Monthly Archives: November 2010

MoCS to Taib: Search your conscience and come clean

KUCHING: An earnest appeal has gone out to Sarawak Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud to do some serious soul-searching of his role in the mismanagement of Sarawak’s resources. “The chief minister has a lot to explain for the negative focus … Continue reading

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What! Anwar the messiah?

A FMT editorial That was one of the things that worried me – to be raised to the position of a semi-god – because then you are no longer a human being. I wanted to be known as Mandela, a … Continue reading

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‘Shooting’ in Parliament

By Mariam Mokhtar OPINION During a parliamentary session last week, Deputy Foreign Minister A Kohilan Pillay called vocal overseas Malaysians “traitors” and said they had “breached loyalty to the King and country”. He told the Dewan Rakyat: “The ministry monitors … Continue reading

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Dr M against 100-storey KL tower

Former Malaysian prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad Monday came out against government plans to build a 100-storey mega-tower in the capital, which have already sparked an outcry on Facebook. After initially supporting the project, Mahathir said the 1.6-billion-dollar “Warisan Merdeka” … Continue reading

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Instant Iban millionaires a nightmare for Taib

KUCHING: If Pakatan Rakyat coalition comes to power, Ibans can become instant millionaires! And that will be Chief Minister Taib Mahmud’s worst nightmare. All this is possible if PKR’s plan to set up a Land Commission in Sarawak in its … Continue reading

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It’s now ‘do or die’ for Anwar

By Alan Ting COMMENT Can PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim steer PKR forward and keep its members together, following a bruising party election? Following a three-day congress, Anwar – described as a God-sent leader by his wife and party … Continue reading

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A tribute to Aung San Suu Kyi

By Sim Kwang Yang AFTER a donkey number of years in and out of Burmese prison, Aung San Suu Kyi is free once again, to mingle with the ordinary people of Burma or Myanmar. The world had anticipated her release, … Continue reading

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MoCS backs Dr Syed Husin for Unisel chancellor’s post

KUCHING –  The Movement For Change, Sarawak (MoCS) has supported a PKR proposal to appoint Dr Syed Husin Ali as the new chancellor of Universiti Selangor (Unisel). “Dr Syed Husin will fit in that role perfectly given his academic background. … Continue reading

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Teresa: I did not make fun of gays

By Teoh El Sen SUBANG JAYA: Teresa Kok, who is heading the “Unity Team” in the Selangor DAP polls, has denied poking fun at homosexuals over the name of her rival camp, “Rainbow Coalition”. Rainbow Coalition, formerly called the Justice … Continue reading

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Pelagus ‘guns’ trained to destablise Masing

By Joseph Tawie KAPIT: A rumoured covert operation to destabilise Party Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) president Dr James Masing for criticising his bosses in Barisan Nasional has consolidated itself in Pelagus state constituency. The battle lines for the contensious Pelagus seat … Continue reading

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