- Police deny photo of Adam Adli being handcuffed was taken at the Jinjang police station
- Respect rule of law, Karpal urged
- 'Opposition reps are anarchists': Tunku Aziz
- Toddler drowns in pail of water
- ‘ Accept reality, Anwar’
- Malaysia Airlines helps mum, child
- Mama proposes RM6,000 fee
- 66,000 ICs issued to Sabah immigrants
- “I thought I knew him...”
- Mother and two-month-old baby died in after ramming into an electric pole
- 14 arrested for corruption offences
- Three people killed in road accident
- Investments up 44%
- Birthday outing takes tragic turn More
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
CAUTIONARY TALE: Those who spread online rumours are like the boy who cried wolf
GENTLEMANLY: Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman would rather let his record as Johor MB speak for itself
BREAKING THE EMBARGO: Why Malaysia organised military aid to Bosnia
OF late, much has been made of the term "popular vote", or the actual number of ballots cast by voters in an election.
FRONT AND CENTRE: The new Kelantan menteri besar has to step out of the shadows of his predecessor
HUMAN SECURITY: This is the final part of Regent of Perak Raja Dr Nazrin Shah’s keynote address at the Peace and Security Forum 2013 on May 16
NEW DIRECTION: Government policies and decisions will reflect a multiculturalist and corporatist approach