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Coffee Break: Chasing dreams by betting on the lottery
I am contemplating buying the lottery from now on.
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How construction safety hazards can be avoided — Wong Chee Fui
SEPTEMBER 21 — The public are shocked and horrified with the incident where a parapet wall has fallen from the Sg Besi — Ulu Klang Elevated Expressway (SUKE) under construction and hit a car trave...
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Frankly Speaking: History repeats itself
In the late 1990s, PSC Industries Bhd (PSCI) — a public-listed company controlled by businessman Tan Sri Amin Shah Omar Shah — was awarded a RM5.4 billion contract to build six navy ships known as...
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What Malaysia needs urgently: Unity of all Malaysians for a New Sabah and a New Malaysia — Lim Kit Siang
SEPTEMBER 21 — First of all, let me congratulate Syed Saddiq for showing the way that Malaysia needs new thinking, that we must be colour-blind and cannot be bound by narrow views about nation-build...
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Uighur Muslims deserve better than re-education camps — Rais Hussin
SEPTEMBER 21 — Xinjiang, contrary to what many people believe, is not the word which Uighur Muslims themselves chose, or accept.
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An ADHD-er shares some thoughts on his condition
SEPTEMBER 21 — Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a condition that is finally getting more awareness; I have two members in my extended family who are on medication for it.
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The Government and Attorney-General should act fast to introduce new laws to criminalise and penalise cyberbullying — Kasthuri Patto
SEPTEMBER 20 — I refer to the article carried in Malaysiakini dated 19 September, 2020 titled “Putrajaya to decide on cyberbullying law soon“ and wish to reiterate my stand that there is a great...
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Skyscrapers are not beneficial in congested Kuala Lumpur — Aisyah Abdul Hadi
SEPTEMBER 20 — We all know KLCC Twin Tower has always been the most symbolic building in Malaysia that we all are really proud of.
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Singapore’s Pofma and the burden of proof
SEPTEMBER 20 — The Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (Pofma) is perhaps the most controversial piece of legislation passed by Singapore’s parliament in recent times.
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Goodbye Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ― Parveen Harnam
SEPTEMBER 19 ― Today we all learnt that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed.
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Two highly enjoyable 'bad movies' for the more adventurous film fan
SEPTEMBER 19 ― Watching and enjoying “bad movies” has been a favourite pastime of mine since I was 16 or 17.
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Consent for sex out of wedlock a false premise in sexual reproductive rights — Rafidah Hanim Mokhtar
SEPTEMBER 19 — We would like to respond to the statement by the Federation of Reproductive Health Associations Malaysia published in your website.
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Why has Malaysia decided to opt out of the Covax initiative? — Azrul Mohd Khalib
SEPTEMBER 18 — It is 18 September and the deadline for enrolment and commitments to the international Covax project is here.
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Is Malaysia the cradle of civilisation?
When I was younger, the Hollywood blockbuster The Mummy enraptured and captured my attention like few other movies did.
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Sibu’s Malaysia Day irony: riots then, celebrations today
In August 1963, 24-year-old Ben D’Cunha was called up by his editor Hugh Savage and told: “Pack your bags, you’re going to Sarawak to cover the United Nations’ fact-finding mission.” Ben was...
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Will Warisan rope in Dr Mahathir to campaign for them?
These are indeed exciting times in Sabah.
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Don’t break Malaysia’s unifying cords
Is Malaysia truly unified? Are we mature enough to ensure the future of our children?
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Sabah election: Most unusual election in the history of Malaysia — Lim Kit Siang
SEPTEMBER 17 — The Sabah general election is the most unusual election in the history of Malaysia.
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Malaysia 5.0: Digital transformation for Malaysian businesses — Rais Hussin
SEPTEMBER 17 — MDEC’s aspiration is to firmly establish Malaysia as the Heart of Digital Asean, a regional digital powerhouse launching global champions to lead the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4...
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Project youth: Departing from Malaysia's status quo — Halmie Azrie
SEPTEMBER 17 — Disruption or distraction It has been a bumpy 2020 year thus far.
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Malaysia’s Covid-19 recovery needs to centre on women and girls — UNFPA
SEPTEMBER 17 — Tomorrow, Malaysia marks six months of implementing the movement control order (MCO) which has recently been further extended to December 31, 2020 — and we at United Nations Populat...
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Rank your political love, how to avoid jackasses ruling forever
SEPTEMBER 17 — Voting day is September 26, but Sabah voters may require days of deep analysis and discourse to decide who they pick.
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Hold your hormones! — Ahmad Yasin
SEPTEMBER 17 — “Maaflah terlupa apa nak kata, makan banyak sangat hormon,” I kept recalling the joke made by one of the trans activist in Malaysia as I started to become more entrenched within t...
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Singapore, please stop the imminent execution of Syed Suhail — Sangkari Pranthaman
SEPTEMBER 16 — Syed Suhail bin Syed Zin, 44-yr, has been sentenced to hang in Changi Prison, Singapore, come this Friday, and I could not be any more devastated and angry on Singapore over this.
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Changing the rules of the game for Malaysia
SEPTEMBER 16 — Malaya celebrates its 63rd independence this year, while Malaysia celebrates its 57th anniversary.
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Sabah’s election run-up is a reminder of our polarisation
SEPTEMBER 16 — There is a lot riding on the Sabah election.
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Germany's economy is sicker than you think
(Sept 14): There’s no question that Germany has done relatively well during this annus horribilis, and that the administration of Chancellor Angela Merkel deserves most of the credit.
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China’s 40-year, billion-tree project a lesson for world
(Sept 14): Few environmental campaigns in China have been so enthusiastically pursued or so controversial as its Great Green Wall.
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Frankly Speaking: A case of too many cooks?
The push for digital transformation is not new.
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Covid-19 pandemic and the rule of law — Leonard Yeoh and Nurul Qarirah
SEPTEMBER 14 — Malaysia had made numerous features in international media this year, with high praise for making great strides in managing the Covid-19 outbreak.
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United we stand with Palestinians — Rais Hussin
SEPTEMBER 13 — Palestinians, prior and before the death of Yasser Arafat, had indeed been fighting among themselves.
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Singapore’s justice warriors
SEPT 13 — Parti Liyani is not a celebrity but the 46-year-old Indonesian domestic helper is now famous across Singapore.
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South China Sea : China and Malaysia as the litmus test of a break through — Dr Rais Hussin
SEPTEMBER 12 — The Auditor General’s Department of Malaysia cannot be clearer: between 2016-2019, which ranges across the administrations of former Prime Minister Najib Razak, and subsequently Pri...
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Three films to catch (or miss) in Malaysian cinemas now
SEPTEMBER 12 ― The arrival of Tenet in Malaysian cinemas two weeks ago seemed to have brought back some of the energy and excitement that’s been missing ever since local cinemas have been allowed ...
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