Latest Opinions

  • Praba Ganesan / 1 day ago

    Vaccination schedule decides Covid-19 end

  • Erna Mahyuni / 2 days ago

    Blaming Malaysians is not good Covid-19 strategy

  • Surekha A. Yadav / 5 days ago

    The CEO takes umbrage

  • Aidil Rusli / 6 days ago

    Glorious tales of revenge with 'Nobody' and 'Riders of Justice'

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    Government should give clear directions on whether AstraZeneca vaccine is safe for pregnant women ― Yeo Bee Yin

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    I stand with Ain too ― Amir Azfar Shahidan

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    If Muhyiddin is Malaysia’s first wartime prime minister ― Hafiz Hassan

  • 1 day ago

    Breaking peace Into pieces: The shards and shrapnels can only hurt Israel ― Rais Hussin

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    Alwyn Lau / 1 week ago

    When MCO means 'must come office'

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    Praba Ganesan / 1 week ago

    Bersatu’s post-Muhyiddin power vacuum riddle

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    Erna Mahyuni / 1 week ago

    It scares me how many people are scared of the vaccine

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    Surekha A. Yadav / 1 week ago

    Covid-19 strikes back

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    Kamal Amzan / 1 week ago

    Covid-19, beyond numbers

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  • Labour waits for leadership

    Praba Ganesan / 2 weeks ago

    Labour waits for leadership

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  • Of vertigo and the unpredictability of the human condition

    Erna Mahyuni / 2 weeks ago

    Of vertigo and the unpredictability of the human condition

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    Surekha A. Yadav / 2 weeks ago

    Enter Lawrence Wong as leading contender for prime minister of Singapore

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    Aidil Rusli / 2 weeks ago

    My Oscar predictions for 2021

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  • PAS the lamb in Bersatu-Umno spat

    Praba Ganesan / 3 weeks ago

    PAS the lamb in Bersatu-Umno spat

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  • More curbs on the media ahead?

    Erna Mahyuni / 3 weeks ago

    More curbs on the media ahead?

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  • Corruption in Malaysia 'not yet a pandemic'? Really?

    Alwyn Lau / 3 weeks ago

    Corruption in Malaysia 'not yet a pandemic'? Really?

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  • Cheering on Dogecoin to the moon

    Surekha A. Yadav / 3 weeks ago

    Cheering on Dogecoin to the moon

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    Aidil Rusli / 3 weeks ago

    ‘The Reckoning’ and ‘Happily’: Two new genre movies worth investigating

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  • A former alcoholic shares his story

    Alwyn Lau / 4 weeks ago

    A former alcoholic shares his story

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