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the new paper THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2001

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11 Man after lawyer tells him Jsj* has to wait EJF, ,ip*-^ I for divorce ff *4r^ 1 PM SWITCHES TAC11CS TO WIN BACK POTONG PASIR, HOUGANG 11 pgrading 11 -turn n|i^ V~ r •^."-■'•'"ri^rT 5 Bus driver Her parents dozed off, and IIIP FADPI1/C IIIM ran over girl, If

NEWS

Anthrax scare at Israel PM's office [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Anthrax scare at Israel PM's office Wire services. THE anthrax scare struck Israel yesterday this time at its highest-level. It came after letters containing suspicious white powder were found at the prime minister's office and the president's residence. For several weeks, suspicious envelopes have been delivered at Prime Minister Ariel

Did Osama meet CIA man in Dubai clinic? [ARTICLE]

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Did Osama meet CIA man in Dubai clinic? YES, said French daily Le Figaro and Radio France International. Quoting "a professional partner of the administrative management of the hospital", the reports said Osama bin Laden, main suspect in the Sept 11 terrorist attacks, had arrived in Dubai on July 4

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FACT AND FANFARE Highlights of election rallies every midnight NEWS What's on TV? Pages 38 39 IrTFT higher m NATIONAL DIPLOMA An award from BTEC. Business and Tech.Education Council. (UK), is globally recognised as an excellent academic achievement. Presently. BTEC has over 400.000 students around the world. HIGHER HIGHER Mnw

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Sorry So bad, so fast but do all on board have bird's-eye view? (TUP on Sunday, Oct 28): SIA pilots earn about $5,000-20.000 a month including allowances, not $15,XXXXX,000 as reported. The Air Line Pilots AssociationSingapore clarified that SIA has asked captains to take a 7 percent and co-pilots a

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r I BOTYUN^IL^f^L^^ IN 3 WEEKS TO GET READY FOR THIS PICTURE." Christy had to gain a lot of weight for her role in the widely-acclaimed Thai movie "Jan Dara." W ,Three weeks after filming, she had to lose all that extra V weight for the photography of her stunning

SINGAPORE

Heartbroken parents. But they still have heart to forgive... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Heartbroken parents. But they still have heart to forgive... A bus driver yesterday pleaded guilty to dangerous driving which caused the death of two schoolgirls on Henderson Road two months ago. FRAEMONE WEE speaks to one victim's parents WEEKS after her 12-year-old daughter's death, Mrs Alice Teo is constantly in

Driver dozed off at the wheel [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Driver dozed off at the wheel HE fell asleep at the wheel and woke up with the lead role in a living nightmare. Yesterday morning, bus driver Wong Gion Chin, 34, (left) pleaded guilty to causing the death of two schoolgirls by driving dangerously. He also pleaded guilty to failing

PENALTY [ARTICLE]

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PENALTY For causing death by driving dangerously, Wong can be jailed for up to five years. For not having proper control of his vehicle, Wong can be fined up to $1,000 and jailed for up to six months, or both.

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Foreigners helped to fuel the economy [ARTICLE]

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Foreigners helped to fuel the economy ATTRACTING foreign workers is "a matter of life and death" for Singapore. The influx of foreigners working here has been the lifeblood of the economy over the past decade, according to a study by the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI). Foreign talent contributed

Just for die hell of it... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Just for die hell of it... ##PICTURE THIS this little horror was haunting Hongkong last night. It was Halloween, the fright night celebrated by dressing up in ghoulish costumes and playing pranks all over the world. Picture' Reuters

UOB to retrench [ARTICLE]

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UOB to retrench SINGAPORE'S biggest bank, United Overseas Bank (UOB), is going to retrench up to 2,000 employees by year's end in order to save as much as $250 million and reduce duplication of work. UOB had 13,000 employees after it acquired Overseas Union Bank (OUB) in September. Most of

Laos PM on visit [ARTICLE]

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Laos PM on visit The Prime Minister of Laos, Mr BounNhang Vorachith, is in Singapore on a four-day visit to attract investors to his landlocked country. Addressing a seminar, he said: "We are looking towards an exchange of views to promote our development and improve bilateral relations." Singapore is the

