The American Civil Liberties Union had opposed the proposal, arguing the questions would create 'an environment ripe for profiling and discrimination.'
The tracker helps users log menstrual cycle regularity, flow level, and physical and emotional symptoms.
The developer of the deep sea port and jetty says the new government is wrong to cancel the port operating licence given to it by the previous government.
Roisah Abdullah receives approval for Malaysian citizenship after years of struggle.
Lawyer for the home ministry tells High Court those whose citizenship applications have been rejected can apply again, in a case brought by a girl against the government’s rejection of her application.
The move puts a wrench in Go-Jek's plan to corner a bigger share of the Southeast Asian e-hailing market, currently dominated by rival Grab.
Judge Azimah Omar refused to postpone the hearing as it has been scheduled to start next week.
The ministry of finance says the fact that negotiations began under former prime minister Najib Razak’s leadership shows there is no nepotism involved.
CALLme will give passengers option to use airport taxis at fixed prices gazetted by government without any hidden charges such as toll payments.
This follows the Pakatan Harapan government's proactive steps to investigate the 1MDB fiasco and recover the money, says Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla.
Federal Court accepts two questions of law to be argued by the publisher.
RSN Rayer calls on Malaysian Bar to carefully vet the application by Najib Razak for foreign lawyers to represent him as it may be a delaying tactic.
Xiaomi Corp, expected to raise around US$10 billion in Hong Kong and mainland offerings, said it would apply to China's securities regulator to postpone a review of its China depositary receipts (CDR) offering application.
DBKL director says they were ‘forced’ to approve the application for Ramadan bazaar lots by a PPBM youth leader as the Bukit Bintang MP supported it.
PH receives about 1,000 applications a day, including from Umno members, says the PH chairman, who had earlier said the party will not accept Umno members.
High Court judge Azizah Nawawi says there is no danger of bias if she continues to hear Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s application to nullify the RCI report into Bank Negara’s forex losses.
Police say no approval was given for the ceramah as PKR only submitted the application in the evening and had no candidate contesting in the area.
The Court of Appeal, in dismissing the businessman's stay application, says it has no merit.
Lawyer Haniff Khatri Abdulla, representing Dr Mahathir Mohamad, says the judge had decided on an earlier RCI-related case and she should, therefore, not hear this suit.
This is because the Election Commission did not get the council's view in preparing the redelineation report which was passed by the Dewan Rakyat on March 28.
The one-time cabinet colleagues will go to court over an allegation linked to the RM2.6 billion in the prime minister's bank account.
Pachaiamah Kolade, in thanking the government, says her only regret is that her husband and two of her sons have died and are not around to share her joy.
High Court says six applicants have not exhausted their appeal process with Election Commission.
Her patent application requests that her name be trademarked for “entertainment services,” movie appearances, speaking engagements, and autographs.
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