What You Think

  • Booster jabs to prevent another lockdown! ― Jamari Mohtar

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    Booster jabs to prevent another lockdown! ― Jamari Mohtar

  • Let’s kick start the work of Parliamentary Select Committees — Hafiz Hassan

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    Let’s kick start the work of Parliamentary Select Committees — Hafiz Hassan

  • No, we mustn’t allow it! ― Lee Yew Meng

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    No, we mustn’t allow it! ― Lee Yew Meng

  • Parliament can better determine ‘benefits for former prime ministers’ ― Hafiz Hassan

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    Parliament can better determine ‘benefits for former prime ministers’ ― Hafiz Hassan

  • The current Covid situation and booster dose ― Moy Foong Ming

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    The current Covid situation and booster dose ― Moy Foong Ming

  • How will BN introduce an anti-hopping law in Melaka? — Hafiz Hassan

    5 days ago

    How will BN introduce an anti-hopping law in Melaka? — Hafiz Hassan

  • Will Melaka be the third Musketeer? — Hafiz Hassan

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    Will Melaka be the third Musketeer? — Hafiz Hassan

  • Post-Budget 2022 thoughts — Leonard Yap

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    Post-Budget 2022 thoughts — Leonard Yap

  • Legitimate expectation — all that needs to be given is an opportunity to make representations — Hafiz Hassan

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    Legitimate expectation — all that needs to be given is an opportunity to make representations — Hafiz Hassan

  • Legislative history of ‘Benefits for former prime ministers’. Will there be a review? — Hafiz Hassan

    1 week ago

    Legislative history of ‘Benefits for former prime ministers’. Will there be a review? — Hafiz Hassan

  • Protect students by ending period spot checks, not blaming them — Sisters In Islam

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    Protect students by ending period spot checks, not blaming them — Sisters In Islam

  • Allocate: A peculiarly Malaysian euphemism ― Gopal Sreenevasan

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    Allocate: A peculiarly Malaysian euphemism ― Gopal Sreenevasan

  • Benefits for former prime ministers ― Hafiz Hassan

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    Benefits for former prime ministers ― Hafiz Hassan

  • Ban cars on highways instead — Pepper Lim

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    Ban cars on highways instead — Pepper Lim

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  • The forensic psychiatric evaluation of Nagaenthran ― Hafiz Hassan

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    The forensic psychiatric evaluation of Nagaenthran ― Hafiz Hassan

    NOVEMBER 18 ― Dr Kenneth Koh of Singapore Institute of Mental Health (IMH), to whom Nagaenthran’s was referred for a forensic psychiatric evaluation, in his report dated April...

  • Abide by the High Court’s decision: Grant citizenship to children immediately ― Teo Nie Ching

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    Abide by the High Court’s decision: Grant citizenship to children immediately ― Teo Nie Ching

    NOVEMBER 17 ― On September 9, 2021, the Malaysian High Court delivered a landmark decision pronouncing that Malaysian women should have the same right as Malaysian men, under...

  • After COP26 Glasgow, what next for Malaysia’s climate policy? — Yin Shao Loong

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    After COP26 Glasgow, what next for Malaysia’s climate policy? — Yin Shao Loong

    NOVEMBER 17 — Global climate talks in Glasgow ended last weekend in disappointment, recrimination, and incremental progress.  The rich-poor nation divide that has riven...

  • The trial, conviction and sentence of Nagaenthran — Hafiz Hassan

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    The trial, conviction and sentence of Nagaenthran — Hafiz Hassan

    NOVEMBER 17 — The accused, a Malaysian national, was arrested in April 2009 at Woodlands Checkpoint and charged with the offence of illegally importing into Singapore not less...

  • Who will initiate an analysis to examine the prevalence of gambling and related harms in Malaysia? — Hafiz Hassan

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    Who will initiate an analysis to examine the prevalence of gambling and related harms in Malaysia? — Hafiz Hassan

    NOVEMBER 16 — Malay Mail’s report ”Kedah’s 4D outlet ban a step down slippery slope for Malaysia and investors, say economists” is the latest salvo at...

  • It takes two to tango ― Hafiz Hassan

    2 weeks ago

    It takes two to tango ― Hafiz Hassan

    NOVEMBER 13 ― Bersatu president Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin yesterday said his party would not do it ― that is, to instruct two of Bersatu’s assemblymen in Johor to withdraw...

