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Another year for fake news Act

PETALING JAYA: It will now take a year for the Anti-Fake News Act, which was bulldozed through at the last Parliament sitting and gazetted days before the 14th General Election, to be done away with.

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MAP to represent Indian community

PETALING JAYA: A new political party called Malaysian Advancement Party (MAP) has been set up to protect, promote and advance the interests of the Indian community, said its pro-tem committee chairman P. Waytha Moorthy.

New minister must work for all communities

A letter from PROF DATUK DR DENISON JAYASOORIA, Institute of Ethnic Studies Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

Waytha: He’s not a ghost but a close friend and nature lover

PUTRAJAYA: The Hindu scholar seen in the public gallery of Dewan Negara, and whose images went viral, is a friend of newly sworn-in minister P. Waytha Moorthy.

Liew Chin Tong to become senator on July 17 along with Hindraf chief, Raja Bahrin and 5 others

PETALING JAYA: DAP’s Liew Chin Tong is among the eight Dewan Negara senators expected to be sworn in on Tuesday (July 17).

A political awakening

In March 2008, I was a student in the United Kingdom. I was completing my Bar vocational studies in Cardiff University and like many Malaysians in Britain at that time, we were closely acquainted with the political happenings back home.

Hindraf: We never sent any demands to Govt nor CEP

PETALING JAYA: Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) chairman P. Waytha Moorthy clarified that they did not send any demands to the Pakatan Harapan Government, Council of Eminent Persons (CEP) or the Institutional Reform Committee.

BTN course was a nightmare, says participant

PETALING JAYA: She penned down her experiences attending a team-building course with Biro Tatanegara (BTN) in her diary. And it was not pleasant.

Outside looking in

I am a socialist.

Troublemakers: Or so they used to call the brave Malaysians, like the thousands of Bersih protesters, who demanded for change.

Indians opt for multiracial parties

They made their choice as to who should represent their interests, which is a departure from the traditional approach of race-based political party representation.

Jubilant occasion: Prabakaran being carried by his supporters after winning the Batu seat.

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