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The Straits Times, 20 November 2005

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the sunday times NOVEMBER 20 2005 90 Pages in three parts MICA (P) 092/03/2005 W A Singapore Press Holdings publication OVy Cents

Bad news for Singapore if WTO talks fail [ARTICLE]

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Bad news for Singapore if WTO talks fail Paul Jacob TOP OF THE NEWS BUSAN THE failure of global trade talks next month will be bad news for countries like Singapore that thrive in an environment free of barriers to trade in goods and services, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong

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agenda INDEX mainsection news 3-23 invest 24-27 think 28-31 sweat 32-38 gizmos 40 click 41 geny 42 talk 43 lifestyle hot L2-LlO pulse LIUI2 go kl3; reflect^..:™ Ll4 -Festi L2M27 taste movies Ll6-Ll9 tv listings L2O-L2l comics L22-L24 horoscopes L25 CALL OUR NEWSLINE 1800-828-28-28 ST WEBSITE Phone e~(naiL~~~.stiospltxoßLSQ FORUM DESK

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home Mindef draws the line Three bloggers have fallen foul of the Defence Ministry for writing about their experiences and posting photos of their training abroad. PAGE 3 Underage shisha smokers Some teens are heading to the shisha cafes in Arab Street where the owners are known to be less

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Thai military in row Thailand's military has been drawn into a row involving a maverick media tycoon and Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. PAGE 23 Club turnaround The American Club is one of perhaps only four social clubs here to have seen membership values rise in recent times. PAGE 24 Reits

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Flexing muscle for S'pore Veteran Singapore bodybuilders deny they are narcissistic and say their passion lies in the desire to keep the nation's flag flying high. PAGE 37 Lions ready for Vietnam With no distractions in Bacolod City, the Young Lions focus on taking on Vietnam in the SEA Games

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Rob Hughes There are no real clues in the polite and carefully prepared statements as to why Man U captain Roy Keane had to go. SWEAT PAGE 33 Danger JH| Chua Mui Hoong Many of us are so used to an urban, sanitised environment that we have lost all awareness

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lifestyle ■HHHHbitoI Wedded to controversy The lavish wedding of Malaysian transsexual Jessie Chung last week was the latest chapter in her colourful life. PAGE L2 Tune catches on Jocie Guo is dancing her way up the charts with her Mandarin cover of Dragostea Din Tei, the Romanian dance hit. PAGE

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Get Mindef clearance before posting it [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Get Mindef clearance before posting it Jeremy Au Yong the misconception that known to collect their f: reservist training is information from the like a holiday, where internet. Sometimes we rest and drink beer, when you take pictures Thft hi Aft cHawc hfikfisttfr t&dli maw urttntanfiAnaHv/ how tough it is

THIEF AT WORK [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THIEF AT WORK Chua Kong Ho Intern being probed for stealing colleagues' credit cards and spending $14,000 'He was very personable and dressed well. He looked like a decent boy. Who would have thought he would do something like that?' A STAFF MEMBER, on the suspect A TEMASEK Polytechnic student

Teen falls to death while playing guitar [ARTICLE]

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Teen falls to death while playing guitar Sarah Ng ONE minute, private school student Li Xiao Meng, 16, was playing his guitar and jumping on his bed in his hostel room. The next, he disappeared. His roommate looked out the window of his third-floor room and saw the Beijing native

Schools to get book of zbNOW articles [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Schools to get book of zbNOW articles ZAOBAO Popcorn Voice Book, a collection of 30 articles selected from Chinese daily Lianhe Zaobao, was launched yesterday at the Fun with Newspapers event. Organised by Zaobao Popcorn, Friday Weekly and Thumbs Up, the event was supported by the Ministry of Education and

Teens too young to smoke? Not at these cafes [ARTICLE]

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Teens too young to smoke? Not at these cafes Jeremy Au Yong Two 17-year-olds are given shisha pipes at four cafes in the Arab Street area in a Sunday Times check THREE cafes did not check and the one that did, did not care. Over the past week, The Sunday

Pianist pays NSdues — 28 years later [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Pianist pays NSdues 28 years later Kristina Tom He is fined for defaulting on his NS after he decides to return, as his aged parents are finding it difficult to visit him in London AFTER staying away from Singapore for nearly 30 years because he defaulted on his national service,

Did pianist Melvyn Tan get off too lightly?

YES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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YES Melissa Sim OF THE 25 people polled, 13 felt that Mr Melvyn Tan should do time, one way or another. Some were in favour of a short jail sentence, while others wanted him to do two years of national service. They argued that a mere fine would be unfair

NO [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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NO Melissa Sim THE 11 people who felt that a fine is an appropriate punishment for Mr Melvyn Tan said that he has been punished enough he has been living separately from his family for nearly 30 years. They also pointed to his age 49 and felt that the state

Poly auditorium set to liven up arts scene in Woodlands [ARTICLE]

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Poly auditorium set to liven up arts scene in Woodlands REPUBLIC Polytechnic hopes its new Woodlands campus with its state-of-the-art auditorium will bring new life and concerts to the area. The 1,200-seat auditorium has pride of place in the new $322 million campus, designed by famed Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki.

