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THE first meeting of the 13th Parliament on June 24 promises to be exciting, but for all the wrong reasons.
Now is not the time to claim political points and point fingers but to stand together as Malaysians.
Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's plan to make his wife the next Selangor Mentri Besar may pitch Istana Kayangan against 'Istana Segambut' given that the Palace is uncomfortable with the idea of a woman on top.
It's bad enough that there are already so many Tan Sris and Datuks, now we have more Tan Sri Dr and Datuk Dr. And most of them may not have earned their titles academically.
Increased distribution channels for home TV may well result in a proliferation of offerings to Malaysian viewers. But then again will it?
The two most asked questions about the crisis in Terengganu are what went wrong between Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh and the palace and how this impasse will end, writes JOCELINE TAN.
THE gross injustices of the whole 'climate change' issue are embodied in the unfortunate predicament of the world's small island states.
Indonesia’s newly appointed State-Owned Enterprises Minister emphasises on delivery, profitability and swift decision-making, in a country where postponement and delay is the name of the game.
UMNO'S grand old man is doing whatever he can to help Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak lead Umno and the Barisan Nasional to a convincing electoral victory.
After months of crisis in the Kelantan palace, the proclamation of a new Sultan is bound to cause more ripples before the royal feud can find closure, if at all.
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