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Mr Human ‘Surendran’ Rights on how M’sia would be a much better place
30/07/2014 - 08:00
by V Shuman
: The name N Surendran is by now synonymous with human rights issues. The lawyer is often found demanding truth and justice for families of victims of custodial deaths and other forms of...
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: The role of non-governmental organisations as a check-and-balance force in a democracy is an evolving concept that takes into account current challenges facing the society. Exploring and...
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by Alyaa Alhadjri
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: And so the political drama surrounding what has been described as Indonesia's "festival of democracy" is (almost) over with the election of former Jakarta governor Joko "Jokowi" Widodo as...
Protasco bets on residential property in south KL
by Gordon Low
29/07/2014 - 17:00
KUALA LUMPUR: The cooling measures implemented by the government late last year have slowed the property sector, forcing developers to reassess their strategies and project rollouts. In the case of...
There is no place for racist police officers
by Theantdaily team
29/07/2014 - 15:30
: Quote: "Sivaraajh said, "I am tired of fighting this kind of racial issues. It’s time we start behaving...
Oversized menace on our roads
by Pauline Wong
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by Ace Emerson
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: There was a time when children would create their own form of play, building fortresses out of cardboard boxes which...
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by Eric Loo
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: Just as we sometimes take on a different self behind the wheel, we take on another persona when we bang out our...
Najib must leave “no stone unturned”, in Malaysia
by Mariam Mokhtar
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: At his first press conference for MH17 which had crashed in eastern Ukraine, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib...
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by V Shuman
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Zero sum game not the way to a better Malaysia
by Cindi Loo
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by Ace Emerson
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: Regardless of whether you realise it or not, your past is following you, in terms of Deja vu moments, phobias,...
Make sure your homes are secure before ‘balik kampung’
by V Shuman
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