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The students’ raly against price hikes could signal the birth of real democracy if it evolves into a broader socio-economic movement working for the common good, writes Ronald Benjamin.
Malaysians should realise that the consociational model has broken down and all future challenges and solutions should come from Malaysians directly working with one another, says Greg Lopez.
Himanshu Bhatt reports on Aliran’s transition into the digital era as the group’s flagship publication ends its eventful 33-year journey.
Most parents of underachieving students feel out of place at parent-teacher gatherings because they are dominated by certain parents whose children are already doing well, observes Ronald Benjamin.
In our cover story, P Ramakrishnan says the BN government appears to be preparing the ground for GE14 by introducing repressive new laws to tighten the screws on any potential challenge to its rule.