- Police classify death of man in lock-up as murder
- BANTING MURDER: N. Pathmanabhan, three farm hands gets death
- British soldier hacked to death by Muslim terrorist
- RON97 price down by 20 sen
- 18 protestors detain for ignoring police orders to disperse
- 'Opposition reps are anarchists': Tunku Aziz
- S. Korean girl killed by suicide jumper
- IGP: Zero tolerance for street crimes
- Public advised not to visit places with leptospirosis cases
- PKR may postpone party election this November
- Britain calls emergency meeting after man killed in London
- Police deny photo of Adam Adli being handcuffed was taken at the Jinjang police station
- US soldier accused of secretly taping naked women
- Moyes is the real deal
- Toddler drowns in pail of water More
LIVELIER: Some expect fireworks in new state assembly as opposition now has more seats
MISBEHAVING: Overcrowding on the road can bring out the worst in behaviour of our motorists
HOW TO RULE? A trip to Yemen, Syria and Turkey is illuminating, but also raises many questions
HORIZONTAL ACCOUNTABILITY: Vital to ensure checks and balances in our institutions for the smooth functioning of our democracy
NO ENDORSEMENT: Despite its show of support for Taiwan, China has not endorsed the four demands Taiwan has made of the Philippines
CHILD PROTECTION: Malaysians do not accept paedophilia but a lot of them do not seem to view child marriage as a serious crime
OVER the past few days, Tunku Abdul Aziz Tunku Ibrahim has been training his guns on his former comrades in the opposition camp.
POLITICS, hopefully, will take a back seat in the state level Kaamatan or Harvest Festival at the end of this month in Penampang.
HERE'S a conundrum confronting many countries, ours included: how do we encourage far more students into science disciplines?
HISTORIC RELATIONSHIP: When the Johor sultan proudly mentioned Bangsa Johor during the swearing-in ceremony of Datuk Seri Mohammad Khaled Nordin as the 15th menteri besar, he was echoing the long and prosperous association of Chinese with Johor rulers, writes Abdul Rahim Ramli
NEUTRAL, BUT PRINCIPLED: Malaysia talks tough, but supports UN purposes
A MACET, or traffic jam, in Jakarta can frustrate anyone caught in it. The experience could also make one very angry especially if one is heading out to catch a flight or to get to a meeting in the city. But other than that I cannot really say there are too many things in the city that I dislike. In fact, to the contrary, there are many things there that I truly like.
TIP OF ICEBERG: Dynasties seem to be riding higher and higher in the polls
TOLERANCE: There have been attempts through recent high-profile events to erode the existing goodwill among us
VISION: A wish list from the Academy of Sciences prepares the nation to compete in a global innovation-led economy
GOSSIP AND RUMOURS: If a system is non-transparent, information of any kind carries a high value