What the Bersih 2.0 Considers a ‘Waste of Time’ Can Save Malaysians from Losing a Sincere PM

A lot of questions were recently raised against the motives of Bersih 2.0, an NGO that strangely targeted the Malaysian government every now and again. It is believed that there is no organization as pious as a Nongovernmental Organization (NGO). Unfortunately, the rate at which the world is progressing has affected this divine organization too.… Read More

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The Dark Side Of The NGOs: Great Deeds And Big Scandals

Who could have imagined that in the twenty-first century, in a new millennium, humanity would be confronted with even greater global challenges and problems affecting the interests of each and every one of us. Poverty, diseases, violence, religious intolerance, threats of environmental disasters – this is the reality we are facing today. Addressing these problems… Read More

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The trade union fat cats who are strangling our country

Top union leaders are better paid than their counterparts in the private sector – and they do it by holding the nation to ransom, says Matthew Sinclair. Old-fashioned socialist firebrand trade-union representatives must be a little disappointed. Trade union leaders are supposed to be scourges of the rich, ensuring the money is taken for the… Read More

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Foreign State Sponsored Hackers ? Greenpeace India FCRA licence renewed online by Hackers

The Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) licences of three NGOs, whose licences were cancelled, were renewed online recently The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) suspects their computers have been hacked after the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) licences of three NGOs, whose licences were canceled, were renewed online recently. The Ministry has asked Computer Emergency… Read More

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Bahrain slams Amnesty International for ‘inaccurate’ report

Following Amnesty International’s report on Bahrain published last Monday, the Bahraini Foreign Ministry slammed the international human rights organisation, accusing them of publishing inconsistencies in their report. The report, which was conducted by interviewing over 90 alleged victims of human rights abuses, along with their family members and lawyers, was published in order to give… Read More

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