Donate to mosque by buying a piece of its prayer hall [ARTICLE]

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Donate to mosque by buying a piece of its prayer hall BUY a piece of the floor, roof or wall in the prayer hall of the Muhajirin Mosque in Braddell Road for $249 and help in its rebuilding effort. The 28-year-old mosque needs to raise $6.9 million for a new

Home alone and dead but nobody knows-or bothers [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Home alone and dead but nobody knows-or bothers Sarah Ng Cases of elderly people dying alone and undiscovered till later are a cause for concern, especially with an ageing population and more people remaining single Lonely deaths November 2005: Retired factory worker lim Kim Huat was found in his bed

NTUC gives school vouchers to 18,000 needy kids [ARTICLE]

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NTUC gives school vouchers to 18,000 needy kids SOME 18,000 needy schoolchildren were given $1.8 million worth of school vouchers yesterday to buy textbooks, shoes and uniforms. It was part of the National Trades Union Congress' (NTUC) Back to School programme, which helps needy union members. Each student received $100.

S'pore cybergamer makes history [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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S'pore cybergamer makes history Leung Wai-Leng His silver in game Dead Or Alive makes him first person in S-E Asia to get a medal at World Cyber Games A PART-TIME data entry clerk made history when he became the first person in South-east Asia to win a medal in the

Hoping for a slice of Apple [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Hoping for a slice of Apple IT WAS IPOD MADNESS at Asia's largest Apple Store. In conjunction with its opening, the first 200 customers were given a chance to buy an iPod nano for up to 40 per cent off the usual price. The 2GB version usually costs $348. So

POTTY PARITY [ARTICLE]

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POTTY PARITY Jeremy Au Yong buildings hereto have as many loos for women as for men, if not more NEW guidelines from the National Environment Agency (NEA) will finally ease the long queues outside women's toilets here. The revised Code of Practice for Environmental Health, released yesterday, now requires all

Finance manager accused of cheating banks out of $10m [ARTICLE]

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Finance manager accused of cheating banks out of $10m A 29-YEAR-OLD finance manager was charged on Friday with cheating United Overseas Bank and Citibank out of nearly $10 million. Over nearly four years between April 2001 and October last year Vera Wang Wan Ying is said to have forged 131

Winning looks on $500 budget [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Winning looks on $500 budget LOOKING GOOD, engineer Tay Yue Weng, 29, and property management executive Leow Xing Ru, 24, are the male and female winners of the first Urban Fashion Fix makeover contest held at Plaza Singapura yesterday. During the two-hour event, organised by Urban in partnership with CapitaLand,

Website teaches how to kill foreigners in Jakarta [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Website teaches how to kill foreigners in Jakarta JAKARTA 'We continue to receive reports suggesting that terrorists are in the advanced stages of planning attacks against Western interests in Indonesia. Recent new information suggests that terrorists may be planning attacks to occur before the end of 2005.' AUSTRALIAN travel advisory

Zarqawi threatens more deadly attacks in Jorden [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Zarqawi threatens more deadly attacks in Jorden DUBAI THE leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq, Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi, has warned Jordanians of more attacks and threatened a possible attempt on the life of King Abdullah. In an Internet audiotape, he also said that the group had not intended to blow up

Bush vows to 'stay in the fight' in Iraq [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bush vows to 'stay in the fight' in Iraq OSAN AIR BASE (South Korea) US PRESIDENT George W. Bush vowed to stay in the fight until victory in Iraq, rejected critics' calls for a troop pullout timetable and insisted that progress is being made in Baghdad. Amid turmoil in Washington

90 killed in mosque attacks [ARTICLE]

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90 killed in mosque attacks BAGHDAD Blasts at two mosques during Friday prayers underline growing ethnic and religious divide SUICIDE bombers have kijled about 90 people, shredding Shi'ite Muslim worshippers in two mosques just as the victims turned their faces up to the preachers to hear their Friday sermons. "We

MM Lee to Infosys: Spread excellence [ARTICLE]

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MM Lee to Infosys: Spread excellence Leslie Koh BANGALORE He says software giant can help transform India multiplying its culture high standards THE route from downtown Bangalore to the Electronics City technology park on the 35km Hosur Road is lined with dusty pavements, construction sites and overladen trucks. But at

New charges likely in CIA leak case [ARTICLE]

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New charges likely in CIA leak case WASHINGTON THE prosecutor in the CIA leak case plans to present evidence to another federal grand jury, signalling he may be considering new charges in connection with the unmasking of CIA spy Valerie Plame. The announcement by Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald on Friday

APEC SUMMIT 2005

Apec countries to join forces [ARTICLE]

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Apec countries to join forces Lee Tee Jong Combating terrorism THE leaders reaffirmed their joint commitment in counter-terror efforts, which took' on added urgency after the Bali and Jordan blasts. "We ecridemne^ terrorist acts in the region that took thousands of ftve£ and aimed to destabilise economic prosperity and security

Yudhoyono updates Bush on terror fight [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Yudhoyono updates Bush on terror fight BUSAN INDONESIA has had some notable successes in its effort to root out terrorism but it still has work to do, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono told US President George W. Bush yesterday. Meeting Mr Bush on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec)