Memorial service [ARTICLE]

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Memorial service Singapore International Airlines (SIA) arranged for 160 relatives of the victims, who died when SQ 006 crashed in Taipei exactly a year ago, to attend a memorial service in the city. Relatives from Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, India, South Africa and the US were flown to Taipei for the

Reverse brain drain [ARTICLE]

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Reverse brain drain THEY came when times were better. But now that the US economy is doing badly, thousands of high-tech Indian and Pakistani professionals are leaving Silicon Valley and heading home. As a result, business is also down in a range of establishments such as grocery shops that sprang

India-Pakistan war? [ARTICLE]

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India-Pakistan war? INDIA is close to going to war with Pakistan over Kashmir, says the head of the Indian army's Northern Command. In the most aggressive war signal in years by a military commander, Lt General RK Nanavatty warns that New Delhi, if pushed to the edge, could choose military

Malaysia is safe [ARTICLE]

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Malaysia is safe THE US does not consider Malaysia a high-risk country for terrorist attacks on its interests. Clarifying this, the US ambassador to Malaysia, Ms Marie Huhtala said that US citizens were very happy with the working environment in the country. Referring to the US warning of a second

QUOTEWORTHY [ARTICLE]

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QUOTEWORTHY The better idea actually came from (Workers* Party chief) Low Thia Khiang to aOow the controlled use of CPF savings during the recession. It's not a new idea. We have aiready been looking at that idea, but it's something we hold back in reserve. If the recession is long

Stock watch [ARTICLE]

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Stock watch TECHNOLOGY stocks rose yesterday after US growth data showed the economy had shrunk less than expected, easing investors' worries about recession. The Chicago Purchasing Manager's report was also better than anticipated. However, most significantly, the US Treasury department said it would stop issuing 30-year bonds. This lowered long-term

Japan PM takes on bureaucrats [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Japan PM takes on bureaucrats OH THE RACK QUITE a few of Japan's prime ministers in recent times have tried to curb bureaucratic power. None have succeeded, but current prime minister Junichiro Koizumi is aiming to prove different, reported The Economist magazine. His targets are the government's 163 "special corporations"

LOCAL HEADLINERS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LOCAL HEADLINERS The Straits Times: Chee retreats The Business Times: UOB to press ahead with 2000job cuts Lianhe Zaobao: SM Lee: Chee Soon Juan's defamatory remarks were instigated; his apology must fulfil legal requirements Berita Harian: SM Lee serves legal notice to Chee NewsRadio 93.8FM: Chee Soon Juan apologises publicly

WORLD HEADLINERS [ARTICLE]

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WORLD HEADLINERS International Herald Tribune: US economy shrinks 0.4 per cent Asian Wall Street Journal: Bailout is set for Hynix, fuelling doubts on reform New Straits Times: RM40m study loans BBC news: Tony Blair meets Syrian and Saudi Arabian leaders during a tour of the Middle-East

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SM Lee: This was a bit of showmanship, right? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SM Lee: This was a bit of showmanship, right? By Gloria Chandy OPPOSITION candidate Dr Chee Soon Juan is playing a game. And it's a game that he shouldn't be allowed to get away with, said Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew last night. Said SM Lee: "Dr Chee Soon Juan

PAP: Why Dr Chee's actions fell short... [ARTICLE]

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PAP: Why Dr Chee's actions fell short... SINGAPORE Democratic Party (SDP) chief, Dr Chee Soon Juan, has said sorry more than once. But is he saying it right? No, according to the law. The SDP leader's efforts are still wanting in that he has not fully retracted the allegations. Nor

THE SIMPLE ANSWER... [ARTICLE]

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THE SIMPLE ANSWER... You know, he says 'I've got a two-year-old baby, I've got a wife, I've got an ailing mother, so please be kind to me. What happens when you call me a liar and a cheat?' I would have thought the simple answer is: Don't lie and don't

One Chee apologises, the other is defiant... [ARTICLE]

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One Chee apologises, the other is defiant... SDP RALLY By 1 Yong Siew Fern IT was time to be fiery again for Chee. No, not Dr Chee Soon Juan, now faying to stave off legal action from Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong and Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew over his

