Selangor Times
Monday
26·06·2017
Issue 118

 

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INSIGHT

Sorry state of statelessness

To date the number of stateless Indians in Malaysia is still unknown, as for some, the figures soar as high as 300,000 while for others, it is estimated to be below 12,000.

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Perception Manipulation and Deception?

Dissecting the ETP Annual Report: - Part 7   Perception trumps reality at Pemandu. This very powerful government agency values perception and spin above genuine transformation. 

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Recommendations for Pemandu

Recommendation #1: Be clear about targets, data and methodology.  Pemandu now has 3 different targets for national income by 2020. Please be clear, so we can all work towards the same ultimate target. Also, Pemandu should declare now its GNI, investment and job creation targets for 2012 and 2013. This is to prevent a repeat of the discrepancies surrounding 2011, when its `targets’ were declared only after the actual numbers were out.

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Question of safety

On May 27, Internet marketeer Chin Xin-Ci, 25, was almost abducted by two men at the carpark of The Curve, Mutiara Damansara, at 5.22pm. She published her harrowing experience on social networking site Facebook, where it was shared 51,332 times. 

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Where are the high-income jobs?

On the surface, the RM571,000 CIPE of the ETP projects last year is above the average RM554,000 achieved by the Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA) in the last five years of business-as-usual (BAU). 

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Jobs lost after ‘recalibration’

Pemandu glossed over the numbers when it ‘recalibrated’ the investments, GNI contributions and job creation numbers of the various entry point projects (EPPs). But the changes are enormous. RM107.7 billion of GNI and 75,000 jobs equivalent to 45% and 20% of the respective original forecasts were written off.

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Inspiration in suffering

Faced with the horrors of war, Swami Satyananda was inspired to look beyond the differences which separated people and made humanity inflict violence upon each other.

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Actual vs committed

Dissecting the ETP Annual Report: - Part 3 For those who came in late the story so far in our dissection of the 2011 Annual Report  of the Economic Transformation Program (ETP):

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How effective was 6P?

A ccording to the Population and Housing Census Malaysia 2010, there are currently more than two million non-citizens in Malaysia, with approximately half of them being labourers, legal or otherwise.

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Is RM900 Enough?

Some 192 United Nations (UN) member states have an official minimum wage, set at different amounts which reflect the cost of living in their respective countries.

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Minimum wage and its pitfalls

COULD minimum wage, ironically, lead to a fall in income levels?

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Whither the amendments?

The Dewan Rakyat passed and amended several legislations in April including the Security Offences (Special Measures) Bill, Election Offences Act, Printing Presses and Publications Act and the Universities and University Colleges Act.

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SOSMA: Sizing up the new security bill

THE Internal Security Act (ISA), which allows for detention without trial, will be repealed once its replacement, the Security Offences (Special Measures) Bill (SOSMA), is gazetted as law.

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PPPA: More press freedom?

PRIME Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak fulfilled his promise made on Sept 16 to abolish the need for newspapers to renew their licence annually by amending the Printing Presses and Publications Act (PPPA) last month.

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UUCA revised: Students free to join political parties

THE Dewan Rakyat finally amended the Universities and University Colleges Act (UUCA) on April 19, six months after a landmark Court of Appeal ruling that declared it was unconstitutional to prohibit university students from supporting or opposing political parties.

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