. AFP

3 SUSPECTED CASES ON QANTAS FLIGHT [ARTICLE]

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3 SUSPECTED CASES ON QANTAS FLIGHT QANTAS staff are trying to contact 310 passengers who were on a flight from Los Angeles to Melbourne with three children suspected of having Sars, the airline said yesterday. Staff be^an telephoning passengers on flight QFO94 to warn them to watch out for rptoms

S'POREAN TOURIST SENT HOME FROM THAILAND [ARTICLE]

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S'POREAN TOURIST SENT HOME FROM THAILAND A SINGAPOREAN passenger on a tourist bus that crossed into Thailand's Songkhla province from Malaysia on Friday, was sent home after coming down with suspected symptoms of Sars, the Bangkok Post reported yesterday. Sadao district checkpoint chief Surin Palarae said health authorities discovered the

BUSH SENIOR CANCELS SHANGHAI VISIT [ARTICLE]

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BUSH SENIOR CANCELS SHANGHAI VISIT FORMER United States president George Bush has cancelled a scheduled visit to Shanghai to attend an environmental forum, a Chinese official said yesterday. The official, however, refused to confirm that Mr Bush's absence was due to the travel warnings over the worldwide outbreak of Sars.

DON! RETURN TO BRITAIN, PUPILS TOLD [ARTICLE]

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DON! RETURN TO BRITAIN, PUPILS TOLD ALFRED LEE THOUSANDS of British boarding school pupils from China and Hongkong, who have gone home for the Easter holidays, have been told not to return to Britain until after the Sars outbreak is contained. If thev do go back to Britain, they face

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KNOWING SAKS TO FIGHT IT TOGETHER There is no need for undue alarm as but do not have any symptoms have been if you have not travelled to the affected there is no evidence at present of the quarantined at home. countries or have not come into contact spread of

IRAQ WAR UNCONVENTIONAL FORCE

DAY 17 [ARTICLE]

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DAY 17 Ii:/:V^V/:V4 Saturday, April 5 8.20 am: Seven civilians, including three children, died when US marines fired at two lorries that refused to stop at a checkpoint south of Baghdad. Noon: US military says two US pilots were killed when their helicopter crashed in central Iraq. 4 pm: US

Saddam's 'men in black' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Saddam's 'men in black' DERWIN PEREIRA Spotted in Baghdad for first time: IN kl WAIT A DAY after Iraq threatened to resort to "non-convention-al" warfare, President Saddam Hussein's "men in black" showed their hand. The gun-toting, fanatical Fedayeen militia, in their distinctive black uniforms, were seen on the streets of

Women bombers [ARTICLE]

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Women bombers DOHA (Qatar) Two women suicide bombers carried out the attack which killed three American soldiers at a checkpoint north-west of Baghdad on Thursday, according to Iraq's official news agency. A pregnant woman who ran from the car just before the explosion died in the blast as did the

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IRAQ WAR BATTLE FOR CAPITAL

TAKING BAGHDAD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TAKING BAGHDAD BAROMETER The 9O V OOO American troops inside Iraq drink an average of I«sm litres of water a day The US military last week shipped to the Gulf 13m ready-to-eat meals for the troops 30 US tanks pushed into central Baghdad yesterday US forces in Baghdad yesterday destroyed

CAPITAL SURPRISE [ARTICLE]

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CAPITAL SURPRISE MICHAEL HO ARE in Residents are caught off guard when American troops arrive at the city BAGHDAD residents bracing themselves for a traditional siege were caught on the hop when the military might of the US-led coalition finally came to town. A bullet fired through the lock on

US forces keen to avoid a long siege [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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US forces keen to avoid a long siege WILLIAM CHOONG By' AS AMERICAN armoured units bore down into the heart of Baghdad yesterday, their commanders might well have been heeding the advice of famed Chinese strategist Sun Tzu. He had argued 2,400 years ago that besieging cities was the "worst

We are firmly in control: Iraq [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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We are firmly in control: Iraq Iraqi minister says his forces have recaptured Baghdad airport but the US Army says it is already in the heart of the capital BAGHDAD The dissonance was jarring. Despite photographs showing US tanks parked on the runway, Iraqi Information Minister Mohammed Said al-Sahaf yesterday

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IRAQ WAR CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE

PAWNS IN A CONFLICT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PAWNS IN A CONFLICT TEE HUN CHING Trapped between a cruel regime and Western forces, Iraqi civilians have become pawns in a war where no end is yet in sight, used by both sides to score political points, reports SOUNDBITES "What we are seeing here is an attempt bv the

Tide turns for the coalition [ARTICLE]

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Tide turns for the coalition SUSAN LONG By WEEK WHAT a difference a week makes. Week two in the war against Iraq saw the tide turn in favour of the US-led coalition. The last leg of the dash to Baghdad saw the earlier uncertainties make way for a frenzied spurt

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IRAQ WAR THE SADDAM TAPES

Who's that man? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Who's that man? SUMIKO TAN Bu The Iraqi leader's appearances twice within a day on national TV have analysts musing if he is alive SADDAM watchers went into overdrive on Friday night after Iraqi satellite TV 7 showed an apparently healthy Iraqi President at a walkabout in Baghdad. Flanked by

Bodies found in Iraqi military base [ARTICLE]

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Bodies found in Iraqi military base LONDON Hundreds of human remains were discovered yesterday by British soldiers in a makeshift morgue in southern Iraq, according to reports here. The remains, including bundles of bone in strips of military uniform, were found by British officers in an abandoned Iraqi military base

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IRAQ WAR REACTIONS

S'poreans' views on the war harden [ARTICLE]

