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Matters of the Mind

It's time to heal and reconcile now that GE15 is over

Let’s put the 15th general elections and our different views behind us to build a better tomorrow.


Dear Thelma: Taking care of grandma is driving me mad

I feel like I'm going mad because of her insistence on me talking to her although I'm busy revising and doing assignments.

Putting Dr G On The Spot

Do sex toys enhance or harm relationships?

Sex toys are objects or a device that have sole purpose of enhancing sexual pleasure. Sex toys can broadly be divided into different categories.

It's Just Politics

Lights, camera, action – on the world’s stage

“WILL Anwar be Prime Minister?” was the most asked question when I was in Bangkok last week. At that time, Pakatan Harapan chairman Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and Perikatan Nasional chairman Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin were vying to be Malaysia’s 10th prime minister.

On The Beat

A new dawn begins

IT’S infinitely unnerving when politicians rely on a combination of race and religious issues to garner support.

The Star Says

Live the spirit of the Rukun Negara

ON Wednesday, the Conference of Rulers called on the new Federal Government to foster the spirit of togetherness among Malaysians, regardless of race or religion.


A Cabinet for political survival

THE most asked question in the last one week has finally been answered.

Sports Box

A lot to do for new sports minister – if she lasts long enough

THE youth and sports fraternity has been waiting with bated breath for who the new minister in charge will be.


Get cracking on upping egg supply, lowering food prices

I AM neither a businesswoman, economist nor a farmer but I have seen the fruits of labour from my late grandmother’s farm.

Why Not?

A unifying PM is what we need

New Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has been welcomed by many like a breath of fresh air.


Realpolitik the order of the day

TRUTH be told, it's certainly not the perfect Cabinet line-up. It's likely that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was pulled from all sides, including by some powerful figures who insisted on their choices of Cabinet representatives.

Big Smile, No Teeth

China's kids can only play three hours of video games a week

China's kids can only play three hours of video games a week

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