UPGRADING WILL DEPEND ON PRECINCT VOTES in opposition wards [ARTICLE]

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UPGRADING WILL DEPEND ON PRECINCT VOTES in opposition wards PM Goh's 'grand departure' from earlier tactics to put heat 0n... Opposition wards used to be placed at end of upgrading queue because upgrading isa PAP initiative. Now y Potong Pasir, Hougang precincts can get early upgrading even iff they fall

Worried, Mr Chiam? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Worried, Mr Chiam? POTONG PASIR By Azhar Ghani HE was gunning for a minister with a GRC (Group Represention Constituency) win for his party. i Then, he aimed for a perfect record all 29 opposition candidates to be voted in. But now, the hunter has become the hunted. Singapore Democratic

So how, Mr Low? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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So how, Mr Low? HOUGANG By Eugene Wee EVEN if the PAP fails to retake Hougang, some residents there may still be able to enjoy flat-upgrading. Even ahead of PAP-held wards. As with Potong Pasir, however, there are strings attached as Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong explained during a visit

SINGAPORE

S'poreans stay despite this [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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S'poreans stay despite this All 130 Public Service Commission scholars studying in the US are staying put despite the terrorist attacks and anthrax scares. Butfor three of them, the timing of their arrival could not have been worse. LEE TEE JONG reports HE WAS looking forward to studying in the

Studying in US still an option for scholars [ARTICLE]

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Studying in US still an option for scholars NONE of the Singaporean scholars in the United States have asked to be transferred to another university or to be brought back to Singapore, according to PSC spokesman Mas Shaireen. The PSC gives out the largest number of government scholarships, about 250

Are you one of the winners? [ARTICLE]

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Are you one of the winners? IN our Oct 29 Female Rockers contest, readers had to answer two questions to win prizes. Question 1: What is the title of Garbage's latest single?. The answer: Androgyny. Five callers who answered correctly win a set of Garbage's new album, Beautiful Garbage, a

He stepped in to stop the bullying... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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He stepped in to stop the bullying... But he got beaten until he was in a coma By Andre Yeo IT was a great time of his life. At 55, he could finally withdraw his CPF savings. Mr Chan Yow Chong, a storekeeper, used the money to visit his mother

HORRIFIC ASSAULT [ARTICLE]

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HORRIFIC ASSAULT ASSISTANT public prosecutor Ho Jean Nie yesterday pressed for a deterrent sentence as she described the attack on Mr Chan in court. She said Mr Chan might never work again. He has lost his job as a storekeeper. Pomenathan, who has a record of violent offences, pleaded guilty

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They keep stealing her bike — part by part [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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They keep stealing her bike part by part W Picture and report Suzanne Ong THE bicycle thieves struck again and again. And all the while, Madam Wendy Kok's bicycle would remain locked where she had left it. You see, they didn't steal the whole bike, they stole parts of it.

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Girls claim brother's head slammed against wall so hard the tiles cracked [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Girls claim brother's head slammed against wall so hard the tiles cracked By Seto Nu-wen IN the teenage sisters' house in Seremban, there are tiny cracks on a tiled wall. For Gayathiri and Shalini, it is a chilling reminder of what happened to their younger brother. Seven-year-old Veilinthiran died in

WHAT HAPPENED LAST WEEK [ARTICLE]

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WHAT HAPPENED LAST WEEK LAST week when Veilinthiran made his stepmother angry, she is alleged to have slammed his head against the wall of their house. On the morning of Oct 23, their father tried to wake Veilinthiran up for school but he would not wake up. The boy died

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I gave $7.3m to Islamic foundation: Akbar [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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I gave $7.3m to Islamic foundation: Akbar INDONESIA'S Parliament Speaker, who has been accused of pocketing 40 billion rupiah ($7.3 million), says he passed on the money to a charity to buy food for the poor. Mr Akbar Tandjung also denied the money had been diverted to his own party.

