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Searching for an opportunistic pact

Old guards keep realigning to create new ties, but the grassroots would just like a collaboration that works

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Global hypocrisies exposed

'The elephant perched on one's eyelids is not visible, but the ant across the ocean is clearly visible.' The fault of others is visible even when far away, but we are blind to our own.

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Morality in the age of social media

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Lessons small countries can learn from the Russia-Ukraine conflict

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People are not their governments

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No sign of unity in the Opposition

Pakatan needs to forget ‘ego, bad blood and anger’ and go for the big tent approach, say analysts.

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DAP party polls results show no one is untouchable

KLANG: The results of the DAP party polls at its 17th national congress appears to be laden with a clear and concise message to its leaders.

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Security firms must be responsible for background checks of personnel stationed at schools

THE system in place to prevent sexual criminals and those who endanger children from acquiring jobs in schools has significant flaws, as evidenced by the recent case of suspected murder and arson by a school guard in Bandar Tun Razak, Cheras.

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Floods – was it rain or bad drains?

As waters recede after a second round of flooding, it’s time we decide on who runs our cities, and hold them accountable.

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#BreakTheBias: When women are given opportunities, the world benefits

DOCTOR Özlem Türeci, Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert and Doctor Kizzmekia Corbett – these are three female scientists from Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States, respectively.

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Brush with Covid-19 a chance to reflect, also a wake-up call

DESPITE being unnecessarily paranoid about constantly sanitising my hands and avoiding social events over the past two years, I finally caught Covid-19.

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EPF global outreach bears dividends

There was plenty to cheer for Malaysians when the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) announced its headline dividend of 6.1% for its conventional fund and 5.65% for the syariah fund.

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