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31 Jan 09:00 PM
PETALING JAYA: Just as the debate on whether the caning of children should be criminalised rages on, another issue has cropped up. A Selangor mufti apparently has come out to say that Muslim husbands can cane their wives with the intention of “training” them. This naturally did not sit well with many women organisations that came out with their...

31 Jan 08:00 PM
ANALYSIS: What more can the ostracised Rohingya community in the country do to protect themselves from being victims of crime? Unfortunately, the Rohingyas are considered stateless in their own...

31 Jan 07:00 PM
QUICK TAKE: Stories of road bullies in Malaysia abound, especially with the advent of social media and the now ever-popular camera phones. Highlighting this ugly side of Malaysians is also a...


31 Jan 09:35 AM
COMMENT: A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way but sadly MIC president...

31 Jan 09:34 AM
QUICK TAKE: When public examination papers are leaked, students suffer and the blame game starts....

QUICK TAKE: It is not very difficult to understand why some top people get very angry with...

QUICK TAKE: In August 2014, a 10-year-old boy was caned 14 times for not completing his mathematics...

PETALING JAYA: Yes, Thaipusam is a festival that causes traffic jams in areas where the devotees...

COMMENT: Fifteen-year-old teens are often full of life, vibrant and prepared to take on anything...

QUICK TAKE: The petition to get the government to endorse beef-free labelling which was highlighted...

QUICK TAKE: George Town never had a sheriff when we still had local elections 50 odd years ago. And...

QUICK TAKE: Forget schoolchildren. The use of handphones or rather smartphones, should more...

QUICK TAKE: Look at this scenario: on one hand there’s a shortage of 800 teachers in Chinese...

QUICK TAKE: If the Umno-Baru mouthpiece, Utusan Malaysia, is now seen to promote an opposition...

QUICK TAKE: A protest by a mob of racists and religious bigots against a Taman Keramat condominium...

COMMENT: At a time when the nation braces for possible economic pressures in the face of plummeting...
31 Jan 06:00 PM
OPINION: I have been wondering for a while now why some Malays are so inse­cure about their religion that they see the...
31 Jan 05:00 PM
KUANTAN: The recent floods which engulfed sig­nificant parts of the East Coast states are not expected to badly affect the...
31 Jan 04:00 PM
QUICK TAKE: Move over, Magnum, Damacai and Sports Toto! My colleagues and I have discovered a new game of chance with a...
31 Jan 03:00 PM
READERS’ COMMENTS: We all know who instigated them. They had no connection with the project; their only intention was to...
31 Jan 02:00 PM
FOCUS: The assurance comes from a Sarawakian, therefore, Sarawakians have no reason to disbelieve. “There should not be any...

31 Jan 02:18 PM
QUICK TAKE: What is common in the mysterious disappearance of MH370 since March 8 and the controversy over the 2006...

31 Jan 12:00 PM
PETALING JAYA: The greatest problem with the sleek, uber-powered smartphone today is that it’s not really all that smart. It...

31 Jan 11:00 AM
QUICK TAKE: Declining oil prices in the global market have prompted many Malaysian companies to adjust their annual budgets and consumers are hoping for a drop in prices of goods and services. But...

31 Jan 10:00 AM
OUTSPOKEN: When Bandar Kuching MP and Kota Sentosa assemblyman Chong Chieng Jen criticised the Election Commission (EC) over its delineation exercise involving 11 new proposed state seats, calling it...

COMMENT: Four years after scoring political brownie points for abolishing the Internal Security Act (ISA), it seems political expediency or perhaps despondency has led the BN-led government to...

QUICK TAKE: Technology appears to have now caught up with prayers and the rituals accompanying it, much to the dismay of some who believe traditions of old are there for a purpose and should be...

ANALYSIS: Dubbed the 'glue' that is holding the Pakatan Rakyat federal opposition pact together with sheer charisma and political savvy or as some see it, as the convenient 'third wheel' between PAS...

31 Jan 09:29 AM
OUTSPOKEN: The non-renewal of the contract of services for the outgoing Deputy Vice-Chancellors at...

30 Jan 09:51 AM
OUTSPOKEN: It was with great consternation that I read, of a ruling party MP having said, that the...

COMMENT: Four years after scoring political brownie points for abolishing the Internal Security Act (ISA), it seems political expediency or perhaps despondency has led the BN-led government to...

QUICK TAKE: Technology appears to have now caught up with prayers and the rituals accompanying it, much to the dismay of some who believe traditions of old are there for a purpose and should be...

ANALYSIS: Dubbed the 'glue' that is holding the Pakatan Rakyat federal opposition pact together with sheer charisma and political savvy or as some see it, as the convenient 'third wheel' between PAS...

OUTSPOKEN: For decades, we watched as Malaysia was overwhelmed by racial and religious extremists....

OUTSPOKEN: 'Je suis Charlie' has become the three most famous words made known to the world...

OUTSPOKEN: It is commendable for the Federal government to react swiftly to revise the budget due...

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