One coat, many colours for the leaders [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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One coat, many colours for the leaders BUSAN US PRESIDENT George W. Bush was feeling blue, along with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Australian Prime Minister John Howard. South Korean President Roh Moo Hyun and five others chose gold and Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi picked silver. Leaders yesterday took

Tokyo's spats 'don't help US' [ARTICLE]

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Tokyo's spats 'don't help US' A TOP US diplomat yesterday voiced frustration with Japan's strained ties with its Asian neighbours, saying Tokyo's spats over history with China and South Korea could undercut American interests in Asia. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill said that while the United States has a

'Keep engaging Yangon' [ARTICLE]

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'Keep engaging Yangon' MALAYSIAN Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi said yesterday that South-east Asian countries must continue to engage Myanmar's military junta despite a request from US President George W. Bush that they pressure the regime on democratic reforms. "Our commitment to continue with the engagement with Myanmar is a strategy

KL seeks to resolve row [ARTICLE]

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KL seeks to resolve row MALAYSIAN Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi yesterday offered to do all he could to resolve a row with Thailand over the flight of 131 Thai Muslims to Malaysia. "We want to help in any way we can," said Datuk Sen Abdullah, who held a meeting with

Singapore hopes Apec can help WTO talks [ARTICLE]

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Singapore hopes Apec can help WTO talks Paul Jacob BUSAN PM Lee hopes group's economic clout may break the trade deadlock in Hong Kong next month PRIME Minister Lee Hsien Loong chooses his words lySo when asked yesterday about the prospects for success of free trade talks in Hong Kong

Pilot bird flu project vital for S'pore and Jakarta: PM Lee [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Pilot bird flu project vital for S'pore and Jakarta: PM Lee Li Xueying BUSAN 'The fact that you have Apec where we can talk, can meet and have an agenda together and many bilaterals and side meetings 1 think that's of great significance/ SINGAPORE PRIME MINISTER LEE HSIEN LOONG HAVING

'Big trouble' if terrorists turn tankers into floating bombs [ARTICLE]

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'Big trouble' if terrorists turn tankers into floating bombs BUSAN IMAGINE if terrorists turn LNG supertankers into floating bombs and detonate them in a port. That will spell "big trouble", Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said when he outlined such a scenario to Singapore reporters here. To combat the possibility

AS GOOD AS IT GETS [ARTICLE]

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AS GOOD AS IT GETS Felix Soh RSAF PILOT TRAINING IN U.S. Experts at Arizona base impart war skills tried and tested in Iraq and run realistic war games LUKE AIR FORCE BASE (Arizona) SINGAPORE'S F-16 pilots training at the air force base here are punching the operational en^lope as

Singapore's Top Gun [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Singapore's Top Gun THIS Top Gun is a hot shot, no doubt about that. The Singapore fighter pilot cited by an aviation magazine for his skills in a critical "kill" of an "enemy" warplane during a recent major air exercise in the US is the Top Gun at the RSAF

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China strikes $8.5b deal with Boeing [ARTICLE]

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China strikes $8.5b deal with Boeing OSAN (South Korea) China agreed to buy 70 B-737 planes from Boeing in a deal worth up to US$5 billion (SsB.s billion) before discounts as US President George W. Bush prepared to lobby Chinese leaders today to slash a ballooning trade deficit. The deal

$5b more for quake victims [ARTICLE]

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$5b more for quake victims ISLAMABAD Donors yesterday announced US$3 billion (Sss billion) in new pledges of quake aid for Pakistan, bringing the total to US$5.4 billion, surpassing what the government said it needed to rebuild after the huge Oct 8 earthquake. The pledges came at a donors' conference in

PEACE with separatists WAR on terrorists [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PEACE with separatists WAR on terrorists An accord with Muslim rebels in the Philippines may be key to neutralising JI Marites Danguilan Vitug MANILA IN A policy shift, the US government is now looking at a peace agreement with the secessionist Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) as a key to

Thai military drawn into tycoon's row with Thaksin [ARTICLE]

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Thai military drawn into tycoon's row with Thaksin BANGKOK THAILAND'S military has been drawn into a row involving a maverick media tycoon and Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. The nation's military chief on Friday warned that the armed forces might "take action" if publisher Sondhi Limthongkul continued to involve King Bhumibol

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Membership values at Sentosa swing high SENTOSA Island is getting more exciting waterfront condominiums and bungalows are being built, and integrated resorts will be up and running in a few years. The island's lone golf club is benefiting from all the buzz: Its membership value has jumped from $93,000 to

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Don't miss out on the mega-boom in China Dan Denning Author CHINA is the story that matters most if you are asking what the world will look like after the day of reckoning. In the short term, you have got a bank system loaded down with bank debts and over-investment

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US stocks rally to push S&P index to new high [ARTICLE]

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US stocks rally to push S&P index to new high NEW YORK US STOCKS rallied on Friday, as the main broad-market index hit a 4 V2 -year high, with sentiment lifted by mergers, upbeat earnings news and a fresh drop in crude oil prices. The Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed

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Cosy woody feel inside and out MY SPACE Housewife Lilian Lau, 34, lives with her family in a 1,460 sq ft condominium at Haiq Road. She tells Debbie Swee about her bedroom. "IVE always preferred the woody look, because it feels cosy and close to nature. In fact, my husband

Rising interest rates may lead to fall in Reit prices [ARTICLE]

