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“Kidex has hit the nail on its coffin”

By refusing to disclose its highway concession deal to the public, the management of the controversial Kinrara-Damansara Expressway (Kidex) has …

Budget cuts may affect public universities, says DAP

The recent Budget review may affect fund allocations for public universities, a DAP lawmaker has said. In his statement …

Malaysia should go after “tigers” and “crocodiles” of corruption, not just “ikan bilis”

Malaysia has only managed to catch “ikan bilis” (anchovies) in its last two decades of the fight against corruption, …

Death in custody a damning indictment for police force

The death of lorry driver P. Chandran while in police custody is proof that greater accountability within the police …

Give task of rebuilding flood-hit areas to locals

Jobs to rebuild the flood-hit areas, especially Kuala Krai, should be given to locals with a decent wage instead …

Who’s watching your every tweet?

By Pauline Wong Have you ever got the feeling you were being watched? Chances are, you are. By the …

Are there really no extremists in Malaysia?

The governments’ claims that there are no extremists in Malaysia has been rapped for being a “faux pas”. DAP leader …

1MDB – a reckless borrower

Never defaulting on its loans does not make 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) a responsible borrower, said Tony Pua in …

MIC: Mess In (the) Congress

By Pauline Wong The Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) today is close to being 70 years old. Since its inception …

1MDB misled auditors on Cayman Island funds, says

Having already failed to clear its outstanding debt of RM2 billion last year, 1 Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) is now under fire for …