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Behind The Cage 18 Mar 2016 | 1:01 AM

No barriers to helping animals in need

IF YOU saw an injured dog on a highway, unable to move, what would you do?

A Humble Submission 04 Apr 2016 | 12:17 AM

Change and the Malaysian middle class

We have a sizeable Malaysian middle class. To view the Malaysian middle class as a single, homogeneous entity would be problematic.

Whats Your Status 22 Apr 2016 | 1:22 AM

The kacang putih entrepreneur who decided against Harvard

Entrepreneur Surentran Somasundrum runs a successful kacang putih business that’s currently worth about RM10mil.

A Humble Submission 04 May 2016 | 1:09 AM

Never forget the tragic fate of Aminulrasyid

SIX years ago, on the night of April 26, 2010, two teenage boys drove to a nearby eatery to watch a football game. Both were only 15 years old, did not have driving licences and the car they were in belonged to the sister of one the boys.

The Gaffer 13 Jun 2016 | 6:44 AM

Tough to call

This is the toughest group to predict. All the teams in this group are capable of winning the group. Whichever side wins the first match will be the favourites to go far in this tournament.

The Gaffer 24 Jun 2016 | 2:38 AM

Small mentality? No way

The group stages have seen smaller teams like Wales, Iceland, Hungary and Northern Ireland impressing and they look set to continue their fairy-tale run in the group stages.

The Gaffer 02 Jul 2016 | 1:35 AM

Malaysian football - how low can we go?

Struggling against nations who lack football infrastructure and knowledge, Malaysian football is no more down in the doldrums … we’ve sunk to new lows.

Making Progress 03 Sep 2016 | 7:35 AM

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.

The Flipside 16 Sep 2016 | 12:00 AM

Where eagles dare to soar

At some point, common sense needs to prevail over sensationalised extremist opinions.

A Humble Submission 08 Oct 2016 | 12:00 AM

We are always stronger together

Our forefathers worked together to achieve what we have today, and our stories of harmony far outweigh the stories of distrust.