Even dogs are not spared the wrath of religious bigots
31/07/2014 - 20:00
by Ng Kee Seng
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ANALYSIS: The current political “turmoil” or “fracas” in Selangor is a replay of what happened to PAS in Kelantan in 1977....
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PERSONALITY: Derek Low Eng Tack may not be well known among older Malaysians but he is a recognisable face among the younger...
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FOCUS: A report in The Star Online reads: Hitched 27 times, 18 children, 48 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren....
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