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Addressing the #undirosak detractors — Hafidz Baharom

FEBRUARY 20 — Since Pakatan Harapan’s prime minister in waiting has announced that the manifesto launch has been delayed to reassess their promises, I shall now restart the campaign of...

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After-effects of the Malaysian Indian Blueprint — Krishnan Maniam

FEBRUARY 20 — After years of brainstorming and research involving creditable individuals and organisations, the government launched a comprehensive 10-year plan for Malaysian Indians in the...

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A clear mockery of the Explosives Act — Consumers’ Association of Penang

FEBRUARY 19 — Consumers’ Association of Penang has been reminding various relevant authorities about the violations of the Explosives Act for more than two decades but these calls have...

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Dogged by cultural fears — Tunku Zain Al-‘Abidin

February 16 — For as long as I can remember, I have disliked dogs. It must have been triggered by some childhood incident, because I feared and loathed them as a kid, and until today I am...

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Pakatan’s regression to Mahathirism — Calvin Sankaran

FEBRUARY 14 — Ayn Rand, the American philosopher-novelist and a cult figure among the tech industry titans, was violently opposed to compromises. In her magnum opus, Atlas Shrugged, she...

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More News

The Chinese dilemma — Lim Sue Goan

No humour in a burning building — Dharm Navaratnam

Adelina was one of the voiceless — Azrul Mohd Khalib

Our clarification on Pekema’s statement — Proton

Adelina’s death: Strengthen protection for migrant labours — Steven Sim

The stories of Sofia, Adodi, Lola and Aje — Khoo Ying Hooi

Malaysia is de-programming terrorists’ brains, the US could learn a lot from this — Joseph Hammond

Drop in Malaysia’s IP ranking reversible — Galen Centre

Pyeongchang Olympics: A new cornerstone for peace and prosperity — Shamshad Akhtar

Mapping the ideal Malaysia — Tunku Zain Al-‘Abidin

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