Opinion

Opinion: Tesla and South Korea might not be the dream pairing it seems

Yoon, battling poor public opinion polls, was keen to make the pitch for why the world’s richest man may want…

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Anwar Ibrahim: No-Holds-Barred Analysis

Anwar Ibrahim has been sworn in as Malaysia’s 10th PM. He will now form a government in coalition with UMNO’s…

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Can GE15 bring us policy certainty and political stability?

Longer term structural issues have been put aside to concentrate on immediate concerns. Budget 2023 is on hold since parliament…

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VIDEO: Isn’t it time we let the next generation lead this nation?

Saudara Kamal Munim. Calon PKR utk kerusi P061 Padang Rengas. Timbalan Ketua Angkatan Muda Keadilan (AMK). Seorang peguam.

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What do citizens hope for after the GE15? Moot questions which can bring bright nation or doom

Certainly many want a successful country with good ratings on the world stage. Improving our status among Asean and into…

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How bad planning derailed an RM800 million railway

The first was built by the British-owned Eastern Metal and Mining Company immediately after the 2nd World War ended. The…

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YOURSAY | Don’t cry for Rosmah, Malaysia

Rosmah has the form but no substance. She may be well-known as FLOM (First Lady of Malaysia) but has no…

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A long list of 1MDB villains, a tribute to our real heroes

Why a re-visit? Why a walk down the past? It is an examination of the past and comparing it to…

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Cosy cronyism in Malaysian arms procurements

These strings of “coincidences” merely point to the cosy cronyism that has been the stock in trade of arms procurement…

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No mood for Merdeka?

I notice that not many Malaysians are enthusiastic about celebrating Merdeka Day. On this date 65 years ago, the Federation…

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Today marks the end of an era of tyranny

The numerous offshore accounts opened to launder money out of the country for their personal spending.

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LCS project scam was pre-planned, claims Rafizi

He said this was proven with the involvement of various dummy companies and the layers of subcontractors appointed for the…

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No ship on horizon but bad debts settled Ponzi-style

That's how we deal with problems - by window dressing it. PSC Industries failed but instead of dealing with the…

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In Malaysia ‘semua boleh’ – everything is possible

News broke a week ago that apparently the defence ministry and Boustead Naval Shipyard (BNS), a private contractor appointed for…

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Dr Mahathir: New concept on Malay and Islamic agenda to be initiated

Another Malay Islamic agenda? What happened to ALL the other Malay Islamic agendas? Dasar Ekonomi Baru failed. Outline Perspective Plan…

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