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The price of connectivity

It is estimated that more than 25mil kilometres of new roads will be built worldwide by 2050, and many of these roads will slice into our forests and jungles.

Sex and the blame game

We may not know when our past may come back to haunt us.

Not a miracle cure

IT IS a "natural remedy" that is supposedly able to cure cancer, diabetes, dengue and a host of other conditions.

Economic inequality and the Malaysian experience

The global economy is currently undergoing a steady stream of headwinds. The fall in the price of oil, a slowdown of the Chinese economy, the migrant crisis in Europe, the political turmoil in Ukraine and the Middle East coupled with money being removed from emerging markets, all this present a complex set of challenges to policymakers.

Fan power

Football is nothing without fans.

How the mighty have fallen

MANY may not know this, but politics is defined as the science of government. However, politics have more often been associated with bickering, the pursuit of power, backroom dealing and other negatives.

The curious case of 25 Pinhorn Road

Penang and by extension Malaysia has been gripped with the curious case of 25 Pinhorn Road.

Is penile lengthening worth it?

Some men seek "more length" to impress.

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.

Loyalty and politics

THE 40th United States' President, Ronald Reagan, coined one of the most memorable quotes on loyalty in politics. He coined the rule he called the Eleventh Commandment during his 1966 campaign for Governor of California. It reads: Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican.