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.
Malaysians through force of habit are still very reliant on cash, which is why the adoption of e-payments here is rather slow.
The Japanese occupation of North Borneo may be nothing more than ancient history to some people, but there is plenty to learn about what people experienced in those difficult years.
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