Mr Porn-Star, please show some sensitivity the magician is back, with fewer tricks

A Delhi-based journalist talks, tongue-in-cheek, of starting a magazine on street fashion. In a recent Sunday Times of India column MJ Akbar spoke about the ‘young Hindu woman’: “There is change wherever the eye falls, in whatever the senses pick up: dress, public icons, sexual mores.” Hindu or not, yes, the way young women dress … Continue reading

UMNO-BN intricate designs are compelling the sacrifice of pawns

  A nation that cannot uphold its law cannot preserve its order. When Anderson was smuggled out to safety, the authority of state abandoned the responsibility of state. Excuses, evasions and lies have shifted over 26 years; this central truth has not.It is odd that the government should have chosen law and order as its … Continue reading

Mahathir politics is all about posturing

Power is the glue of politics. That is why a government is expected to be in array and opposition generally in disarray. Ideology is a fickle custodian of unity in an age of convenience. Its absence has eliminated the difference between single-party rule and coalition government. Both are held together by individual or sectarian self-interest, … Continue reading

Najib: ‘ Is the word corruption beginning to get to your nerves’? Don’t let it we are the specialists

Najib Abdul Razak said today the young generation should evaluate the achievements of the government from all aspects and not based on political perception and rhetoric. Accepting reality doesn’t mean you condone what’s wrong. That’s when you stop being judgmental and begin to better your lot Years ago, I read a sentence in a book … Continue reading

Nor Mohamad Yaakob, the man who blew away lots of our money now corrupting Tasek Gelugor with laptops

“Nor Mohamed said that the RM3 million allocation announced for each district by the Prime Minister at the UMNO General Assembly was already available. He said Members of Parliament and heads of Barisan Nasional branches could identify appropriate projects to be carried out in their constituency as the federal government might sometimes be unaware of … Continue reading

First Of Its Kind’ Technology Hub Govt’s straight-faced lie New grid of governance

It’s no secret that San Francisco hearts Obama.   The president breezed through town on Thursday for a series of fundraising events, including a sold-out concert featuring Chris Cornell at the Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium and a $38,500-a-plate dinner at a private home. Despite the inevitable gaggle of protesters, the city embraced its guy with open arms … Continue reading

With Mahathir, Nor Mohamed Yakcop gamble away Malaysia’s foreign reserves

 related article Smiles were flowing freely at the GTDB party. Global Trust Deficit Bank, the world’s fastest growing bank, had decided to celebrate its India success by inviting high-profile guests to its no-holds-barred bash in the national capital. The usual suspects–politicians, bureaucrats, socialites, business tycoons, film stars and cricketers–were in attendance, but the real star of the … Continue reading

Decoding Najib’s brain to restores the honour of the nation

As others have noted, conservatives who’d like bash the president on the economy are having an awfully hard time right now, as the recovery proceeds apace. Too slowly apace, for sure, but no objective observer can miss that the trend is our friend and that even the job market, while still far too weak and … Continue reading

Najib to sharizat if I help you will drag me and drown me

Najib to sharizat if I help you will  drag me and drown me In doing research  , I realized that there’s one basic con played on the public across all industries. It is what I call The Very Bad Deal, in which you are offered something that looks quite appealing but are never told about … Continue reading

Why Sharizat the Dangerous Financial Criminals Roam Free?

We all have deficiencies wrapped up our in our bios. The true entrepreneur figures out how to correct those perceived gaps. Great ideas don’t need perfectly crafted resumes, they just need perfectly passionate individuals willing to look beyond initial roadblocks. New Media’s “Marketplace” had a focused on why it has taken so long to bring criminal … Continue reading