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Walk the talk

High praises were sung at the Universiti Malaya law faculty's jubilee celebration last Friday (June 17). The list of successful alumni is long, and we cheered with great pride that the half-century-old faculty has successfully produced great legal minds. Minds trained to prevail in the national interest and to uphold Malaysian laws, customs and traditions. We cheered even louder when the Prime Minister emphasised the fact that all three branches of government today are led by Universiti Malaya law faculty alumni.

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Let's speak and be understood

I have nothing against Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob globetrotting to promote the use of the Malay language although I'm fearful that this is another jingoistic, vote-chasing "hangat-hangat tahi ayam" thing. And as if to thumb the nose at the Prime Minister's folly, the Sarawak government is allowing English to be used in the state's administration.

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Position food security as top national security agenda

IMMEDIATE-TERM measures by the government to overcome chicken supply and price issues are not sustainable and are a significant disruption to the market.

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Address medicine supply issues speedily

THERE is a shortage of certain medicines in the market which has been noted lately. This is not a new phenomenon and has been seen ever since countries around the world started emerging from lockdown measures and resumed economic activities.

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Nipping it in the butt

Tobacco not only kills people but also our planet. Tougher policies are needed to curb smoking to secure a brighter future for our children.

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Kota Bharu High Court rules that vernacular schools are constitutional

MCA welcomes the Kota Bharu High Court’s dismissal of a lawsuit by Pertubuhan Ikatan Guru-guru Muslim Malaysia (iGuru) challenging the existence of vernacular schools.

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Malaysia is entering a serious food security conundrum

ARABLE land is defined by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as land currently used, or potentially capable of being used, to grow seasonal crops.

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Joining Asean or not should not matter to Timor-Leste

With the landslide election of Jose Ramos Horta as president of one of the youngest democracies in the world recently, Timor-Leste, the moment is ripe for Asean to open its doors and welcome a new member to its family.

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What living with the virus entails

It’s about juggling public health, economic recovery, and personal responsibility and choice.

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Already beating the war drums

Fireworks go off as political noise starts to become louder.

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Making sense of inflation and ringgit

THE increasing cost of food, fuel and essential items – these are the biggest challenges facing governments around the world today as inflation climbs.

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The good and bad of palm oil’s rise

THE Prime Minister has been visiting the Pasar Ramadan at his Bera parliamentary constituency in southwestern Pahang since the fasting month began.

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