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A head buried in sand raises two flags in hand
Malaysians offer solidarity and assistance to each other amid collective outrage at the government’s mishandling of the pandemic.
Durian treat gone thorny for deputy speaker
People expect SOP to be applied equally to all, irrespective of social status.
When desperation grips Malaysians
Comprehensive long-term strategy needed to save people from stress, despair, low self-esteem.
Why all these senseless Covid-19 thresholds and rules?
If the virus doesn’t kill us, then illogical standards and orders will push us over the edge.
What ails the medical profession?
Racial, religious bias must not be allowed to seep into and poison prosocial calling.
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Don’t worry, voters aren’t so easily fooled, Hadi
PAS president's warning to voters not to be taken in by Pakatan is noted.
A phrase waiting to be defined as soon as possible
‘ASAP’ has become bone of contention among politicians that revolves around the nagging question of when Parliament should be reconvened.
Stopping influence peddling in Malaysian judiciary
Chief justice’s move to get authorities to investigate claims involving senior lawyer should be lauded.
A logo is only as good as its owner
Pakatan must build strength and solidarity instead of bicker over which symbol to use in elections.
Short-sightedness of eye specialist Muhaya
Doctor's ill conceived video encouraging women to play dumb to attract men is a disservice to female gender.
Ramli Ibrahim ban a misstep by university
Public education institutes depriving students of exposure to apparently undesirable cultures.
Eagerly awaiting the reopening of Parliament
Calls for house to reconvene heard by members of the executive, albeit with contrasting responses.
Banking on compassion and help during lockdown
Some people have been made jobless, have their pay cut or are struggling to make ends meet.
A plea for humanitarian care for migrants
After breaking its word not to arrest them last year, the govt is poised to round up illegal visitors once more as part of full lockdown measures.
Prasarana boss goes out with a bang
With all the noise surrounding Tajuddin's sacking, it's easy to lose track of the real issues.
When Prasarana boss goes off the rails
Tajuddin Abdul Rahman’s public misconduct jars with gravity of crash involving 213 passengers.
The art of dealing with pandemic challenges
For some people, creative responses are their way of coping with their frustrations, anger and despair.
Jakoa top post for Orang Asli’s needs
The candidate must understand and recognise the issues that are vital to the identity and existence of the indigenous.
Accounting for Palestinian aid
Should one ask 'difficult' questions such as whether the money one donates will reach the intended recipients?
Rina Harun the ‘acting’ minister
Cabinet member's portrayal of a Foodpanda delivery rider in Raya ad leaves a bad taste in the mouth.
A case for lawmakers to meet
Apart from scrutinising government spending, MPs also need to address pressing matters, especially those concerning Covid-19.
Where’s the transparency in the 1MDB case?
Putrajaya’s actions in 1MDB recovery process raises many questions.