Minister says federal government has showered incentives and approved mega infrastructure projects in opposition-controlled Penang and Selangor.
Penang CM says if MACC can arrest DAP assemblyman for sending appeal letters against action on a factory, it should also arrest deputy health minister for sending an appeal in favour of the Melaka bogus dentist.
It's the responsibility of the state to provide education for its people, especially for vulnerable groups, and giving places for Indian students in the universities should not come as an after-thought.
Prominent human rights lawyer laments apathy among Malaysians on state of the country, telling them not to complain, if they choose to remain quiet about issues.
Sisters in Islam (SIS) says the growing number of incidences in Malaysia where there is discrimination premised on the Islamic faith, is alarming.
A senior officer from the Department of National Unity and Integration says diversity should be tackled with caution.
Rahman, an Orang Asli, wants Malaysians to start treating his people with respect.
Even after 60 years of Independence, the Indian narrative revolves around a perplexing tale of discrimination and marginalisation.
Sarawak’s deputy chief minister James Masing claims discrimination against the Dayaks have denied them of opportunities to become financially independent.
CIMB Foundation funded study offers recommendations on how to improve interracial understanding and meaningful interactions.
Dissatisfaction over economic standing of the various races can be detrimental to efforts to create a more harmonious and well-integrated society, says Oxford study.
No amount of shouting or asking for the resignation of DAP leaders will undo the damage that BN parties such as MCA, Gerakan, MIC and others have done to non-Malays in the country.
Human resources ministry says employers who fire pregnant employees who are on maternity leave could be fined RM10,000.
More than just a story of three geniuses, Hidden Figures is a classic tale of good over evil, justice over prejudice.
The way a majority of people approach Islam in this country is fundamentally flawed, valuing form over substance, ritual over intent, beard over the mind.
Thirty years after the AIDS epidemic, discrimination is still widely seen in Malaysia, says AIDS Council report.
It is indisputable that an accused will be clearly disadvantaged and in effect discriminated against, says Court of Appeal.
No matter how tasty the food one sells, one cannot hope to get far in business if one chooses to discriminate according to race when it comes to customers.
MTUC Secretary-General N Gopal Kishnam says such practices could thwart efforts to have more women in decision-making positions.
A group of seven women claim that they were kicked out of Urth Caffe, in Laguna Beach, last month because they were Muslim.
Dr Juanda Jaya says there are reasons why a man chooses to be a woman but regardless of the reason, they should never be punished for their choice.
Noorfadilla pregnancy case decision a slap against unfairness towards women
Research shows that both Chinese and Malay engineering firms prefer employing Chinese engineering candidates.