Video allegedly showing a Malaysian senior minister and a political secretary involved in sexual activity has become talking point – not just about the sex but also the values attached to the nature and circumstances of it.
Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said a peaceful Korean peninsula will motivate Malaysia to reopen its embassy in Pyongyang after high-profile assassination of Kim Jong-nam, resulting in diplomatic crisis between Malaysia and North Korea.
Johor Baru MP Akmal Nasrullah Nasir’s break fast session at Johor Baru Sikh Gurdwara on May 28 received some negative attention. Here’s all you need to know about the place of worship and the Sikh community’s core principles of serving food and eating together.
Youth and Sports Ministry programmes are nothing new as inexperience minister and his team do not seem to be open and receptive to views.
Here’s a lowdown on the performances of ministers in Malaysia – a year after Pakatan Harapan won the 14th general election.
Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik once again literally put the shoe in his mouth when he announced the Cabinet had approved an increase in matriculation places from 25,000 to 40,000 while retaining the 90:10 quota system.
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.
Close friends pay tribute to Arie Irawan as PGA Tour Series-China will honour the Malaysian professional golfer at the Haikou Championship this week.
Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad wore an unimpressed look as he was forced to announce Malaysia’s withdrawal from the Rome Statute, saying the political confusion was created by some people with political ambition.
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.