By Tunku Abidin Muhriz, The Sun, 17 September, 2010 Apart from formal observances that have long been established, such as the display of the alat kebesaran or royal regali [...]
By Tunku ’Abidin Muhriz, The Sun, 3 september, 2010 I had a chance encounter the other day. I had to go down to Singapore, to conclude a posting that I had the privilege t [...]
By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz Sir Robert Peel, Home Secretary of the United Kingdom, established London’s Metropolitan Police Service in 1829 according to certain principles, most importantly that “the police are the public and the [...]
By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz The Prime Minister must be very pleased with the response to his 88-paragraph keynote address on Tuesday.  In the age of Obama it’s difficult to portray oneself as a reformer without sounding slightly  [...]
By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz About a hundred metres from what was the main structure of Fort Lukut in the district of Port Dickson is a now-fenced-up well known as the “Perigi Beracun”, once filled with toxic liquid into which cri [...]
By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz Sitting days in Parliament since the last general election have consistently been exciting, and this week’s is no different, as the splendour of the Opening Ceremony quickly gave way to less thespian p [...]