The authorities should recognise Orang Asli as the natives of the land with rights. Tijah wondered how the MB could make such an assumption without alluding to facts.
The endless complaints about our electric train service and how interns are being misemployed have much to do with perception.
When Mahathir and Anwar are gone this will be their enduring legacy they leave behind.
Politics is the main staple of the Malays. They eat, live and breathe politics. Politics is to the Malays what business is to the Chinese.
One Malay institution after another is being robbed, plundered or scammed by the same Malay leaders who, supposedly, were to protect them.
Cash is not king when it is stolen from others or from public funds placed under your trust. That is stealing, pure and simple.
The inability of many Malays to rise above the destructive rhetoric of old Malaysia’s bumiputra politicians is the saddest thing since GE14.
Perak needs someone who can take the state to greater heights. Jesters, dodgers and pretenders are certainly not on the list.
It is one U-turn after another and peace-loving Malaysians are beginning to get tired of this charade
The one-year period is fast approaching, Pakatan Harapan’s performance will be subjected to greater scrutiny by the people, the media and investors.
Being sandwiched by its larger and seemingly “aggressive” neighbours, the tiny “red dot” has little choice but to arm itself.
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Judging from the “altercation” the long-cherished marketing adage about customers being the king does not feature in TNB’s scheme of things.
According to Moody’s rating, real GDP growth for 2019 may drop to 4.7 per cent after averaging at 5 per cent in past years. It is definitely not a rosy prediction.
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After five months on the job, it is becoming painfully clear that Maszlee does not have a clue as to what is bugging our education system and lacks the wisdom to correct it.
Professor Ahmad Fauzi Abdul Hamid of Universiti Sains Malaysia’s damning statement that Muslims in Malaysia are “slowly but surely becoming radicalised” should not be taken lightly.
It gets a little nauseating when these titled persons insist on being addressed perpetually with their titles.
The project would be a public-private partnership with the army providing the land and the private entity, the finance.
The continued inaction by the government over marriages involving minors is making Malaysia a haven for paedophiles
The decision for Danyal to vacate his PD seat was orchestrated by some people with vested interest within PKR.
Malaysians know the government cannot change a system so embedded in every layer of the society in just 100 days. More time is needed.
The week-long session, August 6 to 13, had been cordial except for the many outbursts from both PH and BN assemblymen.
What Perakeans found most discomforting is the constant bickering over posts and appointments. When will Faizal and his merry men settle down to work?
Najib is no fool. He is playing to the gallery and is using sentiments to influence or perhaps browbeat simple-minded Malaysians into submission.
Faizal is relatively unknown in Perak. Being the underdog he is at a disadvantage but he is young, time is surely on his side.
The Malay psyche is not something difficult to fathom. It is the result of years of indoctrination by a political party that is long on hopes but short on ideas.
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Zaidi’s quick thinking saved the distraught woman from certain death in a watery grave.
The Bill does not specify what amounts to fake news since the illustrations listed in it are narrow and not exhaustive.
Why do they go to South Korea to look for jobs? Is it because of the pay factor or are jobs becoming scarce in Malaysia?
The premise that Kuok became super-duper rich because he was given a concession, a carte blanche to do business is very naïve.
There are laws prohibiting littering but they are seldom enforced, as the punishments do not reflect the severity of the offence.
Only 30 percent of the youths surveyed cared about politics. The rest are more concerned about the economy.
And to claim that only one particular race is responsible for the country’s well-being is definitely in poor taste.
So, what is in stock for us in 2018? There are five official long weekends and 11 public holidays to contend with.
The revival of English-medium schools will not go down well with nationalists who insist that Bahasa Malaysia be the medium of instruction in the country
Had loan repayment been consistent, PTPTN should have, by now, collected RM18.97 billion.
This unprecedented tragedy had brought both good and bad out of ordinary folks
This holier-than-thou stance is not benefiting the nation in any way, and the only people who will gain are the corrupt and the irresponsible.
If his bid is successful Sahid promises to not only widen but light up the whole stretch of the expressway.
Why are such schools so popular with the Malay Muslim community? I’ll offer an answer, it has much to do with religion
Being the host nation we are never short of controversies, the most glaring being the upside-down Indonesian flag printed in the souvenir programme.
I don’t blame the system it is the people behind the system who are at fault.
I may not agree with the views of the group but isn’t the freedom to worship enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?