Reserved, by, for and with the Malaysian perspective

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Monday to Friday, business paper The Malaysian Reserve would carry the Malaysian perspective and deeper analysis particularly on business, corporate, economics, political, geo-political and international stories.

It is published with the association and collaboration of The International New York Times.

Datuk Ahirudin “Rocky” Attan, former Editor of Business Times, Executive Editor of The Malay Mail and Adviser of online blog-aggregator The Mole is now back in broadsheets as the Adviser to The Malaysian Reserve.

So are the new directors.

Across town, another media organisation is fortifying themselves with new acquisitions. The Edge Media Group, controlled by Tong Kooi Ong who is believed to be a staunch Anwarista, recently acquired The Malaysian Insider. The Edge also increased their interest in Business FM (BFM 89.9) radio.

Obviously, the philosophy and strategic intent of The Edge Media Group is inline with Anwar Ibrahim’s and his band of bandits’ strategic agenda to ascend into power with their ‘politics of hatred’ strategy and continuous falsehood and manipulation.

The manipulation of facts and stories almost like how PKR Leaders spew their usual lies and slander.

On that note, it is believed that MB Selangor Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim is taking The Edge Media Group to court, for slandering his good name in the ongoing power struggle within PKR.

*Updated 400pm

Published in: on August 8, 2014 at 09:40  Comments (1)  

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  1. Good to read that Khalid is taking the whatever (refuse to remember the name) to court. Hope he wins and they lose their underwear.

    Far too much of nonsense the so-called news portals like Malaysian Insider, Malaysia Kini and Malaysia Chronicle been publishing. Caustic comments and views, too.

    Don’t let them go if they want to apologize like ex-MAS boss Tajuddin Ramli did to Malaysian Insider Editor Jahabar Sadiq last time. Sue them to bankruptcy. Only that sort of things will teach them a lesson.


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