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Soccer-less in New York

The world is one big global village, we are told. But in the USA, I cannot get the EPL results immediately.

Analysis

Crisis drives wedge in Kedah

The escalating conflict between Mentri Besar Datuk Azizan Abdul Razak and former State exco member Datuk Phahrolrazi Mohd Zawawi is rocking the PAS-led Government in Kedah to the core.

On The Beat

Talk less, listen harder

The rakyat is the boss and, political affiliations aside, politicians had better start listening to the boss.

Opinion

Shuttlers meet in Dongguan

City all set for the Sudirman Cup which will bring players from 35 nations together in friendship and competition.

Analysis

Campaign centres on fending off lies

Smear campaigns and counter-propaganda are the order of the day in Kerdau where there is a serious shortage of real issues.

Analysis

Malay ground will be the decider

The vast Malay ground will be crucial in deciding the winner in the Hulu Selangor by-election tomorrow

Analysis

GE13: Nik Aziz fades as Mustapa rises

Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat’s age and health have become the elephant in the room for PAS in its campaign to hold on to Kelantan.

Analysis

A new era begins in Balingian

Two likeable Melanau men are vying to be the next Yang Berhormat of Balingian, a remote state seat which is representative of Sarawak’s reputation as the rainbow state.

Analysis

There’s another side to Penang

THE Chinese wind will easily carryPakatan Rakyat on Penang Islandbut it is a different kind of wind inthe Malay heartland on theSeberang Prai side.

Analysis

Guan Eng rides the tiger

Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng's hold on the Chinese in Penang is still quite complete but he should not take Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's direct approach to the community too lightly.