Over 150 Kuala Lumpur Umno members, including grassroots leaders, pledge loyalty to Amanah whose president Mohamad Sabu repeats stand of inclusiveness and being mindful of people’s sentiments.
Chief Secretary of the Government Datuk Seri Ismail Bakar reveals possibility of reevaluating internal processes to ensure civil servants increase productivity.
As condolences pour in for family of veteran football administrator Datuk Peter Velappan, Twentytwo13 takes a look at his philosophy in life and what made him a true gem.
Sports organisations play wait-and-see after sports marketing firm MP & Silva wound up by UK High Court of Justice on Wednesday.
Amanah Federal Territories secretary Ismail Yahaya approached by KL Umno division members as some 200 members plan to party-hop.
From haphazard and indiscriminate parking to almost apocalyptic at night, much must be done to turn Putrajaya into a must-visit destination for all.
Hockey development programme participated by over 50 children cancelled after KL Hockey Stadium “booked by City Hall” from Oct 2-14 for para athletes to train for lawn bowls on turf.
Umno leaders must tolerate dissenting views to win hearts of majority to revive Malay-based party or risk being forgotten forever, says Supreme Council member Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek.
Cool heads must prevail as football experts should be allowed to chart future of 20,000 young National Football Development Programme talents.
As we pray for national badminton player Datuk Lee Chong Wei to recover, let’s not forget to celebrate life and enjoy precious moments with our loved ones.
Several attendees say Podium Programme post-mortem workshop ended without any resolution as national sports associations will instead come up with their summaries and recommendations following the two-day meeting.
Regardless agenda of two-day workshop on Podium Programme which starts today, decision makers should stop thinking about leaving legacies through million-ringgit programmes but start thinking of what’s best for Malaysian sports.
Former national hockey player I. Vikneswaran insists he has done no wrong after Kuala Lumpur Hockey Association ‘severely reprimanded’ him for Facebook posting over Pantai turf being used for brass band competition.