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Racist views must be countered

AS I am writing this, I am getting ready to go to Bernama TV for some programme or other. I’ve been told that we will be discussing issues such as human rights and judicial independence.

Lies that keep inequality alive

Some people are relying on false arguments to whip up objection to an international convention on racial discrimination.

Normah Nordin: Arts activist, teacher, badminton ace & Granny Green Nose

The many faces of Normah Nordin

Slippery slopes of pathetic excuses

When things go wrong, stick to the facts and address weaknesses instead of making false accusations and ignoring real problems.

Think twice before deporting Syrian

HASSAN Al Kontar, the Syrian man who had been living in KLIA2 since March, is currently in police custody. I am sure you have heard of this man; after all, his story is interesting and has parallels with a particularly saccharine movie. Except there’s no Catherine Zeta Jones.

Turkmenistan enters brave new world of eSports

Reclusive, gas-rich Turkmenistan is dipping its toe into the world of eSports having got a taste for gaming at a showcase sporting event it held last year.

Tricky path to university independence

Should there be instant autonomy, come what may, or should the right people be appointed to pave the way for proper autonomy?

Minimum wage is about dignity

MALAYSIA has the fifth highest number of public holidays in the world. This is all well and good, but in this newspaper business, we lowly columnists are often forced by our harsh editors to submit our pieces well ahead of holidays so that they can go and sit on a beach somewhere.

Come back, Jho Low

The man at the centre of the 1MDB scandal should return to clear his name. But will Penang still be home?

The evolution of capital market ecosystems in a challenging world

WHEN I was young, I used to wander around the old Pudu market. My Cochrane schoolmate’s father was on the municipal council managing it. It was a thriving market that served buyers and sellers of all shapes, sizes and economic ability.