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S'poreans' views on the war harden SUE-ANN CHIA NEO HUI MIN KAREN WONG LAUREL TEO Reports by AND Concerns over terror, economy THEY fear reprisal attacks by terrorists or others, and some worry the Iraq war may escalate into a broader conflict and turn into a "clash of civilisations". Singaporeans

THE WAR ROOM

Marines digging up 'chemical arms cache' [ARTICLE]

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Marines digging up 'chemical arms cache' AZIZIYAH US Marines were digging up a suspected chemical weapons hiding place in a school courtyard south-east of Baghdad yesterday. The Marines said a man who described himself as a former member of the Iraqi special forces told them that groups of Iraqi men

American commander relieved of duty [ARTICLE]

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American commander relieved of duty CAMP AS SALIYAH (Q^tar) US Central Command yesterday confirmed that a US commander had been relieved of his duty. Major-General Vincent Renuart said in Qatar that he respected the decision made in the field and offered no further details. Colonel Joe Dowdy, commander of the

Tattoos, nice feet point to Fedayeen [ARTICLE]

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Tattoos, nice feet point to Fedayeen CENTRAL IRAQ How does one spot a Fedayeen member? US Marines are looking out for neat haircuts, tattoos and feet in good condition, CNN reports. US Marine Corporal Jim Tomlin, who has interviewed hundreds of Iraqis for possible military ties over the past two

Republican Guards' strength 'down to 30%' [ARTICLE]

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Republican Guards' strength 'down to 30%' BAGHDAD The United States military believes the Republican Guard is down to 30 per cent of its strength. If previous estimates of 70,000 soldiers are correct, this would mean that these elite forces now number no more than around 21,000, said a CNN report.

Polls show growing support for war [ARTICLE]

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Polls show growing support for war WASHINGTON Two US newspaper polls published yesterday indicate that support for the US-led invasion of Iraq is growing, and that for most of those questioned, the operation will have been justified even if no weapons of mass destruction are found. According to a poll

US troops move closer to seizing key oil cities [ARTICLE]

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US troops move closer to seizing key oil cities SULAYMANIYA American forces moved closer yesterday to capturing Iraq's two key northern oil cities of Kirkuk and Mosul. Kurdish military sources said yesterday US special forces and Iraqi Kurd rebels have cut off the southern exits from Kirkuk, and are operating

US jets on 24-hour alert over Baghdad [ARTICLE]

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US jets on 24-hour alert over Baghdad WASHINGTON US attack jets and unmanned spy planes went on 24-hour alert over Baghdad yesterday to support American troops in what could become bloody urban combat, the commander of the air war against Iraq said. US Air Force Lt-General Michael "Buzz" Moseley told

Death of US woman soldier confirmed [ARTICLE]

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Death of US woman soldier confirmed WASHINGTON The Pentagon has confirmed the first combat death of an American woman in the war Private First Class Lori Ann Piestewa, 23. She is one of eight soldiers ambushed in Iraq last month who have been identified as killed in action. US soldier

Differences over how to rule Iraq [ARTICLE]

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Differences over how to rule Iraq WASHINGTON Apparent differences of opinion have emerged within the Bush administration over Iraq's future. US Secretary of State Colin Powell said in an interview published yesterday that Iraq should be ruled by its own people. His remarks seemed to contradict US National Security Adviser

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CHINA

Floral designer's career coming up roses in Beijing [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Floral designer's career coming up roses in Beijing In the 2nd part of an occasional series, Successful Singaporeans in China, correspondent JASON LEOW xpeaks to Kent Tan, on how his flower arranging career blossomed in Beijing BEIJING A passion for flowers and a "gut feel" that Beijing was ready for

40 layers of red tape just for go-ahead to sell eggs [ARTICLE]

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40 layers of red tape just for go-ahead to sell eggs Too many rural rules 'All these tedious procedures might seem reasonable ...but they are hampering the farmers from striking out on their own. Mr Sun Dawu, the managing director of the Dawu Agricultural Group Bureaucracy choking rural ventures, says

Airbus signs $59m deal to make plane parts in China [ARTICLE]

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Airbus signs $59m deal to make plane parts in China BEIJING Europe's Airbus Industries has signed a US$33-mil-lion (Sss9-million) deal with China's Chengdu Aircraft Corp for the production of three plane parts, state press reported yesterday. The package involves the production of single-aisle nose landing gear bays, sin-gle-aisle aircraft frames

ASIA FILE

U.S.-NORTH KOREA TALKS HELD LAST WEEK [ARTICLE]

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U.S.-NORTH KOREA TALKS HELD LAST WEEK THE United Slates held working-level talks with North Korea last week for the first time since the nuclear crisis broke out on the Korean peninsula last October, Kvodo news agency said yesterday. The agency said the talks on the nuclear issue took place in

SMUGGLED OIL PRODUCTS SEIZED [ARTICLE]

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SMUGGLED OIL PRODUCTS SEIZED POLICE in southern China seized SO tonnes of oil products and eight boats in their first raid in a two-month crackdown on oil smugglers. Eleven cases of alleged smuggling were uncovered in the raid, which took place on Wednesday and Thursday in the southern Guangdong province,

THREE GORGES AIRPORT TO OPEN NEXT MONTH [ARTICLE]

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THREE GORGES AIRPORT TO OPEN NEXT MONTH THE first airport in China's Three Gorges area will be operational later next month after trial runs are done, local civil aviation officials said yesterday. The opening of Wuqiao Airport, in Wan/.hou district, is expected to boost tourism and create business opportunities along

CARGO SHIP SINKS OFF HAINAN ISLAND [ARTICLE]

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CARGO SHIP SINKS OFF HAINAN ISLAND A CARGO ship sank in the South China Sea off China's southern island of Hainan, hut all 41 people ahoard were transferred to other vessels without injury, a local official said yesterday. Xinhua

