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  • When resignation is not an option for Dr Mahathir — Rais Hussin

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    When resignation is not an option for Dr Mahathir — Rais Hussin

    FEBRUARY 21 — “All things that do not kill you can only make you strong,” the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche is known to have said. In calling for the resignation of...

  • The EAC should act fast on the G25 agenda — Ramon Navaratnam

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    The EAC should act fast on the G25 agenda — Ramon Navaratnam

    FEBRUARY 21 — Most fair-minded and thinking Malaysians, and especially non-Malay Malaysians, will enthusiastically support the Group of 25, for their bold agenda for action by...

  • Dr Mahathir and the grand coalition — Liew Chin Tong

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    Dr Mahathir and the grand coalition — Liew Chin Tong

  • It’s our job to fix Malaysia — Dan Ling

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    It’s our job to fix Malaysia — Dan Ling

  • Not again! Racist advertisements must stop! — Pusat KOMAS

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    Not again! Racist advertisements must stop! — Pusat KOMAS

  • Anti-fake News Act 2018: A comparative impact of the Act, deterrence or rehabilitation approach? — Nurul Hafidzah Hassan

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    Anti-fake News Act 2018: A comparative impact of the Act, deterrence or rehabilitation approach? — Nurul Hafidzah Hassan

  • Learning from Sabah’s massive seizure to save beleaguered pangolins — Kanitha Krishnasamy

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    Learning from Sabah’s massive seizure to save beleaguered pangolins — Kanitha Krishnasamy

  • In perspective ― honesty and moral courage desperately required! ― Lee Yew Meng

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    In perspective ― honesty and moral courage desperately required! ― Lee Yew Meng

  • Defamed and denigrated judiciary must be cleansed — P. Ramakrishnan

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    Defamed and denigrated judiciary must be cleansed — P. Ramakrishnan

  • Why Parti Sosialis Malaysia should lift Semenyih: A reply to Rais Hussin — Arveent Kathirtchelvan

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    Why Parti Sosialis Malaysia should lift Semenyih: A reply to Rais Hussin — Arveent Kathirtchelvan

  • Porcupine Rendang: Pos Malaysia, what are you thinking of? — Amar Singh HSS

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    Porcupine Rendang: Pos Malaysia, what are you thinking of? — Amar Singh HSS

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  • Constitutional amendments: The bigger picture — Puthan Perumal

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    Constitutional amendments: The bigger picture — Puthan Perumal

    JANUARY 16 — Recently there has been much debate on whether Bersatu’s decision to accept former Umno MPs was the right thing to do. Have you wondered why is it that these Umno...

  • Do your work and deliver what needs to be delivered — Muhammad Kamil Muhammad Amir

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    Do your work and deliver what needs to be delivered — Muhammad Kamil Muhammad Amir

    JANUARY 16 — “ I was unceremoniously sacked without any professional reason after less than a week on the job, when they found out who my father was.” “I was obviously...

  • Inquest should go from the known to the unknown, not the other way! ― Ravinder Singh

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    Inquest should go from the known to the unknown, not the other way! ― Ravinder Singh

    FEBRUARY 14 ― As a layperson I am puzzled why the inquest into fireman Adib's death is not starting with enquiry into the nature of the injuries sustained by him, ie. by...

  • Stop harping on ‘fake’ degrees — Stephen Ng

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    Stop harping on ‘fake’ degrees — Stephen Ng

    FEBRUARY 13 — Malaysian politics has reached unhealthy state when, instead of focusing on the real economic issues, politicians from both sides of the political divide are...

  • Explaining the adjournment of Najib Razak’s trial — New Sin Yew

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    Explaining the adjournment of Najib Razak’s trial — New Sin Yew

    FEBRUARY 12 — There has been a lot of discussion on Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s trial being adjourned indefinitely. I think the media reporting on the court proceedings doesn’t...

  • ‘Mahathir still living in the shadow of Lee Kuan Yew ?’ Give Malaysia a break — Rais Hussin

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    ‘Mahathir still living in the shadow of Lee Kuan Yew ?’ Give Malaysia a break — Rais Hussin

    FEB 12 — If geography is destiny, all small countries connected to bigger hinterlands must know how to conduct their diplomacy with bigger neighbors with poise, tactfulness and...

