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I May Be 13, But I Deserved A Fair And Honest Report

Three articles written by two different news portals regarding the case of Lim Guan Eng’s seditious statement on November 23, 2016, highlighted my police report. 416 more words

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I May Be 13, But I Deserved A Fair And Honest Report

Three articles written by two different news portals regarding the case of Lim Guan Eng’s seditious statement on November 23, 2016, highlighted my police report. 416 more words

News

Decades of flood experience and we still can’t prevent it

Decades of flood experience and we still can’t prevent it
By Zan Azlee

The flood season is in full swing and we know this because the media goes on hyper drive covering stories about the flood, and rightfully so. 838 more words

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On Holier than Thou Putrajaya Idiot Paul Low

December 27, 2016

On Holier than Thou Putrajaya Idiot Paul Low

COMMENT by S. Thayaparan

http://www.malaysiakini.com

‘Using religion as a political weapon always results in self-inflicted wounds.’ 1,158 more words

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Lamenting, yet again, on education in Malaysia

Lamenting, yet again, on education in Malaysia
By Zan Azlee

You might have read that a recent survey done by the well-known pollster Pew Research Centre has shown that in Malaysia, Muslims are considered the most educated compared to the rest of the population – formal education, that is. 806 more words

Zan Azlee

A Police Report - Part 2

Following the police report that I made last Thursday the CEO of Malaysiakini Premesh Chandran has denied any knowledge of the document in question.

“I have not seen this document before, nor was I part of any discussions on ‘shared frameworks’, nor was I the chair of any committee related to OSF,” said Premesh to Malaysiakini. 109 more words

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Tun M, Janganlah Menghina Nabi S.A.W.

Saya terkejut dan merasa amat sedih dan kecewa membaca kenyataan Dr Mahathir (Tun M) seperti yang disiarkan oleh MalaysiaKini di bawah tajuk, “Dr M: Nabi tak ada RM2.6b, 1MDB”. 397 more words

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