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DATUK Seri Najib Razak delivered a loud and clear message as he wrapped up the week-long Umno general assembly yesterday that proved to be a defining moment of his leadership of the nation and the party.
PAK Din, a restaurant owner in Cherating, Kuantan, sent me a short message awhile ago. He said: "Tuk, please help. Kampung saya banjir (My village is flooded)."
BASELESS CLAIMS: Detractors accuse delegates of not helping victims
WE are living in the age of hype so things must be 10 times more brilliant, more imposing, more reaching to the skies with more glitter scattered.
I HAD a very brief encounter with Nelson Mandela many years ago. It was at one of the World Social Summits where world leaders spoke about a better qualify of life for mankind.
BN AND PAS: If there was ever a good time for the leaders of the two Malay parties to hold a muzakarah, it would be now
DUTY: Najib vows to uphold religion
I HAVE three distinct personal memories of Nelson Mandela that I hope adds a little light to an understanding of politics.
IF S.H. Alattas' latest book is to be the indicator, this year's Umno general assembly would be a surprisingly tame affair. The non-conformist, no-nonsense, feared and hated one-man demolition team, S.H. Alattas (also known as Pak Habib or Nujum Pak Belalang) would normally come out with a book more controversial than the last.
MADIBA left us for good yesterday in dignified tranquillity, the passing of South Africa's greatest soul at 95 soon sparked a global mourning as much as it commemorates his seminal life, first in slaying the evil beast of apartheid and then forgiving his Afrikaner jailers and tormentors.
PIVOTAL ROLE: Our Foreign Ministry gains vantage position in formulating policy directions
TIGER ON THE PROWL: Flexing of muscles by Beijing not a wise move
THEIR MISSION: Academicians can be our advocates for constructive social causes
POLITICAL PARALYSIS: Sometimes, the more things change, the more they stay the same
SURPRISE: A brief video broadcast in the Umno president's keynote address
IN a recent interview with Bloomberg, banker-turned-minister Datuk Seri Abdul Wahid recalled how his father, who worked in a factory, struggled to raise his 10 children in Johor.