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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.
Political appointments in GLCs smack of the bad old days
Unity government is seen aping what previous administrations did, which is disappointing.
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Has Dr Mahathir’s lifelong fight for Malay welfare borne fruit?
Community remains economically backward after years of affirmative action.
Anwar presents communism-tinged budget
Certain individuals believe that asking super-rich folks to contribute more to society would unleash class warfare.
Why the budget must benefit the people
Federal spending plan meant to look after the interests of all Malaysians, irrespective of colour, creed and political leanings.
When doctor-politicians turn to fear-mongering
Kapar MP’s baseless criticism of Menu Rahmah draws flak from advocates.
Ramasamy lands in eye of storm
Conservative Malays pounce on DAP leader's supposedly racist remarks.
Students need freedom of expression to think critically
Education system does not allow this to happen.
Fines aren’t enough for foul-mouthed MPs
They should get a crash course on decorum, human dignity, women’s rights.
Last-minute postings place undue stress on our doctors
Haphazard approach leaves the public with the worrying impression the Health Ministry is unable to plan ahead.
Why is Gerakan so optimistic about Penang elections?
Party appears to be drawing confidence from 'green wave'.