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Column: Oceans Are Ours To Save

By Ravindran Raman Kutty

A write-up by Ravindran Raman Kutty, an avid writer, community worker, an award winning communications practitioner and a social activist, with a profound love for the environment, shares his views on saving the oceans.

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- I was privileged to moderate a session on oceans organized by World Youth Foundation funded by the British High Commission in Malaysia.


National Tree Can Instill Love For Forests Into Public: FRIM

By Erda Khursyiah Basir

JASIN (Bernama) -- Malaysia is known for its rich diversity of natural treasures, including forests brimming with trees like "cengal", "jati", "jelutong" and "meranti" that possess high commercial value.


Public Still Falling Prey To Get-Rich-Quick Scams

By Sakini Mohd Said

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- Rahman (not his real name) seemed to have it all - a good job in the private sector that paid him well, as well as a lovely family, house and savings.


Resolve PPR Garbage Dumping Issue Holistically: Sociologist

By Sakini Mohd Said

PETALING JAYA (Bernama) -- Lack of civic consciousness is not the sole culprit for the indiscriminate disposal of garbage by some low-cost flat dwellers.


The Horrific Return Of Racism. Or Was It Always There?

By Harun Yahya

Racism was supposed to be finished in Europe. Europe and the Western world were supposed to have learned from the horrific consequences of their past. According to the official narrative in the Western world, the acceptance of racism is not even a question. They are the foremost defenders of human rights and they would never tolerate racism. But the facts contradict them and the similarities between today's racists and their forefathers are nothing short of eerie.

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- The world is painfully aware that the racism is once again rearing its ugly head, especially after millions of Syrians were forced to become refugees and sought safety elsewhere. Europe always boasted of embracing everyone, regardless of their gender, faith or ethnicity. So when these new refugees turned to Europe for help and saw the cold face of rejection, they understood that reality significantly differed from the painted image.


Giving Malaysia A Second Chance

By Dennis Ignatius

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- There are no words to describe what has just happened. Nothing anyone can say or express can capture the emotions that millions of Malaysians feel today. Perhaps the tears that fill our eyes, that fill my eyes? might begin to reveal something of the intensity we all feel at this moment as we lift grateful hearts and hands to Almighty God.


Delhi Diary: India Faces Criticism For 'Deporting' Daughter Of Famous Poet Faiz

By Shakir Husain

Shakir Husain, Bernama's correspondent in New Delhi shares his take from the Indian sub-continent.

NEW DELHI (Bernama) -- Kuala Lumpur-based Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) organised its 15th Asia Media Summit in New Delhi to drive home the point that the continent is a "huge mine of stories and storytellers."