Enough of politics and start leading country

Visnu Natesan

We have lost the plot in the search for a better country.

Our society has become pessimistic without much thoughts or critical thinking. Many disagree for the sake of disagreeing. 794 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

Seremban church says council directive to use Malay banners, not about propagating faith


The banner that a Muslim non-governmental organisation found so offensive in Seremban.

A Pentecostal church in Seremban said it was following the law to put banners in Bahasa Malaysia to promote an Easter musical, a language that a Muslim rights group believed should not be used by non-Muslims in Malaysia. 475 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

Media a problem in democracy? 

Ignatius Haryanto

Maybe in the next five to 10 years many local and foreign observers will look at Indonesia’s 2014 elections as one of the most celebrated tales in the country’s media history. 828 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

When Civil Court and Syariah Court collides

Jimmy Puah

It is a cardinal rule of law, that all laws enacted should be clear and unambiguous in terms. The reasoning for this is that everyone should know their legal rights and when not to step out of the legal boundary. 730 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

The IGP must resign


Maybe I am confused, but is this not the inspector-general of police (IGP); our chief criminal law officer of the federation speaking about lack of authority to resolve the issue of the kidnap of his son by a Muslim convert? 1,247 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

‘We do not instigate natives’

Winston Way

Save Rivers Sarawak said they only provide Baram blockaders with legal advice and connections with lawyers, NGOs and other protesting communities.

An NGO here has denied accusations that they are instigating Baram natives into prolonging blockades which they began last year in a bid to stop preparatory works on the proposed Baram hydroelectric dam in the Miri Division. 561 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia

The meltdown of Malaysian institutions


There was a time Malaysia’s civil service was the envy of many, playing an important role in the country’s rapid industrialisation.

There was a time when Malaysia was known for its institutions – a civil service that facilitated rapid development from an agrarian economy to an industrialised one, a judiciary that was held in high esteem of the Commonwealth, and a military that defeated a communist insurgency. 751 more words

Anak Sarawak Bangsa Malaysia