Islam supports the preservation and conservation of the environment for the benefit of creation as a whole.
The Government tries to consult stakeholders before implementing new regulations, but the feedback process should be handled professionally and objectively.
LAST week a very interesting article on why medicine prices have become far out of reach of the ordinary person was published in The Lancet, one of the most prestigious medical and health journals in the world.
Another round of peace talks between Thailand and rebel groups hosted by Malaysia will be starting soon, but any new chances of success are still in question.
The popularity rating of Datuk Seri Azmin Ali is clearly on the rise but it is still unclear whether he will be able to continue with his ‘one husband, two wives’ formula after the next general election.
Several recent crime cases have shaken Malaysians quite a bit. We leave it to our police force to provide answers to this madness.
ON Wednesday, the Malaysian Palm Oil Board launched a worldwide competition that offers a US$1mil (RM4.5mil) grand prize in addition to cash prizes totalling US$130,000 (RM585,000).
Too often, women do not get full credit for their work. Isn’t it time to highlight their contribution, dedication and capability?
by Tan Sri Dr Munir Majid
THE gravest threat of the rise of nationalist populism is to the universal values and practices of a civilised world which took several decades to develop. It is this that modern tribalism in Europe and America seeks to cannibalise.
Opposition leaders are fighting to lead, but at least some are trying to project a united front.