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Orang Asli mempertahankan hak mereka, kekal membantah projek empangan Nenggiri

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

Malaysia performs above average in global innovation index

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Women’s football brings cheer to South Sudan

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…

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’

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

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

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

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