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Zaid Ready to Answer “Why Join a Chinese party Like DAP?”

Newly-minted Kelantan DAP chairperson Zaid Ibrahim will be meeting the people from Kampung Chap in the east coast state this weekend.

Go Beyond Renaming Road Accidents as Crashes

Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Kamarudin Jaffar disclosed that his ministry had proposed at the Road Safety Council that accidents be labelled as crashes.

What to Expect with Dr M as Acting Education Minister

Dr Mahathir's appointment as the acting education minister has left a bad taste in some people’s mouths.

Fatal Screw-Up: How Iranian Missiles Accidentally Shot Down Civilian Ukrainian Plane,...

The US, Canadian and British intelligence believe that Iran had shot down a civilian plane.

Mahathir: The Pakatan Harapan Government

The prime minister says in two years’ time the people will realise that the direction of the Government is right.

Najib to Authorities: “Can I Advise You Something” on Sex Videos?

Najib has claimed that it is not difficult for the authorities to determine who were the individuals in the controversial gay sex videos, implicating Azmin Ali.

Why Azmin Has Been Positively Identified in Gay Sex Video Scandal

US Forensic Analysis Report likely has positively identified Azmin in gay sex video scandal.

UniMAP Response to Controversial Exam Question Begs More Questions

Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) fails to enlighten Malaysians, particularly academics and students, regarding its controversial exam paper on ethnic relations recently.

No Big Deal, Says Kadir Jasin on Maszlee’s Resignation

According to Kadir, Mahathir would usually allow ministers to resign voluntarily, “and if they refuse, only then would they get fired”.

Clare Rewcastle Brown’s Unfinished Business

In the epilogue to her latest book, The Wolf Catcher, Clare Rewcastle Brown (of the Sarawak Report fame) made some rather interesting observations.

Maszlee Resignation Puts Pressure on Others to Follow Suit

The resignation of Maszlee Malik has prompted two political analysts to call on other underperforming ministers to relinquish their posts.

New Car Fleet Clashes with Austerity Drive

The government seems to have started the new year on a wrong footing when Lim Guan Eng announced recently that it is mulling over buying 32 Toyota Vellfire vehicles for cabinet members.

Bersih to PH: Deliver Urgent Reforms, Not Gutter Politics and Power...

Bersih has chastised the Pakatan Harapan government for not delivering on enough of its election promises.

Losing Malaysia in 2020

When did we get here, that fellow Malaysians are threatened for their thinking?

Kit Siang Acknowledges Many Feeling “Winter of Despair’ but Urges Perseverance

DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang acknowledged that many Malaysians were feeling the "winter of despair" but urged citizens to persevere in bringing about the "spring of hope".

Mujahid Calls for Stern Action on Person Who Distorted Ponggal Circular

Mujahid Yusof Rawa today said stern action must be taken against the education official who issued a circular claiming Ponggal was haram (forbidden) under Islam.

Yusoff Rawther, Lawyer Seek Clarification from Solicitor-General’s Statement

Yusoff Rawther and his lawyer Haniff Khatri has requested clarification from the solicitor-general over her statement when she dismissed the sexual assault case against Anwar.

Najib, Rosmah to Be Called In by Cops over Audio Clips

Najib and his wife Rosmah will soon be called in by police to have their statements taken over recordings of telephone conversations allegedly related to the 1MDB scandal.

Ku Nan: I’m “Very Comfortable Financially”, Don’t Need RM2M Bribe

Tengku Adnan said the RM2 million which he purportedly received as a kickback from a property developer four years ago was a political donation for Umno.

14 Mercedes-Benzes Purchased in Kelantan for State Leaders

Purchase was made based on the importance of safety and experience of maintenance of the Mercedes-Benz.

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