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the new Paper 60 CENTS MONDAY, MAY 27, 1996 MITA (P) 061/4/96 the new paper

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Why Moses •m Lim gets A to eat free

THENEWSTODAY

Mr Sound Bite or Mr Veteran [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mr Sound Bite or Mr Veteran Who will the Israelis vote for? Reuter. ISRAELI Prime Minister Shimon Peres and rightwing challenger Bei\jamin Netanyahu went on television last night hoping to sway key voters two days before elections. But watching their tame confrontation, it was hard to say who was on

He gives SM a good fit [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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He gives SM a good fit TAILOR-MADE FOR SM Last week, Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew mentioned how he was the "walking model" for his tailor, who is very particular about his handiwork. IRENE NG tracks down this tailor HE hates to see his best customer in ill-fit-ting suits. Any

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Equal chances for all [ARTICLE]

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Equal chances for all kSTORIESA EVERYONE will be given an equal chance to succeed. Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong said this last night at a dinner organised by the Amalgamated Union of Public Daily-Rated Workers. This system allows Singaporeans to move up and ensures that talent and ability will be

HEADLINERS [ARTICLE]

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HEADLINERS The Straits Times: Merit matters most, equal chance for all The Business Times: Minority stake for OCBC in new Pacific Bank Uanhe Zaobao: PM Goh: Equal chance for all and children of workers can also succeed Beiita Harlan: Training: Malay workers are positive RCS morning news: PM: Everyone has

STI INDEX [ARTICLE]

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STI INDEX The Straits Times Industrials Index rose 3.69 points to 2354.71 points at 9.15 this morning from Friday's close of 2351.06

CATCH OF THE DAY

Virtual offices [ARTICLE]

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Virtual offices IF you've something to ask the Central Provident Fund, you'll soon be able to call up an officer through a video-conferencing terminal. CPF will set terminals up in convenient places such as MRT stations and housing estates. The fund's first new virtual office machines have been set up

Come tell the tax man [ARTICLE]

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Come tell the tax man ELECTION candidates may have to come clean about their financial position to the Comptroller of Income Tax. Home Affairs Minister Wong Kan Seng said yesterday the details were still being considered, such as whether assets or income should be disclosed, and whether the report should

Big spenders [ARTICLE]

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Big spenders ABOUT 29 Singaporean firms have invested $280 million in Cambodia, making it one of the largest investors in the country. Some areas the firms are involved in include food processing, textiles, tourism and light industry. Among the big investors are Asia Pacific Breweries, Raffles International, Thakral and Consortium

'I don't want to be king' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'I don't want to be king' PRINCE William (left), the third in line to Britain's throne, has said he does not want to be king, according to a British newspaper report. The Sunday Mirror said Prince Charles was taking the 13-year-old's statement calmly and his estranged wife, Princess Diana, was

Gangs smuggle people [ARTICLE]

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Gangs smuggle people THAILAND has become a base for smuggling people from the Indian region to new, richer countries. There are now many gangs involved in these activities in Thailand, according to police. The gangs organise fake passports through tour agencies, which act as business fronts for them. It costs

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Celebrity perks [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Celebrity perks As Senior Minister Lee Kuan Yew said last week, sellers want celebrities or well-known and admired people as their customers. Some want TV stars, sportsmen and politicians to "endorse" their products. Others simply offer them perks because of who they are. We talk to two TV celebrities about

...and privileges [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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...and privileges By Lee Yin Luen VETERAN TCS actress Xiang Yun, 34, usually has trouble paying her cab fares. Cabbies simply refuse to accept her money. "They say they like to watch me on TV and would like to give me a free ride," she said. "But I usually insist

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Boys steal from kiddy machine [ARTICLE]

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Boys steal from kiddy machine BY Chan Seet Fun THEY were armed with a spanner, a cutter and screwdrivers in the wee hours. Their target: Two kiddy ride machines by a minimart. Their haul: Two hundred and twenty 20-cent coins, or $44. But the six teens who broke into the

Fined $500 each [ARTICLE]

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Fined $500 each THREE of the boys Lok Kok Hwee, 16, Lim Tze Huay, 16, and Ng Poh Siong, 17 pleaded guilty and were fined $500 each in the Subordinate Courts on Thursday. Their three accomplices were dealt with in the juvenile courts. Lok and Lim said they regretted doing

Swallowed condom to feed habit [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Swallowed condom to feed habit Home Affairs Minister Wong Kan Seng recently proposed harsher penalties for hard-core drug addicts, saying there was a strong link between drug addiction and crime. In Part One of a seven-part series on hard-core drug addiction, IVY ONG looks at how a small-time addict turned

DANGEROUS METHODS [ARTICLE]

