Recent and archived articles by Santha Oorjitham
IT’S one of the world’s richest fishing grounds, where over half of the world’s fishing vessels cast their nets. But it’s threatened by overfishing, illegal fishing and fishing methods, and territorial disputes.
Ex-Education DG shares her ideas on Rukun Negara and ways to improve English among students.
KUALA LUMPUR: A visit to an orang asli kampung in 1992 changed Kon Onn Sein’s life
SHAH ALAM: Anja Juliah Abu Bakar has faced failures and setbacks. Her experiences inspired her to set up Blubear Holdings – a social enterprise selling eco-friendly, reusable sanitary products, which ploughs over half its profits into programmes teaching life skills to girls aged nine to 17.
WHENEVER any student in Tuaran, Sabah scores straight As, Datuk Seri Madius Tangau expects a phone call.
NON-GOVERNMENTAL organisations have been tracking election candidates since 1999 to see whether they deliver on their promises. But for the first time since the 13th general election, the Government has also been keeping track of campaign pledges.
Despite having to weather all sorts of criticisms, Faridah Khalid has persisted in her work to uphold values such as justice, accountability, unity and respect among Malaysians.
BACK in 2011, Datuk Idris Buang’s name was proposed to be one of two representatives from Sarawak to the senate. The state assembly voted for him and he went on to serve two three-year terms as a senator.
KUALA LUMPUR: Noor Fazliyana Mohamad Fadzil has been volunteering since September 2015 with Kedai Jalanan, the street store which provides free clothes and toiletries for the homeless and urban poor in the city.
In a multi-racial society, the principle of accountability to the people should be the priority, says a Kelantan scholar.