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Bend It Like Bedi

Using the T20 to get the fans

It's not everyday that a superstar such as cricketer Brian Lara is in Malaysia. For the uninitiated, he is one of the greatest cricketers of all time.

A Humble Submission

Kabali and censorship

Have you watched Kabali, the latest Rajnikanth movie?

Making Progress

Malaysia: 59 years and going strong

31st of August is always special to all Malaysians. It is the day a nation was born. After 446 years of Portuguese, Dutch, English and Japanese occupation; Malaysia and Malaysians were finally free.

Making Progress

A quiet but certain end of Mahathirism

It was April 2009 and an air of optimism captured Malaysia. We were on the cusp of only the 6th leadership change our country has witnessed in over 50 years.

A Humble Submission

Lessons from ‘Sivaji: The Boss’

“Sivaji: The Boss” is a fiction, but there are still things we can learn from the movie.

Bend It Like Bedi

Time to move on

After an agonising eight months, Datuk Lee Chong Wei is free to compete in international tournaments, much to the relief of Malaysian badminton fans.

Ask Dr G

The Myth of Prince Albert

I confess, I come across genital piercing in my medical career all the time. However, the association of the piercing with the Prince Albert of Queen Victoria is often a myth I considered an urban legend with no solid foundation.

Bend It Like Bedi

The Black Caps can win it

Australia will start as favourites in the ICC Cricket World Cup final but New Zealand are no pushovers.

A Humble Submission

We need more women in politics

SOME say that we are more likely to see a non-Malay/Muslim Prime Minister than a female Prime Minister.

Bend It Like Bedi

Death in sport is hard to stomach, but sport must go on

Former Liverpool manager Bill Shankly once said that football is more important than life and death. The quote has a romantic ring to it, but it's hard to agree with Shankly on this one.