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What reforms in Malaysia look like
Government must be open to discuss certain issues, ideas in the public domain.
Untying the knotty problem of single women
Their needs can be met by polygamous marriage, says a PAS leader.
A graduate calls out the unclothed emperor
Malaysian govt can’t keep ignoring appeals for meritocracy, better minority rights.
Moral fibre in a troubled world
Education plays vital role in instilling humanitarian values in young people.
Relative reality in Malaysian politics
Some politicians are better connected than others, according to Siti Mastura.
Politicians playing new game of leapfrog
Bersatu MPs support Anwar without violating anti-party hopping law.
Seeking errant Orang Asli groups
Unethical parties must be named so that others do not fall under suspicion.
Enough isn’t enough in the Israel-Gaza war
How many more Palestinians have to be slaughtered before the Zionist regime ceases its attacks?
Nothing but ‘sorry’ for Indian community
Pharmacy ad just another hit at local minority without meaningful consequences.
Langkawi MP sees beyond shorts
Suhaimi Abdullah may have a wild imagination on dressing, but doesn’t skirt around drug addiction.
When name-calling does not promote democracy
Usage of offensive words likely to generate more heat than substance.
Tiger won't change its stripes
Censorship board demands have compelled Cannes International Critics' Week winner to disown her film.
The unsettling issue of Palestine
Lasting peace in the region can only be attained when Israel and its Western allies address the root causes of the decades-long conflict.
What's behind Malaysia’s brain drain?
It’s really about our people finding a sense of belonging in their own country.
Giving constitutional protection to nature
Human beings and the environment are inextricably linked.
A deficient democracy
Curbing freedoms of speech and the media should only be allowed for reasons of security, public order or morality.