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Rising interest rates may lead to fall in Reit prices Fiona Chan PROPERTY 'Investors will start to demand a higher dividend yield before they are willing to invest in Reits,, since Reits are far riskier instruments than government bonds and fixed deposits/ MR LIM, on the rising competition Reits face

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Roy Keane Former ManU captain AFTER more than 12 years as the lynchpin of Britain's most famous club Manchester United, the 34-year-old midfielder made a shock exit on Friday by "mutual consent". But mutual contempt might be a more accurate way of putting it. The announcement came after scenes aniiAflßPt

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Tan Chin Tuan Banking pioneer THE former OCBC chairman was as famous for his philanthropy as for his banking achievements. An alumnus of Anglo-Chinese Secondary School, he started his career at age 17 as a clerk at the Chinese Commercial Bank. He became OCBCs managing director in 1942 and concurrently

Chua Beng Hin [ARTICLE]

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Chua Beng Hin Murder plotter HE SAID that his former lover spurned him. Enraged, aquarium shop assistant Chua Beng Hin, 42, hired three teenagers for $500 to gouge out the eyes of shop assistant Loy Say Lee, 30, and kill her. But the three teens were arrested before they could

Sayako [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Sayako Japanese princess PRINCESS Sayako, 36, became just plain Sayako Kuroda when she married 40-year-old Tokyo government official Yoshiki Kuroda in a relatively low-key ceremony last week. Under Japanese law, Princess Sayako, the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, lost her royal status by marrying. She will now

BLASTS THAT ROCKED S-E ASIA [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BLASTS THAT ROCKED S-E ASIA Planning the attack THE group set about dividing tasks. Patterned almost exactly after the bombing of the Filipino ambassador's residence in central Jakarta in August 2001 but with a far larger car bomb many of the same figures were charged with the same responsibilities. Amrozi,

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Bali not JFs first choice: Author Shefali Rekhi THE 2002 bomb attacks in Bali might never have taken place if not for a chance sighting of Westerners holidaying there. In his new book on Jemaah Islamiah JI), author Ken Conboy said JI militants wanted to bomb a US-operated gold mine

Don't call us junkies [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Don't call us junkies IT IS hardly ancient history that video games junkies were lumped together with Internet surfers (how yesterday this term sounds now) as the new enemies of humankind. Parents tore their hair out because these computer freaks would not be disturbed in their bunkers. Meals were skipped,

Why Google Library is good for everybody [ARTICLE]

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Plastic bag charge will do good Leong Ching IN A letter to the Straits Times Forum page recently, one retailer bemoaned: "In the retail business I am operating, I am fprced to give out lots of plastic bags. "Even when buying diapers which are already pre-packaged neatly with carrying handles,

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Oh, how the Indians love to talk! Each page in this collection of essays, written by the Indian Nobel laureate in economics, competes to pay homage to an argumentative Indian tradition, says Asad Latif THE ARGUMENTATIVE INDIAN: WRITINGS ON INDIAN HISTORY, CULTURE AND IDENTITY By Amartya Sen, Allen Lane, 409

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The reactions [ARTICLE]

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The reactions 'I'm shocked that he has left because I thought he'd be there for a few more years. The fans will be upset because they loved him down there, and so did I when I played there.' -DAVIDBECKHAM, Rea! Madrid midfielder 'Every relationship ends and you move on quickly.

What happened on that FATEFUL FRIDAY? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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What happened on that FATEFUL FRIDAY? MANCHESTER KEANE'S YEARS AT OLD TRAFFORD (1993-2005) 1993 JOINS UNITED After competition from a host of clubs, he joins Manchester United for a then-British record fee of £3.75 million (Ssll million) after 154 matches and 33 goals for Nottingham Forest. 1994 INSTANT SUCCESS Marks

PRAWN SANDWICH AFFAIR [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PRAWN SANDWICH AFFAIR Keane hits out at sections of United's support following what he felt was a poor atmosphere in the club's Champions League clash with Dynamo Kiev. He thinks they are more interested in eating "prawn sandwiches" than watching the team. IN 2001, the loose cannon Ro y Keane

2002 THROWN OUT OF WORLD CUP [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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2002 THROWN OUT OF WORLD CUP Announces he will quit international football after the World Cup. When clear-the-air talks with Mick McCarthy descend into a slanging match, the manager sends his best player home.

HAALAND II [ARTICLE]

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HAALAND II Keane avenges Haaland's taunting in a tackle during a Manchester derby. A vicious stamp on Haaland's knee earns him a red card and leaves the Norwegian badly injured. In his autobiography, Keane admits: "I waited until five minutes before the end, I hit, him hard." The Football Association

2003 COMEBACK KEANE [ARTICLE]

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2003 COMEBACK KEANE Written off after recovering from a career-threatening hip injury. But he is again influential as United hold off Arsenal for the league title.

LEAGUE DISMISSAL [ARTICLE]

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LEAGUE DISMISSAL 2004 CHAMPIONS Sent off as United lose at Porto in a Champions League last-16 clash. Misses the second leg as the Red Devils crash out of Europe at the hands of the eventual champions.

LAST TROPHY [ARTICLE]

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LAST TROPHY FA Cup success as United stroll to a 3-0 win over First Division side Mill wall.