'Self-made devices' spread sect messages [ARTICLE]

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'Self-made devices' spread sect messages Before Falungong was outlawed in China as an "evil cult", independent estimates put the number of followers of the group, led by US-based guru figure Li Hongzhi, in tens of millions. After the ban,the group's members repeatedly carried out protests in Tiananmen Square. But protests

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Could you be a top scientist in China? [ARTICLE]

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Could you be a top scientist in China? WORLD Is the earth's centre red hoi or stone cold? What gas do plants produce? Does the sun revolve around the earth or vice versa? Answer these three questions to find out ANSWER them correctly, and you'd be at the top of

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FREE MARKET [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FREE MARKET US does a U-turn after Sept 11 attacks THE Europeans are shocked. For years they have heard the US preaching: Leave it to the market. The US had been saying that governments should not give subsidies to businesses and that trade should be free. The terror attacks of

US economy shrinks by 0.4% [ARTICLE]

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US economy shrinks by 0.4% THE US economy has slowed at an annual rate of 0.4 per cent in the third quarter of the year, which ended in September. This decline in the US' economic activity is the first such decline in more than eight years. And, it could get

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DIVORCE TRAGEDY MALAYSIA Man gets upset he couldn't divorce wife. He stops car and allegedly slashes wife and three children THE family of five was on its way back from the divorce lawyers' office. The father, a welder based in Singapore, was driving the Proton Saga. He had just found

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Comedian on drug charges [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Comedian on drug charges MALAYSIA HE'S known for bringing in the laughs. But Malaysian funnyman Yassin Yahya found himself in a not-so-funny situation recently. Yassin, 23, (right) was in the Kuala Lumpur Magistrate's Court on two charges of having: About 2g of ganja (marijuana) 34 bottles of black liquid, believed

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Second Thai blast leaves 12 dead WORLD AP. JUST last week, 20 people died after a Thai army ammunitions dump exploded. There was another blast yesterday, this time at a paint factory in eastern Thailand, 70km southeast of Bangkok. POWERFUL BLAST About 100 workers were working at the ST Thailand

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Caught in dialect syndrome EHScM COMMENT THE tiny howler stomped about wildly, wailing: "I want. I want. You promised." He locked eyes with his baffled grandmother, who, wagging a stern finger, blasted in Cantonese: "Lei yiu mat ye? Haang le." (What do you want? Let's go.) Like chicken and duck,

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weak, tease and pluck, all on the go By Tan Dawn Wei ITS a hot afternoon. The smooth operator sidles up to unsuspecting shoppers and delivers his well-worn spiel. "Hi, I'm Steven. I'm a professional eyebrow trimmer." He persuades you to move into the shade. Then, whipping out his tweezers,

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Win buffet vouchers DANIEL Wu indulged his beloved with food. You can eat all you want too for free! Just call 1900-914-0801 and win yourself a pair of vouchers for Phoenix Hotel's buffet dinner, which normally costs from $28 per person. We have 10 pairs to give away. The contest

Who's the lady in Daniel's life? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Who's the lady in Daniel's life? 'It was sort of a double celebration. her birthday is three days before mine. She lores those big crabs, but 1 don 7 really know how to cook them so I asked my friends to help. BY Wendy Teo SHE'S a very special lady.

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Prowling with Hunter SHOT: Rachel Hunter (left) IN: Los Angeles THE ACT: TO Sync heartthrob Joey Fatone is having a steamy affair with Rod Stewart's ex-wife Rachel Hunter! She was spotted sliding out of a Hollywood hotel room at 5am after two nights of passion with Fatone. Pals admit the

From babyface to truck driver [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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From babyface to truck driver SHOT: Justin Timberlake (above) IN: British magazine Arena* THE ACT: 'N Sync-er Justin Timberlake showed a totally different side from his pristine image in this fashion magazine. Bloodied face, gold tooth, even a closeup of him blowing smoke into the camera this babyface has morphed

Not so angelic anymore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Not so angelic anymore SHOT: Charlotte Church (left) IN: Charity concert in Cardiff THE ACT: Church clearly has a bad case of amnesia. Just a few weeks ago, the former choir girl said she would never go down the "Britney Spears" route by trading in her angelic looks for a

