Isn’t it a pity that S P Seenivasagam should go down in history as such a greatly misunderstood politician after having given his all for Ipoh? Andrew Lin recalls the life and times of the other half of the legendary Seenivasagam brothers.
This is a tribute to peace activists from India and Pakistan for their outstanding work in bridging the international divide between the two countries.
Why have the Taliban been able to “rise from the ashes” and engulf Afghanistan again? Bonojit Hussain visits Kabul to find out for himself.
Up close and personal, Zunar is just a human being – funny, fond of food, humble and friendly, observes Soon Chuan Yean. So why is he so feared by certain parties?
Tracing the evolution of the New Economic Policy into the New Economic Model, Dr Jeyakumar Devaraj presents a critique of Malaysian economic policy plus some preliminary thoughts on the way forward.
The BN has failed to explain the Constitution and the so-called Social Contract to the people, says Hishamuddin Yahaya.
Freedom of Information must mean exactly that: information must be freely available. Regrettably, the Selangor FOI Bill leaves much to be desired, concludes Sarajun Hoda Abdul Hassan.
The widest consultation is necessary to ensure the FOI Act lives up to the expectations of the rakyat, says Anil Netto.
1Malaysia is empty because it is propagated by a government supported by a racially-based party system that is the chief cause of our inability to grow up in our race relations, says Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah.
It is love which completely transforms even a most evil character, observes Asghar Ali Engineer.