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  • Education Ministry owes voters an apology
    'This only shows how low BN can go. It cannot differentiate between party politics and the government.' 'Pakatan-bashing at seminar for teachers' Bender: I say let them continue with such...
  • 'Performance now', but polls reforms can wait
    'If 'now' means six months to a year, then the word does not mean 'now'. When words and actions do not match, we cannot trust the speaker.' Reforms, then polls or face backlash, warns Ber...
  • Were the MCA beauties for real?
    The presence of seven glamorous looking young women at the MCA Youth annual general meeting (AGM) on Saturday turned heads of delegates and made the front page of several newspapers the n...
  • The one ring that confounds us all
    'Since Nazri did not say the custom declaration form is wrong, I suppose it is reasonable to assume the form, in its entirety, is correct.' Customs confirms existence of RM24mil ring Loui...
  • Seven cruelty to animals cases referred to DPP
    A total of seven animal cruelty cases at animal care centre, Petnode Online Pet Store, last September have been referred to the Public Prosecutor (PP). Deputy Agriculture and Agro-Based I...

The Star OnlineThe Star Online

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Malaysia-Today

  • The assault on academic freedom
      Public universities should not be a place just to obtain good grades. They should be a place where diverse ideas are celebrated, and intellectual independence and autonomy admired.  Kh...
  • BN leaders: Retain consensus system
      Leaders from MCA and MIC want the existing system to be maintained while one from PPP stresses that the coalition needs to change its system to a workable one.  Alyaa Azhar, FMT  Baris...
  • Syiah: Tindakan KDN dipersoal pemimpin Pas
      (Sinar Harian) - Jika kerajaan serius mengambil tindakan terhadap pengikut Syiah, sewajarnya individu yang mengaku menganut ajaran itu yang perlu ditahan bukannya orang yang tidak meng...
  • The myth of the Constitutional Crisis
    No, Tun Dr Mahathir did not remove the powers of the Rulers because the Rulers are Constitutional Monarchs and, therefore, have no power. But he did remove one of the powers they did hav...
  • Is it necessary to demonize the Shiites?
    I have to admit that I might not have enough knowledge to scholarly conclude whether Shiites are Muslims, pseudo-Muslims or outright   kafirs . However, is it necessary to go all out, gu...

NST OnlineNST Online

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KLue

  • Kuah Jenhan: Seriously Funny Business
    With Russell Peters’ tour tickets selling out in just hours, it’s apparent that comedy is serious business. We speak with one of the bright talents in the Malaysian comedy sce...
  • Seriously Addicting: AtticTV
    Do you remember music videos, Beavis and Butt-Head and Veejays? If you do, you may just belong to the MTV generation. While music is still the driver of youth, one could argue that MTV is...
  • Project ConcreteJungle: Kindersoaps
    Project ConcreteJungle is a search for Malaysian entrepreneurs of business venture or projects of thought provoking proportion to learn their origin story. The project is free resource bu...
  • Project ConcreteJungle: Chrstyng.com
    Project ConcreteJungle is a search for Malaysian entrepreneurs of business venture or projects of thought provoking proportion to learn their origin story. The project is free resource bu...
  • Keep On Rolling With Sibling Skateboards
    Can you make a career out of skateboarding? Why, yes you can! Meet Fuad and Munir, the guys behind local deck makers Sibling Skateboards. Yes, KL has it’s own skateboard brand, foun...

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The Edge

My Sinchew

  • Second wave of Look East policy to help economy move up value chain
    Malaysia's move to strengthen the second wave of the Look East Policy which focuses on high technology and highly skilled workers, will help the country's economy move up the value chain...
  • Thailand urged to exercise restraint
    United Nations secretary-general Ban Ki-moon has called on all parties in Thailand to restrain from violence and respect human rights following the declaration of martial law on Tuesday....
  • Turn your NY apartment into a restaurant
    It's Sunday night and Giuseppe Marrone is teaching perfect strangers how to make perfect gnocchi as they slurp on Spritz cocktails in his New York apartment. read more
  • French author pushes boundaries - writing in Urdu
    Frenchman Julien Columeau came to Pakistan at the age of 30 as a humanitarian worker - but a knack for languages and love for books have made him one of the country's most innovative Urd...
  • Snatch thefts hurts tourism industry
    Foreigners might feel nothing when they read through international media's coverage on snatch thefts in Malaysia but when they personally experience it, it will affect the reputation of ...