  • Organ donation: Pledging to save lives — Eyman Hadi Abd Manaf

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    Organ donation: Pledging to save lives — Eyman Hadi Abd Manaf

    FEBRUARY 11 — Nowadays, the word hero is synonymous with characters from the Marvel or DC cinematic universe. However, not all heroes don tight spandex and knock out...

  • Facing Semenyih: Are the genres of the late Tan Sri P. Ramlee pro reform? — Rais Hussin

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    Facing Semenyih: Are the genres of the late Tan Sri P. Ramlee pro reform? — Rais Hussin

    FEBRUARY 11 — The constituency of Semenyih is atypical of Malaysia in the 1950s. Or, Malaya, to be more precise. Three major races, Malays, Chinese and Indians working hand in...

  • Is the middle finger that threatening to the nation as compared to the racial rhetoric and religious scourge? — P. Ramakrishnan

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    Is the middle finger that threatening to the nation as compared to the racial rhetoric and religious scourge? — P. Ramakrishnan

    FEBRUARY 9 — It is befuddling to a discerning mind why Siti Kasim is being targeted by the police over a matter that occurred two-and-a-half years ago! It is baffling that the...

  • Does Malaysia need a foreign policy doctrine? — Julia Roknifard

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    Does Malaysia need a foreign policy doctrine? — Julia Roknifard

    FEBRUARY 9 — It has been nine months since Pakatan Harapan came to power in Malaysia — enough time to bring a baby to full term. Alas, Malaysia did not give birth to a foreign...

  • Treat traffic offenders as ‘criminals’ — Narinder Pal Singh

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    Treat traffic offenders as ‘criminals’ — Narinder Pal Singh

    FEBRUARY 8 — The recent announcement by the Minister of Transport to do away with discounts for fines imposed on traffic offenders is indeed overdue. The maximum fine of RM300...

  • Probing deeper into our ‘preferences’ — Joyce Shamini

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    Probing deeper into our ‘preferences’ — Joyce Shamini

    FEBRUARY 7 — I refer to Alywin Lau’s Opinion piece titled “Why ‘Chinese (or Indian or Malay) only’ rooms for rent aren’t racist”. I agree to a certain extend that...

  • Remembering Tunku on his 116th birthday — M. Santhananaban

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    Remembering Tunku on his 116th birthday — M. Santhananaban

    FEBRUARY 7 — I applaud the learned Professor Shad Faruqi’s illuminating piece on “Tunku Abdul Rahman’s enduring legacy”  carried by a newspaper recently. Living...

  • Responsible Privatisation: A new model for Malaysian business — Geoffrey Williams

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    Responsible Privatisation: A new model for Malaysian business — Geoffrey Williams

    FEBRUARY 7 — The prospect of a new wave of privatisation in Malaysia was raised in the first Pakatan Harapan (PH) budget when Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng proclaimed: “The...

  • Do not point finger at medical assistants over shutting of 1Malaysia clinics — Geeta Lingam

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    Do not point finger at medical assistants over shutting of 1Malaysia clinics — Geeta Lingam

    FEBRUARY 7 — I wish to comment on a report regarding the shutting of some Klinik 1Malaysia clinics. The report carried an interview with the Deputy Health Minister as he defends...

  • MPs can help change the cancer story — The Cancer Care Working Group

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    MPs can help change the cancer story — The Cancer Care Working Group

    FEBRUARY 4 — “Cancer affects us all”, “cancer has touched every corner of our society” or “everyone knows someone with cancer” are familiar phrases which have become...

  • Malaysia must end female genital mutilation — Asian Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women

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    Malaysia must end female genital mutilation — Asian Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women

    FEBRUARY 4 — Malaysia should ban female genital mutilation/ cutting (FGM/C), and work with health and religious authorities, and the community to end the practice immediately....

  • Response to statement on PeKa B40 healthcare protection scheme — Citizens’ Health Initiative

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    Response to statement on PeKa B40 healthcare protection scheme — Citizens’ Health Initiative

    FEBRUARY 4 — Citizens’ Health Initiative (CHI) commends the Health Minister for his statement responding to public feedback on the PeKa B40 healthcare protection scheme, and...

  • Everyone must play their part to reduce the burden of cancer — Health Ministry

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    Everyone must play their part to reduce the burden of cancer — Health Ministry

    FEBRUARY 4 — World Cancer Day is a global initiative to unite communities across the world in the war against cancer. It is celebrated on Feb 4 annually with the aim of avoiding...