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DANGEROUS METHODS SMUGGLERS like the method of smuggling adopted by Tan and his syndicate members because it is difficult to detect. But this method can be dangerous. Some smugglers have died when the condoms burst in their stomachs. Drug smugglers hide the drugs in many other ways: By land: In

Brain hunt nets friends [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Brain hunt nets friends The finals of the Mensa Brain Hunt 1996 was held yesterday at the Liang Court auditorium. CHAN SEETFUN finds out that it wasn't all work and no play WHEN you join the Mensa Brain Hunt, you don't just test your brains. You make lots of friends,

CONTEST [ARTICLE]

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CONTEST THE semMlnals and finals of the Mensa Brain iwBIl hHd at Liang Court yesterday. It was to discover the "top brains In Singapore There were two categories one for cMMran andLTondM open category forthooe lSor older, liny Had to solve ptetme and word puzzles. Winners received trophies. The organised

Man found slabbed to death [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Man found slabbed to death By( Chan Seet Fun THIS blood-stained van was parked near the body of a man who was stabbed to death early yesterday morning. The unidentified body was found lying face-down in a pool of blood at the foot of Block 93 Whampoa Drive near the

Separated [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Separated This is an extraordinary story of two disabled sisters, who were separated at birth and reunited 20 years later through the person who gave them away—their mother. CRISPINA ROBERT reports CHRISTINE and Ann have a lot in common. They have the same illness: Spinal muscular distrophy. They are both

DISEASE [ARTICLE]

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DISEASE They suffer from a wasting illness called spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). It shrivels the limbs. The first warning: If baby is "floppy" and weak has hardly moved in the womb. The second warning: If baby can't crawl after six months. The cause is unknown, but SMA is hereditary. There's

Reunited [ARTICLE]

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Reunited THE visit was a total surprise. In 1984, their biological mother unexpectedly visited Christine. "Out of the blue, when Ann was away, my biological mother visited me at the home," said Christine, who had never met her before. Ann's foster parents had sent her to Thailand for treatment. The

Siblings fight fat together [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Siblings fight fat together HE was 50 per cent overweight but lost 20 kg in two years, and is now the ideal weight for his size. What's more, Mohd Ismail, a student of Upper Aljunied Secondary School, become a role model for his overweight sister, Hamidah. He inspired her to

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Major's mad cow stand too silly: MP [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Major's mad cow stand too silly: MP If this member quits, party will lose its one-seat majority Fear stops British youth eating beef Almost half the 430 teenagers surveyed in a British study said they had stopped eating beef because of the scare over mad cow disease. The cattle disease

Students hit out at US role [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Students hit out at US role Reuter SOUTH Korean riot police fired tear gas at students making an anti-American protest in Seoul yesterday. More than 3,000 students demanded an apology from the US for allowing the Kwangju massacre to happen 16 years ago. More than 100 demonstrators were arrested. There

Wedding party in train crash [ARTICLE]

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Wedding party in train crash Reuter AT least 22 people were killed yesterday when a passenger train crashed into a vehicle carrying a wedding party in north-east India. News agency Press Trust of India (PTI), which was monitored by the British Broadcasting Corporation in London, said 21 were killed on

Warlike words upset Pakistan [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Warlike words upset Pakistan ISLAMABAD HITS OUT AT BJP GOVT Reuter PAKISTAN'S Foreign Minister has accused members of India's 12-day-old Hindu nationalist government of making threatening statements. "We cannot remain unconcerned," Mr AsefT Ahmad Ali told a news conference. "Soon after the formation of the government by (Prime Minister) Atal

r Clipping the wings of sex perverts I [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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r Clipping the wings of sex perverts I Like mother birds spreading their wings to keep their chicks safe from vultures and predators, various countries are waging war against sex perverts and offenders preying on their young. Here is a look at the measures adopted by five countries recently to

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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THE battle against child prostitution and child sex offenders is a tough one. Police and medical experts say there are a number of reasons for this. Among them: The role of organised crime syndicates in child prostitution. An official at an international conference on child offenders in Bangkok earlier this

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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IN Singapore, the Children and Young Persons Act is in force to protect the young against such sex perverts. It provides, among other things, for the prosecution of any person who commits any obscene or indecent act with a child or young person. Anyone found guilty can be fined $5,000

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Cockpit voice recorder found [ARTICLE]

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Cockpit voice recorder found EVERGLADES PLANE CRASH AFP. SEARCHERS have found the cockpit voice recorder from the ValuJet DC-9 that crashed in the Florida Everglades two weeks ago. The recorder had been sought because it had taped conversations in the cockpit between the pilots and crew moments before Flight 592

