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Protecting journalistic sources

Protection of journalistic sources is an important ethical principle for journalists.

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.

Chinese clubs flexing their football muscle

First it was Fredy Guarin and now Ramires. Chinese Super League clubs are beginning to flex their muscles in world football.

Revival of a severed manhood

From one euphemism of a severed manhood, we move on this week to talk about the real amputation of a penis. The recent story of a successful transplanted penis had gripped the attention of the media and the medical world.

Bundesliga set to conquer the world

Entertaining matches, bright young talents and amazing spectators... Bundesliga has conquered Germany but now it wants to go worldwide.

Time to get the basics right

If Malaysia wants to have a good future in sports, there has to be more emphasis on athletics. There are no two ways about it.

Malaysian football - the downward spiral

After Malaysia’s 6-0 defeat against Palestine, things look very bleak for our football. THE GAFFER pours his heart out on the current state of our national team.

We need Malaysians lah!

Dollah Salleh feels that naturalised players will help strengthen the national side. The Gaffer, however, thinks we should stick with local players and push them to do well in the international arena.

The first penile transplant

“Civilization began the first time an angry person cast a word instead of a rock.”

Eaten to extinction

DESPITE being an endangered species, pangolins are quite literally being eaten to extinction!