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| May 13, 2013
INTERVIEW
MP Kasthurirani Patto

Her victory in Batu Kawan was nothing less than convincing. More ››

| December 4, 2012
teressa kok

DAP MP Teresa Kok says the party's CEC should take into consideration the party's strategy in the coming... More ››

| November 30, 2012
Wong Onn King_journalist

Magistrate Nurulain Abdul Rahim says the prosecution has failed to 'fulfill all elements' needed to order the policemen to... More ››

| November 26, 2012
Senator Ramakrishnan

Speculation is rife that Senator S Ramakrishnan may take on MCA chief Dr Chua Soi Lek's son, Tee Yong,... More ››

| November 2, 2012
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Authorities say the locals are 'hiring' their accounts to foreign syndicates and this is hampering efforts to improve convictions... More ››

| October 29, 2012
ronnie liu

According to a Selangor assemblyman, DAP seats are "not the battleground" in the coming election. More ››

| October 7, 2012
INTERVIEW
Dr Michael Jeyakumar

PSM’s Jeyakumar was a thorn in BN’s side even before he became an MP. More ››

| September 21, 2012
Kohilan Pillay and Gobind Singh

Gerakan's Kohilan Pillay is expected to challenge Gobind Singh Deo from DAP for the Puchong seat. More ››

| September 13, 2012
Online-Casino-Gaming

A special task force has uncovered a new method of money laundering, and is working with casino operators to... More ››

| September 13, 2012
A money changer counts Malaysian ringgit

She lost RM150,000 in dubious investment schemes proposed by the syndicate. More ››

| September 10, 2012
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The lawyer dismisses speculation of a rift in the defence team representing three PKR leaders with regard to the... More ››

| September 7, 2012
ipd dang wangi

His police report says the culprits took US$50,000 with a promise to save him from extradition to Australia. More ››

| August 27, 2012
Crime

A senior police officer reveals that cases under these two categories are not part of the crime index and... More ››

| August 16, 2012
mahkamah shah alam

CIMB mailed the reminders to his old address despite the businessman having updated his new address. More ››

| August 2, 2012
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Lawyers say they are caught by surprise. More ››

| July 31, 2012
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Extradiction bid by the US was rejected by KL magistrate's court. More ››

| July 30, 2012
Karim Ibrahim

Malaysian Athletic Union deputy president Karim Ibrahim claims hidden hands meddled in the selection process. More ››

and | July 19, 2012
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Police confirm they are wrapping up the case and are 'finalising everything' before forwarding it to the A-G. More ››

| July 11, 2012
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The prosecution has delivered a copy of its petition to Anwar’s team. More ››

| July 10, 2012
ANWAR SAIFUL

The prosecution team is satisfied that it has grounds to overturn the ruling. More ››

| July 6, 2012
Karim Ibrahim MAU deputy president

Karim Ibrahim completes his testimony in runner Yunus’ doping case. More ››

| July 4, 2012
Karpal Najib

He commends the PM for working hard for votes and advises him to hurry up in calling for... More ››

| May 21, 2012
Chan Kong Choy

The judge says the prosecution's applications for adjournments should not reflect badly on the judiciary. The case will proceed... More ››

| April 3, 2012
vk lingam

The lawyer had accused a Federal Court panel of plagiarism in a judgment against his clients More ››

| March 27, 2012
A money changer counts Malaysian ringgit

A senior Sabah lawyer lost his money after the syndicate claimed he was being investigated under the Anti-Money Laundering... More ››

| March 22, 2012
UN

The former UN special rapporteur believes it is a situation of scratching each other’s back. More ››

| March 16, 2012
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The Sri Murugan Centre has served a crucial role in helping more than 20,000 students from the low... More ››

| March 11, 2012
najib palanivel

Failure to do would be an embarrassment to the nation and the Tamil community in particular, say 51 Indian-based... More ››

| March 9, 2012
duit

Three African nationals have landed behind bars after striking a deal to hand over counterfeit notes to undercover policemen. More ››

| January 26, 2012
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The police have arrested 10 Indonesians who were preying on elderly people, convincing them to part with cash and... More ››

| January 25, 2012
ANWAR SAIFUL

Parties filing notices of appeal have to wait for written judgments first, says Anwar's lead counsel Karpal Singh. More ››

| December 7, 2011
internet

Among those arrested were four Malaysians who are used as fronts by the Nigerian masterminds to lure people into... More ››

| December 6, 2011
ANWAR SAIFUL

The trial judge has set Dec 12 and 13 to hear the submissions following a request from the defence... More ››

| November 21, 2011
Param Cumaraswamy 01

Their conduct must be open to public scrutiny, says the veteran lawyer. More ››

| November 8, 2011
chua soi lek

The MCA president appears to have begun a tour of dialogues with Indians. More ››

| November 8, 2011
Muhyiddin Abdul Ghani Othman

With Pakatan geared up to launch an assault on the state, BN is leaving nothing to chance and pampers... More ››

| October 18, 2011
INTERVIEW
Yazid Suffat

Bio-chemist Yazid Suffat, who was arrested for allegedly harbouring terrorists linked to the Sept 11 attack, believes that he... More ››

| October 14, 2011
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The university claims that the two Africans are former students but when police raided a hostel room, they found... More ››

| October 6, 2011
cards

They allowed a syndicate to use their bank accounts for illegal Internet transactions, according to police. More ››

| September 29, 2011
karpal Singh

The DAP chairman maintains the party will continue to oppose the implementation of Islamic laws in the country. More ››

| September 27, 2011
Polis Gun

Hours after a DPP in Kuala Terengganu is threatened by a man with a gun, another DPP in KL... More ››

| August 15, 2011
Ringgit malaysia

A syndicate claiming to be government authorities has been cheating businessmen by saying they are being probed for money... More ››

| August 8, 2011
malaysian-classroom

The directive to key-in examination marks online has not only doubled their workload but the unreliable system is also... More ››

| July 18, 2011
A money changer counts Malaysian ringgit

A Taiwanese woman gets cheated for the second time in an investment scam operating from Malaysia and masterminded by... More ››

| July 13, 2011
police cordon bersih rally

The veteran politician dismisses allegations that his party members did not turn out in big numbers for the Bersih... More ››

| July 12, 2011
Raja Aziz Addruse

Raja Aziz, 75, a Perak-born lawyer, had been receiving treatment in Singapore for cancer-related illment. More ››

| July 6, 2011
polisi

Despite Bersih moving its rally indoors, 1,200 police personnel will continue with their refresher course. More ››

| June 17, 2011
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Bersih organisers want the police to work with them in making the July 9 rally a peaceful one. More ››

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