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Amanah puts Ku Li in the spotlight

Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah set up a new NGO called Angkatan Amanah Merdeka last Friday and barely a week later, political circles were abuzz over talk that he was on course to be the next Opposition Leader.


Future of Kedah in the balance

The Kedah Government has not been embroiled in controversies like its Pakatan Rakyat counterparts and Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Azizan Abdul Razak has a firm grip despite his deteriorating health. Why then does talk persist that the PAS-led Government will fall in the next polls?

On The Beat

Not a good year for the big cats

The tiger occupies a position of prestige in many of our country's symbols. As such, there are plenty of reasons for us to protect and conserve our tigers.

Along The Watchtower

In my father’s eyes

Memories of a father who left an indelible mark through his values, sense of fairness and empathy for others.

Along The Watchtower

LKY: Insights from a comrade turned foe

A recollection of Lee Kuan Yew and the man who fell from grace as the President of Singapore.


An open market in Merlimau

As the campaign approaches its mid-point, it is apparent that Merlimau may not be the walkover of sorts that many had expected it to be and the Malay ground is very curious about Anwar's sodomy trial.


Najib limbers up for the final lap

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has entered the final lap of what has been a political marathon in the race for the hearts, minds and votes of Malaysians.


Bittersweet for winners and losers

The outcome of the Sungai Limau by-election bore a sweet and sour aftertaste for both the winning and losing sides.


Getting ready for GE13

THE long wait for the generalelection to be called is almostover as all the signs point to thePrime Minister making the bigmove this week.


Perkasa poised for a new role

Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali took a few hard knocks last year and his political career is almost over but his controversial NGO may become a full-fl edged political party.