Wong Chun Wai

On The Beat by Wong Chun Wai

Drown out the bigots

Road bully Siti Fairrah Ashykin Kamaruddin, better known as Kiki, must be happy that her case has been settled before Raya. She has been fined RM5,000 and ordered by the Sessions Court to perform 240 hours of community service.

Joceline Tan

Analysis by Joceline Tan

Move backfires on Anwar

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's bid to make his wife Selangor's first woman Mentri Besar has started to unravel with the top PAS leadership openly expressing support for Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim.

Star Says

The Star Says by The Star Says

Persevering in these trying times

AS the contingents trooped out for the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, the smiles and light-hearted banter, with athletes flashing their smartphones, reminded everyone why the Commonwealth Games is often billed as the Friendly Games.

Soo Ewe Jin

Comment by Tan Sri Dr Munir Majid

The Philippines gets ready for AEC

I WAS in Manila last week to give the keynote address at a conference to get small and medium enterprises (SMEs) prepared for the coming Asean Economic Community (AEC). I stayed back for the programme afterwards and attended the breakout sessions.

Karim Raslan
Tho Xin Yi

Why Not? by Dorairaj Nadason

It's a mad, mad, mad, mad world

Those whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad. So the saying goes. The world around us seems to be going mad, with human life becoming ever more cheap. Are the gods about to destroy us all?

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  1. Drown out the bigots
  2. Move backfires on Anwar
  3. Justice at all cost for MH17
  4. Persevering in these trying times
  5. M'sia can learn from Indonesian polls
  6. Land of many contradictions