Huh... he's a star? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Huh... he's a star? By Chang May Choon FOR over two years, Taiwanese singer-composer Emil Chau Wakin (right) lived like a normal salaryman, working regular hours and spending time with his wife and kids on weekends. His life was so ordinary that six-year-old daughter Anya had no idea he sang

Jay wants freedom [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Jay wants freedom Is that why he doesn't wear any underwear? By Chang May Choon NOTHING separates Taiwanese R&B prince Jay Chou (left) and his jeans. No briefs, no boxers, no G-strings. This hotshot songwriter-singer apparently doesn't like to be restrained. And he was caught in the "act" by wacky

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Nothing but talk PRIME-TIME TV WITH the increasing popularity of Taiwanese talk shows in Singapore, the two TV stations here have decided to jump on the bandwagon. The latest addition is Straight Talk, a half-hour programme that explores issues of the day, like toilet culture, single-parent families and young multimillionaires.

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wet is part of the job CAREER CHOICE/ whafs my line? Mr Peter Tay is an unconventional teacher. He conducts lessons under the hot sun and tells his students to move around. He has to sweat it out under the sun. He works every day. He carries heavy equipment while

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'Training students who fear water is tough' FROM PAGE 40 CAREER CHOICE/ what's my line? Mr Peter Tay, 28, is a diving instructor and owner of Innerspace Adventures, a diving school Why did you choose this job? I enjoy teaching people how to dive and I like having close encounters

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Four foreign Gold Cup raiders [ARTICLE]

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Four foreign Gold Cup raiders Kutub, winner of three recent Group 1 races, looks hard to beat Broche, modest record with three wins With The Flow, gallant third in the SIA International Cup King Of Tara, winner in Group 2 and second in Group 1 By Danny Khoo LOCAL connections

THE FULL CUP LIST [ARTICLE]

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THE FULL CUP LIST IKUTUB (England) 58.0 2 WITH THE FLOW (France) 58.0 3 OUZO 57.5 4BOCELLI 56.5 5 BROCHE (England) 55.5 6 OUR ARISTOTLE 55.0 7 KING OF TARA (France) 54.5 8 PACIFIC PRINCE 54.0 9 SADDLE UP 53.5 10 SHE'S A DIAMOND 53 5 11 SMART BET 53.5

FOCUS ON THE KRANJI NEWCOMERS FOR SATURDAY'S MEETING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FOCUS ON THE KRANJI NEWCOMERS FOR SATURDAY'S MEETING By Lionel Lee SOUTH AFRICAN trainer Patrick Shaw (right) will be unveiling a classy import from his native land at Kranji this Saturday. Wine Merchant, one of eight South African-based gallopers to join Shaw's yard following the lifting of the South African

Afternoon racing on weekends next year [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Afternoon racing on weekends next year By Danny Khoo ITS official. Racing at Kranji on weekends will revert to the afternoon from next year. Instead of the usual 4.30pm start, Singapore race meetings will start at 2.30pm. Also from next season, the Singapore Turf Club (SNTC) will kick off its

Newcomer First Secretary ready [ARTICLE]

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Newcomer First Secretary ready DANNY KHOO'S GUIDE TO KRANJi TRACKWORK (GOING: GOOD) FORMER Victorian campaigner First Secretary, who makes his Kranji debut in the Novice 1,400 m event, looks set to make a bright start to his local career. At Kranji yesterday morning, the well-bred four-year-old by Fairy King underlined

GUIDE TO KL TRACKWORK (GOING: SOFT) [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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GUIDE TO KL TRACKWORK (GOING: SOFT) NST GAYA BERGAYA, who found one to beat in his last two outings, looks ready to re-enter the winning list in the Class 3 event over I,Boom on Sunday with an eye-catching workout in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Takan out by jockey Sofhan Latif, the

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FIRST 9904 SECOND 5793 M THIRD 7784 1142 7575 0531 0177 1165 3239 9729 1714 4908 8773 CONSOLATION 1123 4188 7322 1834 6819 4515 6240 6359 2970 0755 TRACK TALK: Which horses should you keep an eye on at Kranji on Saturday? To find out, tune in to Track Talk

