Category: 2008: 6

Patto’s burning passion 0

Patto’s burning passion

Patto’s widow S A Mary calls for the release of ISA detainees The late P Patto, politician extraordinaire and fighter for the people, believed that one day Malaysia would have a place in the...

Light at the end of the tunnel? 0

Light at the end of the tunnel?

A landmark case is in the Federal Court that has wider implications for the protection of Orang Asli land rights, says a hopeful Yogeswaran Subramaniam.

Working their way to the grave 0

Working their way to the grave

Pensioners who had served with devotion and dedication deserve to be treated better, instead of having to live just around the poverty line, says Sai N S Wigneswaran.

Malaysian citizens have every right to discuss 0

Malaysian citizens have every right to discuss

Sisters in Islam (SIS) strongly protests the extreme actions by Muslim NGOs and political parties in halting the Bar Council Forum on “Conversion to Islam: Article 121 (1A) of the Federal Constitution: Subashini and...

To find just and meaningful solutions 0

To find just and meaningful solutions

The Bar Council is not questioning the provisions of Article 121(1A), which confer Syariah jurisdiction over Muslims on the Syariah Courts. Its  concern centres on the manner of dealing with the current conflicts. There...

Yet more turmoil in Malaysia 0

Yet more turmoil in Malaysia

It is ten years ago since the birth of reformasi on 20 September 1998. Once again, Anwar is due to appear in court – on 24 September. K George recalls the proceedings of the...

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