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  • Could there be a place for Anti-Fake News Act in #MalaysiaBaharu? — Louis Liaw and Jin-zhi Pao

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    Could there be a place for Anti-Fake News Act in #MalaysiaBaharu? — Louis Liaw and Jin-zhi Pao

    JUNE 19 — With the confirmation by the new Communications and Multimedia Minister, Gobind Singh Deo, it seems it is only a matter of time before the controversial new act that...

  • Dismantling our immigration industrial complex — Lim Yi Wei

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    Dismantling our immigration industrial complex — Lim Yi Wei

    JUNE 19 — It is encouraging to see Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announce a revamp of our immigration. Immigration reform has been neglected to the point we now have an...

  • Saving Tanjung Aru Beach and an endangered parrot — Amar-Singh HSS

    21 hours ago

    Saving Tanjung Aru Beach and an endangered parrot — Amar-Singh HSS

  • Why we need to recognise migrant domestic workers’ contribution to our economies — Tomoko Nishimoto

    5 days ago

    Why we need to recognise migrant domestic workers’ contribution to our economies — Tomoko Nishimoto

  • The first Eid amidst a new order — Imad Alatas

    5 days ago

    The first Eid amidst a new order — Imad Alatas

  • ‘Monsters’ in the house? What to do about Malaysia’s GLCs — Jayant Menon

    5 days ago

    ‘Monsters’ in the house? What to do about Malaysia’s GLCs — Jayant Menon

  • Eye-opening experience at hospitals — Dharm Navaratnam

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    Eye-opening experience at hospitals — Dharm Navaratnam

  • The Irish Situation — Dr SP Choon

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    The Irish Situation — Dr SP Choon

  • Don’t cancel the MRT3 Circle Line project — Malaysia Consumers Movement

    6 days ago

    Don’t cancel the MRT3 Circle Line project — Malaysia Consumers Movement

  • Institutional and policy reforms needed for road safety — Krishnan Rajam

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    Institutional and policy reforms needed for road safety — Krishnan Rajam

  • Call to make Internet access a constitutional right should be supported — Lawyers for Liberty

    1 week ago

    Call to make Internet access a constitutional right should be supported — Lawyers for Liberty

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  • Pakatan govt should draw lessons from shortcomings of home-grown cars — Nicole Wong

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    Pakatan govt should draw lessons from shortcomings of home-grown cars — Nicole Wong

    JUNE 12 — The proposal to have another national car brand is difficult to stomach as the PH government’s purported intention to revitalise the economy needs to be questioned....

  • Please lah... — Christine SK Lai

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    Please lah... — Christine SK Lai

    JUNE 12 — There’s this video-clip of Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz being interviewed for her opinion about the inclusion of different races in political parties in the “new”...

  • I’ll serve as long... –   Lee Yew Meng

    1 week ago

    I’ll serve as long... – Lee Yew Meng

    JUNE 12 — “I’ll serve as long as the people want me to.” That’s what Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said in Tokyo on Monday. He had used that line on a few...

  • Fortress Malaysia? — Jeyamuhunthan SK Jeyasingam

    1 week ago

    Fortress Malaysia? — Jeyamuhunthan SK Jeyasingam

    JUNE 12 — The time has finally come for a revamp of at least one section of the police department, security of common citizens. The objective? To go back to the original core...

  • Health minister’s six measures can help improve healthcare service delivery — Galen Centre

    1 week ago

    Health minister’s six measures can help improve healthcare service delivery — Galen Centre

    JUNE 11 — The six measures recently announced by Health Minister Dr. Dzulkefly Ahmad are concrete steps towards ensuring the sustainability, consolidation and resilience of the...

  • Tolerating another’s religion — Dr Kannan Pasamanickam

    1 week ago

    Tolerating another’s religion — Dr Kannan Pasamanickam

    JUNE 10 — I write this on Wesak Day – an auspicious day as we pay homage to Gautama Buddha – a great soul. He preached “ embrace your own religions to the fullest, develop...