LAST KICK [ARTICLE]

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LAST KICK LAST KICK On Sept 18, he breaks a bone in his left foot against Liverpool his last game for United.

2005 MILESTONE BUT NO TROPHY [ARTICLE]

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2005 MILESTONE BUT NO TROPHY Scores his 50th goal for United in 2-0 Premiership win over Birmingham in February. A United victory in the FA Cup final would have given him a record-equalling fifth winners' medal. As it is, Arsenal triumphs on penalties in a game that United dominated.

Warm feeling that turned ice cold [ARTICLE]

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Warm feeling that turned ice cold Rob Hughes HEART OF FOOTBALL Keane, Ferguson cannot bear to face each other despite 12 years together SUDDENLY, Roy Keane is a Red Devil no more. The captain left Manchester United so abruptly oia Friday there was no time to say goodbye, and no

LOYAL [ARTICLE]

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LOYAL After-attracting interest from Inter Milan, Lazio and Bayern, Keane turns down deals reported to be worth 100,000 a week in favour of United's £52,000-a-week offer.

Possible replacements for Keane [ARTICLE]

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Possible replacements for Keane Michael Ballack (Bayern Munich): A gifted midfield player and captain of Germany. He is available on a free transfer at die end of the season but United face stiffcompetition from Real Madrid and AC Milan. Aldo Duscher (Deportivo La Coruna): Midfield hard man who has publicly

KEANE'S FAULT [ARTICLE]

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KEANE'S FAULT United send a letter to fans claiming that one of the reasons for the hike in ticket prices is Keane's wage rise. He brands the club's decision to blame his £52,000-a-week wages for the increase as "a stupid mistake".

Arsenal break their away duck [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Arsenal break their away duck Myles Palmer Plucky Wigan keep Gunners on their toes throughout 3-2wii^i tory at WutMkvJHeTr first away success tM Pfcson once again demonst^pHi. #A Gunners twice conceded n seven minutes of a twolead at the JJB stadium as the hosts showed the fiery spirit that had

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Results [ARTICLE]

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Results Wigan Athletic 2 Arsenal 3 Camara 28, Bullard 45 van Persie 11, Henry 21, 41 Charlton Athletic 1 Manchester United 3 Ambrose 65 Smith 37 vanNistelrooy7o, Bs Chelsea 3 Newcastle United 0 Cole 47, Crespo 51 Duff 90 Liverpool 3 Portsmouth 0 Zenden 23, Cisse 39 MorientesBO Manchester City

Standings [ARTICLE]

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Standings P W D L F A Pts Chelsea 13 11 1 1 31 7 34 Wigan Athletic 12 8 1 3 15 8 25 Manchester United 12 7 3 2 19 .12 24 Arsenal 12 7 2 3 19 10 23 Bolton Wanderers 12 7 2 3 14 H

Playing Today [ARTICLE]

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Playing Today Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United (Live on ch23, 8.55pm) Ledley King (knee injury) is a doubt while winger Aaron Lennon (hamstring) has recovered. Midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker is out for up to five weeks with an ankle injury suffered in their last game. Former Spurs striker Teddy Sheringham

Chelsea bounce back [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Chelsea bounce back Peter Siow All the talk of crisis disappears after 3-0 win over Newcastle CHELSEA are made of sterner stuff and not just empty vessels that make the most noise. Yesterday, they responded to manager Jose Mourinho's clarion call to haul themselves out of the pit with a

Scoresheet [ARTICLE]

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Scoresheet BASKETBALL NBA:lndiana 93 Charlotte 85, Cleveland 102 Orlando 84, Boston 100 Toronto 93, Miami 106 Philadelphia 96, New Orleans 95 Atlanta 92. Phoenix 102 Utah 94, Denver 95 New York 86, Detroit 78 Houston 70, Sacramento 103 Milwaukee 82, Golden State 91 Portland 80, Seattle 98 Chicago 84, LA

Captain Ruud excels [ARTICLE]

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Captain Ruud excels Charlton Athletic 1 (Darren Ambrose 65) Manchester United 3 {Alan Smith 37, Ruud van Nistelrooy 70, 85) LONDON MAYBE manager Alex Ferguson does not have to look far to find a replacement for Roy Keane. Manchester United's travelling fans sang their former captain's name before the kick-off

SEA GAMES

Relax, go forth and shine in Manila [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Relax, go forth and shine in Manila Tay Cheng Khoon THE SPORTS EDITOR IT MUST have been tempting for Oon Jin Teik to predict that Singapore would win 30 gold medals at the South-east Asia Games in Manila from Nov 27 to Dec 5. After all, that was the number

35 golds [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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35 golds Chan Yi Shen If S'pore achieve this in Manila, it will be their 2nd-best away showing A MINIMUM of 35 gold medals. That is Singapore's target for the 23rd South-east Asia Games, starting in Manila next Sunday. The target was announced by chef de mission Oon Jin Teik

Musclemen who strut are not vain [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Musclemen who strut are not vain Nicholas Fang They pose to help S'pore do well in bodybuilding, say two veterans MENTION the sport of bodybuilding and images of narcissistic musclemen squeezed into tiny swimming trunks strutting on a brightly lit stage come to most people's minds. But speak to two

