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Orang Asli mempertahankan hak mereka, kekal membantah projek empangan Nenggiri

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Tidak ada pengganti bagi kehilangan budaya, rohani dan aspek kehidupan lain Orang Asli yang tidak ketara.

Malaysia performs above average in global innovation index

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Despite a drop of three places from 2020, Malaysia took third place among 34 upper middle-income economies.

Rasuah Busters face uphill task in wiping out corruption

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It is the concentration of power in the hands of a small band whose moral and religious values have evaporated that has brought us to where we are.

Government-opposition MoU: Winners and losers

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It looks as if Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob will have the last laugh.

Remembering Gan Kong Hwee – dedicated teacher, loving father, Aliran’s silent stalwart

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Kong Hwee's message lives on: Be courageous and dare to venture forth, put in the effort unhesitatingly, and keep learning new skills.

Drop latest changes to MM2H scheme

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Give the foreign retirees a break and spare the local economy.

Why should we leave Malaysia? The power to change lies in our hands

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Let us work for a nation where all will have a bright future. Change is in our hands.

As despair shrouds Malaysia, watch out for Youth Power

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Are we at the cusp of a youth-driven movement for change?

Women’s football brings cheer to South Sudan

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South Sudan’s foray into women’s football may seem like a small step, but it brings immense joy to the people here.

Yesterday, today and tomorrow…

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As change remains constant and regardless of how we adapt, the climate change crisis will pose a more significant threat to our planet.

NGO Sabah berusaha dalam misi ‘tiga M’

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Objektifnya ialah untuk menghapuskan buta huruf antara anak-anak tidak didokumentasi.

Displaced by dams: It’s not just the compensation and short-term jobs…

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Essentially, no compensation is possible for the cultural, spiritual and other intangible losses of the Orang Asli.

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