by Dorairaj Nadason
Development is often a good thing and change is constant. But as hills are cleared, trees felled and beaches threatened, the island of Penang may be in for just too much of a good thing.
For many in China, Zhang Jinlai should be at the forefront of the Spring Festival this year.
Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir’s experience in the Kedah political crisis shows that the party is always bigger than the individual, no matter how famous the person or his family may be.
A mother pines for her child, the community is polarised, the judiciary is split down the line; the legislature maintains thunderous silence.
NOBODY likes having to pay more for anything. Especially if the hike is large and abrupt, and with little explanation offered. Is it any wonder then that there has been much disapproval and anxiety over the Government’s decision to immediately raise the levy for foreign workers by as much as 266%?
You cannot allow others to determine how you dance, or you might win some battles but you will not be able to cope in the overall war.
Just because certain quarters in a particular religion or faith do not behave in tandem with its teachings, the religion is not to blame.
After surviving ‘sparks’ in Parliament over the TPPA motion, Malaysian negotiators are going into another long haul over the next two years – introducing amendments involving at least 17 laws before the agreement is enforced.
The increase in inequality of income and wealth has become a top global issue that must be tackled to avoid economic crisis and
THE revised Budget was a fair reflection of the challenges the Government faces as the slump in crude oil prices bites hard into the economy. The shortfall from oil revenues has basically forced the hand of the Government when it announced its revised Budget for 2016.