THE Pakatan Harapan government could end up like Lou Bega’s Mambo No. 5, Right Said Fred’s I’m Too Sexy and Sir Mix-A-Lot’s Baby Got Back if it doesn’t handle reforms properly.
ON the night of April 4, a Filipino contact informed me via Facebook messenger that a Malaysian KV (kidnap victim) was rescued near Jolo island and he was on board a helicopter bound for Zamboanga City.
ON Monday, I was reminded of this question when I had a WhatsApp conversation with a researcher of a political think tank on the Sandakan by-election.
Malaysians love fake news, but a growing number are now checking their veracity.
IT IS a case which can be best described as the insensitivity of a state leader.
PRIME Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has one advice to Pakatan Harapan leaders and minister – think harder before talking, look before leaping.
PRIME Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is driving a Proton X70 sport utility vehicle (SUV) when he sees a highway toll booth in front of him.
M. Indira Gandhi’s high-profile court battles resulted in a landmark judgment, but what she truly aches for is a reunion with her youngest child, who was snatched away in 2009.
Less familiar with Jolo’s terrain, the Philippine military has a hard time fighting the Abu Sayyaf terrorists. Working against the soldiers are also factors like weak tactics, corruption and lack of information.
IRREGULARITIES in a minister’s master’s degree were exposed.
“ZAMBOANGA City is very tense. Not a good time to go in.”
Some details that have surfaced about the bomb attack at a Jolo church are unreliable, incomplete and confusing. This makes it hard to piece together what actually happened and to find the culprits.