Malaysia is not losing anything with the sale of a 49.9% equity in Proton to a strategic partner
WE ALL know what it is like to be an employee. And rare is the employee who has no complaints about his employer.
The PKR shock and awe in proclaiming Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim as the prime minister candidate has been the talk of political circles, but how will the husband-and-wife package go down with voters?
Tension was high in Indonesias West Kalimantan last weekend, and although police were able to contain the situation, the problem remain.
Sometimes it takes a stint away from home to make you realise that you see yourself as Malaysian first.
A deal with Geely is a smart partnership to lift Proton to its next level of growth.
Improving the committee system in Parliament is the key to restoring a system of check and balance.
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.