A slap that hurts human rights

Commentary by Mustafa K. Anuar THE recent incident in which a volleyball coach slapped two teenage athletes caused a stir and deep concern among the authorities, parents and other Malaysians, resulting in some demanding retribution.

Traditional Chinese medicine to cost more after CNY

HIGHER demand for Chinese traditional medicines for the treatment of Covid-19 is expected to push up the prices of the herb-based items after the Lunar New Year, Chinese physicians said. Most of the Chinese herbal medicines sold in Malaysia are imported from China.

Perikatan looking to youth to take Negri Sembilan

PERIKATAN Nasional (PN) can become the new state government in Negri Sembilan by maintaining the momentum of youth support for the coalition from the last general election, former Seremban Umno youth chief Zool Amali Hussin said. Zool joined PAS recently and is confident that Malay votes will continue to swing to PN because people were […]

Anwar: No more racist or unfair policies

PUTRAJAYA: Policies that marginalise minority communities will not be allowed to be implemented under the current administration, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim says. Read full story

Proton Wira is ‘most stolen vehicle’

PETALING JAYA: The Proton Wira, an old Malaysian favourite, is also the car most loved by thieves, retaining its status as “most stolen vehicle” for a 11th consecutive year, says the Vehicle Theft Reduction Council of Malaysia. Read full story

Najib fails in attempt to remove judge

PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court has dismissed an attempt by Datuk Seri Najib Razak to disqualify a Court of Appeal judge from sitting in the review proceedings invol­ving the SRC International Sdn Bhd case at the apex court. Read full story