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THE arrest of two DAP lawmakers – including a state executive councillor – for their suspected links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) militant group is certainly one of the most explosive stories of the week.
Being the next in line is largely a part of life, but in the political sphere, it could be uncomfortable to some.
FROM STEVE COYLE , Ampang, Selangor
THE Tanjung Piai by-election will serve as a good platform for our politicians to stop, or at least, refrain, from using the race and religion cards simply because the Parliamentary constituency has almost equal representation of Malay and Chinese voters.
IT’S a classic case of the Hong Kong people shooting themselves in the foot with the protracted violence and riots on the streets every weekend which are beamed across the globe.
Both Barisan-PAS and Pakatan have to work out a strategy and narrative that appeals to the Malays and Chinese as both are almost equal in size.
Malaysia’s Queen is well-known internationally for her voluntary work with Girl Guides associations and the Women’s Institute.
Owning a house is the standard ambition of any individual, however, getting there is increasingly becoming not only a local, but global struggle.
KUALA LUMPUR: It has been just eight months since she became the queen.
Like a bad penny that keeps rolling back, the wicked weather of recent days shows no sign of abating as the culprits plead ignorance.