Getting the sack for posting insulting comments on Agong.
Pahang ruler Sultan Ahmad Shah, 88, is next in line to become the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, but the state monarch is ill.
A deal allegedly inked in just one day, about a month before the general election last year.
Lim Guan Eng has revealed that the BN government had closed its financial accounts more than a month earlier over the past few years, when it was still in power, to avoid the government funds from running dry.
The man who insulted Sultan Muhammad V in a Facebook posting is no longer with Cisco System, said the firm in a Facebook posting today.
Guan Eng says Putrajaya will pursue WSJ claim of China offering to scuttle 1MDB probe in return for lucrative Belt and Road contracts, and scrutinise China deals for 1MDB kickbacks.
Wan Saiful asserted today that he was instructed to withdraw a police report alleging forgery of claims documents involving thousands of ringgit at the office of PPBM's Perlis chapter.
The Sessions Court today allowed an application by Musa Aman to release his impounded international passport from Jan 15 to Feb 10 to enable him to seek medical treatment overseas.
MRB has taken EPF to task after EPF said it had done nothing wrong in its purchase of thousands of acres of land which caused MRB losses of RM800 million.
If not for the intense rumours and speculation on social media since the reported wedding of Sultan Muhammad V to a former Russian beauty queen last November, his resignation yesterday would have come as a shock to Malaysians.