  • Tackling Suicide ― Michelle Ng

    1 week ago

    Tackling Suicide ― Michelle Ng

    JUNE 9 ― The death of Anthony Bourdain shook many, myself included. He was a figure that I grew up with. My family and I would often catch his shows together as we end a tiring...

  • Introduce Transparency in Political Financing to end Money Politics ― Bersih 2.0 Steering Committee

    1 week ago

    Introduce Transparency in Political Financing to end Money Politics ― Bersih 2.0 Steering Committee

    JUNE 9 ― The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0) welcomes the various efforts of the Pakatan Harapan government to address corruption and root out abuse and...

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    No more talk of a by-election, please — Puthan Perumal

    JUNE 8 — I think Marina Mahathir said it best when she responded to the article entitle ‘It’s a Mahathir Tsunami’ published in The Star on May 13, 2018. If I am not...

  • ‘Politics of Anger’, the Malaysian version — Alex De Silva

    1 week ago

    ‘Politics of Anger’, the Malaysian version — Alex De Silva

    JUNE 7 — A few days ago, Datuk Seri Hishamuddin Hussein gave a press conference where he deplored what he termed as the “politics of anger” being practised by the newly...

  • State of our (dis)Union — Dharm Navaratnam

    1 week ago

    State of our (dis)Union — Dharm Navaratnam

    JUNE 7 — It has been almost a month since the new Government of Pakatan Harapan has been in power and what a month it has been. Almost immediately we have seen sweeping changes....

  • Penang State Government responsible for gross human rights violations in forced eviction — Suaram

    1 week ago

    Penang State Government responsible for gross human rights violations in forced eviction — Suaram

    JUNE 7 — Suara Rakyat Malaysia (SUARAM) strongly condemns the forced eviction of the residents PPR Padang Tembak by the Penang State Government and call for immediate...

  • PTPTN default blacklist should stay — Darshan Singh Dhillon

    1 week ago

    PTPTN default blacklist should stay — Darshan Singh Dhillon

    JUNE 7 — I graduated in 1992 with a degree in law from a United Kingdom based institution of higher learning. At that time with the introduction of 2+1 twining programmes, it...

  • Banks should review their roles in the new re-born Malaysia — Jeyakumar Joseph

    1 week ago

    Banks should review their roles in the new re-born Malaysia — Jeyakumar Joseph

    JUNE 6 — It was very heartening indeed to note the news report in the Malay Mail Online (dated June 6, 2018) that the new government is now looking into making bank loan...

  • Can we have an honest conversation on Article 153? — Lee Hwok Aun

    2 weeks ago

    Can we have an honest conversation on Article 153? — Lee Hwok Aun

    JUNE 6 — History replays, time and again, with Article 153. Last week, we witnessed the latest incident in the thick annals of Article 153 pre-emptive strikes. Hindraf 2.0...

  • Lack of law enforcement and motorists' road behaviour — Hana Muhammad

    2 weeks ago

    Lack of law enforcement and motorists' road behaviour — Hana Muhammad

    JUNE 5 — It’s been nearly a month since our new government has been elected and we are seeing the gears shifting into a bright and positive era. While we adjust to a brighter...

  • Open letter to Pakatan Harapan leaders — Concerned Malaysian

    2 weeks ago

    Open letter to Pakatan Harapan leaders — Concerned Malaysian

    JUNE 4 — Dear Pakatan Harapan, Congratulations on your recent win. However, I would like to bring to your attention a widespread disease that permeates our society and seemingly...

  • Bank Negara Malaysia’s strategy to promote cards payments questioned — IDEAS

    2 weeks ago

    Bank Negara Malaysia’s strategy to promote cards payments questioned — IDEAS

    JUNE 4 — IDEAS has today published “Payment Card Reform Framework (PCRF): A Policy Evaluation Study”, written by Dr Teo Wing Leong of Nottingham University. IDEAS hosted a...

  • Uphold Federal Constitution in appointment of Attorney-General — Bersih 2.0

    2 weeks ago

    Uphold Federal Constitution in appointment of Attorney-General — Bersih 2.0

    JUNE 4 — The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0) welcomes the candidacy of Tommy Thomas as Attorney-General and commends the new Pakatan Harapan government for...