Judiciary now cowed due to Dr M, says ex-CJ

A former chief justice's observation that the courts have become subservient to politicians in the executive because of Mahathir sparked an exchange in the...

Umno lawyer confirms highway award, says not a ‘deal’ for Perak

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A prominent Umno lawyer has confirmed that a firm controlled by him, and in which the wife of former Chief Justice Tun Zaki Azmi...

‘I don’t want to die useless’

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National laureate A Samad Said believes that if Malaysians choose to keep their mouths shut, doing nothing; then "don’t blame the government. Blame yourself"....

Shooting PM’s own foot

PM Najib can't have it both ways: he is either a moderate or a supporter of Perkasa, says Lucius Goon. I am genuinely puzzled...

The slaying of our sacred cows

Najib is correct in asking for the trust of the "Hindu" (Indian) voting public because for the past 30 years Umno-BN has known exactly...

Penangites answer clarion call

Undaunted by the outrageous display of disrespect by thugs, the Stop Lynas protesters in Penang showed remarkable courage in turning their backs to the...

Seeking lessons from the star-studded debate

In a democracy, dissenting voices are part and parcel of societal life just as opinions in agreement with the government have their rightful place....

RM15.5bn lost in forex market in 1990s

The administration of former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad gambled away Malaysia's foreign reserves in 1992-1993, writes Awang Abdillah of FMT. Former prime minister Dr...

Pro-Umno goons disrupt ‘Stop Lynas’ gathering

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To many today, the BN has lost the plot as this sort of mob disruption increases in frequency, writes Jeffrey in this eye-witness report....

Conference participants reject Sarawak mega dams

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Participants at a recent SAVE Rivers conference in Miri have strongly condemned the Sarawak government’s plan to build 12 more dams in the state....

When the chickens come home to roost

If various facets of Malaysian life are continuously being coloured by ethnic considerations, then we will invariably witness uneasy incidents like what happened at...

The road to Malaysia is sometimes paved with grammatical errors

Many Malaysians appear to be easily side-tracked by relatively trivial issues and fail to see the big picture: we are standing on the precipice...

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