December 13, 2017

Live shows by artistes from India, “opium” of Malaysian Indians

By P. Ramasamy  AS though Tamil movies are not enough, live shows featuring famous actors from South India in Malaysia might be further drain the economically […]
December 12, 2017

Comparing car leasing with rental and hire-purchase

By YS Chan NEWS of a public listed company (PLC) that is principally engaged in the business of development and implementation of electronic government services venturing […]
December 11, 2017

Teachers, students will be hampered by the introduction of new “imported” textbooks

By Zairil Khir Johari EVER since I highlighted the controversial replacement of local KSSR and KSSM English Language textbooks for year 1 and form 1 students […]
December 8, 2017

Dr Mahathir: Di satu masa Hadi dakwa UMNO kafir…

Oleh Dr Mahathir RAMAI kita telah dengar berkenaan Amanat Hadi. Tetapi ramai yang tidak baca, lebih-lebih lagi menganalisa dan memahami isi kandungan amanat ini. Saya telah […]
December 5, 2017

Are private vehicles insured for e-hailing service?

By YS Chan THE terms and conditions of a standard motor insurance policy clearly state that private vehicles are not insured if used for hire or reward. […]
December 5, 2017

A predictable future for Malaysia under Mahathir

By Tajuddin Rosli  I have been penning my opinions on Mahathir for few years and expressed my concern about Mahathir’s intentions by going against the BN-led Government […]
December 5, 2017

Make sure BN win first

By A. Chandrakumanan ELECTION fever has started and this can be seen by parties making statements on candidacy and seat allocations. During the last GE, I […]
December 4, 2017

Eruption of political parties choking an oppressed community

By R. Ganesan WHAT really caused the emergence of legions of Political parties representing the smallest population in Malaysia? Indeed opportunist are aplenty in Malaysia but […]
November 29, 2017

Thank you, Indians can decide for themselves

By Raghavan Nair IT’s amusing how Indians in this country are courted by mushrooming ‘leaders’ with GE14 in the horizon. To see these ‘hotshots’ declaring their […]
November 28, 2017

The moratorium by gov’t to curb the property-market glut is timely

By Vijikumar ITs easy to call the government by all sorts of names though. Lately it has been called as hare-brained, just because of its ministers’ immediate […]
November 28, 2017

Unflattering reality of Hindraf and their demands for Malaysian Indians

By David Anand WHETHER you approve of MIC is secondary. But what I do feel about gentlemen like P Waythamoorthy is that you are no different from […]
November 28, 2017

Bleak Strategy by DAP Causes Outrage in Sg. Siput

By Jason Chin THERE’s not a sponge in the world now that can rival DAP’s self-absorption at present. DAP is increasingly seen to have lost it’s objectives, […]
November 27, 2017

Faltering the art of politics

By Karamjit Gill THE political fracas in Malaysia is astounding, baffling, bewildering and filthy. Both Barisan Nasional and Pakatan coalition seems to be losing the plot. […]
November 25, 2017

Siva Subramaniam should not be apologist for BN

By P. Ramasamy The rather tragic saga of stateless Indians in Malaysia continues as the next general election is on the horizon. The Indian community should […]
November 24, 2017

Commentary: Should we be ashamed to watch a Kevin Spacey movie?

By Cary Cooper MANCHESTER: Enjoying the work of Kevin Spacey the actor doesn’t make you a bad person. Even now, knowing what you’ve read about him in […]
November 21, 2017

Najib! Kamu patut takut – Dr Mahathir

Oleh Dr Mahathir Mohamad  NAJIB takut kalah. Untuk elak dari kalah Najib sanggup buat apa saja. Bahawa perbuatannya boleh ditakrif sebagai penipuan, haram, bertentangan dengan undang-undang, […]
November 21, 2017

Rightful freedom of women and 21st century

By Harun Yahya IN the recent weeks the world of art, especially Hollywood, was shaken by one of the greatest scandals in its modern history. 80 […]
November 20, 2017

Pakatan Harapan: Amid promises and performance

By Raghavan Nair IN 2008, Pakatan had the upper hand of at least 70% of Indian votes due to its promising outlook in the 12th general […]