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What India’s space mission can teach us

Despite the transfusion of 'new blood' on May 9, we continue in a half-hearted, superficial vision of development.

Bersih report card singles out DAP’s Nga in criticism over parliamentary...

The electoral watchdog gives 7 out of 10 for PH's commitment to institutional reforms.

As PH marks first year in power, Najib remembers ‘disturbances’ during...

The former leader accuses PH of employing inhumane tactics to silence him.

Why May 9 should worry PH politicians

One year is not that long in politics, especially for a government that has to sift through the mess accumulated through decades of mismanagement.

Many achievements, few regrets – Dr M looks back at one...

The prime minister gives a confident appraisal of his year-old administration.

The trials and triumphs of GE14, as seen by Kee Thuan...

Kee's book ‘The People’s Victory’ tells the story of how the people, frustrated with the BN government, rose up to take their destiny in their hands on May 9, 2018.

May 9 polls outcome changed Malaysian Bar’s destiny, says outgoing president

George Varughese recalls the cold relationship with the judiciary and the Attorney-General's Chambers due to events that unfolded earlier but which changed for the better when a new government was installed.

How Five Malayan Tigers risked their freedom for basic workers’ rights

The fight isn’t over and these heroic women now wonder when today’s tigers will bare their claws.

The people voted you in, they can vote you out, PH...

'Melawan Arus' director Arul Prakkash says many are still sceptical about reforms in the 'new Malaysia' even with a new government in place.

More changes pending after May 9 polls, says activist

Former Aliran president Francis Loh says a change of government is not enough.

Exiled Singapore activist meets Dr Mahathir

Former student leader Tan Wah Piow says the May 9 elections offer a hope for better democracy in the region.

You don’t have to defend me any more, Najib tells Umno...

The former prime minister says he campaigned in Sungai Kandis because BN's candidate Lokman Noor Adam had asked him to do so.

Time for Gerakan to return to square one

If it intends to return to its early glory days, its leaders must reconsider how it can serve the country in a way that upholds its original vision of multiracialism and social justice.

‘Don’t wait 100 days, start criticising now’

Malaysians should speak up now instead of waiting for 100 days, forum told.

US 1MDB probe picks up speed after Najib’s election loss

The FBI is confident that the new government is more willing to cooperate, while US authorities saw Najib Razak as actively obstructing the investigation, say sources.

Housewife who wanted to ram car into voters arrested, says top...

IGP Mohamad Fuzi Harun says the woman had planned to ram her car into non-Muslim voters at a polling station on May 9.

Partnership for a better Malaysia

There is no end to what Malaysians can do to help our fellow citizens who are in need.

PH won by putting Malaysia first, says Sarawak Report editor

Clare Rewcastle-Brown says even those who were once enemies were able to unite for the sake of the country and rule of law.

SUPP still committed to MA63 rights, says party chief

This is despite SUPP's poor showing in GE14, with the party losing six of the seven seats it contested.

Malaysia ETF extends recovery from loss tied to Dr M’s win

The price of iShares Malaysia MSCI ETF has gained 2.5% after tumbling 6% on Wednesday.

Appoint PM and install government – now, says Johor ruler

The sultan says he is looking forward to working with the new government.

Melaka CM expected to be sworn in tomorrow

Each party within PH will propose its candidate, with a decision expected later today.

Merdeka Center survey shows BN losing ground but retaining power

Merdeka Center's newest survey shows BN's share of the popular vote is expected to decline from 40.3% to 37.3% although it is still likely to win.

Analyst: Nik Omar to give stiff fight in Chempaka but victory...

The eldest son of the late Kelantan menteri besar Nik Aziz Nik Mat is also facing opposition from his own mother, says Kamarul Zaman Yusoff.