Focused Young lions ready to meet Vietnam [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Focused Young lions ready to meet Vietnam Marc Lim SPORTS CORRESPONDENT IN BACOLOD (PHILIPPINES) WHEN the South-east Asia Games men's soccer competition kicks off in Bacolod City today, it will probably be the biggest international event for the estimated 460,000 population. The Philippines' sugar capital will also host boxing, volleyball

Mardan, Lam are tied-20th [ARTICLE]

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Mardan, Lam are tied-20th ALGARVE (Portugal) SINGAPORE are tied for 20th spot after the third round of golfs World Cup yesterday. Mardan Mamat and Lam Chih Bing fired a six-under 66 in the fourballs, their best round of the 24-nation tournament so far. They notched an eagle and seven birdies

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Obituaries 7 have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. 2 Timothy 4:7 HENG AH JONG Age: 90 Was called home to be with the Lord on 18 Nov 2005. Dearly missed and always remembered by loved ones. Beloved wife: Lee Ah Poh

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Sony to swop unsecure copy-protected CDs BARCELONA IN AN attempt to make up with consumers whose PCs have been exposed to unsecure copy-protec-tion software which acts like malware, music publisher Sony BMG said on Friday that it would swop unsecure CDs for new unprotected CDs and unprotected MP3 files. Sony

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Celebrities to get iPod Nanos [ARTICLE]

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Celebrities to get iPod Nanos Debbie Swee PRESENTERS and nominees at the 33rd Annual American Music Awards will be given iPod Nanos among 50 other trendy gifts. According to Hollywood Connection, the group responsible for gift bags to be handed out at the awards ceremony on Tuesday, the iPod Nano

Games restrictions made easier [ARTICLE]

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Games restrictions made easier VlDEb^n^onsole T feHker Nmtenae leaking it eM^for parents tb~ 1^ srl restrict their kids' access to violent vide&mm&. To be launcn^Piiftyear, the company's new console, called Revolution, wiflH parents to set passwords^P games that carry certain ratings, such as *T" for "teen" or "M" for "mature".

E-sellers losing more to fraud [ARTICLE]

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E-sellers losing more to fraud ONLINE retailers could lose US$2.B billion (Ss4.B billion) this year due to fraud, up 8 per cent from last year, according to a survey released by CyberSource, a provider of electronic payment and risk management products. Companies with online revenues of between US$5 million and

Rise of the machines as Internet users [ARTICLE]

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Rise of the machines as Internet users MACHINES will overtake humans to be the biggest users of the Internet in future decades, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has predicted. In a report, the ITU outlined die next stage in the technological revolution where humans, electronic devices, inanimate objects and databases

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GAME BOYS Melissa Sim NG SOR LUAN THESE guys live the life every teenage boy dreams of they play computer games every day, jet around the world to take part in competitions and even take home a salary for their efforts. On top of that, the seven cybergaming lads from

TEEN CONFIDENTIAL [ARTICLE]

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TEEN CONFIDENTIAL Life can get overwhelming sometimes. But you don't have to suffer in silence. Write to TeenConf idential, and we will get trained counsellors to help you through your problem. Email your letters to stgeny@sph.com.sg

In love — but I still feel so insecure [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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In love but I still feel so insecure Q: I HAVE been in a relationship with a guy for almost a year and he's nine years older than me. The first months of the relationship were great he always said nice things to me and praised me often. He still

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Who says ang mohs are better than locals? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Who says ang mohs are better than locals? Wong Kim Hoh THE E-MAIL INTERVIEW: AD GURU ADRIAN TAN FOR the fifth year running, the Ad Planet Group was named Top Local Agency at the Singapore Creative Awards two nights ago at Suntec City. Comprising eight agencies, the group also came

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Gaming for a living [ARTICLE]

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Gaming for a living A weekly roundup of the most interesting Web discussions by Singaporeans. TWISTS wants to know if Singapore will ever produce professional gamers. He asks because he wonders if parents here will allow children time to practise to reach professional standards. BeUiFeng thinks not. "Singapore, is not

Tainted truth [ARTICLE]

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Tainted truth FIVE HIV-positive blood donors were charged in court recently. This has sparked a debate: Is the law coming down too harshly on these donors? Novarain wonders if the measures might put people off from donating blood. Many others, however, feel that the measures are necessary. jsbn says every

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Don't glorify Annabel Chong [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Don't glorify Annabel Chong DESPITE advice from friends and colleagues, Mr Ignatius Low did not really chicken out of asking "Is Annabel Chong a national hero?" in his column's opening comment ("Doing the unthinkable"; The Sunday Times, Nov 13). He went on to applaud her for putting Singapore on the

Youth may get wrong message [ARTICLE]

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Youth may get wrong message I READ the article, "Doing the unthinkable" (The Sunday Times, Nov 13), with much dismay and anger. Mr Ignatius Low seems to put Ms Annabel Chong on a pedestal for all to admire, and for what? For having sex with 251 men in 10 hours

She deserves second chance [ARTICLE]

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She deserves second chance I COMMEND Mr Ignatius Low for his article, "Doing the unthinkable" (The Sunday Times, Nov 13), on Ms Annabel Chong, who put Singapore on the pornography map in a sexual marathon of 10 hours with 251 men in 1995. A decade later, are Singaporeans more receptive

