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Different Class: The Marginalisation of Indians in Malaysia

The indentured labour system, which replaced slavery in British colonies, kept millions of Indians in servitude, misery, poverty and disease. Today, its legacy is not just a global Indian diaspora but, for Indians in Malaysia, ongoing misfortunes. Mangai Balasegaram investigates.

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The Covid infodemic: To err is human, to share is criminal?

In this fear-heightened landscape of Covid-19, our better-safe-than-sorry approach to sharing information could land us in hot soup with authorities.

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Chronicles of the Elusive Malaysian Haze Act

How a scrapped law could set us back in our battle against the haze.

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The Sabah Political Crisis: What it means for Pakatan, Perikatan – and Malaysia

The events of July 2020 plunged Sabah into a political crisis. Here’s how this imbroglio affects all of us.

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Covid-19: When a pandemic collides with xenophobia

In this special report, Between The Lines looks as the racialisation of Covid-19 and how the illness has brought out the worst in us.

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The ‘New Normal’: What it means for Malaysians – Part 2

In the second of this two-part series, we take a look at how the ‘new normal’ will affect our social interactions – how we eat, play and pray.

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