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When a communist ghost still haunts
Spectre of Chin Peng rattles some Malaysians even though communism lost its traction a long time ago.
If a parliament is as good as its members
It’s time for MPs to reflect on their recent misconduct, absenteeism.
More women firefighters needed to break the glass ceiling
More still must be done to meet stipulated 30% quota for women in certain sectors.
Band-aid and Orang Asli’s trampled rights
Malaysia needs to stop treating its indigenous people as second-class citizens.
When Netflix is afflicted by parental love
Streaming service rival chief executive looking to play moral guardian for parents who apparently cannot.
Performance, not shenanigans
Economic Affairs Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali needs to prove his worth in cabinet, win back voter respect.
Elections and promises, promises
Pakatan needs to think about what more it can do to keep its election pledges.
When Malaysia’s aviation authority flies south
Time to bring meritocracy into the picture following humiliating downgrade of first-tier safety status.
‘Friendly fires’ in Pakatan harm agenda of change
Continuous infighting gives off bad impression, especially to those who voted coalition into power.
Let us know about Zakir’s extradition before informing India
Foreign affairs minister owes Malaysians explanation why Putrajaya is shielding fugitive preacher as New Delhi prepares to retaliate.
Food for unity thought
Being conscious of religious groups' dietary obligations goes a long way in enhancing mutual understanding and respect.
Backdoor politics of the desperate
Malaysians can do without politicians who pursue their heinous goals under the cover of supposed communal harmony.
Please Dr Mahathir, don’t let M be for mistake
The prime minister's defence of his attendance at the Malay Dignity Congress is disingenuous and intellectually dishonest.
What it takes to unleash Malaysia’s full growth potential
Culture of entitlement nurtured by any particular ethnic group is detrimental to its own dignity, self-confidence, survival.
Azmin, oh Azmin!
Voters judge prime ministers on performance, ability to make good on manifesto pledges.
When Muslim women are perceived as inferior
Despite making great strides professionally, many are still victims of abuse and neglect.
Don’t get upset with Hisham, Umno and co
Anger should be directed at those in Pakatan willing to entertain idea of govt without DAP, Amanah.
UM VC’s sledgehammer response to Malay forum query
Lodging a police report against a student instead of answering questions raised on his involvement in the Malay Dignity Congress is overkill.
Police, Pakatan lose when distrust reigns
Uproar over Tamil Tigers probe comes as no surprise as justice long seen to be lacking in cases centred on race, religion.
Eclipsed dignity of Utusan
The Malay paper's current state is largely due to Umno's interference in its management and operations.
Same old players, same old stories
Malays have long enjoyed favourable policies and fortunes; to say that these are now under threat is a huge lie.
Schooling Malaysia in faith
Missionary schools have always been a bastion of unity in a divided Malaysia, where education is paramount and faith is secondary.
Here we go, again
Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Anwar Ibrahim supporters should look at big picture – souring economy, bleak global outlook – instead of fighting over leadership.