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One Man's Meat

The militant might be your neighbour

Recent arrests prevented terror attacks last month and have exposed an Abu Sayyaf presence within Peninsular Malaysia.

On Your Side

Good Samaritans of Hurricane Harvey

As Houston residents calculate the cost of the hurricane’s destruction, they are thankful for all the volunteers who reached out to save lives.

Making Progress

Sports and Unity

As the dust settles on the 29th South East Asian (SEA) Games, many Malaysians are still in awe of our impressive medal haul.

Real Life

Learning multiple languages when young

Every Malaysian can speak Bahasa Malaysia as it is the national language but not everyone can communicate in English and Mandarin. But the scenario is gradually changing as more children of other communities are enrolled in schools that teach the two additional languages alongside BM.

Law For Everyone

All you need to know about pleadings

At the beginning of a lawsuit, the parties formally submit their claims and defences.

A Humble Submission

A landmark judgment on judicial power

A Federal Court decision earlier this year has restored judicial power of the federation to the judiciary.

The Star Says

Shame for not supporting gender diversity

CORPORATE heads who dismiss the Government’s policy on gender diversity as mere lip service will soon find out how wrong they are. For some of them, their folly will be exposed in a very public way. But they cannot say they have not been warned.

So Aunty, So What?

Breathing new life into Carcosa

An exhibition on Merdeka is the first step in reinventing the role of this heritage site.

Along The Watchtower

Industry 4.0: The future is here

Malaysia cannot afford to lag in a world facing swift, exponential change driven by technological innovation.

Analysis

Rafizi fighting too many fires

PKR’s ‘Wonder Boy’ is taking a huge gamble by openly questioning Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s ‘amanat’ or mandate to engage with PAS in facing the general election.

IKIM Views

Managing quality and risks with MS1900

Abiding by principles derived from the Quran and the Sunnah will drive any institution towards business excellence.

The Bowerbird Writes

Platform to showcase moderation

Malaysia has the credentials to speak up on diversity, difference and tolerance, but we need a concrete action plan.

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