2008 Web Specials

2008 Web Specials

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Now that Southeast Asia seems to be on the verge of yet another economic crisis instigated by the global energy crisis, will there be...

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Toni Kasim, who passed away today, will be remembered for her passion for human rights and equality, writes Kohila of Jerit. Her perspective on...

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Mahathir’s departure is the latest and clearest signal that the Umno-Mahathir-Abdullah trinity, hegemonic up to the general election of April 2004, has crumbled, observes...

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A regional press freedom watchdog, Seapa, has highlighted the case of a Singaporean-American lawyer who has been charged in a Singaporean court for...

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Migrant rights activists from the region have noted a number of important shortcomings in the Asean Declaration which they hope the regional body will...

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It is time we stopped blaming women for rape, says Cecilia Chan after reading about a proposal to change the type of uniform worn...

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It is apparent that, for more than 50 years, Umno had successfully hoodwinked the simple, trusting rural Malays. Umno has successfully used RTM...

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The plight of the Malay-Muslims in southern Thailand is no different from the appeal of non-Malay and non-Muslim minorities in Malaysia and Indonesia: "Listen...

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Why should migrant workers undergo mandatory health testing by private firm Fomema when expatriates and other classes of foreigners are not tested? Isn't this...

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Dr Jeyakumar Devaraj has questioned the rationale behind the Supplementary Budget Estimate of RM18.7 billion and called on the Health Ministry to stop promoting...

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