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Haziq initially denied role in video

PETALING JAYA: A close friend of Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz texted the latter after the sex video went viral and Haziq denied it was him.

Close friends are shocked, say Haziq ‘was never gay’

PETALING JAYA: Close friends of Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz, who was a law graduate at Universiti Malaya (UM), say they never knew he was gay.

PTPTN urges public to give their feedback

THE National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) Public Consultation Independent Advisory Panel hopes the wider public will weigh in, and not just those who have taken loans from the corporation.

Time for Malaysians to fight the real battles

Champions of race and religion are blithely ignoring serious challenges like drugs, failing education standards and non-repayment of study loans in the nation.

‘Siapa lagi Melayu mau?’

For some in the Malay heartland, this holiday season is a good time to reflect on the political positions of the community.

PTPTN needs more public feedback

PETALING JAYA: The Cabinet can’t make fair informed decisions on the best possible policies for the National Higher Educa­tion Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loan repayment if the people do not contribute their views, says PTPTN’s Public Con­sultation In­­de­­pendent Advisory Panel.

PTPTN debts to double in the next 20 years

Easy access to student loans leads to rise of tertiary education pricing, experts say.

Experts: Easy access to student loans leads to rise of tertiary education pricing

PETALING JAYA: Pakatan Harapan’s promise to go easy on PTPTN loan defaulters may put the country in a projected debt of RM76bil by 2040.

PTPTN urges public to give their comments

THE National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) issue is of national interest, but not many Malaysians have taken part in its public consultation process.

Quality of university degrees comes into question

IN 2010, there was an adrenaline rush on education stocks on Bursa Malaysia. It was the time when the National Higher Education Fund (PTPTN) was virtually the “ticket” for private institutions of higher learning (IPTS) to flourish.