MEETING the opposite sex with a view to matrimony has always been a difficult situation for many of us. In the old days when life was less complicated, many of us met our soulmates at places of study, work and worship, or social functions through the arrangement of elders and friends.
IT is a constitutional and human right to share happiness together on mutual understanding. If both parties are willing, it is all right to seek the services of matchmaking agencies.
ONE of the many issues of public concern is how to develop a strong maintenance culture in Malaysia in the interest of public safety and convenience.
ONE of the oft-quoted justifications to produce more doctors is that the World Health Organisation (WHO) has set the standard for a nation to be considered a developed country, at one doctor for every 400 persons.
STUDENT disciplinary problems continue to hinder learning. This is particularly prevalent in schools where enrolment reflects the complex mix of the local community.
THE letter "Love is all-encompassing" by Nor Shahid Mohd Nor (NST, Feb 20) was a good read. Loving God and all that He has created is the foundation of most religions.
"WEATHERING the storm" (NST, Feb 22) is a good article that explored the possibility of a transformation at Malaysia Airlines.
WHEN forestry is mentioned, the layman thinks of forests, logging and timber processing.
EDUCATION is an effective instrument of social engineering and has transformed us from an agrarian nation into a highly diversified one with a decent per capita income of US$10,000 (RM32,615) for its 30 million people over the past 57 years.
I AM non-partisan and only interested in the best for our people.