Author: Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters
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  • Mahathir's rising son signals conservative shift
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | Oct 4, 2013 9:58AM
  • NONEThe Kedah MB has a familiar face, even if he lacks the charisma, provocative rhetoric and razor-sharp political skills of his father.
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  • Pakatan to hold rally tomorrow against 'polls fraud'
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | May 7, 2013 1:27PM
  • UPDATED 9.58PM Tomorrow's rally will be the beginning of a 'fierce movement' to clean this country from election malpractices, says Anwar Ibrahim.
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  • Time running out for veteran reformer Anwar
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | May 1, 2013 4:57PM
  • On Sunday, Anwar has his best - and seemingly last - chance to complete a comeback from beaten-down prisoner to leader of his country.
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  • M'sia to buy 18 jet fighters, shortlists five makers
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | Mar 28, 2013 5:17PM
  • NONE'We don't know the cost yet,' says Defence Minister Zahid. But industry sources said it could run into billions of dollars.
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  • Threat to burn Bibles heightens polls tensions
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | Jan 24, 2013 8:12AM
  • NONEBar Council president Lim Chee Wee says the threat by Perkasa's Ibrahim Ali should result in charges under various laws.
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  • Malaysia's mega energy plan generates dismay
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | Dec 14, 2012 1:12PM
  • NONEIt's a staggering move to dam waterways by 2020 for cheap energy - and turn the poorest state into an industrial hub.
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  • Budget to court voters, target lower deficit
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | Sep 28, 2012 11:31AM
  • BUDGET Faced with its toughest election ever, BN is likely to put reforms on the backburner with a voter-friendly Budget 2013.

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  • Masterplan faces battle to win big private investment
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | Sep 17, 2012 11:56AM
  • etp economic transformation programmeIf the ETP ends up largely relying on state funding, that could pressure Malaysia’s public finances, which have been weakening.
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  • Gov't holds seminars on how to spot gay children
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | Sep 14, 2012 11:22AM
  • A handout says signs of homosexuality in boys may include preferences for tight, light coloured clothes and large handbags.
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  • July trade surplus at 10-year low, exports slump
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | Sep 7, 2012 2:20PM
  • The surplus fell well short of a median forecast for a RM9.1 billion surplus given by a Reuters poll of 17 analysts, and was the lowest since April 2002.
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  • Pre-polls largesse seen fuelling surging economy
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | Aug 16, 2012 8:16PM
  • The government had opened spending taps with an election looming that could be the closest in the country’s history.
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  • Water 'crisis' signals fierce fight for Selangor
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | Jul 29, 2012 4:38PM
  • NONEFor many it looked like politics, not water, was behind the problem - a measure of how tensions are running ahead of GE13.
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  • Violence, threats rise as Malaysia election nears
  • Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters | Jul 9, 2012 11:46AM
  • man hit by stone in umno counter rally against pkr ceramah lembah pantai thumbANALYSIS A ratcheting-up of inflammatory language and violence has shocked even seasoned observers in the run-up to polls.
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Author: Siva Sithraputhran, Reuters
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