Monthly Archives: February 2013

Debate Anwar on manifesto, Najib dared

By G Vinod Pakatan Rakyat leaders also challenged other Barisan Nasional leaders to debate them instead of throwing accusations that their policy will bankrupt the nation. PETALING JAYA: Pakatan Rakyat has challenged Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak to debate with … Continue reading

Posted in Anwar Ibrahim, Najib Abdul Razak

SAPP: Sabah RCI must call Dr M, Anwar before GE13

Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) Youth has raised concern that key figures implicated in ‘Project IC’ will not be made to testify ahead of the upcoming general election, before the royal commission of inquiry (RCI) on immigrants in Sabah. In a … Continue reading

Posted in Anwar Ibrahim, Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Sabah

Expect BN to win between 123 and 135 seats

By Michael Yeoh Oon Kheng COMMENT The upcoming 13th general election will be a much-anticipated, most exciting and nail-biting election in the country’s history. Speculation on the election date has gone on for almost one year. The options for the … Continue reading

Posted in 13th General Election

Vell Paari stands by resolve, Palanivel seeks Cabinet’s wisdom

By Clara Chooi Vell Paari said he was ready to be sacked for pushing the MIC to seek rebukes against Tee and Ibrahim. — File pic KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 27 ― MIC’s S. Vell Paari is sticking to his resolve … Continue reading

Posted in Barisan Nasional

‘Reveal the 1976 Sabah air crash report’

By Queville To After 37 years, the report on the air crash which took the lives of the chief minister and 10 others is still kept under wraps. KOTA KINABALU: After 37 years, the investigative paper on the air crash … Continue reading

Posted in Sabah, Special Interest | 1 Comment

Harrison Ngau detained at Kuching airport

Lawyer Harrison Ngau, who is also a PKR local leader, is detained for 30 minutes at the Kuching airport.. KUCHING: Lawyer Harrison Ngau, who is considered a “threat” to Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud and his government for the past … Continue reading

Posted in PKR Updates, Police, Sarawak

Priests and politics

By KJ John Politics is the application or the use of different processes for seeking or establishing a legal basis of distributing or deploying power and authority towards the governance of a nation. But, that is also what I call … Continue reading

Posted in Religion