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SEREMBAN: Those who wish to work with Barisan Nasional need not necessarily be members of the component party, says its deputy chairman Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan.
JAKARTA: (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Experts on urban planning and flood mitigation have urged the public to engage in a healthier, more comprehensive discussion about flood mitigation instead of riding on a political spat between Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan and Public Works and Housing Minister Basuki Hadimuljono regarding a 17-kilometre stretch of the Ciliwung River, a minor issue in Greater Jakarta's overall flood problem.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Thirty years ago, Leszek Balcerowicz unleashed the "shock therapy" that put Poland on the path to rapid economic growth after decades of communist rule.
WHAT kind of capitalism do we want? That may be the defining question of our era. If we want to sustain our economic system for future generations, we must answer it correctly.
MALAYSIA has made impressive signs of progress towards women’s health and rights.
In today’s world, we are constantly immersed in chasing material possessions for security and stability, which causes us to lose focus on great possibilities in shaping our future.
KUALA KANGSAR: The level of achievement on the agenda in shaping a united rakyat in a sovereign country is still vague despite 62 years of independence, says the Sultan of Perak.
Ahead of the International Conference on Population and Development on Tuesday in Nairobi, we look back at the landmark first meeting that took place 25 years ago.
THE Malaysian higher education landscape has been moulded and governed by an economic and scientific logic which dictates the ways in which our universities are managed and developed. It should come as no surprise today when one observes that Malaysian academics are becoming somewhat fixated upon ideas and vocabulary that connote “measurement” and “impact”.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fossils unearthed in southern Germany of a remarkable ape that lived about 11.6 million years ago may dramatically alter the understanding of the evolutionary origins of a fundamental human trait - walking upright on two legs.