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  • 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

    JANUARY 16 — At a time we are rendered speechless by the actions of our people, we fail to find the right adjectives to describe our shock. One such occasion happened to me when...

  • 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

  • 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

  • Stop harping on ‘fake’ degrees — Stephen Ng

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    Stop harping on ‘fake’ degrees — Stephen Ng

  • 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

  • ‘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

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

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

  • 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

  • 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

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

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    Does Malaysia need a foreign policy doctrine? — Julia Roknifard

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  • 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...

  • What have we learnt? Hundredth-year commemoration of World War I — Wong Soak Koon

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    What have we learnt? Hundredth-year commemoration of World War I — Wong Soak Koon

    FEBRUARY 3, — On Nov 11, 2018, the 100-year commemoration of the Armistice, which ended World War I, was celebrated with much pomp and ceremony in Paris. French President...

  • PH government needs to optimise public funds — Mohamed Rafick Khan Abdul Rahman

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    PH government needs to optimise public funds — Mohamed Rafick Khan Abdul Rahman

    FEBRUARY 2 — Salam Datuk Seri Dzulkefly Ahmad and Lim Guan Eng, Recently, the government announced two initiatives focused on the golden child, i.e. the B40 group. These are the...

  • WHO Bulletin anti-palm oil article misleading, confusing and biased  ― Wong Ang Peng

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    WHO Bulletin anti-palm oil article misleading, confusing and biased ― Wong Ang Peng

    FEBRUARY 2 ― Putrajaya’s demand (as reported on February 1, 2019) for an article published in WHO Bulletin on January 8, 2019 to be retracted is long, but necessary, in...

  • Time to end repressive laws ― Gurdial Singh Nijar

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    Time to end repressive laws ― Gurdial Singh Nijar

    FEBRUARY 1 ― Last week the de facto Law Minister Datuk Liew Vui Keong announced that a large number of laws (100) will be abolished or amended at the next Parliamentary sitting...

  • Squeamish reality about circumcising girls in Malaysia — Majidah Hashim

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    Squeamish reality about circumcising girls in Malaysia — Majidah Hashim

    FEBRUARY 1 — Baby girls: To circumcise or not to circumcise — that is the question. One of the most enduring arguments to perpetuate female circumcision in Malaysia is that...

  • You can’t rent out property with a ‘racial preference’ and still want ICERD — Hafidz Baharom

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    You can’t rent out property with a ‘racial preference’ and still want ICERD — Hafidz Baharom

    JANUARY 31 — Landlords are coming out saying that they should have a choice of who to rent their properties to. On the other hand, some of those wanting to be allowed to list...

  • D Day on March 2 in Semenyih — Rais Hussin

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    D Day on March 2 in Semenyih — Rais Hussin

    JANUARY 31 — With 68 per cent of the Malay constituencies in Semenyih, the by election on March 2, 2019, would be spun by Umno and PAS as the key to their strategic return to...

  • The NACP is commendable but we hope its implementation is effective! — Ramon Navaratnam

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    The NACP is commendable but we hope its implementation is effective! — Ramon Navaratnam

    JANUARY 30 — The National Anti-Corruption Plan (2019-2023) is highly commendable and very welcome by all honest Malaysians. The Government and all those who formulated this...

  • China's moral leadership essential in Asian Century — Patriot and G25

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    China's moral leadership essential in Asian Century — Patriot and G25

    JANUARY 29 — The recent Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report regarding senior Chinese officials offering to bail out 1MDB and derail investigations into the alleged corruption in...

  • Understanding Islam in Malaysia — Suzana Md Samsudi

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    Understanding Islam in Malaysia — Suzana Md Samsudi

    JANUARY 28 — People learn about Islam for various reasons. Some want to derive from it guidance on practical living with Muslims. Others learn it to better comprehend the...