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Why Not? by Dorairaj Nadason

Lesson schools need to learn

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.

Mergawati Zulfakar

Mergawati by Mergawati Zulfakar

South China Sea remains a concern

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.

Analysis by Joceline Tan

Looking for clues in PAS veep race

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.

The Star Says by The Star Says

Getting carried away with investment schemes

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.

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