As the word Allah is part of the lyrics in several state anthems, the Prime Minister is obliged to clarify his position on this matter, says P Ramakrishnan.
It is incredulous that Election Commission chairman Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Mohd Yusof is totally blind to facts. But that seems to be his speciality.
By introducing a new Section 203A to the Penal Code, they are going to punish those who expose corruption and mismanagement of the country, says P Ramakrishnan.
The so-called champions of Islam have been very vocal in the issue of Allah. Foremost among them are Ibrahim Ali and Zulkifli Noordin, president and vice-president of Perkasa respectively.
Justice is not served when election petitions are dismissed on technical grounds, asserts P Ramakrishnan.
In a very determined and desperate mood, the Barisan Nasional has bulldozed through a pliant parliament the much opposed amendments to the Prevention of Crime Act 1959.
It is worrying and troubling that the BN government has chosen to return to the days of darkness and abuse.
What happens when telephone and internet services are disrupted for 10 days in your neighbourhood? P Ramakrishnan recounts his frustration in trying to get Telekom to restore services.
We need atonement to free us from this national shame and it can only be achieved by setting up a Royal Commission of Inquiry to solve the Altantuya murder, says P Ramakrishnan.
Ranjit Singh’s ridiculous position that Anwar and Karpal prove their innocence turns upside-down the basic presumption that an accused is innocent until proven guilty, asserts P Ramakrishnan.