The passing of veteran newsman Tony Francis, 73, yesterday evokes memories of a great journalist who saw the potential and best in others.
How many times have you not been able to find your favourite shirt or shorts although it’s right there, just that only your other half knows where that “right there” is. Purwaiz Alam is one of the “silent victims”.
Johor Darul Ta’zim’s Safawi Rasid is attached to a team in a top European league but the eternal pessimists among us are already hankering for his return as he has yet to play a match for his Portuguese Primeira Liga outfit Portimonense.
It is easy to blame politicians for the horrible rise in Covid-19 cases in Malaysia but have we done our part to curtail the coronavirus?
Purwaiz Alam cheekily suggests that the people are just envious of Padang Terap District Officer Hakim Ariff Md Noor because he is multilingual.
Former Yahoo Malaysia sports editor Prem Kumar is a great admirer of Diego Maradona but is convinced Lionel Messi is from another planet. He lists five reasons why La Pulga should be ranked ahead of D10S.
Politicians should forget about “volunteering” to be inoculated with the Covid-19 vaccine as they have proven their immunity time and again. They should instead inject some common sense into themselves, says Purwaiz Alam.
Find a group of like-minded people who can encourage you when you take up a hobby.
Women’s Aid Organisation head of campaigns Natasha Dandavati says our national budget must be viewed as a catalyst to drive widespread change and also one that ensures no women fall through the cracks.
If all we do is listen to someone so that we can find a solution for them, it’s more likely that the child won’t share his or her struggles. Let’s instead take the time to listen to understand rather than listen to “solve”.
A responsible government needs to balance between utilitarian and libertarian principles underlined by distributive justice to maximise the wellbeing of the people in the form of a moral economy.
Three people gave Purwaiz Alam the extra push to walk 26km and raise funds for Women’s Aid Organisation. He pays tribute to them and everyone else who supported Twentytwo13’s Project 60.1.
Women’s Aid Organisation head of campaigns Natasha Dandavati looks back at an important learning experience on pregnancy discrimination as Malaysia awaits the tabling of the propose amendments to the Employment Act.