Aaron-Wooi Yik win bronze in badminton – Malaysia’s first medals at Tokyo games

Malaysian men's badminton doubles pair Aaron Chia-Soh Wooi Yik beat Indonesia's Hendra Setiawan and Mohammad Ahsan to win the bronze at the Tokyo Olympics.

Senior lawyers: Cabinet cannot treat King as ‘mere rubber stamp’

The Agong cannot be treated as a mere rubber stamp by the Cabinet in its constitutional matters.

Kit Siang on testing whether Muhyiddin has majority support in Parliament on Monday

Special Parliament meeting has become a farce on the fourth day as a result of the parliamentary lockdown and the repeated adjournments of Parliament yesterday.

Muhyiddin govt waging war against extremely angry King

Muhyiddin behaves as if he is the King, “ordering” rather than advising the monarch.

Malaysian Bar: Proclamation of Emergency should be tabled, debated in Parliament

The Malaysian Bar today said the Emergency Ordinances should have been tabled and debated in Parliament.

Dennis Ignatius: Is Malaysia a failed state?

Now we are a nation adrift, caught in the throes of a terrible pandemic and a failing system.

Lim Kit Siang: Parliament reconvened for the first day in disaster and ended in...

After being illegally and unconstitutionally suspended for six months, Parliament reconvened for the first day in disaster and ended in catastrophe.

Zaid: Malaysia needs an ethical leader, not a religious one

Malaysia is in need of an ethical leader “for a change”.

Mariam Mokhtar: Empty vaccine syringe scandal is about wealth before health

This is the consequence of over five decades of lack of integrity and corruption in our public service.

Decades of racism, extremism have come back to haunt this country

Malaysia lacks top brains during a critical time because instead of recognising meritocracy to produce talents, the racist government chose kakistocracy to nurture incompetent leaders.