Malaysia cannot afford to lag in a world facing swift, exponential change driven by technological innovation.
The splendid opening ceremony for KL2017 showed the best of Malaysia, but intolerance looms as a threat to national harmony.
With Malaysia again hosting the SEA Games after 16 years, it is a shame that our sports heroes of the past are not given due recognition and rewards for their contributions.
In a landmark decision, 122 UN member states approved a treaty to eliminate atomic weapons, but the countries with nuclear arsenals are against it.
British PM got a hung parliament while newspaper columnists and political commentators failed to read the pulse of Britain.
AN air of dismay hangs over Jakarta and much of Indonesia in the wake of former governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama’s conviction for blasphemy.
The gushing praise for the US president from the media and politicians reflects the country’s constant appetite for war, no matter what the reason is to declare one.
Turning the May 13 cemetery into a heritage site would be a step towards truly learning from a tragic episode.
Malaysia is not likely to face food shortages but food security, especially for our staple of rice, should not be taken for granted.
While many who are conferred awards deserve the accolade, the rising number of titles being given to criminals and scumbags makes a mockery of the honour.
Traffic congestion in the country’s historic city has gotten worse and ironically two traffic dispersal projects under construction have become part of the problem.
The Malaysian women’s hockey team deserves praise for making it to the next round of World Cup qualification, and more sponsorship is needed for the country’s ice sports athletes.