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Stories by Jared Pereira

| February 1, 2013
khalid ibrahim

Selangor can choose to dissolve the state assembly anytime but polling date is still in the Election Commission’s hands. More ››

| February 1, 2013
singapore voters

The High Commission official says their overseas postal voters are not required to stay in the country for three... More ››

| January 31, 2013
bantan pelajar

PKR vice-president N Surendran argues that the recent cash handouts are no more than a ploy by the... More ››

| January 30, 2013
Media Malaysia

Latest ranking places it 145th out of 179 countries, its worst ever performance since the annual index started in... More ››

| January 30, 2013
Murphy Pakiam

Catholics stumped by Murphy Pakiam's conspicuous silence and his failure to come out and defend the faithful over the... More ››

and | January 25, 2013
Vishwaroopam suspended in Malaysia

Tanjung Golden Village and Lotus Five Star Sdn Bhd suspends the screening of Kamal Hassan's movie pending further notice. More ››

| January 25, 2013
Immigration office

Queue at the Shah Alam office is getting longer by the day and foreign workers are being deliberately forced... More ››

| January 23, 2013

The Sri Lankan deputy high commissioner is accused of making disparaging remarks about Malaysia and a heated protest is... More ››

| January 22, 2013
ibrahim ali alkitab

DAP national chairman lodges a police report against Ibrahim Ali over his remarks that Bibles which contained the term... More ››

| January 21, 2013

The Malaysian Red Crescent has distanced itself from claims by a consumer organisation that Malaysian ambulance service providers are... More ››

| January 18, 2013

The lorry driver has undergone surgery for head injuries and is still listed in critical condition. More ››

and | January 18, 2013
kh sport

DAP claims the Puteri Umno leader's company charged RM23,000 to train a PE teacher when in fact a similar... More ››

| January 17, 2013
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SAMM is organising a forum next week and it wants Sharifah to participate 'if she dares to face... More ››

| January 17, 2013

The Consumer Assocation of Subang and Shah Alam (Cassa) says that it has received over 900 complaints over the... More ››

| January 16, 2013

The controversial signboards, explains MAH, are there as a preventive measure. More ››

| January 16, 2013
Hospital Kerajaan

Its president, SR Manalan, feels that the country is not ready for the proposed new healthcare system. More ››

| January 15, 2013

The Malaysian Association of Hotels says that Jakim is understanding and wants to protect the rights of both... More ››

| January 11, 2013
Hospital Kerajaan

Proposed new bill allows for a stringent check and balance mechanism before medications are dispensed, says a senior official More ››

| January 10, 2013

Crystal Crown's chief operating officer reveals that the signboards were put up to comply with the regulations set by... More ››

| January 9, 2013

A leading four star hotel has signboards beside several elevators which instruct that only 'halal' goods can be transported... More ››

| January 8, 2013

‘You don’t have to be sweet to show you care.’ More ››

| January 7, 2013
Padang Bola

Kota Alam Shah state assemblyman M Manoharan says there are so few public fields in Selangor because local... More ››

| January 4, 2013

MPS president Nancy Ho wants the new healthcare law to bring about positive changes to the pharmaceutical industry. More ››

| January 3, 2013

It’s high time to separate prescribing and dispensing functions, says the Malaysian Pharmaceutical Society. More ››

| January 2, 2013
chinese school students

The opposition party alleges that these children do not have proper papers to prove that they are Malaysian citizens. More ››

| December 28, 2012

A former top executive at Sanofi-Aventis believes that separating the roles of private physicians and pharmacists is justified. More ››

| December 27, 2012

Public interest must come first in any change in the healthcare system, say consumer groups. More ››

| December 24, 2012
pharmacy_medicines_file pix

You may be paying your clinic too much for your medicine, and you may not even need it. More ››

| December 24, 2012

The government decided to relax travel bans to Israel for Malaysian Christians effective Oct 30 but made announcement only... More ››

| December 21, 2012

Survey reveals 62% are of the view that the current economic conditions of the country are healthy. More ››

| December 20, 2012

It takes offence at a call for the destruction of Hindu temples. More ››

| December 18, 2012

Magistrate Suhaimah Mohd Noor denies bail on grounds that the victim was staying with Rajasegaran. More ››

| December 17, 2012
MIC wants willing families to adopt abused boy

The police have wrapped up investigations on the matter and are awaiting reply from the Attorney-General's Chambers. More ››

| December 14, 2012
najib youth movement

Forty-six percent of them are satisfied with the way the prime minister is managing the nation, according to a... More ››

| December 13, 2012
Young Malaysians more politically conscious now

A survey shows that young Malaysians' attitude towards politics has changed and most are registered voters. More ››

| December 11, 2012
Nurul Izzah

PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar believes the home minister is not trying to resolve the problems faced by stateless... More ››

| December 10, 2012
Dun Selangor

A proposal has been put forward to make all state decisions transparent to the public. More ››

| December 10, 2012
klinik 3

Malaysia's new healthcare plans are going to inconvenience private medical practitioners. More ››

and | December 8, 2012
hospis malaysia charity show

The Majestic Christmas Ball in aid of Hospis Malaysia will be a somewhat fitting end to a year which... More ››

and | December 5, 2012
do something good

For every 1,000 people, there are only seven registered volunteers, a survey reveals. More ››

and | December 5, 2012

It ranks a dismal 55 out of 61 countries, according to the Climate Change Performance Index. More ››

| December 3, 2012
foreign workers

The Al-Jazeera television station also claims that foreign workers in Malaysia work in so-called 3D conditions – dirty, dangerous... More ››