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Pupils, too, should have a right to protest
National School Walkout Day a cry for education reform in wake of revelations of sexual harassment, period spot checks.
Mutton briyani, butter chicken raise the roar in Three Tigers
Delicious meals made complete with a surprisingly good glass of iced lemon tea.
The lowest common denominator trap
Beware politicians who appeal to the masses as they may compromise individual principles.
Hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin – a case of sabotage?
Malaysia’s vaccine strategy should not be stand-alone, doctors should look at paths less travelled.
All ready to move away from exam-oriented education
Abolishing national benchmarking exams at the early stages is the way to go.
The trouble with DAP recently
Ronnie Liu may have set the cat among the pigeons, but his arguments ring true for direction of opposition party.
Is DAP at a crossroads?
Whether loyalties to the ‘dream team’ hold, or whether the party will see a leadership shift, remains to be seen.
Satire and its place in society
Satire, as a literature genre, is not to be confused with publications that directly incite violence.
Rethinking welfare work from elected reps
Lawmakers have some legislative power to alleviate poverty, provide jobs and economic security.
Turkish flavours to please at Istanbul Cafe
Kebab with a healthy dollop of yoghurt a real crowd pleaser.
Sincere political will to combat racism is needed
Government doing little to foster national unity or solve divisive issues.
Seed, food and farmers’ rights
New Seed Bill could adversely affect smallholders, restricting what they can grow and how they can sell it.