Monthly Archives: April 2013

Ink used on voter’s index finger is NOT indelible

By Koh Jun Lin Barely hours after ‘indelible’ ink was used for the first time in Malaysia, complaints have emerged that the ink is in fact removable. This is contrary to the Election Commission’s (EC) assurance that traces of the … Continue reading

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Who will be Prime Minister?

Story by P. Gunasegaram guna@kinibiz.com In the first of our series on who will be prime minister we take a look at the odds for each candidate among Najib Abdul Razak, Anwar Ibrahim, Muhyiddin Yassin and Abdul Hadi Awang. The … Continue reading

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Ex-Umno man defends DAP against May 13 charge

By Kuek Ser Kuang Keng JOHOR Ex-Umno strongman Mohd Tamrin Abdul Ghafar has become an unexpected ally in Pakatan Rakyat’s bid to counter the claim that DAP parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang was behind the May 13 riots in 1969. … Continue reading

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Wounded land rights defender makes ‘Ubah’ call

By Keruah Usit ANTIDOTE“This is my message. We must all change, open our eyes now. Think about it. All of us have suffered. Our land, our world has been taken away, not just in Melikin, but everywhere, in Sibu, Kapit, … Continue reading

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Shadows of the past stalk GE13 campaign

By Bridget Welsh GE13 SPECIAL Less than one week before Malaysians cast their vote in what is arguably the most competitive election in history, the campaign has taken a worrying turn. In what has been part of a no-holds-barred strategy, … Continue reading

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BN supporters molested us at Najib event, claim students

Kuek Ser Kuang Keng & Lee Way Loon Two 19-year-old students of Southern University College have claimed that they were sexually molested by several BN supporters during caretaker Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s function at their university yesterday. Declining to … Continue reading

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Private eye Bala’s wife Selvi breaks silence

VIDEOS l Part 1 l Part 2 By Koh Jun Lin INTERVIEW Almost five years after fleeing the country, the widow of the private eye P Balasubramaniam, A Santamil Selvi, has given her first interview to the media. She was … Continue reading

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Overseas M’sians cast postal votes, marking polls history

By Kean Wong and William de Cruz Malaysians the world over made electoral history yesterday as a huge swathe took part for the first time ever as overseas voters in the 13th general election, coinciding with the first anniversary of … Continue reading

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Malaysian Chinese may abandon Najib

From the Bangkok Post KUALA LUMPUR – Malaysian businessman Stanley Thai says he’s joining thousands of fellow ethnic Chinese citizens in abandoning support for Prime Minister Najib Razak and voting for the opposition for the first time in elections next … Continue reading

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Prize catch or stinking fish?

By Mariam Mokhtar Only an experienced and shrewd politician, like the odious former Umno vice-president Muhammad Muhammad Taib aka Mat Taib, can change his colours like a chameleon. When Mat Taib joined PAS last week, he was not showing contrition, … Continue reading

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