60 DIE AFTER BOAT CAPSIZES [ARTICLE]

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60 DIE AFTER BOAT CAPSIZES AT LEAST 60 people are dead and several more are missing after a boat earning workmen and their families capsized on a river in Bangladesh, officials said yesterday. The boat collided with a cargo vessel and capsized in the river Surma. AFP

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SOUTH-EAST ASIA

Uproar over secret shots of actresses in the buff [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Uproar over secret shots of actresses in the buff DEVI ASMARANI Ba I UK STRAiTS TIMKS INDONKSI BUREA! No safe place We thought the bathroom was the most private place, but it turned out that even that is not safe. I'm traumatised now. Actress Sarah Azhari The film, selling like

Bomb blasts kill two, injure 13 in southern Philippines [ARTICLE]

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Bomb blasts kill two, injure 13 in southern Philippines COTABATO Separate bomb attacks yesterday killed two people and injured 13 others, including a town mayor, capping a week of deadly blasts in the southern Philippines, the military said. A bomb exploded in front of an electrical goods shop in Tacurong

BOMBINGS: 'Bid to derail talks' [ARTICLE]

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BOMBINGS: 'Bid to derail talks' MANILA A Muslim separatist group has said that the bomb attacks at a wharf and mosques in Davao City this week were "clear" attempts to sabotage peace talks between the group and the government. In a statement, the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) said: 'We

Militia leader jailed 12 years for Timor Leste crimes [ARTICLE]

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Militia leader jailed 12 years for Timor Leste crimes DILI A TIMOR LESTE court yesterday sentenced a senior militia leader to 12 years in prison for crimes against humanity committed during the country's break from Indonesia in 1999Jose Cardosa Fereira was found guilty of murder, rape and torture against then

Hanoi blasts US Bill on Viet human rights [ARTICLE]

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Hanoi blasts US Bill on Viet human rights HANOI Vietnam has denounced the United States for reintroducing a Bill in Congress that would call on Hanoi to improve human rights, saying the initiative would harm warming relations between the two former foes. The Vietnam Human Rights Act would require a

REGIONAL FILE

3 EX-BANKERS GUILTY OF ABUSE OF POWER [ARTICLE]

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3 EX-BANKERS GUILTY OF ABUSE OF POWER AN INDONESIAN court has found three former central bank directors guilty of abuse of power over billions of dollars of liquidity credit issued at the height of the 1997-9* Asian financial crisis. But the central bank, Bank Indonesia, later said the three had

TWO ABU SAYYAF BANDITS KILLED [ARTICLE]

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TWO ABU SAYYAF BANDITS KILLED TWO members of the Abu Sayyaf Muslim kidnapping group were slain by elite Scout Rangers in a clash in the southern island of Jolo, the local military- commander said in Zamboanga yesterday. Newly trained Scout Rangers were on a test mission near Talipao town 930

PHILIPPINE VOLCANO SPEWS ASH AND STEAM [ARTICLE]

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PHILIPPINE VOLCANO SPEWS ASH AND STEAM THE May on volcano in the central Philippines spewed ash and steam yesterday, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said. A minor explosion of the 2,642-m May on occurred at around 6 am, sending an ash column as high as 1.5 km above

PROTESTER STILL IN BRITISH EMBASSY [ARTICLE]

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PROTESTER STILL IN BRITISH EMBASSY A DEMONSTRATOR, who sought refuge inside the British embassy in the Myanmar capital after authorities tried to arrest him, remained there yesterday, a source close to the British embassy said. The protester said he did not represent any political party, the source added.

ON PAPUA REBEL GROUP [ARTICLE]

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ON PAPUA REBEL GROUP INDONESIAN Army Chief of Staff General Rvamizard Ryacudu has ordered the military forces in Papua to quell the separatist Free Papua Movement, blamed for a bloody raid on a military arsenal earlv on Friday. The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network AFP

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MALAYSIA

Seethe Acropolis or a Spanish village — in Pahang [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Seethe Acropolis or a Spanish village in Pahang REME AHMAD ft, 1\ klAl \1 I MPIR 'WE DON'T INTEND TO BE ANOTHER GENTING. WE WANT TO BE A RESORT THAT LETS FAMILIES GET MORE INTO NATURE AND ABSORB THE DIFFERENT CULTURES/ Miss Teh Ming Wah, general manager of Buldt Tinggi

Resorts in competition [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Resorts in competition Reme Ahmad THE Bukit Tinggi Resort, is located close to the Genting Highlands resort. A car travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Kuantan using the Karak highway will first pass the exit to Genting. Some 10 minutes later is the exit to Bukit Tinggi. The two mountain destinations

MALAYSIA FILE

KELANTAN HAS MOST AID RECIPIENTS [ARTICLE]

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KELANTAN HAS MOST AID RECIPIENTS KELANTAN has the highest number of recipients of poverty aid and subsidy in the country, forcing the federal government to provide an allocation bigger than other states each year, said the National Economic Action Council. Its chief executive Mustapa Mohamed said yesterdav: "In Kelantan, many

STRATEGIES TO MANAGE AGEING POPULATION [ARTICLE]

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STRATEGIES TO MANAGE AGEING POPULATION THE government will formulate effective strategies to manage the growing population of senior citizens, National Unity and Social Development Minister Siti Zaharah Sulaiman said. Among the strategies are plans to reduce the number of older people living in welfare homes and encourage their families to

FIVE FAMILY MEMBERS DE IN ROAD COLLISION [ARTICLE]