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'Forget the global gloom, enjoy the soccer boom' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Forget the global gloom, enjoy the soccer boom' j NTUC INCOME SINGAPORE CUP FINAL: HOME PROTECTORS v GEYLANG EAGLES A WORD FROM THE SPONSORS: This Sunday's Singapore Cup final is sponsored byNTUC Income, which took over the title sponsorship of the S-League from Tiger Beer this year. ERNEST LUIS talks

WHAT THE CUP FINALISTS' SPONSORS SAY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WHAT THE CUP FINALISTS' SPONSORS SAY Geylang has been working at this for the longest time and after their well-deserved victory in winning the S-League title, I don't think they'll let the Singapore Cup title slip away. After all, they are the champions and we believe that they'll remain the

S-LEAGUE 2002: WHAT NTUC HAS IN STORE FOR FANS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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S-LEAGUE 2002: WHAT NTUC HAS IN STORE FOR FANS TRANSFERABLE SEASON PASSES No more complimentary 500 tickets per game for NTUC Income policy-holders. Free ticket system converted to season pass system at a subsidised rate. II How passes work: Season passes for the top five clubs based on this year's

New rules of the game [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New rules of the game S-LEAGUE 2002: WHAT'S IN STORE FOR TEAMS By Ernest Luis FROM next year S-League players sacked by their clubs can join another club during the same season. However, they can only play for their new club after sitting out for two months. The current rule

PROPOSED RULE CHANGES [ARTICLE]

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PROPOSED RULE CHANGES The 33-game S-League season will begin on February 20 and last through to November. This is because there will be a one-and-a-half month break so the national team can be formed for the Tiger Cup (Aug 31 to Sep 14) and also, if they are sent to

Sorry buddy, you're out too [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sorry buddy, you're out too WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS RO MARIO again is making news on Brazil's national team this time by his absence. Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari frustrated expectations that the veteran striker would return for Brazil's upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Bolivia and Venezuela. Brazil, which is currently on

Get Real, rest Carlos [ARTICLE]

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Get Real, rest Carlos Reuters REAL Madrid has written to the Brazilian soccer federation to warn it that its defender Roberto Carlos needs a rest of between 10 and 15 days. The club says Carlos should be left out of at least one of Brazil's final two World Cup qualifiers.

IRAN 3 UAE 0 [ARTICLE]

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IRAN 3 UAE 0 AP Iran faces Ireland IRAN beat the United Arab Emirates 3-0 in the second-leg of an Asian Zone World Cup playoff yesterday. The Iranians advanced on a 4-0 aggregate score following their 1-0 win in the first-leg in Tehran. They will face Ireland in Dublin on

THE BIG KICK [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE BIG KICK I TEAMS UPDATE CSKA SOFIA v AC MILAN In Italy, AC Milan will be without star defender Paolo Maldini, who is sidelined for a month with a thigh strain sustained in the weekend's scoreless draw against Bologna. Andriy Shevchenko, who broke his nose in the Bologna match,

THE FORM GUIDE UEFA CUP [ARTICLE]

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THE FORM GUIDE UEFA CUP Home Team CSKA Sofia Away Team AC Milan Last time toy met 0-2 Comments With Milan already 20 up from the first leg, the onus in on Sofia to attack and this will open up the back for Andrei Shevchenko to take advantage. Which is

SUNDAY SHOWPIECE: LIVERPOOL v MAN UNITED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SUNDAY SHOWPIECE: LIVERPOOL v MAN UNITED By Edwin Yeo YOU know how Liverpool wins games these days? Simple: Pressure. Attack. Score one goal. Defend. Counter-attack. This strategy is especially effective with Michael Owen back, as his pace is exactly what a counter-attacking team needs. We've seen it over the last

Reds must attack [ARTICLE]

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Reds must attack Wright popped up to score a second from a set piece after helping Liverpool withstand incessant pressure. And note that this tactic worked twice when Owen was playing, but not otherwise. No doubt, this Sunday, it is how Liverpool will play against Manchester United. And I will

Crisis? Who says so? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Crisis? Who says so? Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs has called criticism of his club's shaky start to the new season "irrelevant". And he asked: "Let's be honest about it, when have we not been criticised?" The Old Trafford giant has come under fire for a defence which has kept

