A shariah lawyer has taken former PPBM women’s chief Anina Saadudin to task for her criticism of a billboard in Sabah showing a Good Friday greeting for Christians.
The Home Ministry's response to accusations of backtracking on reforms is flimsy.
The government would look into the quota system for the Education Ministry's matriculation programme.
Tenaganita has decried the public prosecutor’s decision to drop a murder case against an employer who allegedly abused her Indonesian maid.
Suhakam wanted to provoke reactions from the public and the establishment by making public its report on two missing activists.
MCA Youth demands retraction of Umno assemblyman's "foreigner" label for students of Chinese and Tamil vernacular schools.
The Malaysian Bar has called on the government to withdraw its tabled amendments to the NSC Act 2016 and then move to abolish the controversial law.
According to Nik Abduh, while Islam forbids lying, there were exceptions to the rule.
Prior to GE14, PH had pledged to repeal the NSC Act.
Opponents of Rome Statute trying to pit the Malay rulers against the government.
Plans to introduce strict new Islamic laws in Brunei.
The Indira Gandhi Action Team has sought the help of Dr Mahathir to locate Prasana.
Hadi wants to “send the enemy to hell”, believed to be alluding to DAP leaders.
The government cannot make the CEP´s report public as some matters are still being negotiated.
Khairy Jamaluddin in hot water after calling Deputy Speaker Nga Kor Ming "Taliban".