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Stories by Priscilla Prasena


| December 3, 2013
rare illness

A Komala suffers not only a rare condition but is also poverty stricken. More ››

| November 23, 2013
ANTHONY LOKE Dap

Former Teratai assemblyman Janice Lee will not be able to contest in the state DAP polls because her appeal... More ››

| November 22, 2013
Perkasa Syed Ali

Perkasa is dumbfounded as to why the Sarawak government fears them knowing well they are not a political party More ››

| November 20, 2013
Rafidah Aziz

But the former minister of International Trade has confidence in Malaysian negotiators More ››

and | November 20, 2013
cyber gamming

Raids have netted only small fry, says Wan Junaidi More ››

| November 15, 2013
122063

Legal experts share their views on a divorce petition filed on grounds of adultery whereby the extramarital affair is... More ››

| November 12, 2013
Patient missing from hospital

A patient found missing was later located by his neighbours and sent home, and hospital tells the wife to... More ››

| November 11, 2013
Maria Chin Bersih Pemantau

The much awaited Bersih People's Tribunal report investigating irregularities of the GE13 is delayed due to more time required... More ››

| November 9, 2013
election

Ex_DAP man's move on Parti Rakyat Malaysia is to prepare the party to take on the two political... More ››

| November 7, 2013
eat

Health experts claim that either forcing a child to eat or indulging an offspring's tendency to overeat could lead... More ››

| November 6, 2013
Tamil School and Chinese School

There are mixed reactions from parents on the vernacular education system in light of a UN report of... More ››

| November 4, 2013
Aligan

Alagan who was the pioneer in championing monthly wages for civil servants has been denied of pension privileges. More ››

| November 1, 2013
kg bunga raya

Kampung Bunga Raya Subang residents are outraged and feel let down by their assemblyperson who has left them... More ››

| October 30, 2013
Anthony Thanasayan

A disabled man claims he was discriminated by a pizza outlet as they told him that it was... More ››

| October 30, 2013
Rodziah Ismail Selangor Kemiskinan

According to sources, about RM30 million has been allocated for welfare but the Selangor government has been, until... More ››

| October 30, 2013
ibrahim ali umno

Perkasa is more relevant now as Umno Youth has become increasingly irrelevant in championing the Malay agenda, says the... More ››

| October 29, 2013
perkasa boss

However Ibrahim Ali says Perkasa is fighting for the Malay rights in accordance to what is stipulated in the... More ››

| October 28, 2013
VIDEO INSIDE
ibrahim ali perkasa

Perkasa supremo says he is often misunderstood and labelled as racist by the public, without them knowing the 'real'... More ››

| October 24, 2013
Hospital Kerajaan

While medical practitioners and business professionals argue on who is best suited to run a hospital, patients say... More ››

| October 23, 2013
hos[ital

While practitioners say yes, most hospitals in Malaysia are managed by those with non-medical backgrounds More ››

| October 19, 2013
UTHAYAKUMAR

The Hindraf leader's wife claims that her husband was locked-up in dark isolation cell for 28-days and was forced... More ››

| October 19, 2013
suaram polis

The human rights NGO wants the policeman suspended for shooting a 10-year old. More ››

| October 19, 2013
GANABATIRAO selangor

Selangor exco member in charge of poverty says no proper study has been done on the number of... More ››

| October 18, 2013
immagration

While visitors to the immigration department are complaining of poor services, the department claim their services have improved and... More ››

| October 17, 2013
Taman Wahyu 2 PPR flats

A private company has taken over the management of PPR flats from MBPJ and this has caused a... More ››

| October 13, 2013
Police abuses

An entire family has claimed to be abused and humiliated by the police for reasons unknown to them.... More ››

| October 12, 2013
Rev Bolly Lapok

It reminds the government that besides the Federal Constitution, religious freedom was also agreed on when the peninsular was... More ››

| October 12, 2013
Khairy Maznah

FMT poll showed Khairy Jamaluddin is the readers's choice for the UMNO Youth Chief post with Maznah Mazlan as... More ››

| October 11, 2013
ppr

The Selangor state exco for housing and development however said, these units are in need of repairs as... More ››

| October 10, 2013
Malaysian Tamilan Today

Kampung Bunga Raya longhouse residents' recent peaceful protest saw the arrest of an NGO leader, leading the residents to... More ››

| October 10, 2013
ppr

FMT discovered there were 20 vacant units during a visit with an applicant and her family who are... More ››

| October 9, 2013
sanjeevan

Instead of investigating his shooting case, MyWatch chief claims, the police are investigating him while delaying the case. More ››

| October 8, 2013
Sungai Buloh

The NGO representative is arrested for obstructing a policeman from performing his duty. More ››

| October 6, 2013
iktiraf

Peaceful assembly draws about 100 people demanding for affordable houses from the government. More ››

| October 4, 2013
fake degrees_file pix

Human resource experts say physical copy of the fake degrees are so well fabricated that potential employers could not... More ››

| October 1, 2013
UPDATED
irene fernandez

Tenaganita claims that it has information that there is no proper investigation on the matter thus, urged the... More ››

| October 1, 2013
Nagamma Rajoo

An elderly diabetic woman in Kota Damansara has been ignored by her four children and lives only on welfare... More ››

| September 30, 2013
maid story

An employer can be charged with human-trafficking if he fails to provide valid documents for the foreign maids, says... More ››

| September 28, 2013
Deepavali bazaars

While some shop owners welcome the decision to shift the annual bazaar to Masjid India; others seem against the... More ››

| September 27, 2013
Filipino maid

A Filipino maid says she did not deserve a jail sentence because it was her employer's fault for not... More ››

| September 26, 2013
loan shark

Many residents of low-cost flats are falling prey to loan sharks, who are now promoting their services at PPR... More ››

| September 24, 2013
P Uthayakumar

The Kuala Lumpur High Court orders Kajang prison to allow Hindraf leader to seek medical treatment at HUKM over... More ››

| September 23, 2013
S Gobikrishnan

Anti-crime NGOs say that corruption and negligence are the cause of guns being smuggled into the country from Thailand. More ››

| September 21, 2013
SPECIAL
Expressing mental state

A group set up a pop-up to sell cakes that show the bakers' emotions in bid to educate... More ››

| September 21, 2013
zOpt_Main street little india-2

Federal Territories Ministry says move is due to complaints that these traders are blocking entrances to existing shops, affecting... More ››

| September 19, 2013
IMG-20130919-01792 (1)

Several residents of Petaling Jaya Selatan say the police officers manning beat posts do nothing to help snatch thief... More ››

| September 18, 2013
BR1M

Despite having submitted two applications, M Balakrishnan is denied BR1M financial aid despite being jobless for 12 years. More ››

| September 12, 2013
Khairil Azwan Wahab

Visually-impaired Khairul Azwan Wahab would never allow his disability to stop him from pursuing a career in broadcasting. More ››

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