Recent and archived articles by Tashny Sukumaran
Kuala Lumpur has never established formal diplomatic ties with Israel, and the Prime Minister has long been a fierce critic of the countryThe ban includes July’s World Para Swimming Championships, a move criticised by the International Paralympic Committee
WHILE the old guard of Malaysian politics forms factions in intra-party power tussles, younger politicians seem to be distancing themselves from the fracas to steer the country away from race-based identity politics and pursue parliamentary reform.
The Wall Street Journal reported Beijing offered to derail investigations into sovereign wealth fund, in exchange for approval of infrastructure projects worth about US$34bil.
Earlier this year, when the Malaysian police searched homes and offices linked to Najib, they seized 284 designer handbags – many still in their boxes or filled with millions in cash, designer watches, or jewellery
For rehabilitated prisoners on death row, commuting their sentence to life imprisonment can allow them to rise from the ashes.
PUTRAJAYA: The second phase of Ops Gading will be launched next month and continue until July in an attempt to totally clean up Cameron Highlands.
EXCLUSIVE: KUALA LUMPUR: A species of beetle illegally brought in across the Thai-Malaysian border has been ravaging the nation’s palm trees, and – if left unchecked – can potentially decimate the palm oil industry within just 20 years.
KUALA LUMPUR: Several states are in danger of a water crisis if the hot weather continues, says Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Johnity Ongkili.
KUALA LUMPUR: Single mother ‘Ranee’ was just looking to be part of a family again, for her seven-year-old son to have a father in his life - but instead she was swindled out of over RM23,000.
ALOR SETAR: Padi farmers in Kedah and Perlis here have got their plots ready, tilled the land and prepared the soil to begin the planting for the new season. But they are just sitting around.