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Harper wants to 'examine' ban on niqab in public service

A re-elected Conservative government would “examine” whether to prohibit public servants from wearing the face-covering garment known as the niqab, leader Stephen Harper said Tuesday. 643 more words


It seems Tun Ling Liong Sik has the upper hand



In the previous article we have read how President Barack Obama sounded so happy in his statement about the TPPA. 856 more words

Umno & Barisan Nasional

Confirmed — US Authorities Have Investigated 1MDB Since March

Following media reports in the United States, Sarawak Report can confirm that this news site handed over extensive data about 1MDB to a joint US investigation team back in March. 339 more words


Talvar: The Sword of Crime Perspectives

Movie Review : Talvar

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Mark Twain is once known to have quoted “Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t.” 707 more words


Overseas graft probes pose new challenge for Najib

Mounting investigations by US and other foreign authorities are undermining Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s attempts to quash corruption allegations, and analysts said they could further hasten his descent into an international pariah, even if criminal charges are dodged. 362 more words


Pua: IPIC worse than loan sharks in 1MDB deal

Such a transaction must be investigated thoroughly by all relevant authorities to uncover the culprits behind the scene.

KUALA LUMPUR: The failure of Deloitte Malaysia to conduct its audit of 1MDB in a professional manner has not only resulted in severely understated losses, said Petaling Jaya Utara MP Tony Pua. 437 more words


More double standards

Thai PBS reported some time ago, and we missed it until a reader alerted us, that People’s Alliance for Democracy boss Sondhi Limthongkul was convicted of “defaming the Shinawatra and Damapong families over tax avoidances in share purchases in 2006.” 57 more words