Cultural Festivals Should Be Celebrated by All Malaysians

The Cabinet has decided that cultural celebrations should be participated and celebrated by all Malaysians.

Muslim-Convert Mum Loses Custody Battle in Federal Court

The Federal Court today denied a Muslim-convert mother’s bid to overturn the Court of Appeal’s order to grant full custody of her two children to her Buddhist ex-husband.

Kin of Murder Victims: No to Abolishing Death Penalty

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 Report: Administration of Matters in Islam in Malaysia

G25's 281-page “Administration of Matters in Islam” report.

Families of Raymond Koh, Beng Hock, Bill Kayong Question PH’s “Political...

Beng Hock’s son is already 10 years old and starting to ask about his father.

Phone Recording, Release of Audio Clips – Debate Rages On

Lawyers say law allows phone tapping, and it is not illegal to release alleged Najib tapes now.

UniMAP Test Paper Contains Other Controversial Questions

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.

Bar: Cops Should Not Have Used Court Order to Stop Dong...

The police should not have resorted to obtaining a court order to stop Dong Zong’s congress,

Cops Gave in to “Inciters of Violence”, Suhakam Says on Aborted...

Suhakam says Dong Zong should have been allowed to hold conference.

MCA: Don’t Chinese Have a Right to Assemble?

Freedom of assembly not respected in cops' action of obtaining court order to stop Jawi congress.

FB Posting on Alleged Sensitive Issues

PKR has lodged a police report over a Facebook posting which it claimed touched on sensitive issues which could affect public peace and harmony.

Suhakam: Horrendous Lock-Up Conditions

The lock-up condition at the Semporna district police headquarters is horrendous with faeces scattered all over the place, reveals the Human Rights Commission (Suhakam). Its...

Dewan Negara Passes Repeal of Anti-Fake News Act

The Dewan Negara passed the repeal of the Anti-Fake News Act 2018 (Act 803) after the Bill was tabled for second reading yesterday.

Suaram Activist Puzzled over Bukit Aman’s “Leading Questions’ on Zakir Naik

In the 19 months since PH’s GE14 win, Sevan had been summoned for police questioning more than during the BN administration.

DAP Will Defend Vernacular Schools’ Existence, to Push Cabinet for AG’s...

DAP will seek to defend the continued existence of vernacular schools.

Minister Criticises Tourist Spots for Banning Tourists from Visiting

Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi has lambasted popular tourist sites that have closed their doors to tourists, in light of the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Accused in Tahfiz Fire Tragedy Ordered to Enter Defence on Murder Charge

One of the accused charged with murder over the death of 23 people in a fire at Pusat Tahfiz Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah cried uncontrollably after he was ordered to enter his defence.

IGP Assures Indira Gandhi of “Happy Ending”

Police have assured former kindergarten teacher M Indira Gandhi of a “happy ending” in her quest to be reunited with her daughter whom she has not seen for more than a decade.

Actor Zed Zaidi Slammed for Spreading Fake News About Coronavirus

Malaysian actor Zed Zaidi is facing backlash online for spreading fake news and stoking panic about the coronavirus (2019-nCoV) situation in Malaysia.

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