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Ku Li’s gripes about inclusive politics
Umno adviser’s comments reinforce modern perception of anachronistic, divisive race-based parties.
Being Malaysian after all these years
Any attempts to thwart the embracing of ethnic, social and cultural diversity must be stopped.
Deputy ministers go over the top with Veveonah
Putrajaya should now consider implementing national fibre and connectivity plan in Sabah.
Klang Valley mustn’t be left high and dry again
Malaysians yet to learn hard lesson from previous water pollution cases like toxic chemical waste dumped into Sg Kim Kim.
When Zawawi takes the high road
PAS man’s focus should be common concerns around which all Malaysians can rally, not others’ religious domains.
When public outrage cannot be wished away
A mere RM1,000 fine has not settled the problem of a minister's disregard for the law.
Merdeka under the shadow of new normal
Diverse population can – and should – be harnessed into an asset crucial to nation-building.
Project list to account for
In name of transparency, finance minister should disclose all direct negotiations under Pakatan, Perikatan.
What pandemic tells us about Orang Asli
Neglect of indigenous communities goes against special privileges accorded in constitution.
Standardised SOP vital to curb pandemic, injustice
People in power should not flout Covid-19 regulations if all Malaysians are to follow the rules.
Dr Mahathir’s protracted fight against corrupt Malays
Calls to reject graft should be answered by all levels of society.
The unfinished business of doting mum Indira
One wonders if her being an ethnic and religious minority plays a factor in the drawn out efforts to recover abducted her daughter.
Building eco-recklessness on Fraser’s Hill
Fact that tourists love Malaysia's natural heritage lost on developers who equate progress with material construction.
Raising fire alarm at tahfiz schools
More than 1,200 religious schools registered last year yet few possess certificate of fitness.
Why bipartisan aid serves the needy better
To include more groups doesn’t dilute the importance of the government as the primary aid provider.
Calling out ’supremacy' of Malay community
No group that is smug about its corrupt leaders has call to feel pride.
Is GE15 a good idea amid Covid-19 spike?
Voters more concerned about economy, sick and tired of constant politicking.
Much ado about Finas licensing
Communication minister has touched a raw nerve with social media users.
Reputable young Malaysians wanted
Formal politics are not conducive for young politicians as the old guards still cling to power.
For the love of tanah airku
Patriotism can be nurtured in many ways, not just in structured programmes pushed by Putrajaya.