Education, and Women, Family and Community Development Ministries should’ve immediately taken lead in Ain Husniza Saiful Nizam’s case, says opposition … More
Turkey is channeling its imperial past to assert its status as the ideological and cultural leader of the Muslim world … More
KUALA LUMPUR : Tension within the ruling Perikatan Nasional (PN) has boiled up after a Pribumi Bersatu minister remarked that … More
Political stability is key to macroeconomic stability and growth. In every economic crisis, there are bound to be some structural damages and weaknesses that require remedies and quick reforms so as to put the country’s economy back on the right track and to grow sustainably. Financial and economic resilience must be enhanced to ensure an entrenched recovery and sustainable economic expansion after emerging from either a major financial or economic crisis.
I, therefore, maintain that it is possible to have a genuine respect for science without subscribing to scientism. It is also possible for religion to be a source of rationality as demonstrated so well by Islam.
News Corp’s decision to stop printing the Parramatta Advertiser means the end of a publication where media baron Rupert Murdoch once honed … More
The storybook by Enid Blyton that only now resounds deafeningly in my mind as an important contribution to the idea of nation-building.
Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, is an appealing urban melting pot of Chinese, Indian and native Malay influences.But if you’re looking … More
Muhyiddin Yassin is wasting valuable time because he does not want to be ousted. Considering how much the globe has … More
Switching of political allegiances was instrumental after GE14 to resolve deadlocks and determine who would form the new state government, with the same tactic of defections also being used during and after the 2020 political crisis
Devoid of political legitimacy and with uncertain support in parliament, PM is now dependent upon a clutch of MPs, furthering their own ambitions. To survive, he will have to give more and more of the shop away, to buy the loyalty of politicians with all manner of appointments and sweetheart deals
Report says others are taking advantage of the pandemic to boost recruitment efforts
A government that genuinely upholds freedom of speech and freedom of expression cannot selectively grant them to certain segments of the population; it would have been undemocratic. But, give people too much freedom, and they abuse it.
Let’s decide to turn this crisis into an opportunity – an opportunity to wake up from the suffocating slumber of Politics 1.0, and dig deep to find the road to Malaysia 2.0
The real fight is between Mukhriz and Muhyiddin
Bersatu will be the greatest loser
Amien’s new party would accommodate groups that were critical of the government. Amien, a PAN icon, lost his influence in the party after his leadership candidates lost to current party chairman Zulkifli Hasan
The doctrine of frustration has similar effect to a force majeure clause, in that it relieves a party from contractual obligations if an intervening event has disrupted continued performance of the contract. But, case law shows that the frustration principle is justifiably applied sparingly such that a contract is not frustrated just because it becomes more difficult to perform
With the economy deteriorating, many have taken to blaming Rohingya and other vulnerable migrants
Australia was closely monitoring the situation and was supporting Bangladesh in responding to impacts of the coronavirus in its refugee camps.
We are entering the most dangerous phase yet in the antagonism between these great powers. With so much political pressure on both regimes, with so much military posturing, and so much nationalism afoot, the least maritime bump or aviation scrape between the two could set off not a Cold War but a very hot one.
The New Economic Order, predicts three key features of the new world: state intervention, fiscal activism and continued Asian economic strength.
PH, however, proved incapable of working together to advance the people’s agenda. And for that, Mahathir must shoulder much of the blame. Right from the beginning, he sought to manipulate parties and personalities in pursuit of his own ambitions. He walked back on manifesto promises; he flirted with UMNO and PAS; he indulged his enormous appetite for race-based politics.
9 MAY 2020 — Two years ago to this date, 12,299,514 Malaysians had the braved humid climate,extended waiting times, and … More