Latest Malaysian Hindus Stories

2008-10-06 00:00:24

By Subhadra Devan THESE guys live dangerously. They poke fun at the Government and politicians, charging ticket prices that Malaysians normally pay to watch some foreign - and some local - musicals. If that's not bad enough, Allan Perera and Indi Nadarajah also make fun of Malaysian habits and characteristics, class and race. But are they funny enough to make us laugh at the foibles of our ultrasonic speed lives today? Oh yes. I caught their recent show, We Don't Swear, at Actors Studio...

2008-07-07 00:00:18

By A. Kathirasen IN the book Power Builds The Nation, writer Muzaffar Tate says: "If Ramanath had had his way, Malaysia today would already possess its first nuclear power station, sited most probably at Lumut or Port Klang." Tate was referring to A. Ramanath, then chief engineer (generation) and deputy general manager (planning and construction division) of the National Electricity Board, the forerunner of Tenaga Nasional Berhad. The book was published in 1991. Saying oil prices would...

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