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The times they're a changing.

These are trying times. Yet they are also interesting times. Interesting, because to borrow an English phrase, the game’s afoot.

And whats more interesting, nobody actually knows what the game is but from the look of it, we shall know pretty soon as it slowly makes its way out to the open. 1,514 more words

Personal

the sleeping beauty ... dont sleep lah pak lah(originally published on November 2008)

BEFORE I START, I WANT TO SAY THAT , I WANTED TO POST THING ONE UP LAST WEEK BUT I SAW KENNYSIA.com COINCIDENTALLY (cilaka right) DID IT ALREADY . 665 more words

Mixed use development in Pasir Gudang to create 12,000 jobs

Green development will be the first township in Johor to offer high-speed broadband, affordable housing and with an estimated GDV of RM178 million

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Iskandar Malaysia

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Aware of Being in NSA Spy list

Former Malaysian prime minister Tun Abdullah badawi said he was not worried about the reports or claims that he was top of the United States National Security Agency’s (NSA) watchlist of world leaders. 241 more words

World

Abdullah Badawi - The Forgettable Prime Minister

I have gone through Mahathir’s prime ministership and have seen the massive development of infrastructures that he planned and executed. Whenever I am at KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport), I think of Mahathir, whenever at Petronas KLCC, I think of Mahathir and I thank Mahathir whenever I am travelling on the North-South Highway. 1,110 more words

Musings

Let’s not go back to the late Abdullah era


By Ooi Kee Beng

Editorial in Penang Monthly June 2013

One important effect of the March 8, 2008 elections was that it forced the BN government in Putrajaya into crisis management. 469 more words

Articles

Salahuddin dan Husam Jadi Tikus Makmal PAS

PANDANGAN lebih nakal melihat pencalonan itu seperti tindakan membunuh karier politik kedua-dua mereka.  Realitinya di Pulai, penyandangnya Datuk Nurjazlan Mohamed menang selesa dengan majoriti  besar 34,926 manakala di Putrajaya penyandangnya Datuk Tengku Adnan memperolehi lebih tiga perempat undi…

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