- GST implementation to add up to RM27b to Malaysia's income
- Saiful, Nik Suryani to tie the knot
- New Xbox more than a game console
- ‘Opposition chaos agenda’ claim
- Clean water supply in Selangor, KL steadily decreasing: Syabas
- Chef detained in connection with wife's murder
- Small fire sends smoke into 787 cabin in Boston
- Malaysia can become great through balanced education: Idris
- MCA: Unwise not to join cabinet
- Police confirm sex videos seizure of Pas leader
- Bumiputeras can now afford to be involved in equity investments: Shahrir
- Bollywood bad boy Dutt held in 'terrorist' jail cell: report
- 6 people injured in bomb explosion in Sg Golok
- Poul-Erik Hoyer Larsen is the new President of BWF
- Khairy set on 'breaking down walls' More
ISLAM AND DIPLOMACY: Full text of Regent of Perak Raja Dr Nazrin Shah's keynote address at the Peace and Security Forum 2013
WITH their civilian-supremacy political culture, Indians have always disapproved past military takeovers in their neighbourhood. They have responded warmly to the outcome of Pakistan's polls, hopefully ending that pattern after 55 years.
NATIONAL carmaker Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional (Proton) must be doing something right. It seems at any stop on the road now, one is bound to see either to the left, the right, in front or at the back, at least one of its latest offering, the Proton FLX. It seems the reasonably-priced sedan is giving another affordable national car, the Perodua Myvi, a run for its money.
THE 13th General Election is over, and Barisan Nasional (BN) has again formed the new government at federal level.
BITS OF WISDOM: The recent general election has rekindled an astonishing amount of interest in numbers
COMMON HERITAGE: The seemingly intractable bilateral issues can be surmounted given earlier precedents of success
CONTRIBUTION: First-generation migrants are sending a staggering amount of dollars to their families in developing countries, writes Marie Arana
NO TIME TO WASTE: The cabinet has to be creatively pragmatic to drive the agenda of progress
DEFEAT OF MODERATES: Its unimpressive performance in GE13 raises questions on the path the party has taken in recent years
PEACE AND STABILITY: After the May 5 polls, there was tension among the people over the defeat of certain politicians, but good sense prevailed that unity is far more important
INCREMENTAL REFORMS: It is vital for Malaysia's future that our uneven numbers relating to performance along ethnic lines eventually even out
WOE betide the manager of the Brazilian national team whose head is strategically placed on the chopping block every time the team plays: it must be a win or there will be hell to pay.
REPRESENTATION: Sultan Ibrahim had wanted a Chinese in the exco
A new era has arrived in immigration. Many countries -- the United States, the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands -- have for decades taken in poor immigrants with the express intention that they would do work that native citizens had become reluctant to do. The labour was either too hard, too cheap or too dangerous for the locals.
GE13: Some went overboard on polling day to prevent those who didn't look like Malaysians from voting
ARRIVING in Yemen last week, I had an experience I'd never had before. I drove from the airport into Sana, the capital, on the main thoroughfare, through a raging torrent of water.