Toying with history again in Malaysia

Farish A Noor advises the scholars who claimed that British Malaya was never truly a colonial construct to take a trip to the library....

Penang NGOs deny ‘quietening down’ in state

The "impartiality" of NGOs in Penang, raised in an article in an Umno-linked newspaper that questioned why they have remained silent on many issues,...

Kumar menang pusingan 1 kes peruntukan ahli parlimen

Kes ini telah difailkan ekoran kerajaan pusat menolak peruntukan tahunan RM1 juta ke kawasan pilihan raya yang diwakili pembangkang. Lapuran oleh Ravin. Setelah beberapa...

Shadow cabinet: Do we have one in Malaysia?

In a charged ominous atmosphere where race issues are played to the hilt by the BN, it would be to the advantage of Pakatan...

Christians of Sarawak, be catalysts for change!

On the eve of the Sarawak state elections, Martin Jalleh urges Christians to make it their Christian duty to stand up for the state's...

Sarawakians, seize the moment!

In a clarion call, Martin Jalleh urges Sarawakians to save their state. By their self-determination, Sarawakians should show BN leaders and their political representatives...

Egypt’s class conflict

The present regime is widely seen in Egypt as a state for the others – for the US, Israel, France and the UK –...

The big, bad Indonesian bogeyman

The prospect of a democratic wave sweeping through Malaysia is simply too terrifying for supporters of the status quo over here – hence the...

Penan community’s ancestral land destroyed

Hundreds of Penan facing eviction to make way for the Murum Dam are horrified to learn that the forest in the proposed resettlement area...

Sex, politics and football … again

Every few years, we can't help but notice that substantive discussions on matters of real public interest appear to be sorely lacking...

‘Gov’t misled public over RM74bn subsidy burden’

The federal government "misled" the public when the Performance, Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) stated it had footed a subsidy bill of RM74bn in...

Women march for equality on International Women’s Day

Hundreds of Burmese, Thai and other women from around the world marched through Chiang Mai on 8 March 2011, commemorating the 100th anniversary of...

Keep in touch

8,725FansLike
122FollowersFollow
2,787FollowersFollow
19SubscribersSubscribe