Datin Hasnah is the co-founder and CEO of New Malaysia Herald based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
With an extensive background in mass communication and journalism, she works on building up New Malaysia Herald and it's partner sites. A tireless and passionate evangalist, she champions autism studies and support groups.
Datin Hasnah is also the Editor in Chief of New Malaysia Herald.
Three offsprings of former Prime Minister Najib Razak talked about his various court cases, his days in prison and what are their wishes for him now, in a packed #DemiNajib gathering in the city capital Saturday night
Participants at the peaceful Pulangkan Najib rally were all in one mind: Najib should never have been jailed as he was denied justice and his contributions to the nation benefitted all strata of society, particularly the youths in the universities
Thousands of youths and Najib Razak supporters of various ages and from all over the country gathered at the Wilayah Persekutuan Mosque this afternoon to urge the King to consider releasing former PM Najib Razak from imprisonment as they felt that he has not been given a fair trial
Two days ago, we published an article highlighting the imbroglio between Malaysia Airlines and in-flight and airport lounge service providers. That took us on a journey of revelations and discoveries. We feel compelled to publish further findings which may, or may not, have a bearing on our 'national security'
Malaysia Airlines, once a symbol of excellence in the airline industry, faced a significant setback when it encountered an in-flight catering debacle that garnered global attention. But it is not just about poor handling of crisis communication, there seems to be a sinister plot to oust genuine bumiputra service providers with proven track records and can offer rates more competitive than other players with questionable corporate backgrounds