  • Vellfire issue a pointless drive to nowhere — Johan Megat Zabidi

    2 weeks ago

    Vellfire issue a pointless drive to nowhere — Johan Megat Zabidi

    NOVEMBER 11 — When the Finance Ministry on Sunday released a statement that the Government decided to change its fleet of official cars for ministers from the ageing Proton...

  • Concerned with the case of Nagaenthran K. Dharmalingam — Suhakam

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    Concerned with the case of Nagaenthran K. Dharmalingam — Suhakam

    NOVEMBER 10 — The Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) is concerned with the case of Nagaenthran K. Dharmalingam who was originally set to be executed today for...

  • Clear directives needed to end period spot checks — Sisters in Islam

    2 weeks ago

    Clear directives needed to end period spot checks — Sisters in Islam

    NOVEMBER 9 — This statement is in response to the circular issued by the Education Ministry emphasising that the practice of period spot checks is prohibited as featured in...

  • Saving Malaysia’s most forsaken stray animal – Suzianah Nhazzla Juliah

    2 weeks ago

    Saving Malaysia’s most forsaken stray animal – Suzianah Nhazzla Juliah

    NOVEMBER 9 – I would like to refer to the Malay Mail articles on the 4th and 5th November, 2021, about the Kampar District Council killing stray dogs. Stray dogs live in the...

  • The ‘Save Mitra Campaign’ — Denison Jayasooria

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    The ‘Save Mitra Campaign’ — Denison Jayasooria

    NOV 8 — The Malaysian Indian blueprint is an important policy document which gives good understanding of the socio economic issues facing the Malaysian Indian community...

  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is not enough, we also need to adapt to the changing climate — Amirah Wan Usamah

    3 weeks ago

    Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is not enough, we also need to adapt to the changing climate — Amirah Wan Usamah

    NOVEMBBER 5 — I remembered building a bridge of plastic tables over flooded hallways to reach the exam hall for my SPM examinations back in December 2014. There were...

  • Whither the salary of engineers — Ruslan Hassan

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    Whither the salary of engineers — Ruslan Hassan

    NOVEMBER 5 — An engineer cannot be old and poor. The term engineer is derived from the Latin Word ‘Ingeniator’ meaning, an Ingenious Person. An ingenious person is a person...

  • Singapore’s response to public pressure on Nagaenthran’s case provides no justification for executing a person with mental disability — N. Surendran

    3 weeks ago

    Singapore’s response to public pressure on Nagaenthran’s case provides no justification for executing a person with mental disability — N. Surendran

    NOVEMBER 4 — We refer to the statement issued on 3 November 2021 by the Singapore Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in response to widespread public pressure on the planned...

  • Welfare and progressive economics on the back of macro-economic fundamentals — Rais Hussin and Jason Loh

    3 weeks ago

    Welfare and progressive economics on the back of macro-economic fundamentals — Rais Hussin and Jason Loh

    NOVEMBER 2 — Budget 2022 was in many respects one that tried to impress as prihatin (caring) and indeed the needs and concerns of the rakyat was addressed to a large extent....

  • Pulau Batu Puteh: Malaysia should move on ― Hafiz Hassan

    3 weeks ago

    Pulau Batu Puteh: Malaysia should move on ― Hafiz Hassan

    NOVEMBER 2 ― It is curious that, yet again, a call has been made to investigate the withdrawal of Malaysia’s review application on Pulau Batu Puteh in the International Court...

  • Timah: Why do we let stupid people win? — Zuhairy Fauzy

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    Timah: Why do we let stupid people win? — Zuhairy Fauzy

    NOVEMBER 1 — Empty tins = pure noise. Nothing else. No issue there.  Now, whether we allow that noise to mess with our heads — that’s a whole other question. Consider...

  • Preparing resilient cities for our climate reality — Poul Due Jensen

    4 weeks ago

    Preparing resilient cities for our climate reality — Poul Due Jensen

    OCT 31 — Climate change is a global issue that is seeing no signs of backing down. Each year, millions of people are affected by disasters caused by extreme weather and climate...

  • Remember the Squid Game! ― Rais Hussin and Margarita Peredaryenko

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    Remember the Squid Game! ― Rais Hussin and Margarita Peredaryenko

    OCTOBER 30 ― When the Squid Game (Korean survival drama) hit Netflix in mid-September, it caused an ambiguous response from the public and movie critics and rightfully so, as...