It has already started. I mean, the propaganda over the mainstream media. This time we can expect it to be worse, given that the Barisan Nasional is going to face stiff contests in many areas. So what are we to...
The Batu Caves temple authorities have made public their takings for this year's Thaipusam celebrations. Malaysiakini reported that the temple collected only RM1.04 million this year compared to RM1.8 million last year - that's a 42 per cent plunge in...
So far, Malaysians have been entertained by the almost farcical proceedings of the commission of inquiry into the Lingam tape. Come on, we all know the real state of the judiciary. But the joke of the week must be...
This is truly scandalous and implicates another former top judge. Lingam also talks about his New Zealand holiday with Eusoff Chin.
"Makkal Sakthi (People Power)!" thundered speaker after speaker. "Valga (Long live)!" roared back the crowd. I thought I would check out the atmosphere at the DAP ceramah at the Penang Chinese Town Hall in George Town tonight to gauge the...
Update - 8.45 pm, Penang: Some 2,000 Hindu Malaysians, clad in the orange of Makkal Sakthi, are on the streets, chanting, "Hindraf! Hindraf! Long live Hindraf!" It's confirmed: The boycott of Batu Caves for the Thaipusam festival has been a...
An impartial observer from Mars sitting in at the Lingam video inquiry would be forgiven for thinking that there is an outbreak of amnesia and dementia in Malaysia. Witnesses don't seem to remember basic details. Why, Lingam was even...
Predictably, the PM has extended the Thaipusam public holiday to KL and Putrajaya. (Check out this revealing eye-witness account of the MIC-gathering tonight.) All I can say is that they must be desperate to win back support from Indian...
Will they or won't they? Throw a spanner into the PGCC works, that is. The full council of the Penang Municipal Council (MPPP) will sit on Friday, 18 January 2007 2008 in a meeting that could very well decide the...
I hear that the Department of the Environment quietly approved a preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment of the Penang Global City Centre (PGCC) project way back on 2 March 2007. A "one-stop centre" meeting approved the preliminary EIA, subject...

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