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Hudud versus sharia law and Islamisation

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While BN is solely responsible for encroaching Islamisation of the country, it accuses Pas for being extremist in its support of Hudud, says Tota. To...

The crude, the bad and the ugly

Mustafa K Anuar takes to task the mainstream media for its appallingly lopsided coverage of the general election campaign. On 24 April 2013, the...

100000 Penangites at Esplanade screaming ‘Ubah’! (Photos)

A mammoth crowd of Penangites gathered in Padang Kota Lama, George Town on 3 May 2013. Our roving photographer was at the scene. Impossible to...

Predicament of 700,000 government pensioners

Potential law-makers standing for elections must stand up for the financial needs of pensioners, urges Mahalingam Kathirasu. The truth is that the government pensioners...

Malaysia can do without Ghani Othman but Malaysians can’t do without Kit Siang!

Kit Siang is a true-blooded Malaysian patriot who has sacrificed his entire life for the good of this nation, says P Ramakrishnan. Tomorrow will...

Janji tidak ditepati

The BN government must keep its July 2012 minimum wage promise to workers, says Charles Hector. With the adoption of the Minimum Wages Order 2012...

An urgent open letter to Indian Malaysians

Tota issues a special appeal to the community not to fall prey to vote-buying, open bribery and empty promises as they head to the...

BN’s memories or PR’s imagination

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We need to ask ourselves whether we want to retain the old way of racial politics or imagine a new, inclusive one, says K...

What would happen if BN continues its reign?

Cheah Wui Jia reports on the GE13 forum that was held in Ipoh which reminded her of Bersih and the need for change It...

GE13: Vote for democratic change

The current status quo of abuse of power, ethnocentric politics, a politicised education system and a suspicious, corrupt government must go, says Ronald McCoy. Malaysia...

The circus came to town

We've seen them. Those buffets and lucky draws. But a menagerie? Pro-change reports on an exhibition of exotic animals that accompanied a 1Malaysia lucky...

Eating all you can … casting your votes elsewhere

Ever wondered what wonders a 1Malaysia free buffet holds? A Penang resident finds out what it is like and comes away a couple of...

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