by Dorairaj Nadason
As the dust settles on the Faiz Subri ‘English-speaking controversy’, let’s look at the bigger picture. Our athletes need not speak great English but, as our ambassadors, they must be able to speak in public.
Rights without remedies are like lights that do not shine and fires that do not glow
Malaysia is taking the lead to keep the pressure on Myanmar over the plight of the Rohingya.
THERE was a time when a tax professional would confidently tell you that tax avoidance would not get you in trouble.
Universities should take research and other academic activities seriously, so that they too will be taken seriously.
One of the religion’s five foundational goals is preservation of life, which in turn guides Muslims not to take their own lives.
As the new year gets underway, ordinary citizens are concerned about the rising cost of living, the ringgit’s low level and the outflow of capital.
Whether he spoke flawless English is not the point here. What matters is that he took home Fifa’s prestigious Puskas Award for the best goal of 2016 – a first for the country and for Asia.
THE Year of the Rooster is just around the corner. Perhaps, this should serve as a cue for us to slay the tricky chicken-and-egg situations that trouble us and impede our progress.
This is a party election year for PAS, the storm clouds have cleared and it is being courted by both sides as a partner ahead of the general election.