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LANGKAWI: The 10 Asean defence ministers have pledged to do whatever it takes to counter the Islamic State (IS) threat.
BUILDING 16 more walkalators and having first aid kits in every public toilet at KLIA2 are among the measures to be taken by Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) to cater to senior citizens and the disabled, said Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Abdul Aziz Kaprawi.
THE ban on new medical programmes is expected to continue for at least another five years.
RAWANG: The decision of the PAS ulama wing to cut ties with DAP is proof that both parties cannot work together, says MCA president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.
The irreversible reality of today is people want to be in control of what they want to see, hear, perceive and believe; plus add their two-sen worth of views and rants.
Misplaced anxiety is clouding the government's plan to hire domestic help from China, writes M. VEERA PANDIYAN.
He is someone who is brave enough to stand up to the more extreme elements in his party, who has proven that he has strong principles of justice and democracy and is courageous enough to stand by them regardless of how the political winds may blow.
HERE we go again, making headlines around the world for the wrong reasons.
With more and more opposition leaders getting charged under the Sedition Act, it looks like the days of human rights violations are re-visiting us.
The various arguments raised for and against the ISA have merit. However, justice is not in legislation but in the fair and equal administration of the law.