MH370: Still an unsolved mystery

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Millions of ringgit have been spent in the search for the missing plane, but it has been fruitless, says Henry Loh. A few days...

What a way to usher in Year of the Goat!

Many are still reeling from the Federal Court’s judgment on Anwar Ibrahim’s sodomy case, observes Prema Devaraj. Happy Chinese New Year to everyone! It was...

Anwar, Altantuya, aurat, Ismail Sabri – Whither justice in 1Malaysia?

By proclaiming that Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan is a credible witness, in the face of the commonsense counter arguments offered by Anwar's defence team,...

Young Writers make their debut

Say hello to the new young writers! Chris Chong highlights a few of the articles produced by participants of the second Aliran Young Writers...

Bersih’s court victory a triumph for justice

The High Court decision to dismiss the Putrajaya's claims for damages against Bersih 2.0’s co-chairpersons, Ambiga and A Samad Said, and 13 other committee...

Unleashing the creative potential of Malaysia’s young writers

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What happens when you put a group of youths in a room over the weekend and ask them to come up with an article...

Taking a stand, making a difference

Beams of hope continue to shine through what seems like an onslaught from the dark side, and new rays of hope have emerged, writes...

On flooding, education and the call to moderation

It is time the federal government sits down with state governments of affected states to come up with a comprehensive solution to the annual...

25, 26, plus many, many more…

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Moderate peace-loving Malaysian are standing up to challenge the misguided and irrational views spewed out by groups such as Isma and Perkasa, writes Henry...

Seeking moderation in a troubled Malaysia

Many Malaysians sighed in relief when a group of 25 prominent Malays recently issued a public statement that called for rational dialogue, observes Mustafa...

Umno assembly: ‘Wow factor’, U-turn and Keris 2314

The assembly held no major surprises – from the prime minister asking where Umno had gone wrong to a call for the 'wow factor'...

Growing intolerance of free speech in Malaysia

There are worrying signs that the public space for freedom of expression is being further restricted, observes Chris Chong. The space to voice out...

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