Family members and representatives of murder victims are vehemently against any move to abolish the mandatory death penalty for heinous crimes, including premeditated killings.
G25's 281-page “Administration of Matters in Islam” report.
Beng Hock’s son is already 10 years old and starting to ask about his father.
Lawyers say law allows phone tapping, and it is not illegal to release alleged Najib tapes now.
After a question in a Universiti Malaysia Perlis examination paper praised Zakir Naik, an MP today said there were other controversial questions in the test.
The police should not have resorted to obtaining a court order to stop Dong Zong’s congress,
Suhakam says Dong Zong should have been allowed to hold conference.
In the 19 months since PH’s GE14 win, Sevan had been summoned for police questioning more than during the BN administration.
DAP will seek to defend the continued existence of vernacular schools.
Ambiga wants to know the reason why some Pakatan MPs are apparently objecting to the IPCMC.
Akmal Nasir exposed a troubling WhatsApp message to delegates at the party's national congress over the weekend in Malacca.