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Downturn worsens sorry state of affairs

NO sooner had I welcomed the increase in the levy for foreign workers last week than the Government, under pressure from employers and employment agents, did an about-turn and deferred the increase.

Committed to diversity in 2016

All of us should have an unflinching commitment to our nation’s diversity, writes columnist Ivanpal S. Grewal

Affordable budget lodgings in Niseko

MY ecolodge is a boutique lodge in a high-end skiing resort in Niseko, Japan, that is affordable for budget travellers.

For this New Year, let’s all think before we react

Certain prejudices are a hard habit to break. But break it we must because 2016 is going to be even tougher than 2015 and we need to start looking at the big picture.

Reaching out to young Muslim women

Islam and how it is practised is the talk of the world these days. In Malaysia, Puteri Umno is getting into the act too with a new unit called Puteri Dian.

It’s business as usual at the malls

KUALA LUMPUR: Despite the recent brouhaha, it’s now business as usual at the three shopping complexes that were recently in the spotlight – Low Yat, the so-called Low Yat 2 and Kota Raya shopping complex.

No compromise on ethics

From EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR of Business Ethics Institute of Malaysia

Govt must view Kota Raya incident seriously

From TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Trustee of 1 Malaysia Foundation

We need to have faith in law and order

WHAT does it mean when we have had two similar episodes of violence and intimidation this year that targeted employees of cellphone shops in Kuala Lumpur malls?

MCA: Ali Tinju using Kota Raya brawl to make racial statements

PETALING JAYA: MCA has hit back at Mohd Ali Baharom, popularly known as Ali Tinju, for using consumer grievances at Kompleks Kota Raya to take racially and politically motivated punches.