Najjua Zulkefli

Najjua is a photographer with The Malaysian Insight. You can follow him on Facebook.

E-mail: [email protected]


1 week ago

Thousands throng Batu Caves for Thaipusam despite coronavirus outbreak

TENS of thousands of devotees thronged Batu Caves, Selangor to celebrate Thaipusam in spite of the coronavirus outbreak,...

Thousands throng Batu Caves for Thaipusam despite coronavirus outbreak

5 months ago

Love our Malaysia

UNDER clear, blue skies, the spirit of patriotism, national struggle, identity and anti-corruption was on full show at t...

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Love our Malaysia

7 months ago

The vanishing Bateq tribe

A DEADLY measles outbreak in Kampung Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, which claimed the lives of 15 Bateq tribe members, has...

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The vanishing Bateq tribe

8 months ago

Destroying Orang Asli lives

THE plight of the Bateq tribe in Kg Kuala Koh came to light after 14 of them were suspected to have died of pneumonia ea...

Destroying Orang Asli lives

9 months ago

Najib’s big-spending ways laid bare

FORMER prime minister Najib Razak’s SRC International trial enters its 10th day today. The trial was a first f...

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Najib’s big-spending ways laid bare


10 months ago

Lin Dan clinches Malaysia Open title

CHINESE badminton ace Lin Dan clinched the Malaysia Open after an electric performance against countryman Chen Long to c...

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Lin Dan clinches Malaysia Open title

11 months ago

Small town, one big dumpsite for plastic waste

SINCE China banned the import of plastic waste in 2017, Malaysia has become one of the world’s biggest plastic imp...

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Small town, one big dumpsite for plastic waste

11 months ago

Bandaloop takes dance to the sky

FOUNDED by Amelia Rudolph, Bandaloop presents aerial dance and reimagines dance, which activates public spaces, and...

Bandaloop takes dance to the sky

1 year ago

Thaipusam

THAIPUSAM commemorates the day when, according to Hindu belief, the goddess Pavarthi gave Lord Muruga a lance to slay de...

Thaipusam

1 year ago

Cameron Highlands: where Land Rovers go to rust in peace

CAMERON Highlands, high up in the Malaysian mountains and renowned for its tea plantations, is a place for thousands of...

Cameron Highlands: where Land Rovers go to rust in peace

1 year ago

White hot rage at anti-ICERD rally

THOUSANDS of Umno, PAS and Malay rights groups gathered today at Dataran Merdeka in the city centre for a demonstration...

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White hot rage at anti-ICERD rally

1 year ago

Najib, Irwan and ex-spy chief charged with CBT

THE spate of criminal charges filed against former prime minister Najib Razak continued today, this time jointly with fo...

Najib, Irwan and ex-spy chief charged with CBT

1 year ago

Port Dickson decides

THE Port Dickson by-election kicks off today after a 14-day campaign that saw six candidates competing to stop Anwa...

Port Dickson decides

1 year ago

Sentul Depot left to rust

IN 1905, the Federal Malay States Railway (FMSR) began building a complex to house railway maintenance worksho...

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Sentul Depot left to rust

1 year ago

Merdeka 2018 a showcase of unity

THIS year’s Merdeka Day is nothing short of historic, being the first under a new government after Pakatan Harapan swept...

Merdeka 2018 a showcase of unity