On the homeless, lack of academic transparency and human trafficking

Perhaps the Tengku Adnan does not realise that the homeless did not choose the situation they find themselves in, writes Chris Chong. The Federal...

Stop the madness! Allow good sense to prevail

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If Aliran founder member Ismail Hashim had been alive today, he would certainly be shaking his head in disapproval over recent disturbing episodes, writes...

Are we proud of the way we react to issues of race and religion?

Fathers' Day should be more than just celebrating the contributions and sacrifices of fathers; it should also be an auspicious moment for self-reflection, says...

The ugly reflection

Instead of admitting to flaws; instead of working to improve shortcomings and revisiting organisational goals in the light of changing times, the tendency is...

Political hooliganism and Teluk Intan by-election

It is disheartening to note that gutter politics has taken hold in the Teluk Intan by-election campaign and elsewhere, says Christopher Chong. In the...

Hudud on hold – for now…

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Many would have heaved a sigh of relief when Pas announced its decision to postpone the tabling of private member's bills, writes Henry Loh....

May Day for Malaysia!

The huge public response to the May Day rally in Kuala Lumpur must have sent shivers down the spine of the powers that be,...

‘You knock out one Karpal, a hundred Karpals will rise’

Guided by principles of justice and truth, Karpal Singh was at the forefront of the struggle to safeguard the constitutional rights of all Malaysians,...

‘All right to use Allah’ in Selangor

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The question many are asking is what is the Prime Minister's postion on this matter and when will he make his stand known, writes...

Irene’s true grit triumphed over a false accusation

Mustafa K Anuar pays tribute to Irene Fernandez and others who have defended the rights of ordinary Malayians. She was initially accused of peddling...

Tragedy of MH370 and Impian Sarawak

The tragedy of MH370 has exposed the Malaysian government’s leadership deficit in handling the whole crisis, observes Christopher Chong. The tragedy of MH370 has...

A disease that could kill Malaysia

It has taken a mammoth crisis like MH370 to expose Malaysia’s worrying state of affairs, says Faisal S Hazis.  A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777...

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