Recent and archived articles by Jane Ritikos
GEORGE TOWN: PAS leaders in Penang are throwing tantrums in the run-up to the Penanti by-election and it does not bode well for the Pakatan Rakyat alliance.
PUTRAJAYA: Concerned with parties breaching election rules and rowdy party supporters, the Election Commission (EC) wants to strictly enforce the Elections Offences Act, starting with the Penanti by-election.
PUTRAJAYA: The Government has removed the 30% bumiputra equity requirement for 27 services sub-sectors under a liberalisation of the services sector.
The Government has removed the 30% bumiputra equity condition in 27 services sub-sectors, with immediate effect.
Barisan Nasional component parties should bring up any dissatisfaction directly to the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and not air it in public.
There are too many Cabinet committees and the Government wants to reduce their numbers to ensure administrative matters are run smoothly and effectively.
The global financial situation does not appear to be improving just yet and there is indication that investment into Malaysia might shrink to half of last year's RM62bil figure, said Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
Barisan Nasional can no longer hope to win the support of the people by making promises to overcome problems during election campaigns, said MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Tee Keat.
Distraught father of A. Kugan does not accept the finding of the independent committee investigating the two conflicting post-mortem reports and is willing to exhume Kugan's body if need be.
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak wants to encourage respectful and fair dialogue on Malaysia's future involving the whole nation that takes place in a vibrant, free and informed media.