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lifestyle Sunday November 20, 2005

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ALTARED STATE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ALTARED STATE Wong Kim Hoh A LIFE LESS ORDINARY THE heady scent of lilies and white roses is in the air. Scores of floral baskets line the driveway and the garden of the new bungalow, 10 minutes away from Kuching's international airport. Parked just outside the gate is a RM$3OO,OOO

LOONEY TUNES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LOONEY TUNES JuneCheong Cloying but catchy, cheesy spngs are getting big attention YOU can run, but you can't hide cheesy songs are taking over the airwaves. First, it was Mice Love Rice, and now it's Bu Pa Bu Pa (Don't Be Afraid), which can be heard all over town. Mandarin

SAY CHEESE [ARTICLE]

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SAY CHEESE ANNOYING songs never go away. LifeStyle picks the top five that had us bopping our heads even as we repressed the urge to hurl.

Crazy Frog (Axel F) (2005) [ARTICLE]

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Crazy Frog (Axel F) (2005) What it is: A techno tune by German dance producers Bass Bumpers who remixed Crazy Frog which is the sample of an animated frog emitting engine-ignition noises like a motorcycle starting up with the electronica piece Axel F by German composer Harold Faltermeyer. Cheese factor:

Fast Food Song (2003) [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Fast Food Song (2003) What it is: A bouncy tune by defunct pop group Fast Food Rockers which strings the names of American fast food giants like McDonald's and Pizza Hut in its lyrics. Cheese factor: 11/10. Thei costumes are too bright their smiles too wide an< their songs cheesier

Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum) (2002) [ARTICLE]

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Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum) (2002) What it is: An impossibly catchy but banal song by the Cheeky Girls, a Britain-based Transylvanian pop duo, about their lonely bums. Cheese factor: 12/10. The twins are releasing an album, as yet untitled, next month. Expect more of the same from the opportunistic

The Ketchup Song (2002) [ARTICLE]

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The Ketchup Song (2002) What it is: A cute little salsa-inflect-ed number by the energetic Spanish pop trio, Las Ketchup. MTV features them gyrating sexily on a table top and performing the silliest dance after the Macarena. Cheese factor: 9/10. The sisters' garbling of Spanish with English is just as

Macarena (1996) [ARTICLE]

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Macarena (1996) What it is: The mother of all cheesy dance singles. Spanish pop duo Los Del Rio were inspired to record Macarena after watching a Venezuelan dancer in 1993. The single was remixed in English by DJs Bayside Boys in 1995. Continuous club play created a buzz around the

TERROR ATTACKS [ARTICLE]

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TERROR ATTACKS Kids do the damdest things in restaurants and malls. Here are the five most common acts of mischief kids commit, retailers tell Lifestyle 1 Every venue is a playground Food and beverage outlets say it is common for children to run around in restaurants. Some even play hide-and-seek

RRAT PACK [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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RRAT PACK Lee Sze Yong Reining them in CHILD behaviour experts offer some tips to keep children bekfw 10 on their toes in public. Before leaving the house, set rules for the child so that he knows what constitutes good behaviour. If you are going out shopping, set him a

The kiddie dollar rules [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The kiddie dollar rules Ng Hui Hui Misbehaving kids may be a nuisance, but retailers spend millions to cater to their needs as they bring in cash ASK retailers and F&B outlets for examples of bratty encounters and they readily share a long list. Flutes At The Fort restaurant in

If you can't beat them... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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If you can't beat them... 3 They can't seem to hold their bladder Parents often lament that children will say no when asked if they need the toilet, but will demand for one in the next minute. And when they ask to go, it is usually too late. This happens

PARDON MY FRENCH [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PARDON MY FRENCH Lionel Seah Children are a fly in the ointment if you want corporate success, says Neil French, the ad man from hell who took a lot of heat for his remarks on women in the workplace I'm anti-racism, anti-sexism and everything else. But HI always tell the

SMS classics – 2b? Nt2b? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SMS classics 2b? Nt2b? LONDON "Romeo, Romeo wher4 Rt thou Romeo?" It could be the future of Shakespeare. Dot mobile, a British mobile phone service aimed at students, says it plans to condense classic works of literature into SMSes. The company claims the service will be a valuable study resource.

Wakey wakey, Wikipedians [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Wakey wakey, Wikipedians Mak Mun San Forget blogs. So passe. What's getting Netizens all fired up is online database Wikipedia, where anyone can edit any posting and be an expert PHOTO: If you're already quite adept and comfortable doing research and you use it with your eyes open, it is

A handy Wiktionary [ARTICLE]

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A handy Wiktionary your publications or any of your own achievements is strongly discouraged on Wikipedia. If you do create an article about yourself, it will most likely end up being deleted. Edit war: When two or more contributors keep cancelling out another's edits to an article. For example, when

Oh, he's mv babv [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Oh, he's mv babv Foong Woei Wan Kevin Federline is singer Britney Spears' trophy husband. Who are the other contenders? BEHIND a successful woman these days is... a trophy husband. Look at Hollywood: Singer Britney Spears has back-up dancer Kevin Federline, Oscar winner Julia Roberts has cameraman Danny Moder and