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FIVE FAMILY MEMBERS DE IN ROAD COLLISION FIVE members of a family, including two children, were killed when the car they were travelling in collided with a small truck in Kelantan. Three other family mem- bers in the car were seriously injured. The victims were on their way to a

POST OFFICE LOSES $8,000 TO THIEVES [ARTICLE]

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POST OFFICE LOSES $8,000 TO THIEVES THIEVES broke into a post office in Malacca on Friday night, unlocked the safe using an electric drill and made off with RM17,000 (S$8,OOO). The burglars managed to give police the slip despite the alarm in the premises being activated twice. Each time a

62 PUPILS ILL FROM EATING CANTEEN FOOD [ARTICLE]

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62 PUPILS ILL FROM EATING CANTEEN FOOD SIXTY-TWO pupils from Ilwa Lian Chinese School in Selangor were rushed to the Seremban Hospital on Friday after they came down with food poisoning. It was learnt that the affected pupils, who were under the Education Ministry's Additional Food Scheme, started to vomit

Varsity fees 'set to rise' if KL cuts heavy subsidies [ARTICLE]

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Varsity fees 'set to rise' if KL cuts heavy subsidies KUALA LUMPUR Public universities may have to resort to raising tuition fees to meet an income shortfall if the government reduces their subsidies to force them to source for their own funds. Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) vice-chancellor Anuwar Ali said

Cop photographed me urinating, claims woman [ARTICLE]

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Cop photographed me urinating, claims woman KUALA LUMPUR A 26--year-old woman employee of a nub, detained by police and Islamic religious officers, said she had to suffer the humiliation of being photographed semi-naked while urinating in a police truck. What made it even worse was that the photographs were allegedly

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I was pushed by someone, says boy in 16-storey fall [ARTICLE]

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I was pushed by someone, says boy in 16-storey fall PENANG A 14-year-old schoolboy, who survived miraculously after falling from the 16th floor of a private apartment block on Thursday, claimed that someone had pushed him from behind. Thanking God that he was still alive, partially blind S. Radhakrishna said

A peek into Perak's royal house of horrors [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A peek into Perak's royal house of horrors 'ONE NIGHT, SHE SAN THE PRINCE SITTING IN A YOGA POSITION, FACING A WINDOW OVERLOOKING THE STAFF QUARTERS IN THE DARK.' Tengku Ari.sions.jali. testifying that Raja Jaafar's (above) first wile, Raja Mai Laiii had recounted the prince's strange behaviour 'SHE VOMITED BLOOD,

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Cosy hostel that's just like home... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Cosy hostel that's just like home... TRACY QUEK 111. THE LIVING ROOM THE KITCHEN THE BEDROOM Cheap yet comfy, hostel in Little India is becoming a hot draw among backpackers who praise its family-style facilities BACKPACKERS staying at this hostel nay a mere $18 a night for a dormitory bed,

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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REMINDER OF A TORRID PAST 'Singapore is beautiful, clean and is such a good place; so, if s pretty amazing that such a place with a torrid past still exists. —Mr Michael Sarosiak, 43, who has bid 1 10 for the sign for "Desker Road", a former red-light area, in

SPH Media Works names senior team to help TV arm grow [ARTICLE]

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SPH Media Works names senior team to help TV arm grow ■SH MediaWorks yesterday ■BDued the five senior execupcs who will be assisting ftj^V'-appointed executive diKrtor Wee Leong How in •imaging the broadcasting j^An announcement by par--4fcst Company Singapore Press ladings (SPH), said the ;ipjpj^fcojtments will take effect to*^Of the

For old folk here, a surprise Santa... from India [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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For old folk here, a surprise Santa... from India WONG SHER MAENE S!L TIME TO PAY BACK... 'My conviction is that having got a fair deal from life and society when I was young, I should pay back in some way by making other people's lives better. A DREAMER I'M

DPM Tan leaves for visit to US [ARTICLE]

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DPM Tan leaves for visit to US DEPUTY Prime Minister and Defence Minister Tony Tan leaves Shigapore today for an official visit to the Uriked States. He is going there Jo inaugurate the Republic of Singapore Air Force's (RSAF) Peace Vanguard detachment in Fort Marana, Arizona. Under the Peace Vanguard

$39,000 worth of party dings seized in 2-day bust [ARTICLE]

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$39,000 worth of party dings seized in 2-day bust NARCOTICS officers have busted a syndicate that supplied party drugs like Ecstasy and ketamine to Geylang and the central areas of Singapore. The Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) made eight arrests and seized drugs with a street value of more than $39,000

CASE FILE

MAN DIES AFTER VAN HITS HIS CAR [ARTICLE]

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MAN DIES AFTER VAN HITS HIS CAR A SALES assistant, 24, died after a van, whose driver is believed to have lost control of the vehicle, slammed into his car at the Paya Lebar exit of the Pan-Island Expressway. The accident took place at 4.44 am yesterday. The car ran

CLEMENT! FLAT BURGLED [ARTICLE]

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CLEMENT! FLAT BURGLED A 45-YEAR-OLD man returned to his flat at Block 731, Clementi West Street 2, at 12.45 am on Friday, to find that the sliding window facing the common corridor had been removed and set aside. The man found that $150 in cash and some of his valuables

ELDERLY WOMAN ROBBED IN LIFT [ARTICLE]

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ELDERLY WOMAN ROBBED IN LIFT A 74-YEAR-OLD housewife was robbed at knifepoint in the lift of Block 212, Tampines Street 23, on Friday. A man got into the lift with her at 2.15 pm, whipped out a kitchen knife and snatched the gold chain, worth about $500, that she was

