Tawfik Ismail hails Tunku, Razak and Hussein as leaders of integrity.
The DAP leader asks if organisers are also committed to championing other communities in the spirit of the Malaysian constitution.
Portuguese veteran coped by using a lot of ice and drinking cold water.
It is present even at multinational and government-linked companies
State police commissioner Omar Mammah says Sabah is known to be a tolerant society and urges the people to keep it that way.
Lawyers for Liberty says there will be no end to arrests if the authorities don’t make clear the restrictions on free speech.
Hostility and suspicion have shrouded our nation like the haze that is now choking us.
As religious and racial fault lines widen, as pessimism grips people after 62 years of Merdeka, the prospect arises of a recession exacerbating the situation.
Abdul Hamid Bador says he never asked to be IGP and just wants to deliver a clean police force.
The party's vice-president Khaled Nordin says the situation on the ground is harmonious.
The former prime minister says this in listing five risks faced by the country and the economy today.
UKM ethnic studies expert says colonial-era census data in use today is making racial splits worse.
Home minister says he has asked cops to use the Sedition Act if need be to preserve the peace in the country.
Asli Chairman Jeffrey Cheah says values upheld by the prime minister's wife have struck a chord with all Malaysians.
Francissca Peter appeals to Malaysians and local artistes to unite following controversial remarks made about Malaysian Chinese and Indians.
The idealistic promise of a new Malaysia is slowly receding from our reach despite the government's efforts in seeking a more equal society.
The country should reject bigotry and extremism.
Malaysia's stability is rooted in its accommodation of various ethnic groups without questioning their loyalty to the country.
It's not about the art, but how some quarters will exploit it to advance their own agenda.
We should work towards making national schools the schools of choice for all Malaysians.
The introduction of khat might not be a big issue but if it isn't handled well, it could be an albatross around the PH government.
It's less about winning the cash prize than pride in victory for the owners.
Politicians use religious and ideological sentiments to hoodwink and exploit the people routinely and habitually.
Jeyakumar says this division along ethnic lines has worsened post-GE14, with both Umno and PH contributing to the problem.