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Free rides that lead you to more questions
Public transport needs more than taxpayer-funded publicity stunts to boost passenger numbers.
When the milk of human kindness runs dry
It is inhumane, not to mention illogical, to turn flood disasters into tourist attractions.
Najib goes off track with train ride
Is there more than meets the eye behind MRT ‘joyride’ invitation?
When Orang Asli cultural traditions are reduced to mere artefacts
Tenaga Nasional mini gallery initiative seems mere tokenism to appease affected indigenous communities from dam project.
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Much ado about Bon Odori
Malaysians question whether PAS’ objection to Japan festival is an attempt to burnish Islamic credentials prior to GE15.
Suhakam sans commissioners
Absence of guiding hand in human rights sets an ominous tone for nation’s commitment to protecting people.
How to make corruption ugly to Malaysian youth
Integrity course aside, politicians and civil servants cannot be unsavoury role models.
Dzulkefly Ahmad exits to make a difference in Malaysian politics
Paving way for young leaders a breath of fresh air.
Seeking truth and compassion in UUM
Institution of higher learning must not deny grieving father's search for truth and closure.
Unmask the corrupt who exploited pandemic for own gain
Those who benefited from suffering of others must be punished.
When food can’t be bought, even with money
Short-term gains should not bedazzle us into believing sustenance can always be purchased.
Beyond the call to end racial politics
The likes of Bersatu’s Saifuddin Abdullah can help tackle discrimination with tangible measures.
When a debate takes the cake
Najib becomes social media’s Marie Antoinette for comments about economy, benefits for the poor.
Police escort to show the world one has arrived
Certain sections of powers-that-be tend to blur line separating state from private domain.
Why the ‘Anwar v Najib’ debate must go on
Critics wonder why opposition leader chose convicted ex-PM as sparring partner.
Costly display of Sabah’s intent to progress
Accomplished development projects are the best testimony to a sitting government’s good intention.
The making of lajak cyclists
Youngsters flaunt acrobatics that evoke shock, horror and anger among the public.
Pitching a tent big enough for the general election
The thought of unity seems to be a pipe dream for a Pakatan coalition beset by bickering and indecision.
Education Ministry fails test of transparency
Officials' failure to appear before select committee to answer allegations of recycled exam questions disrespectful, disturbing.
A hunger for respect and understanding in Ramadan
Fasting should not cause hardship to non-Muslims, especially in a diverse society such as ours.
Proponents of anti-party hopping should not face hurdles
It is time that ‘hoppers’ themselves get properly identified.