- PKR to file Balik Pulau petition
- Mom stabs 2-year old girl in head with scissors during tiff with hubby
- M'sian couple on Aussie rich list
- Police capable of handling gathering in PJ - Ahmad Zahid
- Stone Temple Pilots sue ex-frontman Scott Weiland
- 'Only two solutions to avert disaster'
- Soccer: I got carried away with QPR, says ’naive’ Fernandes
- University lecturers to boost English in schools
- Paul Low resigns as Transparency International Malaysia president
- Opposition agreed to hold peaceful gatherings but did opposite - Zahid
- Malaysian couple joins Aussie's billionaire club
- Thousands throng temples nationwide
- Police will appeal rejection of remand on trio, says Ahmad Zahid
- Giant Lego Star Wars X-Wing lands on NY's Times Square
- 2 coaches leave Manchester United More
SPOT-FIXING: This is not the cricket that Indians grew up playing and watching
IN my lifetime, I have been robbed twice -- in 1982 and just last month. I was lucky to have survived both episodes. Perhaps that was why I was neither traumatised nor did I begin to play the blame game.
WHILE there is obviously still a lot to be done in order to bring the country's governance standards in line with international best practice, the government's response to the many major issues of public concern of the day in social, economic and political terms deserves our support.
CREATE AWARENESS: Combating the menace has to be a people's movement
TUSSLE OVER EXCO POSTS: Leaders are jostling for the biggest slice of the state pie
ONE way President Barack Obama can begin to put the Internal Revenue Service scandal behind him is by proposing comprehensive tax reform. Beyond the usual Washington theatrics, the real problem is that the US tax code is unbelievably complicated, clocking in around 74,000 pages, with all rulings, regulations and other material.
CONFLICT-RIDDLED PKR is keen to hold back its party elections, supposedly to let it recover from the fierce electoral battle fought with political opponents in the just concluded national polls.
THE demise of the Roman Empire resulted from a combination of strategic overreach and excessive delegation of security responsibilities to newcomers. Without making undue comparisons, the question for the United States today is whether it can remain the world's leading power while delegating to others or to technological tools the task of protecting its global influence.
BOTH Malaysia and the Philippines have just gone through national elections with the status quo obtaining, more or less, in both instances.
THE remerging of the Ministry of Education (MoE) and Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) is based on the principal rationale and faith that the one ministry will align the philosophies, programmes and projects of the education sector to achieve vision 2020. A strong education sector with a great knowledge and learning society will create the momentum of development beyond 2020 to meet all kinds of local and global challenges.
WHEN I told friends that I've scaled Mount Kinabalu twice, many exclaimed that I must be fit and enjoy the outdoors very much.
IT is time to put politics aside and focus on something more important -- our children. Adults have had their "fun" in the political arena for the past few months. The 13th General Election (GE13) is over. Accept the results and move on.
ABOUT two years ago, the folks at Google released a database of 5.2 million books published between 1500 and 2008. You can type a search word into the database and find out how frequently different words were used at different epochs.
NOBODY gave a quizzical look on the arrests of opposition and two pro-opposition characters for sedition. It was inevitable. It was a question of time and place.
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