LETTER | 'Let us give Harapan a bit more time to get used to being the gov't of the day.'
LETTER | It can encompass a new vision for the new Malaysia.
LETTER | having another national car project will not necessarily help achieve Vision 2020.
LETTER | The government should exploit the difference and in the process pocket a risk-free return.
LETTER | The strong GDP growth and other successes are not entirely due to the NTP.
LETTER | So close to the polls, many issues will be like tissues – discarded after use.
LETTER | PwC predicts our economy will be overtaken by Vietnam and Bangladesh by 2050.
LETTER | Taxation is the confiscation of our property by people who prefer to spend it on their priorities.
LETTER | Our relationship with Earth is increasingly complicated
LETTER | We should nurture intellectual discourse in our young in order for our country to succeed.
Thailand and Vietnam's leaders demonstrated self-confidence and bargaining skills with President Trump, unlike us.
Feedback invited for Budget 2018, but many other issues still need close examination.
Mr Prime Minister, the chief commissioner of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) really needs your help.
A few days ago I read an article written by the de facto Law Minister on the Sexual Offences Against Children 2017 Bill. Congratulations, Azalina Othman Said, for a job well done where MPs from both sides consensually agreed for the passing of the bill.
I have the highest respect for Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah. It is not because we went to the same school - Sekolah Rendah Jalan Kuantan, Kuala Lumpur - but for his superior intellect and he has also written numerous articles and spoken on a wide range of issues.
Congratulations to both Petronas and Aramco for having struck a good deal at a fast pace. It has to be because both are Fortune 500 companies. Even news reports said it is positive for Petronas and the project itself.
In his maiden Royal Address at Parliament (fifth session) on March 6, 2017, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong (the Agong) raised a few issues inter alia, the cost of living, economy and the ringgit’s depreciation.
I guess the days where ‘government knows best’ are still kicking and very much alive. The words of ministers have to be the truth and always correct unless misquoted. Others, sorry... you either do not know or do not understand. Full stop.
Our beloved country has encountered a number of disasters in the last few years. Some were termed as natural and some man-made.
The Draft Kuala Lumpur City Plan (KLCP) 2020 may not be gazetted, close to a decade after it was launched. The minister responsible stated that he will NOT sign and approve the plan because it would allow a clause for the ministry or City Hall to make amendments through appeals and that creates opportunity for abuse, The Malay Mail reported.
“Donadaliheligv (congratulations in Cherokee language) to Donald Trump”. That was my congratulatory message when you won the election in November last year.
When we were young, the most popular question posed to people of my generation, irrespective of race, colour, religion or ancestry was, what is your ambition? We were oblivious to politics then.
Yesterday (Jan 20, 2017 - US Eastern Standard Time), was doomsday for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). It is dead or ‘Si’ - in Mandarin. The new administration announced the US withdrawal. Wait a second, can I say it is dead or rest in peace (RIP) since it did not see the light of day. If I am not mistaken, Malaysia was the first country to ratify it.
“You were right to tell the teacher about the boy who you saw cheating... You should understand the rights of a prime minister (PM)... Good healthcare should be a right and not a privilege”.
Is it customary, obligatory or a resolve when VIPs deliver new year messages?
When I started working lots of years ago, I pitied the civil servants. However, a few years ago, I sort of envied them. Come 2017, I have mixed feelings.
Happy new year, Mr Prime Minister and all Malaysians.