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Educators at ease with digital technology

A letter from ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DR SOO , KUM YOKE , Academy of Language Studies ,UiTM Johor


Moulding Malaysian youths in school

A letter from VICTORIA SAMUEL , Seremban


Let heirs take up the case

A letter from PROFESSOR DATUK SERI DR ASHGAR ALI , ALI MOHAMED, Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws International Islamic University Malaysia


Tamil school gets desks and chairs

ONE of the biggest Tamil schools in Kedah, SJK(T) Saraswathy, has finally received desks and chairs for its new classroom building, Malaysia Nanban reported.

Metro News

Excited to vote for the first time

JOHOR BARU: First-time voters in the general election are optimistic that their opinions will be heard and look forward to playing their part in deciding the nation’s future.

Reflecting On The Law

Reforms to enlarge the electorate

FOR the 14th time in our nation’s history, the electorate will have the chance, on May 9, to participate in democracy’s greatest showcase event – the exercise by the people of their right to choose their govern­ment.


Kicking up a fuss in Batu Pahat

No one in Umno can explain leader Datuk Dr Mohd Puad Zarkashi’s fixation to contest against his own. They are worried about the damage he can do as an Independent candidate.


Czech government talks hit rocky start amid Social Democrat demands

PRAGUE (Reuters) - Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis faced a steeper path to a government deal with the Social Democrats on Wednesday after the leftist party set out key conditions for joining forces with him, while its senators opposed any coalition at all.


In power for 15 years, Iraq's Shi'ites split ahead of crucial vote

BASRA/NAJAF, Iraq (Reuters) - United in their fight against Saddam Hussein's oppression for decades, Iraq's Shi'ites have become deeply fragmented and disillusioned with their leaders after 15 years in power.


Taliban announce spring offensive, dismiss peace overtures

KABUL (Reuters) - The Taliban announced the start of their annual spring offensive on Wednesday, dismissing an offer for peace talks by President Ashraf Ghani but pledging to focus on U.S. forces in Afghanistan.