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Orphanage, tahfiz schools in Hulu Langat reeling after harrowing flash flood

Residents say they are living in fear after 15 minutes of rain turned main road into a raging river.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Hamid Tuah believed in dignity of Malay peasants, not racial divide, says daughter

Poor Malays encouraged to find scapegoats in other communities, not challenge their own elite, adds PKR MP Nik Nazmi.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Olympic Council veterans fume over 'RM30k a month' appointment

They question the necessity, selection process, suitability and remuneration of the new chief operating officer.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Remembering Nik Aziz as nation drowns in polemics of race and religion

Principled and inclusive leaders are sorely needed as the country moves forward.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Expert: Show us full reports on Kuala Koh, forced contraceptive claims

Dr Milton Lum called on the health minister to disclose full details of the investigative report.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Don't ease up on haze battle just because air quality improves, says MMA president

Medical experts clamour for better response, warn of long-term health hazards of haze situation.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Capturing the secrets of the wildlife world

MALAYSIANSKINI | Sanjitpaal Singh spends half his life in our jungles just waiting for the split second when that perfect shot materialises.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Beleaguered Sarawakians are bedding in for long battle with haze

Cloud-seeding just makes it rain for 10 minutes, but the fires are still rampaging, says Kuching resident.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Purple haze - some men like to watch the world burn

COMMENT | We have reached that stage where we are resigned to inaction over pollution.

by Martin Vengadesan
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West Papua groups: Indonesian military is burning our villages

Jakarta has expelled foreign journalists, blames IS militants for uprising of the locals.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Ivy Josiah in line for Dewan Negara appointment - sources

Govt sources say the human rights activist will be among those appointed in October.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Minister to hand report on Kuala Koh deaths to cabinet on Sept 18

This follows fresh claims that the gov't did not investigate fully and is sweeping the case aside.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Federal Court to rule on its own decision in S'wak NCR case

It will be the final decision in a long-running legal battle of the indigenous communities.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Mugabe's death and the fellow traveller syndrome

COMMENT | We are naturally opposed to extremists on the other side, but can overlook our own.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Task force to study alternative to death penalty; ex-CJ to lead

UPDATED 8.13AM | Sources say Richard Malanjum will lead the team, which will submit its recommendations to the gov't.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Gojek and Dego - a father’s fear

COMMENT | One of my best friends died in a motorcycle accident 16 years ago - I haven’t ridden one since.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Water supply to Felda settlement near Pekan returns after 17 days

This follows a spell of heavy rain, prompting fears from residents that the relief could be temporary.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Teacher Sam flies off to the US, vows to be back

INTERVIEW | Samuel Isaiah has promised to return and continue his groundbreaking work with Orang Asli children.

by Martin Vengadesan
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Deliberate attempt to create impression flags are being defiled, says Syahredzan

Political aide believes genuine mistakes are being pounced upon to create a false perception.

by Martin Vengadesan
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