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In India, the politics of Hindu nationalism has descended into beef bigotry. What lessons can we in Malaysia learn?
All patients deserve proper care and respect from all healthcare personnel, without any discrimination or prejudice.
Author Lionel Shriver isn’t backing down from her controversial remarks on cultural appropriation.
To see human behaviour for what it is, one of the best places to look at is the fantasy world of online gaming.
Pay attention to these brilliant style and beauty tips no matter what your age.
'Malaysia’s Transformation Challenges: Debating Public Policies' offers the author's frank thoughts on economics, politics, national unity and more.
Lee Kok Liang’s novel, written in 1981 after Malaysia had lived for a decade with the New Economic Policy and the National Language Policy, has lessons to offer on nation-building.
This week’s instalment of Writing the Nation examines the novel of the 1990s that addressed issues related to civil liberties.
While listening to these poems being read out, our reviewer felt that sudden prickle that's always an indication of good literature.
Dr Sathasivian Cooper, once an activist who shared the same prison block as Nelson Mandela on Robben Island, on the future of psychology in the world today.