ALIRAN

  • Rise of extremism and death of reason
    The terror created by extremism is man-made, fabricated and by all means unnatural and therefore can be brought down, asserts Syerleena Abdul Rashid. The hostility and animosity targeted...
  • Husni, where did you get this figure from?
    Jeyakumar Devaraj writes to the Second Finance Minister asking him to explain why they think the impact of GST would only be minimal when many traders are likely to take the opportunity ...
  • A Budget parable
    We keep planting more and more thorn trees and then give handy-plasters and sweets to the people in the annual Budget announcements, writes Jeyakumar Devaraj. Once upon a time there was,...
  • Burma: Government plan would segregate Rohingya
    The forced resettlement of the Rohingya and the discriminatory citizenship process they face creates dangers, says Human Rights Watch. A draft government plan would entrench discriminato...
  • The alternative to neo-liberalism
    Is the present neo-liberal economic system, which has caused so much misery to so many ordinary people, the best model we can think of? Jeyakumar Devaraj puts forward an alternative. The...

Kuala Lumpur NewsKuala Lumpur News

Free Malaysia TodayFree Malaysia Today

  • Carrefour arrives in India, eager for market to open up
    NEW DELHI: French supermarket giant Carrefour has opened its first cash and carry store in India, hoping the government will soon relax restrictions on foreign investment in its massive ...
  • Ford, Chrysler recall almost 160,000 vehicles
    WASHINGTON: US automakers Ford and Chrysler are recalling tens of thousands of vehicles due to safety problems, the government said today. Chrysler Group was recalling about 143,000 vehi...
  • Hu pledges a peaceful, cooperative China in 2011
    BEIJING: Chinese President Hu Jintao said in a New Year's Eve address today China would adhere to the path of peaceful development and would always seek to cooperate when facing global p...
  • 'Let's build a better future'
    KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak today urged all Malaysians to fulfil their responsibility in building a better future for the coming generations and place the country in its...
  • Thank you Rajagopal, thank you Harimau Malaysia
    FOCUS KUALA LUMPUR: For many Malaysian football fans the historic moment when Hassan Sani ran the length of the field to thread an exquisite pass to James Wong who swiftly scored the win...

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The Malaysian Insider

BERNAMA

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CNN.com (Asia)CNN.com (Asia)

  • Uniting Hong Kong's refugees
    On a promenade that runs along Hong Kong's harbor, crowds of tourists jostle for their chance to photograph the city's spectacular skyline.
  • Helping the poor in Hong Kong
    William Yu is trying to improve the quality of life for thousands in Hong Kong living in sub-divided flats.
  • Kicking out prejudice
    By championing football for girls, Bhabani Munda is fighting prejudice in India.
  • Astonishing origami
    When origami enthusiast Uyen Nguyen discusses her art, you quickly understand that it is about a lot more than folding paper.
  • China's outrageous hotel designs
    Proving once again that anything goes in China when it comes to design, the country's latest hotels are nothing short of incredible

Wall Street Journal (Asia)Wall Street Journal (Asia)

  • Hong Kong Talks Yield Scant Progress
    Student leaders met for the first time with government officials, drawing thousands to the street to watch the televised meeting, though neither side appeared willing to budge on core iss...
  • In Japan, Property Investors Widen Their Hunt
    Sky-high prices for buildings in central Tokyo—part of one property sold for $1.7 billion—have investors looking elsewhere in Japan.image
  • Ebola Fears Spark China Pullback in West Africa
    China’s massive commercial footprint in Africa has grown despite civil wars and military coups. Ebola is a different story.image
  • China's Slowdown Raises Pressure on Beijing
    Analysis: China’s economic slowdown is widely expected to continue into next year, increasing pressure on Beijing to take more powerful measures to spur growth.image
  • McDonald's Vows Fresh Thinking
    McDonald’s outlined plans for what it called fundamental changes to its business as it reported one of its worst quarterly profit declines in years, driven by problems in nearly every maj...

