Prabu N Pathmanathan, a 31-year-old Malaysian national is slated to be executed this Friday (26 October 2018) Changi Prison Complex.
Prabu was first arrested for drug trafficking on 31 December 2014 and sentenced to the death penalty. His family was informed of Prabu’s execution date only on 20 October 2018.
While the newly elected Pakatan Harapan Government prepares to abolish the death penalty and ramps up its efforts to save the lives of Malaysians who are on death row abroad, their counterparts across the causeway seem to be hellbent on what can only be described as an unprecedented and vicious rampage.
Businessman Shihan Mohd Salim, who owns Anak Mami The Restaurant 3, charged RM3.20 (S$1.06) for a cup of Milo Ais,
I think the project makes sense for Singapore; I’m much less sure that it does for Malaysia
Malaysia’s new government has been in power for barely a month. But in that short time, they have introduced a plethora of reforms to Malaysia’s political system.
“I didn’t realise that Singaporeans voted for merger with Malaysia in 1963 simply because all three choices available in the … More
The PAP IBs are in effect, an extension of the party and the unofficial mouthpiece for the government. If you ever wanted to know how the PAP Government truly feels about Malaysia’s new Government and its leader Dr Mahathir, look no further than the PAP IB sites on social media.
This post has been circulating around local forums. 1. Next time when you partying with your new friends, don’t forget … More
Ultimately, when Malaysia prospers, so will Singapore. The least we can do as Singaporeans is to give the new opposition government a chance to lead.