Umno and the average Malay

In her 27 years as an academic in USM, Aliran's Maznah Mohamad studied Malays in general and Umno in particular. She argues that today,...

Who is Evelyn Salt in PKR?

He or she is the one who spreads misinformation, disseminates disinformation and instigates agent provocateurs to sow dissent and discord within PKR, says William...

Kala Cola

The latest Diwali special advertisement by Coca-Cola in India uses ancient Warli tribal art for commercial objectives, reports Shalini Bhutani. India’s most popular festival...

Instead of ‘absurd’ GST, auction APs

Malaysiakini reports on an anti-Goods and Services Tax (GST) forum held in KL. Among the speakers were Aliran exco member Subramaniam Pillay and Aliran...

The sorry fate of Sarawak’s rivers

The seemingly powerful rivers of Sarawak have been deeply affected by the state government’s unsustainable development policies, reports Tomasz Johnson. It is not...

A travel advisory of the alien kind

It doesn’t necessarily take travelling Malaysians or those in foreign lands to smudge the image of their beloved country. Some people can just do...

What are you fighting for?

That's the question, Shazwan Mustafa Kamal poses to the protesters and those responsible for the arson attacks on three churches today.  This goes out...

The World Conference of The Peoples

There is a growing conviction that we can no longer trust the destiny of life and of the Earth to the heads of State,...

Recalling Gandhi’s wise sayings

A collection of memorable sayings from the man who liberated India from colonial rule, Mahatma Gandhi. You can find more of the Mahatma's wise...

What it means to be religious

Any sense of truth being anyone's monopoly leads to a sense of arrogance and destroys the very quality of truth, observes Asghar Ali Engineer....

Aljazeera’s 101 East: ‘Malaysia – Whose God?’

 Aljazeera explores the Allah controversy with a debate featuring Pas MP Khalid Samad, social activist Marina Mahathir and Abim's Yusri Mohamad. 

Rethink going nuclear

If a temperate country like Germany can be the first country to launch a successful feed-in tariff system based on renewable solar energy,...

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