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Ignoring history means Malaysia risks losing its soul
It is time we expose the young to a more inclusive narrative about the country’s past.
Why would prostitution be ‘halal’ for foreigners?
An actor’s suggestion pushes us to question our beliefs about them.
The Dubai movers
Would our politicians have had time to fly all the way to another country to plan a coup?
Amanah to serve diverse Malaysians
Party takes vital step towards forging moderate, just, progressive, harmonious Malaysia.
All too easy to apologise after offending Indians
When will the community be treated with more consideration?
Dangerous icing on the cake
When it comes to not offending racial, religious sensitivities in Malaysia, superficial appearances matter.
Cabinet reshuffle raises racial concerns
Chosen must be answerable to all Malaysians, regardless of ethnicity, religion.
Too many parties fighting over small Indian pie
Community remains marginalised despite pledges to improve its socio-economic status.
When attire falls short of official expectations
Having to ‘dress properly’ before seeking assistance from authorities during emergencies is shocking.
What makes a party ‘truly Malay’?
Malaysia’s multiethnic, multireligious, multicultural make-up cannot be denied.
Perikatan’s Kemaman win raises crucial questions
Is PAS’ Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar able to lead his party to Putrajaya?
‘Sexy’ dance in Buddhist temple rattles Kelantan politicians
Siamese community caught in crossfire between PKR and PAS.
What reforms in Malaysia look like
Government must be open to discuss certain issues, ideas in the public domain.
Untying the knotty problem of single women
Their needs can be met by polygamous marriage, says a PAS leader.
A graduate calls out the unclothed emperor
Malaysian govt can’t keep ignoring appeals for meritocracy, better minority rights.
Moral fibre in a troubled world
Education plays vital role in instilling humanitarian values in young people.
Relative reality in Malaysian politics
Some politicians are better connected than others, according to Siti Mastura.
Politicians playing new game of leapfrog
Bersatu MPs support Anwar without violating anti-party hopping law.