Media Monitoring

Media Monitoring

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The new toll hike announced by Works Minister Samy Vellu yesterday was duly reported by the mainstream press. Worse, it...

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Malaysia has risen from 113th spot to 92nd place in the latest global press freedom rankings. Not only that, it is now the second...

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The mainstream press is abuzz, and rightly so, with the latest news of the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA), through its investment arm Huaren Holdings, selling...

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I was on the long haul flight home from my much-needed break, from which, I must say, I feel much more “bright eyed and...

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We are heartened that Energy, Water and Communications Minister Lim Keng Yaik has cleared up the haze of confusion generated by Information Minister Zainuddin...

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Information Minister Zainuddin Maidin’s latest salvo on the need for the government to impose control over the Internet is certainly worrying as it may...

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On 28 July, Information Minister Zainuddin Maidin issued a stern warning to mainstream newspapers that appear to him inclined to raise issues that are...

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It is good for all Malaysians that the Article 11-Bar Council forum held in Johor Baru on 22 July did not end up with...

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After a heated debate in Parliament over the textbook or guidebook for the Ethnic Relations course at Universiti Putra Malaysia, Prime Minister Abdullah Badawi’s...

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In the midst of the Mahathir-Abdullah spat and consequent spin-doctoring among the journalistic fraternity in Malaysia, a commentary that condemns the latest book ban...

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The practice of having open houses during religious festivals has become so much a part of Malaysian life and culture that it is almost...

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The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations between Malaysia and the United States, which kicked off yesterday (12 June 2006) on the island of Penang,...

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Charter 2000-Aliran has dissected the proposed bill to set up a Media Council, and its findings are not pretty. There appear to be virtually...

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See no evil, hear no evil… that seems to be the policy of the mainstream English papers when it comes to reporting on...

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The NST on 17 May came up with a refreshing editorial in support of democratic rights in the light of the disruption of the...

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The controversy generated by the disruption of Sunday’s forum in Penang on the supremacy of the Federal Constitution continued to be reported today.The New...

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The Sunday Star on 7 May 2006 published an amazing piece of ‘soap box’ rhetoric in their “Your Say” column. This “Morally Upright Citizen”...

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Due to its subject-matter, we were asked to hold a special screening for Special Branch officers, said director Amir Muhammad of his now banned...

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Today, veteran journalist MGG Pillai is laid to rest. We mourn the passing of this most colourful of characters who regularly fired broadsides against...

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Much water has passed under the Crooked - or if you insist, Scenic - Bridge. Accolades to the Abdullah administration havecome from BN politicians,...

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