The prime minister says in two years’ time the people will realise that the direction of the Government is right.
Lawyers say law allows phone tapping, and it is not illegal to release alleged Najib tapes now.
Up to 22 people in Cyberjaya and Klang tested positive for Influenza A on Thursday.
Najib has claimed that it is not difficult for the authorities to determine who were the individuals in the controversial gay sex videos, implicating Azmin Ali.
US Forensic Analysis Report likely has positively identified Azmin in gay sex video scandal.
Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) fails to enlighten Malaysians, particularly academics and students, regarding its controversial exam paper on ethnic relations recently.
Malaysia Airlines has apologised for an Auckland-bound flight that experienced a “shuddering halt” twice prior to take off, leaving passengers unsettled.
The new year has seen the departure of two CEOs, one from Prasarana and another from Malaysia Airports Holdings.
According to Kadir, Mahathir would usually allow ministers to resign voluntarily, “and if they refuse, only then would they get fired”.
In the epilogue to her latest book, The Wolf Catcher, Clare Rewcastle Brown (of the Sarawak Report fame) made some rather interesting observations.