Celebrity short ribs in Sydney [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Celebrity short ribs in Sydney SllOlt stakes: Actor Sylvester Stallone (right) introducing Hongkong star Jackie Chan (guess who's taller?) to a crowd of about s,ooopeople at the opening of the Planet Hollywood restaurant in Sydney, Australia, yesterday. The Sydney restaurant is the 32nd in the chain, which is backed by

BACKGROUND [ARTICLE]

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BACKGROUND THE ValuJet DC-9 had 104 passengers and five crew on board when it crashed on May 11. It was flying from Miami, Florida, to Atlanta, Georgia. Authorities said the plane experienced problems shortly after take-off. ValuJet is an aggressive, low-fare airline. It has had several safety problems during its

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Maritime job may not suit my daughter [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Maritime job may not suit my daughter QMY daughter got an aggregate of 18 points for her O levels. She applied for the business course at a polytechnic but was not successful. She appealed for a place in Chemical Processing but again was not successful. Can she appeal again for

Banking course appeals to me [ARTICLE]

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Banking course appeals to me QI HAVE gained entry into the risk and insurance management course at Nanyang Polytechnic but its career prospects do not suit me. I would prefer the banking and financial course but my grades were not that good. Should I take other courses overseas after my

CALL US [ARTICLE]

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CALL US CALL 1900-*****03 and leave your questions for Mr Wijey. You can listen to his earlier advice, too. Calls cost 30 cents a minute (an additional surcharge of 10 cents a minute for cardphone calls). This week's Q& A: Dreams for JC dashed Becoming a lawyer To study or

My English needs work [ARTICLE]

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My English needs work QI FAILED my English (E8) in my O levels. I scored A 2 for Mathematics, D for Science and Chinese, A 1 for History and C 6 for English Literature. I'm eligible for the three-year pre-university course and ITE courses. I do not wish to try

What's my chance for poly place? [ARTICLE]

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What's my chance for poly place? QIN my O-level results this year, I got 16 points for my LIR4 and I got into a three-year pre-university course. But I now wish to study at a polytechnic. I have appealed to two polytechnics for a place. Singapore Polytechnic has replied that

How can I get to university? [ARTICLE]

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How can I get to university? Q I RECENTLY finished my National Service and I plan to study. However, I did badly for my A levels and was unable to make it to NUS or NTU. What options are available for tertiary education besides going overseas? Is it possible to

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'It means nothing to me' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'It means nothing to me' Jazreel Low on the Best Performer trophy which Eric fVloo (right) gave her By Lee Yin Luen JAZREEL Low is not exactly thrilled that her ex-boyfriend Eric Moo has given her a prestigious trophy. "I don't know what it means. It means nothing to me,"

Best wasn't enough for Beatles [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Best wasn't enough for Beatles By. Jessica Leow IT may be 34 years down the long and winding road, but Pete Best is still sore that he was kicked out of the Beatles. That's only because none of his bandmates took the trouble to break the news to him, he

ROWDY LADS [ARTICLE]

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ROWDY LADS MR Allan Williams, who was here with Pete Best, regrets the day he let four rowdy Liverpool lads go. "If I'd known they were going to be so big, I'd have cleaned their shoes every day!" said Mr Williams, 63, who was the Beatles' first manager. He got

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so contrary [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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so contrary During the photo shoot for this page, Teri Tan (why do Tans always seem to be named Teri?) Siew Cheng lost her balance on the sampan and fell, like an over-ripe jackfruit, into the sea. One moment she was the demure, dainty beauty, making like a beach resort

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9 by Think you've got the Look we're looking for? That certain fresh, unique face that could set hearts aflutter and fashion magazines into a frenzy? Entries are now open for the second audition at Sparks on June 21. The entry form is in today's paper. The closing date is

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Mission Cruises [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mission Cruises FOR producer Tom Cruise, Mission: Impossible has been accomplished. His challenge was to update the '60s TV series and draw audiences to the film. The result was hot. The movie grossed US$ll.7 million ($16.4 million) in its first two days of screening in the US, the biggest Tuesday/

What a blast from the past [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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What a blast from the past By. Jessica Leow THE Jackson 5 is back! I kid you not. "They" were the surprise guests that "showed up" at the All-4-One concert yesterday. With the help of outrageous, huge Afro wigs, the American rhythm and blues quartet transformed itself into the legendary

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Make it on your own [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Make it on your own Etcetera WITH BERTHA HENSON THE richer get richer. For a long time, I have believed this. I do not mind the rich getting richer. They must have got there on their own steam in the first place. Singapore does not have a long enough history

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Comeback king crumbles [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Comeback king crumbles FINAL RESULTS Indonesia 5 Denmark 0 Joko Suprianto bt Poul-Erik Hoyer-Larsen 18-14,15-8 Ricky Subagdja/Rexy Mainaky btjon Christensen/Jim Laugesen 15-5, 15-7 Heryanto Arbi bt Thomas Stuer-Lauridsen 158,15-8 Rudy Gunawan/ Bambang Suprianto bt Henrik Svarrer/Michael Sogaard 15-7, 14-18,15-9 Allan Budi Kusuma bt Peter Rasmussen 15-9,15^ Malay Mail and Reuter.

