LETTER | It must be remembered that the emergence of Jho Low would mean him spilling the beans.
LETTER | Anwar's opponents can take a moral stand and save PD voters' time and energy simultaneously.
By-elections should not be held according to the whims and fancies of elected representatives.
LETTER | Set up a scouting committee and give them and coaches a free hand to choose the best of the lot.
LETTER | The National Language Act 1963/67 allows for the use of translation.
LETTER | No one can take away from the Yang di-Pertuan Agong or the Conference of Rulers what the Federal Constitution has given them.
COMMENT | Come out and vote on Wednesday, for a change of this government.
LETTER | It should not attempt to give its own interpretation of the society’s constitution.
LETTER | They say time heals all, but when it comes to your late mother, it doesn't.
The recent extension of service of the current Chief Justice and the President of the Court of Appeal.
Marking International Women’s Day 2017, some thoughts that were penned down by me for reading pleasure.
Recently Dr Mahathir Mohamad stated that the time to wait for PAS to be part of the current viable opposition pact is over.
The probe into SRC International Sdn Bhd did not culminate in a prosecution because there was no case, said BN strategic communications director Abdul Rahman Dahlan.
It is an undisputed fact that education is the keystone to an opportunity to employment which would then, with all things being equal, provide for a reasonable livelihood for a person.
The prime minister delivered his policy speech at the 2016 Umno general assembly recently, and in it, towards the end he said: “What will then happen to our race? When all is destroyed... when Umno is no more, and has become useless. When the Malays no longer have a place to fall back on... they will fall flat... be despised... become destitutes... beggars... in their own land.”
To be honest, I think all Malaysians that are seeking any form of change in federal governance are looking forward to a united opposition. That goes without saying.
As we are aware that currently Malaysians are having a candlelight vigil in support of Maria Chin Abdullah and her family, it is quite shocking when you hear that the head of the police force calls the candlelight vigil illegal.
Today marks the first death anniversary of my mum who passed away from cancer.
On March 4, 2016, the auditor-general’s final report on the 1MDB investigation had been tabled to the Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC). That auditor-general’s report on 1MDB was classified at that time as an official secret under the Official Secrets Act (OSA).
A subliminal message is normally defined as anything that sends you a message without your knowledge of it, usually picked up on by your subconscious mind.
Two days ago, the organisers of the red-shirts informed editors of online news portal Malaysiakini that if some queries on funding are not answered by this afternoon, they would “tear down” Malaysiakini’s office building.
Lately, there has been much talk about a new wave that has taken this country by storm and it's called the 'sub judice wave'.
On March 31, 2016, Dewan Rakyat speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia had decided that all questions pertaining to the RM2.6 billion political donation deposited into Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s personal accounts are sub judice.
One question that all of us Malaysians ask ourselves is this - how do I get involved in the process of redrawing electoral boundaries?
As my late mother’s first death anniversary gets closer, allow me to share and express my thoughts over the past year.
I came across this article entitled ‘Mahathir’s Cheap Apology’ in The Malay Mail Online’s What You Think column last week and I must say that going by that article, it is sad to know that there are still people out there who do not understand the concept of sweet surrender.
While most Malaysians agree that racial inclinations do not or should not have a place in modern politics, especially in a multiracial country like Malaysia, the newly set-up Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia has raised some talking points.