Al Jazeera (Asia)Al Jazeera (Asia)

Malay Mail OnlineMalay Mail Online

  • Microsoft to take US$6.2b writeoff for online unit
    Tuesday, July 03, 2012 - 10:03 by AFP Location: NEW YORK MICROSOFT said Monday it would take a US$6.2 billion (RM19.61 billion) writedown to reflect the slump in value of its online ser...
  • Android, Apple extend gains in smartphone market
    Tuesday, July 03, 2012 - 08:49 by AFP Location: WASHINGTON THE Google Android platform extended its lead in the US smartphone market while Apple increased its market share to nearly a t...
  • GlaxoSmithKline fined US$3b in US
    Tuesday, July 03, 2012 - 08:41 by AFP Location: NEW YORK GLAXOSMITHKLINE was socked with US$3 billion (RM9.49 billion) in fines by US authorities Monday over charges it marketed drugs f...
  • Investors hope Manmohan to work his magic again
    Sunday, July 01, 2012 - 15:32 by AFP Location: NEW DELHI INVESTORS are hoping India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, whose radical reforms transformed the country's economy two decades ...
  • Some see Waterloo for troubled BlackBerry maker
    Saturday, June 30, 2012 - 16:27 by AFP Location: WASHINGTON BLACKBERRY maker Research in Motion is now in a struggle for survival after its latest quarterly report underscoring its dete...

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Asia Times

  • Rouhani's 'economic package' is empty
    The belief of Iran's Hassan Rouhani administration that the establishment of better relations with the US would serve as a panacea to the country's economic woes has effectively linked an...
  • Low hopes for Hong Kong talks
    Talks between student representatives and Hong Kong government officials are intended to end political stalemate, but are widely seen as unlikely to end the mass rallies, including in he ...
  • Ebola and security opportunities lost
    A fraction of the trillions of dollars spent in the past decade on military activities in Afghanistan, Iraq, and elsewhere could achieve far more for human security if properly directed t...
  • What could possibly go wrong?
    You know the joke? You describe something obviously heading for disaster - a friend crossing Death Valley with next to no gas in his car - and then add, "What could possibly go wrong?" Su...
  • Britain's phantoms of the past in Palestine
    The overwhelming vote in Britain's parliament in favor of a Palestinian state underlines how the British public and political establishment have grown disenchanted with Israel's occupatio...

FinanceAsiaFinanceAsia

Asian InvestorAsian Investor

  • Photos: Asia's Independent Research Summit
    Industry body Asia IRP, in partnership with AsianInvestor and FinanceAsia , held Asia's Independent Research Summit on October 8 in Hong Kong.
  • Rich Asians' trust in wealth industry rising
    Asia remains the fastest growing region in terms of wealth, and its high-net-worth investors are demanding better digital services, finds the RBC and Capgemini Asia-Pacific Wealth Report.
  • Institutional Excellence Awards: Day 1
    Today we recognise best practice in regional categories by type of institution. Tomorrow we will announce awards by market and for investment capabilities, governance and innovation.
  • Cambridge creates new hedge fund role
    Investment consultancy Cambridge Associates has named its first head of hedge funds for Australia and New Zealand as it sees demand for the asset class rises in those countries.
  • Asia's Independent Research Summit
    Industry body Asia IRP, in partnership with AsianInvestor and FinanceAsia , held the second annual Asia's Independent Research Summit (AIRS) on October 8 at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Hong...

Financial Times (Asia)Financial Times (Asia)

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