Monthly Archives: October 2011

Overseas Malaysians file suit against Election Commission

By MyOverseasVote A Agroup of Malaysian citizens overseas has filed a lawsuit against the Election Commission (EC) asking the High Court to compel the EC to register them as absent voters. The group of six Malaysians, who all work in … Continue reading

Posted in Election Commission

‘Unconstitutional to ban students from politics’

KUALA LUMPUR:  The Court of Appeal today ruled that a law banning college students from political activities was unconstitutional, in a move hailed by the ban’s opponents as a landmark decision. Students have long campaigned for a repeal of the … Continue reading

Posted in Court case, Education

7 billionth baby born in Philippines

 The world’s population has reached seven billion, following the arrival of the symbolic Baby No. 7 billionth in The Philippines. The girl was born at the Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital in Manila two minutes before midnight on Oct 30. … Continue reading

Posted in Here and There

PAGE hands over memo on English to PM

The Parent Action Group for Education Malaysia (PAGE) delivered its memorandum on the language issue to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak here on Monday with the hope “he is listening to the people. “We want the memorandum to … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Najib Abdul Razak | 1 Comment

Selfish Muhyiddin has made the biggest blunder for Malaysia

 By  Moaz Nair Parents are too eager to have their children educated in English, and if given the choice and opportunity they would readily choose countries where English is used to teach such as, the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, … Continue reading

Posted in Barisan Nasional, Education, UMNO

Sex psychologist: Empowering women in the bedroom

Zoya Amirin believes that empowering women in patriarchal Indonesia may start from the bedroom. Dubbed as the country’s first certified female sex therapist, Zoya highlights the importance of women showing initiative in their sex lives as initial step to their … Continue reading

Posted in Education, Here and There, Sex

LDP: Rotate Sabah CM post among communities

By Michael Kaung SANDAKAN: The Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) women’s wing has called for the revival of the rotation system of the Sabah chief minister’s post after the coming general election. The system introduced in 1994 by former prime minister … Continue reading

Posted in Barisan Nasional, Sabah