You have searched for "Teresa Kok"

Showing 1941-1950 of 1956

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Reflections of a world long gone

Lawyer and diplomat PG Lim shows us she is very much the original lady activist through her colourful memoirs, Kaleidoscope.


Sense of a people set apart remains

Decades of creeping Islamisation has seen a steady erosion of Christian confidence in Barisan Nasional.

On The Beat

The circus is in town

Our politicians should spare us the blushes and sign up for media engagement courses.


Biggest questions without a doubt

DAP leaders drum home the 100-day countdown to the general election but on the sidelines, the debate is about the biggest winner and biggest loser in the party polls.


Zaid’s hammer blow to Pakatan

Datuk Zaid Ibrahim has gone from hero to zero in PKR after whipping up a storm over the contest for the PKR deputy president post.


Minority with a major role

Christians make up only 9% of the country's population but their willingness to take political positions in recent years suggests that they will be a factor to reckon with in the new political landscape.


Khalid-Azmin feud at breaking point

Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim’s killer instinct was on display when he axed his rival Azmin Ali from the prestigious board of the Selangor Development Corporation.

Sharing The Nation

GE13: Field more women candidates

Political parties should also place them in seats where they stand a good chance of winning.

So Aunty, So What?

Oh, my eye-poking knees!

We should knee in the groin anyone who tries to play moral police with us.


DAP: We’ll need to meet and come out with something

PETALING JAYA: DAP will call for a meeting to discuss the call by the Dewan Ulama of PAS to sever ties with its Pakatan Rakyat partner.