I REFER to the report "Egos must not collide if NFDP is to be a success" (NST, April 13).
MY sympathies are with the police, who are in a dilemma as to which court order to follow in the case of the two parents where each has a court order (from the civil court and the Syariah court) for the custody of their two children.
WHAT do we citizens make of this advertisement in a traffic junction in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
IN the latest development of the water crisis, particularly in Selangor, we are informed that the government is looking at the extension of water cut for another three months.
WHEN we speak of unity, we immediately jump to bigger issues like national policies, political leadership, economic action plans and social mechanics. What many fail to realise is that like charity, unity too begins at home.
EASTER, the most important date in the Christian calendar and indeed for all Christians, celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
RECENTLY, I saw a banner advertising a public gathering "Reformasi 2.0". The main speakers are the usual politicians in the opposition and their supporters. The first question that crossed my mind was -- what do they want to reform?
FATAL bus crashes in Malaysia never seem to end, with the latest tragedy involving a reputable bus company carrying 68 passengers, which flipped over after crashing into an electricity pole at Km11 Jalan Bentong-Raub.
IT is with deep sadness that we acknowledge Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has vanished and there is no way we can do anything more except to recover the wreckage or investigate what actually happened.
PLANE tragedies are not new. The relatives of those killed in the plane would usually press for an explanation and the media would be very cooperative with the relevant authorities. Everyone accepted the occurrences as fate and the relatives of those who perished did not display their sorrow in full public view.