The impending Parliament meeting has become the arena for Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to unleash his psywar on his nemesis Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
Unwillingness of several state governments to follow the Federal Government’s decision to open up the economic and social sectors perhaps reflects a new political reality.
NINE out of the 13 states of the federation are not in sync with the Federal Government’s conditional movement control order (MCO).
DATUK Seri Mukhriz Mahathir is actually standing on the edge of a political precipice.
A meme that cracks me up during the movement control order (MCO) is the coffin dance.
But those who do not agree with Putrajaya’s decision of a conditional MCO can still continue to stay home.
ZHA NAN is a Chinese Internet slang to describe men who are selfish, irresponsible and have a bad personality.
IF YOU had asked me six weeks ago what was I looking forward to the most once the MCO ended, I would have said, “Going for sushi.”
As we are venturing into a prolonged MCO, I am hoping to ask you some trivial questions that have been bothering both my girlfriend and I for a while.
TODAY is World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) – a day dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of a free press. It is also a day of reflection among media professionals about issues of press freedom and professional ethics.
RECENTLY, for the first time in Malaysia, the Court of Appeal streamed live hearings online.
Before we recite a prayer of gratitude or pop the cork for celebration, let’s be wary that the killer is still on the loose.
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