A sign with your name is worth... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A sign with your name is worth... ARLINA ARSHAD By UP YOUR STREET? Hot favourites (as at 11 am yesterday) Road name Bids i Top bid Prince Charles Cres 17 $200 Margaret Dr 12 $191 Queen St 8 $118 Bras Basah Rd 7 $62 Kay Poh Rd 7 $140 Rebecca

From boys to men — and Sword of Honour winners [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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From boys to men and Sword of Honour winners TWO cadets from the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) were feted yesterday as they received Sword of Honour awards for topping their cohort. The 390 members of their cohort were from the army, air force and Royal Brunei Armed Forces. Both youngsters

At 77, JBJ isn't ready to give up politics yet [ARTICLE]

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At 77, JBJ isn't ready to give up politics yet THE son spoke of his father's tenacity. And true to form, the father veteran politician T.B. Jeyaretnam indicated last night that he was not about to leave the political scene here just yet. Despite spending about three decades in opposition

Woman sneaked into S'pore to steal and cheat [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Woman sneaked into S'pore to steal and cheat SELINA LUM *L Part of an Indonesian syndicate, she is jailed for stealing credit cards to make over $68,000 of fraudulent purchases MEMBERS of an Indonesian syndicate often sneaked into Singapore by boat to steal credit cards and use them to buy

PRAYING FOR SARS TO GO AWAY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PRAYING FOR SARS TO GO AWAY JAMES CBOUCHER Hindu high priest Sri N. Balachander Sivachariar (right) blessed ninety-year-old Buddhist Tan Yat during a combined Hindu-Buddhist ceremony at Serangoon Road yesterday. About 300 people turned up for the purification prayers, to free the world of Sars, led by high priests from

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Cll V R 1 M From India With Love Retired journalist Ravi C 'haw la turned Santa Claus, bearing gifts for old folk here. pagem S^^^l wm fBzL. m^Qfr' "~^kmm\ CRI M E Credit Card Cheat Jailed Indonesian used stolen cards to make purchases of over $68,000. pu;e26 B I

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CEO pay in US falls... but not all bosses share pain [ARTICLE]

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CEO pay in US falls... but not all bosses share pain One CEO took USsl. Bm pay cut, but some corporate chiefs at firms with plunging stock prices still got big pay packets SENIOR executive pay, a hot issue in Singapore as well as the United States, has fallen in

Tech stocks dip with war gloom [ARTICLE]

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Tech stocks dip with war gloom NEW YORK Blue chips scraped out modest gains on Friday as United States-led forces closed in on Baghdad. However, technology stocks slumped under the weight of earnings warnings from companies like software maker PeopleSoft. PeopleSoft sank almost 13 per cent to a low of

Prudential CEO at 34, he gave it up to chase dream [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Prudential CEO at 34, he gave it up to chase dream LEONG CHAN TEIK lh, YOU'RE HIRED: How SHL put him to the test HOW Mr Tan Suee Chieh got hired by SHL Group sheds light on the human resource practices that the firm tries to sell to its clients.

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DAYEN VENTURES INTO CHINA WATERS [ARTICLE]

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DAYEN VENTURES INTO CHINA WATERS DAYEN Environmental has signed a memorandum of understanding with a division of a China state-owned conglomerate to form a joint venture. Dayen will hold 51 per cent of the venture, which will enhance the prospects of it and its partner SAC General Products Industry in

HYFLUX, STAMFORD HEAD FOR MAINBOARD [ARTICLE]

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HYFLUX, STAMFORD HEAD FOR MAINBOARD TWO years after it was listed on Sesdaq, water-treatment specialist Hyflux has received the Singapore Exchange's nod for a listing on the mainboard. Another Sesdaq-listed company heading for the mainboard is Stamford Tyres. It distributes tyres internationally.

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Making good money by being a pioneer [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Making good money by being a pioneer 'Being a pioneer that's one way you can make good money. Mr Robin Ting 'There are problems, inefficiencies... but come in with eyes open. There are opportunities. PM Goh, during a visit to Vietnam last month Steady demand a plus but not reliance

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POT SHOTS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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POT SHOTS Cheong Suk-Wai's take on the week's news Come, fly with me: lite allied forces wrest Saddam International Airport from Iraqi hands, renaming it Baghdad International Airport Well. Iraijis need not worry about catching Sars then Promo bo ho*: Thespians here shamelessly plug their upcoming plays at Singapore's annual

WHO doctor Carlo Urbani warned the public of Sars but succumbed to the virus in a Bangkok hospital [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WHO doctor Carlo Urbani warned the public of Sars but succumbed to the virus in a Bangkok hospital 'HE WASN'T PARTICUURLY SICK HE WASN'T SHORT OF HEATH, WASN'T coughing. mostly he had a nt of fever, and he was scared he would get worse: 'IT IS HARD PICKING APART THE

The Sunday Times

Limit to closure [ARTICLE]

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Limit to closure THE Education and Health ministers are not to be envied for the tough call they had to make to keep schools closed until the Sars outbreak spends itself. Six hundred thousand students were to have returned to classes tomorrow after an enforced break of 11 days. Although

Have a heart, bosses [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Have a heart, bosses Tammy Tan THE WAY I SEE IT "NOT happy? Then I suggest you better look for another job. That "friendly" piece of advice was dished out to a close friend recently not by another friend, but by his boss. Such a cavalier attitude, sadly, is not

Brothel raider gets fan mail [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Brothel raider gets fan mail Brendan Pereira CORRESPONDENT'S NOTEBOOK 1 really worry about Aids. Husbands may transmit it to their wives. Prostitution has become too rampant/ Datuk Seri Mohamed Khir OF THE countless ideas that Datuk Seri Mohamed Khir Toyo has thrown up during his three years as the chief