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Birth control [ARTICLE]

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Birth control Gerard Yeo It is about trusting yourself, your body and welcoming your baby into this world as gently as possible' Ms Ginny Phang, a trained hypnobirthing practitioner Hypnobirthing is gaining popularity here as it promises pregnant women less pain, more control and a shorter labour during childbirth EXPECTANT

The pain didn't scare me [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The pain didn't scare me VIRGINIA Ball, 33 (above), is a proud first-time mother, with help from hypnobirthing. She endured a3 ■> -hour labour at Thomson Medical Centre in Thomson Road last Saturday and gave birth to a healthy 3.2skg baby boy called Raphael Josef. She and her husband Michael

CALL ME [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CALL ME RELATIONSHIP MATTERS Allan and Barbara Pease My boyfriend and I have been toqether for three years. In the first year, we met almost every day, did interesting things together and he showered me with gifts. In the second year, we met less and less often sometimes, we met

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Emotional baggage [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Emotional baggage Sandra Leong Seagate boss James Chinco carries an old black bag everywhere he goes. It's his good luck charm, he says FREQUENTFLYER The thing about me is that if I received something on a good luck day, I'M keep it So I cany around all kinds of junk.

My favourite souvenir [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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My favourite souvenir "MY MOTHER, who lives outside Disneyworld in Florida, got me this Disney dollar about 10 years ago for good luck. Back then, I was working at IBM and I became an executive soon after. So I also give out Disney dollars to my friends for good luck.

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Suffer the children [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Suffer the children It's clear now that I'll never have children and be a mother, but in any case, I've since become allergic to kids SumikoTan I NEVER thought I'd say this but I've come to realise that I don't like children that much any more. Take last Sunday. I

More than just a walk in the park [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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More than just a walk in the park ChuaMui Hoong I USUALLY gear up when I walk in the forest, even if it's just a short walk around the seemingly peaceful board walks around MacRitchie Reservoir. I wear long trousers and coveredup shoes. You never know what's lurking in the

Fete, don't flatten the questions [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Fete, don't flatten the questions Colin Goh A COUPLE of months ago, I got a call from the National Library, which I must confess, immediately sent shivers down my spine. My first thought was, die lah, I probably forgot to return some storybook when I was a kid and now,

relax [ARTICLE]

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relax thesundaytimes November 20, 2005

Globetrotters [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Globetrotters Teo Cheng Wee ME MY PET Zoe, Ming Meeka "MY FAMILY may have the most well-travelled pets in Singapore. In the past 10 years, we have lived in five countries. We also seem to have collected animals in each of them. Sorry, we only managed to get the two

Readers' pets [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Readers' pets 'Betty's a fluffy, active and playful puppy. My family enjoys playing with her, brushing and training her. She understands commands like "sit", "paw paw" and "down" Soh Kai Li, six, on her five-month-old female keeshond Betty (left) 'Zen grew up in Australia and he was my source of

An ACS boy who [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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An ACS boy who GHJGFDHD Homegrown singer-songwriter dp t^H* 24 > tells DEBBIE 3WEE how he perfected his Mandarin You w#a student at An-glo-tftese School (Independent) and St Andrew's JmMgr College. Were you a jiak kamnig (Hokkien for Westernised flgtfsh speaker) type or the china (Malay for Chinese speaflr) sort?

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SHORT AND SWEET [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SHORT AND SWEET Writing unconventional haiku poems has made Madoka Mayuzumi a celebrity in Japan Kristina Tom SHE is a former beauty pageant winner, has a regular television and radio show and has been a celebrity in Japan for over a decade. But Madoka Mayuzumi is not an actress, a

HAIKU HISTORY [ARTICLE]

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HAIKU HISTORY Early 12th century: Verse sequences of short classical waka poetry, a form with a five-seven-five-seven-seven syllable structure, appeared. These sequences are called renga. 15th century: Renga evolved into a freer form called kaikai no renga. The opening verse of each is called hokku. Each hokku uses a five-seven-five

THE BEHIND MANAGEMENT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE BEHIND MANAGEMENT JuneCheong 10 things you didn't know about the late management guru Peter Drucker HE WAS the management guru to whom other gurus kowtow, as business journal McKinsley Quarterly put it so memorably in 1996. Peter Ferdinand Drucker, who would have turned 96 yesterday, wrote 39 books in

Drucker books to read for career success [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Drucker books to read for career success Adventures Of A Bystander (1994) Wiley Publishers Hardcover 352 pages U5539.95 ($67.95) from www.amazon.com First published in 1978, this is a revealing autobiography spanning his socialist childhood in Vienna to his achievements in the United States. He writes in the same simple, direct

BOOKENDS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BOOKENDS Kristina Tom READER: Amanda Chong (left), 16, winner of this year's Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award. This is Britain's most prestigious poetry prize for writers between the ages of 11 and 17- She won it for her poem on starving children titled How To Watch A Child

HOT OFF THE PRESS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HOT OFF THE PRESS Ong Sor Fern IN TERMS of style, Michel Faber's writing is plain to the point of boring. But his imagination is almost embarrassingly profligate as these short stories testify. The Rabelaisian horror of Flesh Remains Flesh about a 19th-centu-ry tannery owner's obsession with taxidermy sits alongside

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