The indefatigable Uruguayan has weathered many storms, endured countless personal attacks. Despite this, he always gives his best. Unsurprisingly, Luis Suarez is Serbegeth Singh’s player of this season.
Malaysia needs to migrate from political governance to professional governance, in which qualified personnel, professionals or politicians, are appointed to high leadership positions, writes Professor Emeritus Datuk Dr Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
Driven by technology, the future of the workplace is hybrid – partially in office, partially remote. Yet why do tech giants keep building mega offices?
In Young Voices this week, 14-year-old Aidan Kwong shares why Apple products, although pricey, tick all the right boxes for today’s youth.
With the Federal Park secured, it is time for a holistic re-think for the common good, says Friends of Bukit Kiara.
Twentytwo13 celebrates third anniversary, remains committed to pushing boundaries amid challenging landscape.
Muslim nations must use their wealth, political and diplomatic influence to end this carnage and restore the rights of the Palestinians as a free people in their rightful homeland, writes Prof Mohamed Ghouse Nasuruddin.
As long as Malaysian leaders do not express a collective stand on issues concerning rape jokes, period spot checks and sexual harassment, this nation will stand to lose more than it can count.
Are politicians exempted from truth and ethics? Responsible citizens must decide if they want ethical politicians or mere rhetoric, especially religious rhetoric, writes Datuk Seri Jahaberdeen Mohamed Yunoos.
Focus on what you have instead of what you don’t. That can alter your perception in a more positive way, writes sports psychologist Elgin Voon.
Three friends experience weird encounters early in the morning. Are they dreaming? If it is real, will they survive? Read all about it in Young Voices this week.
A group of veteran newsmen in Malaysia demand the atrocities perpetrated by the Israeli military to stop immediately in Gaza. They call it an act of aggression and a pompous show of strength on the part of the Israeli military on innocent populace.
Recent comments by Perak FC treasurer Datuk Sham Mat Sahat that the team does not need players without “soul” for Perak stumped many, as it shows the underlying fact that sports professionalism in Malaysia still has a long way to go.