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Malaysians are hoping the PM’s message of moderation and understanding is reflected on the ground, writes Prema Devaraj.
Aliran Monthly, the magazine which provided independent alternative journalism in Malaysia long before the internet became popular, has printed its final issue after 33 eventful years, writes Himanshu Bhatt.
The badly battered and tattered judiciary is on trial today.
The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0) calls upon the Election Commission to be fully transparent in its announcements on the delineation exercise.
How repressive and stigmatised is our society that something as meek as this can be seen as threatening to a significant segment of the population, wonders Nicholas Chan.
The government and the MMA could curb the spread of contagious diseases by opening up accessibility to medical treatment and health care for all, without discrimination, says Angeline Loh.