Suhakam Reaffirms Stand on Apex Court’s Unilateral Conversion Decision

The Federal Court’s decision concerning the unilateral conversion of minors is the “common sense” interpretation of the law.

Calls for Anti-Racial Discrimination Law

The government should draw up the Anti-Racial Discrimination Act as an important step in efforts to strengthen unity in the country.

Unilateral Conversion: Selangor MB Told to Explain Reason for Promoting Amendment

Selangor Mentri Besar Amirudin Shari must explain why he wants to promote a proposed amendment to allow the unilateral conversion of minors in the state.

Christian Leader: Why Allow Khat but Not ‘Allah’?

A Christian leader on the court’s recent decision to postpone for the sixth time its ruling on whether Christians in East Malaysia can use ‘Allah’ in religious publications.

Bersih, Abim Want Tun M to Quit as Promised

Bersih and Abim call for Dr Mahathir to hand over the reins to Anwar soon, as pledged in the PH manifesto before the May 9, 2018 general elections.

Lawyer Tells Singapore Not to Hang Mentally Disabled Person

Singapore was today urged not to go ahead with the execution of Nagaenthran Dharmalingam, a Malaysian convicted of drug trafficking, as it was proven that he is mentally disabled.

Temiars Arrested Again Despite Minister’s Plea

The Temiar community in Kampung Sungai Papan, Gerik has been hit by fresh arrests by the police despite a plea by Waythamoorthy.

Grab: Expect Fewer Drivers, Higher Fares

Grab warned today that new e-hailing regulations may result in fewer active driver-partners and cause fares to go up.

Execution Binge in Singapore – Four Malaysian Convicts Facing the Noose

The large and sudden number of clemency rejections in Singapore described as “unprecedented and shocking”.

Human Rights Advocates Condemn Wan Ji’s Prison Sentence for Sedition

Ambiga Sreenevasan has lent her voice to the chorus of criticism over the High Court for enhancing the prison sentence for Wan Ji under the Sedition Act.

Why Rafidah Aziz Should Be Appointed Higher Education Minister

Mahathir should appoint Rafidah Aziz as the first woman Higher Education Minister, if not the Education Minister. After history was made with the swearing in...

At Solidarity Gathering for Wan Ji, Activists Urge Pakatan to Abolish...

Several social activists and civil liberty advocacy groups today expressed disappointment at the Pakatan Harapan administration for not fulfilling its pledge to abolish the Sedition Act 1948.

Hindu Groups Ask A-G: Why No Charge Against Preacher Zamri Vinoth?

Hindu groups are growing frustrated with the inaction of the AGC in charging controversial Muslim preacher Zamri Vinoth.

Deputy IGP Warns Badar Squad Planning to Nab Amorous Muslim Couples

Kedah group Badar Squad told to toe the line of the law and stay away from vigilante activities.

Anthony Loke Dodges Question on TMJ and RZ Number Plates

Transport Minister Anthony Loke refused today to confirm or deny if the ‘TMJ’ and ‘RZ’ registration plates used by two Johor royals are registered with the RTD.

BN Takes Commanding Lead in Tg Piai

At 7.30pm, Wee Jeck Seng leading by more than 10,000 votes.

Anwar Has Had Enough of PKR Leaders Skipping Meets

It will be up to the PKR leadership council to recommend actions against leaders who skip party meetings, said Anwar Ibrahim.

LRT to Mid Valley with Opening of Long-Awaited Pedestrian Bridge

A pedestrian bridge connecting the former Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum and Mid Valley City was officially opened to the public on Thursday.

Tian Chua Condemns Egging of Batu MP Praba’s Car

PKR vice-president Chua Tian Chang has condemned the egging of a car belonging to Batu MP P Prabakaran and urged the young PKR lawmaker...

Papagomo Accused of Fuelling Racist Sentiments

A police report has been lodged in Penang against Papagomo for racist remarks made during the Tanjung Piai by-election campaign.

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