Did They Really Say That? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Did They Really Say That? 44I'm still under the influence of hieh-powered Pharmaceuticals. If it turns out the show goes great, I've still gst the guy's number. Talk show host David Letterman, who returned to TV after five weeks' sick leave with shingles **It not only generates money, but it

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Catching the India fever [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Catching the India fever Lydia Lim Ten years ago, PM Goh announced his plan to spark a 'mild India fever among Singapore businessmen. This week, he goes to New Delhi for talks on boosting economic cooperation. Review speaks to some who have caught the 'fever' Different strokes 'Even though it's

Why it's customary to pay taxes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Why it's customary to pay taxes Tanadas Devan RDS PRIMP: Minister Goh Chok Tong spoke recently in Tokyo of his hopes for an East Asia Free Trade Area (Efta). "When East Asian economies are interdependent and intertwined thev will have a shared future. This sense of a common future, of

Boomtown Bintan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Boomtown Bintan Mafoot Simon A decade later... TEN years ago, works began to turn a 4,000-ha of land on the prawn-shaped island of Bintan, 50 km from Singapore, into yet another industrial estate similar to the Batam Industrial Park. Called the Bintan Industrial Estate (left), it is one of three

Enter Sumatra's nine 'saints' [ARTICLE]

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Enter Sumatra's nine 'saints' Mafoot Simon IN THE 15th and 16th centuries, a group of Muslim missionaries called the Wali Songo (the Nine Saints) was instrumental in changing the social, political and cultural landscape of Java, spreading Islam in what was once a Hindu empire. The history of the nine

OVERHEARD

A civil-minded protest flag [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A civil-minded protest flag A CALL to the Straits Times newsroom on April Fool's Day told us there was a ear displaying an anti-US flag in its rear window at 30 Hill Street. The address is the former location of the United States Embassy, and now houses the Malaysian High

Put a mask on sick jokes [ARTICLE]

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Put a mask on sick jokes SPEAKING of April Fool, even with Sars in the air, April 1 was just too much to resist for pranksters with a very' sick sense of humour. The operative word being sick (and operative). One too-too clever teenager from a top girls' school apparently

Where's the turbulence? [ARTICLE]

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Where's the turbulence? ON TUESDAY, quoting the Transport Ministry, we reported that Singapore had been elected to the governing l>ody of United Nations' civil aviation agency, a position which will allow it to play a bigger role in formulating international standards and norms of civil aviation. What the ministry didn't

Make that Wild Rice wine [ARTICLE]

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Make that Wild Rice wine EAT, drink and be merry. The theatre community certainly took that axiom to heart with a vengeance on Monday at the 3rd DBS Life! Theatre Awards. Taking advantage of the fact that the ceremony was at The Fullerton Singapore, the cast of Animal Farm, up

Obituaries

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'I am the Resurrection and the Life. Whoever believes in He will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in Me will never die.' John 11:25-26 SEET KIM CHUAN Age: 82 passed away peacefully on 4 April 2003, leaving behind loved ones. Wife: Lim Beng Guat Sons:

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Villeneuve to rivals: You're sissies [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Villeneuve to rivals: You're sissies MOTOR RACING 'I never saw the petition and if had, would not have signed it. People would think that we are just a bunch of sissies/ Jacques Villeneuve (left), on his rivals' petition to cancel Friday's session because of heavy rain SAO PAULO (Brazil) BAR

Iverson keeps Rockets on track [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Iverson keeps Rockets on track BASKETS ALL Sixers star's terrible showing leaves Houston's play-off dream very much alive PHILADELPHIA The season, or at least all the Houston Rockets wanted from it, was rushing away in a tidal wave. The Rockets were awful and the National Basketball Association play-offs seemed a

NBA STANDINGS [ARTICLE]

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Defending champ Russia down 0-2 [ARTICLE]

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Defending champ Russia down 0-2 TENNIS BUENOS AIRES Russia's defence of its first Davis Cup title was crumbling as a dogged Argentina dealt it two heavy body blows on Friday, snatching both opening singles matches on the first day of their quarter-final. The mercurial Marat Safin was sorely missed as

SPORTS FILE

PHELPS FINDS WIN A LETDOWN [ARTICLE]

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PHELPS FINDS WIN A LETDOWN MICHAEL PHELPS felt his 100 metres butterfly victory at USA Swimming's Spring Championships was a bit of a failure, even if it did make him the first man to win titles in three different strokes at a United States national meet. He followed in the

YOUSUF SHOWS THE WAY FOR PAKISTAN [ARTICLE]

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YOUSUF SHOWS THE WAY FOR PAKISTAN YOUSUF YOUHANA hit 64 not out as Pakistan beat World Cup semi-finalist Sri I.anka by seven wickets to move closer to a place in cricket's Shaijah Cup final on Friday. He scored at a rate of about a run a ball as an unbeaten

SORENSTAM LEADS BY TWO STROKES [ARTICLE]

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SORENSTAM LEADS BY TWO STROKES SWEDEN'S Annika Sorenstam opened a two-stroke lead on Friday in the first round of the Office Depot Championship, carding a roller-coaster four-under-par 68 at the El Caballero Country Club. Seeking her first win of the season, the world No 1 played her first 11 holes

MARTIN POWERS HER WAY INTO FINAL [ARTICLE]

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MARTIN POWERS HER WAY INTO FINAL CAMILLA MARTIN of Denmark powered past France's Pi Hongyan yesterday to set up a final meeting against China's Xie Xingfang in the women's singles at the Japan Open badminton tournament in Tokyo. The Dane was in in top form as she ran away with

