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Seeking forgiveness to a Ti
Deputy minister’s well-meaning comments miss their mark as public recoils at double standard for Najib treatment.
Wading through uncharted waters of GE15
Demanding for polls during the monsoon season is indeed disturbing.
When the learned take the pulse of the nation
National Council of Professors appears to cherry-pick its arguments after tangling with Tommy Thomas.
When Hadi takes a swipe at Pakatan
PAS leader trying to cultivate political capital with divisive, racist comments that lack substance.
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When a title slips from Bossku’s hand
Sultan of Selangor sends message that honours are only for people who behave accordingly.
Hopeful PAS has faith in a brighter future
The Islamist party should be aware that the route to federal power is not merely about getting extra votes.
When graft casts a shadow over National Day
It is concerning that the corrupt walk around with so much arrogance and display no remorse.
Courting the next general election
Umno president conveniently whitewashing his part in recent political subterfuge to wrest power, undermine judiciary.
When justice is served
Najib Razak did get his day in court despite his expected protest at the dock.
As in sports, nation-building takes teamwork
Politicians must work with all stakeholders, including marginalised communities, to drive the country towards success.
When Dr Mahathir’s GTA sets its sights on Putrajaya
Former PM’s shaky coalition seems to want to drive a deeper wedge between divided communities.
Our 'invisible' vessel confronts a storm
The LCS affair suggests we have not learned any lessons from previous scandals.
The dizzying heights of exclusivity in Malaysia
Co-existence in a multiethnic and multicultural society necessitates tolerance, respect and mutual understanding.
What it takes to reset the Malay political narrative
It is naive to think that politicians of all races do not exploit race and religion for their own gain.
When fair is foul and foul is fair
It gets increasingly challenging to keep track of Tajuddin Rahman's many controversies.
Seeking diversity in Malay cultural fest
Any divisive impact on our diverse society should be avoided.
When belt-tightening is too much for some
The ruling elite seem to think they are above cost-cutting measures.
The sobering challenges of comedy in Malaysia
In a society where a narrow worldview and bigotry prevail, some quarters find it easy to find fault in a comic act.
Sacrificing on Aidiladha and other days
Malaysia’s most vulnerable often find themselves sacrificed on the altar of corporate greed or political arrogance.
Suhakam does not stand for ’Suka Hati Kami’... or does it?
New appointees have turned the agency into a joke.