Berita Harian has made global news - for the wrong reason. It published a cartoon on the tsunami in Japan that has been widely seen as appallingly distasteful and insensitive. Have a look at this report on the CNN...
Negotiations between the Malaysia and the European Union for a free trade agreement (FTA) are expected to begin in Brussels next week. But most Malaysians are being left in the dark about what this means for Malaysia while Parliament...
According to Unctad's World Investment Report 2009 released last night, Malaysia experienced a net FDI outflow of US$6.0 billion in 2008, more than double the US$2.7 billion net outflow posted in the previous year. Inward FDI fell to US$8.1 billion...
This Merdeka brings news that Japan's LDP has been dumped after virtually unbroken rule since 1955. The new Democratic Party-led government, which is expected to adopt a less subservient relationship with the United States and to expand the welfare state,...
Richard de Zoysa was a well-known Sri Lankan journalist, author, rights activist and actor, who was kidnapped and murdered on 18 February 1990. He was the nephew of the Malaysian political scientist Dr Johan Saravanamuttu. Richard's death, widely believed to...