Veron out [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Veron out MAN United will be without Juan Sebastian Veron (left) for its match against Liverpool. United manager Sir Alex Ferguson had originally agreed with Argentina that the midfielder would fly out on Sunday afternoon after the game at Anfield for his country's final World Cup Qualifier against Peru. But

I can be the link-up man, if Only... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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I can be the link-up man, if Only... OUT -of-fa vour Dwight Yorke feels Manchester United's new system is perfect for him. Yorke claims he is ideally suited for the deep-lying role which Paul Scholes is struggling to fill. Scholes is ill at ease with the advanced role and Yorke

SOLSAVER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SOLSAVER HAMPIONS LEAGUE (GROUP G): LILLE 1 MANCHESTER UNITED 1 Bruno Cheyrou (65th min) Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (6) Crowd: 35,000 AUDIO/VIDEO MAN UNITED^ PHIL NEVILLE: It's a fair result Dial for clip to your personal web folder. Pl» 88*XXXXX5 NOT for the first time this season, Man U was undone

Pena the hero [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Pena the hero f HAMPIONS LEAGUE: REST OF THE ACTION PORTO 1 ROSENBORG 0 AFP. FC Porto booked its place in the last 16 of the Champions League after dominating Rosenborg this morning. But it had to struggle for a crucial 1-0 win. As news that Group E rival Celtic

Rivaldo saves the day for Barca [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rivaldo saves the day for Barca BARCELONA 1 FENERBAHCEO AP. A FIERCE last-minute free-kick from Rivaldo (right) gave a below-par Barcelona a 1-0 win over Fenerbahce in the final-rotation match of Champions League Group F this morning. The Catalan club wins the group with 15 points, three points ahead of

SPARTA PRAGUE 0 BAYERN MUNICH 1 [ARTICLE]

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SPARTA PRAGUE 0 BAYERN MUNICH 1 AN own goal by Jiri Novotny was enough to give defending champion Bayern Munich a 1-0 win over Sparta Prague. It also ensured Bayern the top spot in Group H. Separated only by goal difference and with both assured of a place in the

OLYMPIAKOS 1 DEPORTIVO 1 [ARTICLE]

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OLYMPIAKOS 1 DEPORTIVO 1 DEPORTIVO La Coruna snatched a late equaliser through Joan Capdevila to seal top spot in Group G. The result also threw Olympiakos out of Europe after a 1-1 draw although the Greek side dominated much of the game, but failed due to poor crossing and a

LEVERKUSEN2 LYON 4 [ARTICLE]

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LEVERKUSEN2 LYON 4 ERIC Carriere had two goals and an assist and Frederic Nee added one goal and three assists as Lyon beat Bayer Leverkusen 4-2. The result brought no change to the standings in Group F. Lyon finished third and will now join the Uefa Cup action. Lyon looked

Celtic sparkles but still goes out [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Celtic sparkles but still goes out f HAMPIONS LEAGUE (GROUP E): CELTIC 4 JUVENTUS 3 Wire services. Celtic surged to a thrilling 4-3 victory over Group E winner Juventus this morning. But the result was not enough to prolong its participation in this year's Champions League. Porto's 1-0 win over

HOW THEY FARED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HOW THEY FARED GROUP E PORTO 1 Jesus Pena 36 ROSENBORG 0 61 a CELTIC 4 /00s Valgaeren 24, Chris Sutton 45,64, Henrik Larsson 57pen JUVENTUS3 Alessandro Del Piero 19, n David Trezeguet 51, 77 f)/ GROUPF fl BAYER LEVERKUSEN2 Zoltan Sebescen 45, Dimitar Berbatov 52 OLYMPIQUE LYON 4 £fic

Bring on the giants [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bring on the giants SUNDAY SHOWPIECE: LIVERPOOL v MAN UNITED By! Scott Wilson MAN United this morning became the greatest rotation act since the invention of the helicopter. It drew 1-1 with Lille in its Champions League match with yet another new line-up as Sir Alex presented the Fabulous Ferguson

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