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Nurul Izzah on the sidelines of PKR polls

FOR a while, it seemed like PKR’s “reformasi princess" Nurul Izzah Anwar was contemplating a return to politics.

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Who will dare to bell the cat in Bersatu?

TUN Dr Mahathir Mohamad has made a remarkable recovery for someone who almost died a few months ago.

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Another epic contest for power in PKR

DATUK Seri Anwar Ibrahim has been quite decorous about the big fight for the PKR deputy presidency.

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'Bossku' stirs things up in DAP heartland

PENANG has become a DAP stronghold over the last decade and Datuk Seri Najib Razak knew he was walking into the lion’s den.

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More leaders should ride into the sunset

NOT many people thought they would ever see Lim Kit Siang and Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad ride off into the sunset. Well, it has finally happened or, at least, it looks like a sunset scene.

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Will DAP mentor control the party from behind the curtains?

FEELINGS of nostalgia and gratitude filled the air during Lim Kit Siang’s swan song speech at his party’s national congress.

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Flying daggers turned into smiles at end of Umno meet

THE Umno general assembly had started on such a belligerent note.

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Major leadership changes in DAP election

THE stage is set for a watershed political transition in DAP, as by the time the sun sets on Sunday (March 20) the party will be led by a new secretary-general and also a new chairman.

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Will the PM heed the ‘bubar’ calls at the Umno assembly?

THE hero of the Johor election, Datuk Seri Hasni Mohammad will be greeted by big cheers and applause at the Umno general assembly this Friday (March 18).

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Mighty Umno fortress rises again

IT was a victorious night for Barisan Nasional in Johor but a dark one for the other parties, some of which were wiped out or crippled.

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An election where ‘Bossku’ became the hot topic

WHO would have imagined that Datuk Seri Najib Razak would become a central issue in the battle for Johor?

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Cold political mood in Johor’s ‘golden weekend’

TAN Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has been reaching out to the Chinese voters in Johor

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