RE-MATCH IS ON AGAIN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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RE-MATCH IS ON AGAIN THE long-awaited Oscar de la Hova-Shane Mosley boxing rematch is back on, assuming de la Hoya does not stumble in a tune-up bout next month. Promoter Bob Arum said a signed contract was delivered to him on Thursday by Mosley attorney Judd Burstein. Arum, president of

SOSA GETS 500 CAREER HOME RUNS [ARTICLE]

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SOSA GETS 500 CAREER HOME RUNS CHICAGO CUBS' Sammy Sosa became the 18th player to hit 500 career home runs on Friday night, connecting for a solo shot in the Cincinnati Reds' new ball park during their National League game. After getting hit by a pitch, striking out and fixing

At last, Sinchi scores first win [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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At last, Sinchi scores first win SOCCER THREE contenders have emerged for The Straits Times-NTUC Income Team of the Month. Home United led the table in March, unfancied Sembawang Rangers was unbeaten and the S'pore U-23 showed the grit of young Lions. Results in next week's Sundav Times. And Chang

Li's ultimate goal is to play for S'pore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Li's ultimate goal is to play for S'pore MARC LIM Bu A BRAZILIAN, a Croatian and an Englishman have represented Singapore in soccer. Now, a Chinese woman soccer player wants to follow in the footsteps of Egmar Goncalves, Mirko Grabovac and Daniel Bennett. Former Beijing state player Li Jing (left)

HORSE RACING [ARTICLE]

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HORSE RACING SELANGOR 6 APRIL 2003 MEETING RACE 1: CLASS 4 (4) 1200M TIME: 13:15. SS3OOOO RACE 6: CLASS 2 (2) 1600M. TIME: 15:40. XXXXX00 No Horse Nam* Jockey Trainer Bar Rtg Wt No Horse Name Jockey Trainer Bar Rtg Wt I MEGA YUNG App C Goon Winson Liew 6

SELANGOR RACING RESULTS SATURDAY 5 APRIL 2003 [ARTICLE]

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SELANGOR RACING RESULTS SATURDAY 5 APRIL 2003 Race 1 Class 4 (3) 1200m 3 THE FASHION BAY, B Ravichandran I. 8 Super Gymboy. A Cavallo 2. 11 Truly Serious. B Tai 3. Margins Nk x 1 3/4 len Time 111 1 Nos 3. 8. 11 Win $67 Place $22. $22,

SCORES [ARTICLE]

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SCORES BADMINTON Jaaan Oper in Takva, j-fmats Man's sav ftts: Lin Dan bt Kenneth jonassen 15-8 16-17 15 IC Xia Xuanze bt Tautik Hidayat 15 9 17-15 ■aawn's stoat**: Camilla Martin bt Pi Hon qyan 11-3 11-7 Xie Xingfanq bt Wang Chen 11 3 n-0 Nlmo aaahias. s-flaaU: Jens Erik

The sad sight of Rivaldo in decline [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The sad sight of Rivaldo in decline ROB HUGHES ROBONSUXDAY The private man inside Rivaldo is suffering. At home in Brazil, and abroad in either Spain or Italy, he has occasionally referred to not feeling wanted by the family. LAST weekend, standing close to Felipe Scolari in a Portuguese monsoon,

Master of Masters, Woods eyes hat-trick [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Master of Masters, Woods eyes hat-trick GOLF Oldies can still shoot DULUTH (Georgia) Bob Tway and Lee Janzen are in position to win halfway through the BellSouth Classic, a spot neither has been in too often during long losing streaks. American Tway, 43, overcame a three-stroke deficit by shooting the

Els ready to mount challenge at Augusta [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Els ready to mount challenge at Augusta AUGUSTA World No 2 Ernie Els is confident he will be fit for this week's Masters after recovering from a wrist injury. Golf fans across the globe have been worried that one over-exuberant punch will scupper the chance of a genuine challenge developing

Loar leads as young Chanin shines [ARTICLE]

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Loar leads as young Chanin shines BANGKOK American Edward Loar fired a five-under-par 67 yesterday to take a three-shot lead into the final round of the Thailand Open. Singapore's Lam Chih Bing, who shot a 65 on Friday, could manage only a thirdround 72 as he slipped to joint-13th, seven

When repeat failures can be wiped out by one big win [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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When repeat failures can be wiped out by one big win YAP KOON HONG THE SPORTS EDITOR SO, THE Singapore Sports School, which will open in January next year, wants to link up with a super club like Liverpool. That is the best news lately since, well, since the Singapore

One own goal, it's now goal difference [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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One own goal, it's now goal difference SOCCER Arsenal and Man Utd level after Gunners' 1-1 draw at Aston Villa BIRMINGHAM Arsenal's lead at the top of the English Premiership is down to just goal difference after it was held to a 1-1 draw at Aston Villa and Manchester United

PREMIERSHIP WEEKEND [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PREMIERSHIP WEEKEND RESULTS Bolton 2 Man City 0 ManUtd 4 Liverpool 0 Aston Villa 1 Arsenal 1 Charlton 1 Leeds 6 M'brough 3 Westßrom 0 S'hampton 1 West Ham 1 Sunderland 1 Chelsea 2 Tottenham 2 Birmingham 1 TODAY Everton v Newcastle (Live on Ch23, 10.55pm) TOMORROW Fulham v Blackburn

TEAM NEWS [ARTICLE]

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TEAM NEWS EVESTON V NEWCASTLE UNITED: Everton striker Duncan Ferguson could play some part against his former club but Wayne Rooney may be on the bench again despite his inspirational full England debut on Wednesday. Newcastle's Gary Speed (groin injury), Craig Bellamy (knee) and Hugo VI an a are doubtful

Moyes has no choice but to start Rooney [ARTICLE]

