Elill Easwaran

Elill is a journalist with The Malaysian Insight.

E-mail: [email protected]


3 weeks ago

We feel safe for now, say Malaysians in Myanmar

Business as usual for expats, showing little fear despite rumours of major protests.

We feel safe for now, say Malaysians in Myanmar

3 weeks ago

Minister rules out visitors, lion dances for Chinese New Year

Temples are off-limits to all but five committee members at a time.

Minister rules out visitors, lion dances for Chinese New Year

3 weeks ago

MCO 2.0 leaves Mah Meri artisans on Pulau Carey destitute

Tourist-dependent Orang Asli suffering since March as various stages of lockdown bar domestic tourism, travel.

MCO 2.0 leaves Mah Meri artisans on Pulau Carey destitute

4 weeks ago

Online learning drives tablet sales up until stocks run out

Parents compete with civil groups and politicians donating to needy children to snap up devices before shops run out.

Online learning drives tablet sales up until stocks run out

4 weeks ago

EMCO for Simpang Renggam prison in Johor

In 198 screening tests at the centre, 108 have come up positive, says senior minister.

EMCO for Simpang Renggam prison in Johor


4 weeks ago

MCO for two more Sarawak districts

Movement curbs are introduced after cases grow from none to numerous in previously green areas .

MCO for two more Sarawak districts

4 weeks ago

Family provides food aid as MCO 2.0 hits hard

They put out dry foodstuffs in front of their house and invite people to take what they need.

Family provides food aid as MCO 2.0 hits hard

4 weeks ago

More than 250,000 foreign workers tested since December, says Ismail Sabri

Of the number, 4,735 were confirmed positive, says senior minister.

More than 250,000 foreign workers tested since December, says Ismail Sabri

1 month ago

Bosses ignore work-from-home order, threaten pay cuts

Record number of new clusters linked to workplaces which ignore SOP.

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Bosses ignore work-from-home order, threaten pay cuts

1 month ago

Malaysia’s 2-point drop in corruption index ‘small but worrying’

Fall in rank means country not improving in efforts to fight draft, says watchdog.

Malaysia’s 2-point drop in corruption index ‘small but worrying’

1 month ago

KL folk thankful parks reopened, urge self-discipline

Public must also do everything possible to prevent spread of Covid-19.

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KL folk thankful parks reopened, urge self-discipline

1 month ago

We are treated like factory workers, say frontline doctors

They warn the healthcare system has reached breaking point.

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We are treated like factory workers, say frontline doctors

1 month ago

Self-service laundromats allowed to operate during MCO

Only one employee can be present to monitor, maintain SOP, says Ismail Sabri.

Self-service laundromats allowed to operate during MCO

1 month ago

Volunteers must get prior approval to help flood victims, says Ismail Sabri

Police reserve right to stop individuals from crossing districts.

Volunteers must get prior approval to help flood victims, says Ismail Sabri

1 month ago

MCO 2.0 will finish off already depleted restaurants, say groups

They fear many will not survive another lockdown.

MCO 2.0 will finish off already depleted restaurants, say groups