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Thursday, August 22, 2019

Mikha Chan


MCA’s Ti: Opposition’s efforts may bring a one-race govt

Inability to name a candidate for PM only points to the opposition pact's inevitable breakup, MCA spokesman Ti Lian Ker says.

Aktivis AS hanya mahu ubah rejim, kata Tunku Aziz

Bekas ahli politik itu berkata AS tidak mengajar kita tentang demokrasi dan tunjuk perasaan di jalanan membantah Donald Trump sama seperti Bersih di Malaysia.

Tunku Aziz says US activists only want regime change

They have nothing to teach us about democracy, he says, pointing to protests about Trump election.

Kamil’s good work must continue, say local film players

Local producers, veteran actress speak of Finas DG's creative ideas, efforts that have given a boost to the local film industry and generated interest from more youths.

Noor Azimah: Remove misbehaving teachers, don’t just transfer them

PAGE chairman advocates zero tolerance for teachers who break their oath of conduct, more so when serious crimes are involved.

Cops urge Bersih to cancel its rally

Dang Wangi police chief says the Red and Black Shirts have threatened to hold rallies as well on the same day, but Bersih is adamant it will go on.

Legendary band Scorpions break Rockaway 3-year hiatus

Rockaway Weekender last Saturday at the Sepang International Circuit (SIC) sees the likes of Scorpions, Wolfmother, and The Darkness leading Malaysians through a glorious rock festival.

Mengapa audit NOW, bagaimana 1MDB, soal Rafizi

Tindakan mengaudit sepatutnya dilakukan kepada syarikat yang jelas bermasalah dan melibatkan kepentingan awam seperti 1MDB.

Why audit NOW, what about 1MDB, Rafizi asks

NOW is a small company that barely makes money while 1MDB remains the "elephant in the room", says NOW founder and PKR lawmaker Rafizi Ramli.

Opposition needs to compete with government in rural areas

The Opposition's relative lack of electoral focus on rural areas is costing them, says NGO Lightup Borneo chief Ong Boon Keong.

Siti Kasim: Authorities don’t understand Orang Asli psyche

Lawyer urges audit of the Department of Orang Asli Development (Jakoa) to see where the government's aid money is going to.

Terrorism ruled out as cause of JB explosion

Inspector-General of Police says early findings have nixed terrorism as a possible cause of the petrol station explosion this afternoon in Johor Bahru.

Sektor swasta kecewa dengan Bajet 2017, kata MTUC

Gopal berkata, Bajet 2017 kurang memfokuskan pembangunan sektor swasta.

It is a letdown for the private sector, MTUC says of...

It lacks focus on developing the private sector, says MTUC secretary-general.

‘Casting aside the Sakai is casting aside Malays’

An Orang Asli Sakai community protests against the rezoning of Paya Indah Wetlands and a court decision to reject its claim.

Mahathir can’t help opposition woo Malays

Winning rural hearts is a more complicated challenge than Husam thinks.

Rojak Party: Embracing Malaysia’s colours

'The beauty of multicultural Malaysia shouldn't be diluted to shades of grey.'

Don’t let religion stand in the way of helping Orang Asli

All groups concerned over the community's plight, including religious groups, should work in collaboration.

What’s your point, Syed Saddiq?

Everyone knows that Arul won't engage anyone in a public debate on 1MDB.

Fighting over a not-so-novel idea

Voters would naturally support a reduction in car prices, and someone would have proposed it eventually.

Charlie’s Cafe powers on by paying it forward

Desonny Tuzan finds satisfaction in simple initiatives to help the poor and needy.

Watch Redha again to learn about autism

Film director Tunku Mona hopes Malaysians will give her film a second chance at the cinema.

Take Temiar to court, Siti Kasim challenges Kelantan govt

Dismissing the Kelantan government’s accusation that the Temiar Orang Asli of Gua Musang had broken the law, the activist lawyer says they should let the court decide.

Jamal: Rafizi gave me evidence on IS link to Bersih

Red Shirts movement leader hands over evidence to police.