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Moyes has no choice but to start Rooney LIVERPOOL When SvenGoran Eriksson told Wayne Rooney he was to make his full England debut on Wednesday, the response was a simple "Ah". It was the second two-let-ter answer that the coach has had in recent weeks. If Alan Shearer had not

FERGIE PLEASED WITH LEAGUE DOUBLE OVER REDS [ARTICLE]

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FERGIE PLEASED WITH LEAGUE DOUBLE OVER REDS MANCHESTER Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson said he felt his team had taken its foot off the pedal in the first half of its 4-0 win yesterday, but that its second penalty put the match beyond Liverpool's reach. "You always want to kill

Fergie wants to keep Beckham – or does he? [ARTICLE]

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Fergie wants to keep Beckham or does he? LONDON While Alex Ferguson is often distinctly unimpressed by the flashy side of David Beckham's character, the Manchester United manager dismissed recent reports that the midfielder's days at Old Trafford are numbered. "Why would I want to sell my best players?" Ferguson

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LIVE ON TV BADMINTON: IBF World Grand Prix: Japan Open finals (Ch22, llam) XiaXuanze will battle it out with compatriot Lin Dan in the all-Chinese men's singles final. GOLF: PGA BellSouth Classic: Day 4 (Tomorrow Ch24. 3.30am and Channel 5. 5am > Bob Tway and Lee Janzen are leading at

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S0CCER Bring on Real Madrid [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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S0CCER Bring on Real Madrid JEFFREY LOW By SOCCKH ()KKKSP()\I)t I Man United warms up for big Euro clash by thumping Liverpool 4-0 AND now, for Real Madrid's scalp on Tuesday. And why not? There should be little doubt after the way Manchester United went on a rampage to thrash

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Victories Are Forever BBPW^ Fourth Green Jacket? |^RH Play-off Boost HBj A SEA Games sold medal will wipe Tiger Woods enters his comfort >iM|i Houston comes away from I I&V away even failure that has blighted zone at Augusta, where he is a Philadelphia with a precious win to M

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Sunday Life! ayLJlCl CELEBRATES THE WONDER OF LIFE The Sunday Times April 6, 2003

Mask she cover up [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mask she cover up The current Sars scare has prompted a rush at pharmacies for protective masks. But are they necessary or even effective? ELISABETH GWEE asks medical experts what the proper way to wear them is-p^p A.\ LAM Photo DESMONG FOO

on TOP of the wolrd [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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on TOP of the wolrd ONG SOR FERN By ARTS CORRESPONDENT PJiilippe Petit made headlines in 1974 when he illegally rigged up a tightrope between the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center and then danced across it EVEN after nearly 30 years of living in the United States, Philippe

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MASKS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MASKS Elisabeth Gwee 'PEOPLE CAN'T GET SARS OUT OF NOWHERE. FT IS SPREAD BY DROPLETS, AND YOU HAVE TO BE WITHIN A l-M ZONE OF A SARS PATIENT WHO SNEEZES OR COUGHS. THERE IS LITRE CHANCE OF GETTING SARS IN A COMMON ENVIRONMENT, WHICH IS NOT CROWDED' Dr King Moi

Always wash your hands [ARTICLE]

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Always wash your hands WASHING your hands might sound elementary. But it can go a long way in preventing the spread of viruses like Sars. Dr Ling Moi Lin, infection control officer at the Singapore General Hospital and director of quality management at SingHealth, says washing one's hands is a

You might as well live [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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You might as well live Richard Lim The melancholic may be more prone to psychosomatic ailments, but he is also rewarded with a richer sensory world. He can take joy in the most mundane of things, such as sitting on his pot, and that's reason enough for him to get

Spice girl wanted [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Spice girl wanted CAMILLA CHIAM Bu Bollywood hunk Rahul Klianna is looking for a great cook who can whip up a mean pepper crab. He wants to marry her, he says GOOD news, girls. Bollywood hunk Rahul Khanna is "taking applications" and looking for a mate to spice up his

No comic ceasefire during Iraq war [ARTICLE]

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No comic ceasefire during Iraq war BERLIN The war is on but comedians are not declaring a ceasefire. They are aiming their best satire at the war in Iraq. It may seem tasteless to crack jokes about a war in progress, but analysts say wide public opposition has created an

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Watch your heart, not the numbers [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Watch your heart, not the numbers THE FORMULA RECOMMENDS A HEART RATE OF BETWEEN 60 AND 80 PER CENT OF THE MAXIMUM RATE DERIVED BY SUBTRACTING A PERSON'S A6E FROM 220. BUT SUCH TESTS ARE, AT BEST. ONLY ESTIMATES Other gauges Borg Perceived Exertion Scale This is based on an

Getting back on the right track [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Getting back on the right track skxmyitfjfS| IN THIS fortnightly Sunday Life! column, we get the experts to answer questions on sex and relationships. Please send your questions to stlife@ sph.com. sg have come out of a relationship which, owing to the extreme mental distress I experienced, has left me

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Break rules, blend cultures, have lots of fun TEO PAU LIN lit. 'WE HOPE WE NEVER LOSE THE JOY OF COMING TO WORK EVERY MORNING. THE DAY WE DONT WANT TO COME TO WORK IS THE DAY WE SHOULD STOP* Oscar Pasinato He works five clays a week and takes

RUSSIAN REVOLUTION [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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RUSSIAN REVOLUTION LIONEL S EAH 9* RUSSIAN DOLLS: ANNE VYALITSYNA: Discovered at 15 iast year at an MTV contest Fashionably Loud Europe in her homeland. Vyalitsyna is the face of Chanel's new Chance fragrance. She has also fronted campaigns for Anna Molinari, Chloe and Sportsmax, and catwalked for Versus, Alexander

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