- Will the PSC on electoral reforms be stillborn with another Najib flip flop
- As talents fly home, Penang’s fortunes rise
- Loyalty to King and Country II
- Is the world facing fundamental changes?
Posted: 19 Aug 2011 10:04 PM PDT
In just four days, the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has done a full flip-flop, reneging on his implicit undertaking on Monday night that the next general elections would not be held until the Parliamentary Select Committee on electoral reforms has reached a national consensus on electoral reforms. Let me quote from Bernama on [...]
Posted: 19 Aug 2011 04:54 PM PDT
By Debra Chong The Malaysian Insider Aug 20, 2011 GEORGE TOWN, Aug 20 — Six months ago Dr William Khor quit his London flat in affluent Kensington to fly home to Penang with little more than a rough plan to build a boutique health resort by the sea. The former student of St Xavier's Institution [...]
Posted: 19 Aug 2011 03:55 AM PDT
by drrafick August 19, 2011 1. Words can't describe the anger and pain that I felt with the MAF Chief over his political partisanship comments that disgraced the serving and retired members of the Malaysian Armed Forces. It is unbecoming for a General to call retirees a traitor to the service when he does not [...]
Posted: 19 Aug 2011 03:15 AM PDT
Viewpoint by Chris Williamson Chief economist at global financial information firm Markit BBC News Business 18 August 2011 Recent events, including stock market falls, the escalating sovereign debt crises, US credit rating downgrade and a near-stalling of growth in the developed world is leading increasing numbers of experts to wonder if the world is facing [...]
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