Hockey players revolt [ARTICLE]

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Hockey players revolt Wire services. PAKISTANI hockey is in crisis after 24 players revolted against the management and refused to appear in trials for the Atlanta Olympics. The players demanded the immediate removal of team manager Mudassar Asghar, coach Mansoorul Hassan and the selection committee. The players said they would

'What a load of rubbish' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'What a load of rubbish' HONGKONG INVITATION 0 ENGLAND 1 (Ferdinand 35th min) Wire services. DISAPPOINTED fans jeered England as it wound up its Euro '96 preparations with a lack-lustre 1-0 victory over a Hongkong Invitation XI. The winner was scored by Newcastle striker Les Ferdinand with a 35th minute

Scots humbled by under-rated US [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Scots humbled by under-rated US AFP. SCOTLAND crashed to a humiliating 2-1 defeat against the United States, a result which could have serious repercussions on team morale coming so close to Euro '96. Steve Sampson's United States team delighted an 8,526 holiday crowd in Connecticut and clinched its historic first-ever

SCORELINE [ARTICLE]

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SCORELINE Wire services. Results of yesterday's international sports: BASKETBALL NBA Western Conference finals: Seattle 88 Utah 86. GOLF British PGA 3rd rd: 205 Mark McNulty (Zim) 68,68,69, Costantino Rocca (Ita) 69, 67, 69; 206 Paul Lawrie (Gbr) 73, 65,68; 208 Eduardo Romero (Arg) 71,69,68, Paul Curry (Gbr) 68,71,69, Nick Faldo

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Marco's moment of magic [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Marco's moment of magic BALESTIERCENTRAL 1 (Marko Kralievic. 53rd min) CEYLANC UNITED FC 0 fm91.3 The New Paper Sportsfile on NTUC Radio Heart 91.3. From Monday to Friday at 8.15 am. Check it out. Stories/] Ernest Luis COACH Robin Chan calls it the goal that saved Balestier's S-League title hopes.

Hamid doing fine [ARTICLE]

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Hamid doing fine GEYLANG midfielder Iranian Hamid Reza Estili is expected to be discharged from hospital today after two nights under observation. Hamid, 29, was warded at Toa Payoh Hospital after he complained of dizziness and difficulty in breathing during Saturday's 1-0 loss to Balestier Central at the Toa Payoh

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Woodlands: All OK [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Woodlands: All OK WOODLANDS WELLINGTON 2 (Jan lanostak. 46th min. 90th) SEMBAWANC RANGERS 0 //as Woodlands Wellington finally got rid of its internal problems? The Rams' return to the top of the table of the Tiger Beer Series certainly suggests so, says JEFFREYLOW. Adults: $6 Children: $2 On match-days: Tickets

Terminator at last [ARTICLE]

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Terminator at last FOR a striker who is variously called Robocop, Terminator and a one-man destruction machine, Jan Janostak certainly seems a slow-starter. While all his foreign counterparts were racing ahead in the top-scorers' list, poor Janostak hardly lived up to his reputation as the Malaysian League's second best goalpoacher

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Police: Not so good [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Police: Not so good SAF FC 3 (Velimir Criien. 23rd min: Said Salim. 25th. 68th) POLICE 2 (Samawira Basri. 18th: NaharDaud 19th) At the start of the second round, Police FC was sitting on top of the S-League table. But three straight defeats have seen it drop to fourth place.

THE BRAZILIAN CONNECTION [ARTICLE]

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THE BRAZILIAN CONNECTION ARE the Dragons over-reliant on their foreign stars, the Brazilians? "No, I don't think so," says manager Jita Singh. "Indeed, this is a team game. Everyone has played his role. But the presence of the Brazilians is a tremendous influence on the team. "Look at how Samawira

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THE FEVER IS ON IN SHANGHAI [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE FEVER IS ON IN SHANGHAI Reuter. TICKETS for the match cost 30-100 yuan ($5.60 $16.80) and are expected to fetch several times more on the black market. Many are cashing in on Baggio fever. One firm is selling 3,000 "Mr World Football Roberto Baggio souvenir gold cards" at 200

SHENHUA v AC MILAN [ARTICLE]

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SHENHUA v AC MILAN Reuter. FANS mobbed Italian soccer superstar Roberto Baggio as he arrived with his team, AC Milan, in Shanghai on Saturday. But match organisers want the World Cup hero to keep a low profile. "We will have to restrict his activities in Shanghai," said one of them.

Luck fate or what [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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