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Building impactful businesses

BEFORE Masala Wheels became a known brand in the social enterprise circuit, Kuhan Pathy and his fellow co-founders’ goal in forming the company was only to keep a friend on the straight and narrow.

Booked Out: How and when you're introduced to an author’s work matters

Sometimes, how and when you are first introduced to an author’s works matter. Young adult fiction works by Isabel Allende influenced the columnist's opinion of Allende's great work, 'The House Of The Spirits' when she read it as an adult.

Photos of end-of-life patients bring more awareness to palliative care

This final piece in our 'Unsung Angels' special report on palliative care looks at the vivid images captured by documentary photographer SC Shekar, as he hopes to create more awareness of the need for palliative care.

Time to honour our original people

THE deaths of 14 Orang Asli from the Bateq tribe – the country’s last indigenous nomadic community in Kuala Koh, Kelantan – with scores more hospitalised, is a

Mexico accuses fashion house Carolina Herrera of cultural appropriation

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The Mexican government has called out fashion house Carolina Herrera for the "cultural appropriation" of indigenous patterns and textiles from Mexico in its latest collection.

Need to address root cause

From MEENAKSHI RAMAN, President, Sahabat Alam Malaysia.

Activist organises walk to raise awareness of MA63 at Pesta Kaamatan

KOTA KINABALU: A walk will be held in conjunction with Sabah's annual Pesta Kaamatan (Harvest Festival) on May 30 (Thursday) to raise awareness on indigenous rights as enshrined in the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63).

Reaching out to needy kids again

THE smiles of the children said it all as they enjoyed a buka puasa session in the company of friends and new acquaintances at Mydin Mall Bukit Mertajam in Prai, Penang.

Soldiers held hostage, villagers killed: the untold story of Venezuelan aid violence

KUMARAKAPAY, Venezuela (Reuters) - At dawn on February 22, as Venezuela's opposition was preparing to bring humanitarian aid into the country, a convoy of military vehicles drove into the indigenous village of Kumarakapay on its way to the Brazilian border.

New high for indigenous Thai farmers

DOI TUNG: Somchai Sophonsook­paiboon does not remember much about his younger years, except that they were spent in an opium haze.