by Dorairaj Nadason
The recent rampage outside schools has again highlighted a major problem with schools – the weaknesses in a system that overlooks poor performing students, making them easy targets for gangs.
The framework of the code of conduct (CoC) in South China Sea being finalised by Asean and China may be adopted next month when senior officials meet. But concerns remain on “developments” still taking place in the hotly contested maritime area.
FOR several years, PAS president Datuk Seri Hadi Awang was not keen on moves in the party for his eldest son to rise up the ranks or to contest in the general election.
Within a narrow field, the Constitution places on the shoulders of the monarch the awesome burden of making critical decisions in his personal wisdom.
Despite all the warnings from friends, family and colleagues, Americans have turned out to be just like us.
Even if we disapprove of what they say, we should defend to the death their right to say it.
IT appears that some of us can be sceptical about anything except the promise of great investment profits. Although these people automatically dismiss every official statement as spin or a lie, they are willing to believe that those with unproven abilities and fuzzy methods can extract strong and steady returns from unpredictable markets.
Looking back at the party’s history, it has not hesitated to remove anyone attempting to bring the party away from this agenda.
Today we find ourselves confused between knowledge, information, conjecture, theories, and speculation.
Donald Trump will mark his first 100 days in office this week. It’s time to gauge his impact on the world, especially the developing countries.