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Brave Views Bold Ideas
Joceline Tan

Analysis by Joceline Tan

A big year for Khairy

When Umno Youth leader Khairy Jamaluddin takes his place on the Umno stage next week, it is with the knowledge that he has not disappointed those who gave him such a sweeping victory last year.

Marina Mahathir

Musings by MARINA MAHATHIR

Warriors who lack vision

IMAGINE if you will, a band of warriors making their way through some tall grass. They are armed to the teeth because they are convinced that within the dense foliage, there are untold numbers of hostile parties ready to attack them at any time.

Veera Pandiyan
Joceline Tan

Analysis by Joceline Tan

Dong Zong risks being torn apart

The Chinese education group was once so powerful that it could bring down Chinese politicians and political parties, but a string of controversies the last few months has made it the laughing stock of the community.The Chinese education group, Dong Zong, was once so powerful that it could bring down Chinese politicians and political parties but a string of controversies the last few months has made it the laughing stock of the community.

June H L Wong

So Aunty, So What? by June HL Wong

Goodbye housewife, hello single lady

A recent event in China clearly signalled that the demise of the housewife is imminent and the ascent of the single woman inevitable. So what’s a mum with two daughters supposed to make of this?

IKIM Views
Star Says

The Star Says by The Star Says

Treasure diversity

SLIGHTLY over three months ago, on Aug 10, we launched our campaign to remind Malaysians about the need to be open to Brave Views and Bold Ideas – but tempered by moderation.

Joceline Tan

Analysis by Joceline Tan

Finger on the Umno pulse

The Umno general assembly next week will have to take note of the growing restlessness among party members about Umno’s direction and the way it is dealing with issues close to their heart.

Joceline Tan

Analysis by Joceline Tan

MB’s clash over Camerons

The Cameron Highlands disaster not only claimed lives and damaged property, it also put the Pahang Mentri Besar and a leading Malay newspaper on a collision course.

Wong Chun Wai

On The Beat by Wong Chun Wai

A right royal resolution

The return of the seized Bibles has proven that rational Malaysians are still the majority, and there is no place for extremists who call for the burning of Bibles, or any holy book for that matter.

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