Now PM wants to meet Hindraf
KUALA LUMPUR - The prime minister has invited Indian community groups, including Hindraf, for a discussion with the government to find solutions to the community's long-standing problems. [VIDEO]
Prayer for Ambiga and Anwar’s family
SENTUL - Recently, temple priest from Sri Thandayathabani Temple in Sentul offered a special prayer for the safety of Ambiga Sreenevasan and Anwar Ibrahim's family. [VIDEO]
PM seek Vishwaz from Sikh community
KUALA LUMPUR - In his speech, the PM asked from the Sikh Community for Vishwas, the Punjabi word for trust as he said that it was vital for the development of the nation.
Nayati returned, parents thanked everyone
DAMANSARA PERDANA - To prove a point, Nayati walked back home from school to show that the whole episode did not put him off.
Parents of Nayati Moodliar appeals to the kidnappers
MONT KIARA - According to Nayati's parents, Janice Smith and Shamelin Moodliar, two men in a black Proton Gen 2 abducted him and drove away. (VIDEO INSIDE)
Is enough being done on electoral reform?
BANDAR UTAMA - The second in the series of "Spark the Debate" saw Ambiga Sreenevasan and Khairy Jamaluddin the face-off on electoral reform issues.
Should the local government officials be elected or appointed?
Citizen Journalist, R. Vijay Kumar asked a couple of traders at the Chow Kit Night Market their perspective for local government polls and also why the Kuala Lumpur City Hall mayor, councillors and advisors be elected by people of the …
Chow Kit night market traders distressed
The night market in this place, Pusat Penjaja Jalan Haji Taib, is popularly known as Pasar Malam Chow Kit and it opens at around 4 PM. The market is surrounded by permanent shops that open for business from early morning …
Winning at all cost
Story to follow. Video by: R. Vijay Kumar, Citizen Journalist.
Time for a Malaysian Air Transport Policy
William Leong, Selayang MP, comments on AirAsia and MAS Airlines collaboration. R. Vijay Kumar, Citizen Journalist
Woh Jab Yaad Aaye – A tribute to the legend Mohd Rafi
Woh Jab Yaad Aaye – A tribute to the legend Mohd RafiThe event is on 29th July 2011 at the PWTC, Kuala Lumpur at 7.00pm.
Batu Estate controversy: a timeline
The residents of Batu Estate will today attempt once more to get Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to postpone the eviction order it has served on them.
Kelantan : The other side of the story
Kelantan : The other side of the story Revisited. I did the the video previously in two parts. Now that YouTube allows me more video time, I have combine into one single video, and with the same title. ********************************************************************************* If …
TBH inquest: What’s an open verdict?
On January 5, 2011, after an 18 months period, the inquest into the death of Teoh Beng Hock’s death was concluded with the coroner Azmil Muntapha Abas returning an open verdict. The coroner also ruled out suicide or homicide as …
Gobind cabar AG dan PDRM
Gobind Singh Deo telah mencabar Peguam Negara dan Polis DiRaja Malaysia agar mereka puas dengan tahap siasatan kematian Teoh Beng Hock, seorang pembantu politik parti DAP. Gobind, yang juga seorang Ahli Parliamen DAP kawasan Puchong, adalah peguam yang mewakili keluarga …
A just RCI for Beng Hock’s death
On January 5, 2011, soon after coroner Azmil Muntapha returned an open verdict to the inquest of the death of Teoh Beng Hock, a group calling themselves an association of Selangor Pakatan Rakyat Elected Representative Officers (Selpro) called for a …
TBH verdict: Are you satisfied?
Gobind Singh Deo is challenging the Attorney-General’s chambers and the Royal Malaysian Police if they have been satisfied with the level of the investigation of the death of Teoh Beng Hock, a DAP political aide. Gobind, who is also the …
Two arrested in Black Democracy 2.0 march
The ‘Black Democracy 2.0′ march organised by PKR Youth outside Parliament today to protest the suspension of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim and three other parliamentarians, was halted by the police and two protestors were arrested. The detained were former PKR …
Brickfields’ traders: Only hope, but no confidence
The traders are now only hoping that they can see profit by setting up their baazars ahead of the Deepavali festival.
Brickfields’ Deepavali Bazaar Traders, Part 2: The Dispute
Pantai Lembah MP Nurul Izzah and Bukit Bintang MP Fong Kui Lun discuss with the relevant associations and the press about the disputes regarding the Deepavali traders’ baazar prices ahead of the Deepavali festival on Oct 5, 2010. Brickfields comes …
Brickfields’ Deepavali Bazaar Traders, Part 1: DBKL’s charade
There is a brewing dispute regarding the rental charges for traders who set up baazars ahead of Deepavali at Brickfields. Video by R.Vijay Kumar, Citizen Journalist
Brickfields’ Deepavali Bazaar Traders, Part 3: The Traders speak
The traders voice out their opinion regarding the ongoing rental dispute for the baazars in Brickfields. Video by R.Vijay Kumar, Citizen Journalist
Batu Estate Debacle: Report lodged on DBKL
The residents of the former Batu Estate have lodged a police report on Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and private developer, Mayland for possible corruption on the Batu Estate debacle. The report was lodged on October 6 at the Sentul …
Lobbying for a torture-free Malaysia
The Selangor State Government celebrated the Merdeka Day at I-City in Shah Alam on the eve of that day. The ‘Malaysians for Beng Hock’, a support group was also holding a silent protest in its campaign for a torture-free Malaysia. …