AS I write this, my heart is heavy and fear multiplies as the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight continues.
FOR a country that gets abundant rainfall, it is awfully unbelievable that Malaysia is grappling with a water shortage in its most developed district.
MISSING MH30: The entire process of locating aircraft must be tempered by sterile logic
THE final outcome of India's election this April-May was universally timed for the post-election moves by stakeholders, small and big. But the scene has changed faster than anyone expected.
THE promise that each generation will be better off than the last is a fundamental tenet of modern society. By and large, most advanced economies have fulfilled this promise, with living standards rising over recent generations, despite setbacks from wars and financial crises.
AIRPLANE passengers have always had to put up with a lot of inconveniences as they go through the various security procedures at an airport, more so especially after 9/11; but, the inconvenience is accepted as a necessary safety precaution. In the vast nation that is the airport world, this is the social contract between the passengers and the aviation safety authority: we'll give up some of our freedoms, provided that you keep us safe.
I AM appalled at the rising cost of medical care following the 14.4 per cent hike across the board for those seeking treatment from private doctors.
THERE are so many theories surrounding the mystery of the missing MAS flight MH370 and it is sad to learn that 239 lives can be extinguished within seconds.
I HAPPENED to be at the KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) on Saturday around 9pm. Naturally, I was wondering about the missing Malaysian airliner, in the same way that most people present there at the time probably were and wondering what had happened.
WE are all familiar with batteries. They are now very much a part of our everyday life. They start our cars, power our pacemakers and allow us to communicate using smartphones.
THE world is watching Malaysia over this MH370 incident. This is one of the most significant events in the aviation history of the world.
THERE has been much heated debate about the pros and cons of the Goods and Services Tax (GST). In view of the first Parliament sitting for this year, those planning a walkout should debate maturely on the matter. Voice their views constructively and not play on trivial issues.
T HE Raptor Watch 2014 was held on March 8-9 at the Tanjung Tuan Ilham Resort in Port Dickson. This year's theme was "We're All in this Together, People, Nature, Birds". The event is listed in the Tourism Calendar for the year and supported by Tourism Malaysia.
IT'S a sad day for Malaysia, especially for the families of those who went missing on board flight MH370 after the MAS aircraft disappeared from the air traffic control radar on Saturday morning.