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Will the rainbow be a pie in the Malaysian sky?
Government risks alienating sections of society with clampdown on LGBT elements.
PAS snubs while Coldplay fans hot up
Party’s protest only serves to reinforce music enthusiasts’ resolve to attend the band’s concert.
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When Bersatu leaders endorse Malay Proclamation
Move provides good optics in Malay constituencies prior to state polls.
Is Amanah’s wavering stand unpardonable?
True friends are expected to say what is right, even when it is not easy to stomach.
Green wave to submerge Penang’s artificial islands?
Controversial land reclaimation project could potentially benefit opposition.
Opening houses to a divided Malaysia
A Malaysian tradition that promotes interreligious, interracial harmony gets politicised.
Road to EPF is paved with good intentions
Taxi driver knows there is really ‘a larger reason’ for his 300km walk.
Ethics of judges, ministers, investigators
Malaysia’s executive will cement public mistrust if it decides to trample over the judiciary yet again.
Deja vu at UiTM’s closed gates
Freedom of speech is apparently still a pipe dream in Malaysia’s public universities.
What lies ahead for purged Umno politicians?
It remains to be seen if former heavyweights will succumb to Perikatan’s wooing.
The worrisome race factor
Certain quarters have a curious yearning for harping on race and religion.
Why school canteens should stay open during Ramadan
Education Ministry ruling in sync with social realities of multiethnic Malaysia.
How Anwar can avoid accusations of dictatorship
He can start by not following the example of a certain ex-PM.
Why halt bridge-building in diverse Malaysia?
Country’s youth would stand to benefit so much from a programme promoting interfaith understanding.