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Trust Me: UK Prime Minister Liz Truss Seeks Party Support For Economic Plans

Addressing Conservative lawmakers and members at an annual conference marred by internal squabbles and policy ambiguity, Truss sought to reassure her party, the public, and investors that her plan was the best way to restart growth.

Financial Losses Expected For Elon Musk’s Takeover Of Twitter

While Musk will contribute much of the RM203.74 billion by selling his stake in Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) and relying on equity financing from large investors, major banks have committed to contribute RM57.88 billion.

1MDB On Political Donation: Court Is Not Right, Proper Forum

The court, as evident from 1MDB charges, has degenerated into alleged "abuse of power", based on bits and pieces, on prerogative and discretionary powers of government and management!

Malaysian Films And The Quest For Quality

The box-office success of Mat Kilau is great, but is Malaysia all about producing racing and silat films? Veteran filmmaker and film history buff Anwardi Jamil weighs in his views on what it takes to bring our films to the global arena, without having to ruffle the Hollywood popcorn-fare feathers.

Five Reasons Why Pak Lah Is The People’s Gentleman

My first meeting with Tun Abdullah Badawi, or Pak Lah as he is fondly referred to, was during a press conference when he was...

My Ultimate Guide To The Prime Ministers: In The End, Who Got My Vote?

"I have no intention to write a memoir, although that seems to be the trend these days. I am not famous enough to generate...

2021 Unity Wish Lists That Will Get You Thinking

When we asked Malaysians what do they wish for in 2021, EVERYONE said they want the world to be rid of COVID-19. We want...

Reasons Why Tun Rahah Should Be An Icon For Unity

Her calm countenance and demeanour belies the 87 years of a life worth living. For many, they may assume that she has led an...

What Happened To Ziqri Two Years Ago? Trauma Lingers

Two years ago on this date, I lived a nightmare any parent would be afraid to have to go through. Let alone a parent...

Tasik Chini Vs Slim River

(FELDA Settlers At By-Elections) It is interesting that the last two by-elections in the country are held in areas where the Federal Land and Development...
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Trust Me: UK Prime Minister Liz Truss Seeks Party Support For Economic Plans

Addressing Conservative lawmakers and members at an annual conference marred by internal squabbles and policy ambiguity, Truss sought to reassure her party, the public, and investors that her plan was the best way to restart growth.

Financial Losses Expected For Elon Musk’s Takeover Of Twitter

While Musk will contribute much of the RM203.74 billion by selling his stake in Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) and relying on equity financing from large investors, major banks have committed to contribute RM57.88 billion.

1MDB On Political Donation: Court Is Not Right, Proper Forum

The court, as evident from 1MDB charges, has degenerated into alleged "abuse of power", based on bits and pieces, on prerogative and discretionary powers of government and management!

Malaysian Films And The Quest For Quality

The box-office success of Mat Kilau is great, but is Malaysia all about producing racing and silat films? Veteran filmmaker and film history buff Anwardi Jamil weighs in his views on what it takes to bring our films to the global arena, without having to ruffle the Hollywood popcorn-fare feathers.

Brazil Girds For Tight Runoff Vote After Lula’s Victory In Election

Lula, a two-term former president who was imprisoned on false corruption convictions that were later overturned, received the most votes in Sunday's presidential election and remains the favourite to win the race later this month, according to many analysts.