- Man sorry for assault on wife
- FLOOD: Flood victims at relief centres exceed 50,000
- Nadal downs old rival Federer to reach final
- FLOOD : Kuantan town centre almost paralysed, 37,100 evacuated in 4 states
- 11,000 go without power in Terengganu
- Malaysia's national economic transformation initiatives won world's accolades
- Jln Cenderawasih permanently closed since Nov 15: DBKL
- Tribute to King of Thailand
- SHOWBIZ: More than OK
- FLOOD : Kemaman residents say this is the worst
- Indian court orders fresh trial for Bollywood's Khan
- Residents in Kuantan resuming daily routine
- Why Umno must embrace social media faster
- East Timorese stone Australian embassy in spying row
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SAME PAGE: The leaders of Israel and the US are together again for Iran nuke talks and peace with Palestinians
IN CONTRAST: Their tidak-apa behaviour is difficult to understand and is annoying
TRYING PERIOD: The people in Pahang go out of their way to help each other during floods
CYBER SECURITY: A recent survey found that Malaysian children are not savvy about their Internet privacy
DARE TO FLY: Beijing makes veiled threat about using 'emergency measures' to enforce rules against airlines
INTO FULL SWING: Now that Umno leaders have laid out the issues to be debated, the delegates are set to electrify the floor
AS the saying goes, the game of chess can be a metaphor for life. In 2009, 18-year-old Norwegian, Magnus Carlsen, emerged as the youngest No. 1 chess player in the history of the game.
OF course, we all know that long trips, no matter how stretched out, are a horrible burden these days, so, forgive me for feeling racked by the process -- around the world in 30 days, surgery in between.
AS the political impasse in Thailand remains, very few countries attract the attention of the world with a mystical king -- King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
COAL is emerging as a major topic of conversation at the United Nations climate change negotiations taking place in Warsaw, and rightly so. Indeed, it is a discussion that the world needs to have.
IT was good to meet and discuss matters of mutual interest with the army brass in Langkawi a few weeks ago. But it was also as interesting to listen to Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's pre-luncheon speech at a forum last Monday.
IN May, Carolyn McCarthy, a nine-term congresswoman from Long Island, New York, was diagnosed with lung cancer. Her treatment began almost immediately, causing her to take a lengthy absence from her office while she fought the disease.
"YOU are a fat b@EuroSTG#&!" is a phrase that many of us would not use in front of our friends or elders. But apparently, that sense of respect does not apply in the virtual world.
AN area that should be the focus of delegates at the Umno annual general assembly is the party's handling of social media.
TIME and tide wait for no man, and many have found out the hard way that the luxury of time is at best, fleeting.
MONITORING recent major events on the country's social media reminds me of one of Aesop's Fables, titled The Boy Who Cried Wolf -- the often told tale of a shepherd-boy who fooled his villagers into believing there is a wolf to amuse himself and later suffered when the real wolf appeared and no one came to help him.