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A serious matter of survival

Mentri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim's administration has opened up too many fronts in their fight to hold on to Selangor and the palace issue has left a huge hole in their defences.

You’ve got mail

Spare a thought for the old way of doing things.

That magic hour

There are so many elements that you have to look out for when shooting cars - or, for that matter, any subject.

Just what is an Islamic car?

The term 'Islamic' betrays an activity (I>amalan/I>), one that is derived from the fundamental elements of the worldview of Islam and it is not something indicative of ritual appearance. It refers to an activity or action and by necessity an actor.

Transport system starts to malfunction

The latest crisis in Singapore is public transport, which has been getting intolerably overcrowded in recent years. It has joined a few other over-burdened services like public housing and healthcare facilities.

Rooting for change

Dr G hopes that 2014 allows him to address essential health issues in his column.

Doing some Seoul searching

This aunty went to South Korea and came back not quite sold on the country’s capital. Here’s why.

Time cabbies play by the rules

TAXI drivers in Kuala Lumpur have to accept the reality that competition from the free Go-KL bus service is good and timely.

Issuance of more individual taxi permits long overdue

Anyone who takes a taxi regularly will observe two things – our cabbies love to talk politics and they constantly complain about having to deduct their day’s takings by RM50 to the company that actually owns their permits.

Media titans embroiled in a catfight

The gloves are off as two leading newspapers in New York bare their knuckles to stay at the top.