New Inspector-General of Police Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador has his finger on the pulse of everything, knows the ground very well and is reputed for his networking skills and uncanny ability to “tepis perhatian” (shy away from, not shoo away attention).
The aftermath of the ‘Italian Job’ follows a predictable trajectory in the sport – from shock and grief to resentment against the rapidly falling standard of Malaysia hockey.
Veteran sports leader Datuk Sieh Kok Chi believes a fourth-place finish with 10-15 per cent of the gold medals can be deemed satisfactory for Malaysia at this year’s Philippines SEA Games.
The feminist movement is fighting for our mothers, sisters, wives, daughters and the list goes on. Men should be proud of it. Period.
Life’s journey is just like life out in the sea. It can be interesting, unpredictable, not projectable and incalculable. While there are ups and downs, we should just take a breather and be thankful for what we have.
A heartwarming incident during an LRT ride yesterday showed there should be no second thoughts when helping others as that’s what good humans are supposed to do.
Politicians, like Negeri Sembilan Menteri Besar Aminuddin Harun, should never be allowed to hold any post in sports. If he wants to resign as Seremban International Golf Club president, it would be no loss as members would be glad to have power returned to them.
DAP has for years called for local government elections but there has not been any sound regarding the third vote since Pakatan Harapan took over Putrajaya.
There are those who often overlook the benefits of the Internet by simply forwarding something without researching while some others only contribute to their WhatsApp or Facebook groups by forwarding bad news and the worst things possible.
Act of roti canai stall owner offering free food to those in hardship shows there are many good people out there, usually the silent majority.
In politics, there are no hard and fast rules. Alliances can be contemplated on the basis of common ground. As such, it is absurd to continue branding PAS as religious bigots and Umno as racist fascists in a hypocritical and self-righteous manner.
After winning the general election, the Pakatan Harapan government seems to have forgotten the art of communication as its members have also learned that social media is a double-edged sword.
The day begins with uncertainty for the MIC, seeking to push its race based politics with pretentious pace and adventure despite the MCA-MIC arena being as soggy as a bag of undercooked chips.