Anwar rejects exile


Najib Abdul Razak and Umno Baru were denied an early Deepavali present when opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim dismissed all talk of going into exile, in London. 820 more words

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Nancy Shukri must face up to her responsibility in Bible-burning issue


Lim today hit out at Nancy Shukri for evading responsibility in the Ibrahim Ali Bible-burning controversy.

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Nancy Shukri cannot run and hide from her responsibility over the Datuk Ibrahim Ali Bible-burning controversy, DAP said.Secretary-general Lim Guan Eng took the embattled de facto law minister to task today for saying she had only read out the decision of the police and Attorney-General in her parliamentary reply on why Ibrahim was not charged with sedition. 333 more words

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MACC: Set up Police Integrity Commission


The police should revisit their own suggestion to set up an Independent Police Integrity Commission (IPIC), the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) Consultation and Corruption Prevention Panel (CCPP) says. 365 more words

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Religious conversion rears its ugly head again

Mariam Mokhtar

When Muslim clerics claim that Muslims are being converted in churches throughout Selangor and Perak, all hell breaks loose. When Muslims are accused of converting people of other faiths against their will, nothing happens. 836 more words

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Sarawak Pakatan's future depends on PAS

Joseph Tawie

The future of Sarawak Pakatan Rakyat which comprises DAP, PKR and PAS, will be known in June next year when PAS Malaysia will be having its convention, said Sarawak DAP chief Chong Chieng Jen. 371 more words

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Dyslexic schoolboy sues exams syndicate, Putrajaya over UPSR leaks


The UPSR leaks resulted in some 480,000 pupils having to resit four of the examination papers.

In an unprecedented case, a 13-year-old boy with dyslexia is suing the Malaysian Examinations Syndicate and Putrajaya for negligence in the handling of the UPSR examination papers which had leaked last month, resulting in some 480,000 Year Six pupils having to resit four of the papers. 760 more words

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Sodomy case can't go on while Shafee probed


The revelation of an on-going criminal investigation on lead prosecutor in the Anwar sodomy trial, Shafee Abdullah has cast serious doubt not only on the impending hearing of Anwar Ibrahim’s appeal against his sodomy conviction at the Federal Court on Oct 28, but also on the legal validity of Anwar’s earlier conviction by the Court of Appeal on Mar 7. 451 more words

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