WE are getting old. The statistics show Malaysia’s inevitable march towards a difficult milestone – that of an ageing nation.
Universities are not just about training the workforce, but also about preserving knowledge and producing graduates who can be creative and imaginative.
Despite decades in the party, the group had not strategised, organised themselves or conveyed their ideas to all layers of the membership.
Ramadan is a gift from God and a chance to take a spiritual journey which purifies hearts, minds and souls.
PETALING JAYA: Negotiations for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) between Asean and six of its dialogue partners are on track to meet its target conclusion by the end of this year.
It was a week of contrasts. While Trump faced serious political setbacks in Washington last week, Xi launched his major Belt and Road initiative in Beijing.
The Belt and Road Forum was a feast for the eyes and tastebuds, as well as the mind.
The PKR congress swept the thorny issue of its broken ties with PAS under the carpet to focus on the general election and lay claim to the prime minister post.
PETALING JAYA: With the new US Trade Representative confirming the United States will not return to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), the other 11 members of the trade deal are scrambling to save it.
It has been a sensational fall from grace for the DAP politician from Sarawak who lost his seat after being exposed as having held dual Australian-Malaysian citizenship.