- The Life Story Of A 100 Ringgit Note
- The Tengku Razaleigh factor
- Crime index down but do you feel safer?
- Key political risks to watch in Malaysia
Posted: 03 Oct 2010 10:31 PM PDT
by Richard Loh I was having a beautiful dream, sleeping among the other 100 ringgit notes banded in stack of 100, when suddenly the loud noise from the opening of heavy metal door woke me up. The lights were switched on and by now all other denominations notes were wide awake as well. We were [...]
Posted: 03 Oct 2010 10:03 PM PDT
by Jema Khan The Malaysian Insider October 04, 2010 OCT 4 — The upcoming Galas state seat by-election is interesting on many fronts. It was a seat won by PAS in the last general election though Umno won the Gua Musang parliamentary seat which encompasses Galas. By many accounts winning the Gua Musang parliamentary seat [...]
Posted: 03 Oct 2010 08:22 PM PDT
Horrible experience by AnthonyLokeMP/SA/DAPSY chief. He his father mother tied up by burglars @Taman YoonChan Rahang terrace hse 4am n robbed of $10k 10/04/2010 08:49 AM (Contd) of cash valuables. Freed themselves abt 5am. House ransacked Luckily no one harmed by parang-wielding robbers. Loke’s area was quite crime-free but no more safe 10/04/2010 08:53 AM [...]
Posted: 03 Oct 2010 06:45 AM PDT
Oct 1, 10 Reuters/Malaysiakini Malaysia has unveiled ambitious plans to boost its economy by mobilising hundreds of billions of dollars of private investment, although questions remain over whether the money will materialise. Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s cut in fuel, gas and sugar subsidies in August triggered a political backlash that may see him holding [...]
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