The CAA is making contingency plans for the possibility of having to repatriate ‘hundreds of thousands’ of passengers stranded abroad.
It says only the AG can proceed to take action against those criminally responsible for the political aide's death.
Caning is a cruel and degrading form of punishment that strips an individual of dignity and self-respect, says George Varughese.
The speaker’s ruling restricts MPs right to free speech and a media gag order on the ex-prime minister's case cannot be extended to the legislature, they argue.
Chief Secretary to the Government Ali Hamsa says he will address the matter personally.
There have been precedents where Federal Court judges have sat in the High Court to hear high-profile cases, says a source.
Sources say public prosecutor likely to charge former PM Najib Razak with money laundering and misappropriation of property over the 1MDB scandal.
Minister says Dr Mahathir Mohamad has been using insulting and slanderous language against Najib Razak, who in turn has taken a 'gentleman's approach' to the matter.
It urges Malaysians to engage in constructive debate on public interest issues and not descend to making offensive comments, apparently referring to attacks against #UndiRosak campaigner Maryam Lee.
The fact that Malaysia is the fattest country in Asia proves that many people are incapable of controlling their food intake and this warrants government intervention.
Analysts expect Najib to strike a populist tone by tackling issues such as rising cost of living, unaffordable house prices to shore up support.
Gobind Singh says Malaysian representatives must participate in the US’ criminal probe into assets bought using money allegedly embezzled from 1MDB.
The government should take responsibility as 1MDB is now wholly owned by Minister of Finance Inc, says PAS secretary-general Takiyuddin Hassan.
Azam Mohamed Adil says mediation can reduce polemics detrimental to interests of children involved in tussle between Muslim and non-Muslim parents.
Deputy prime minister says non-Muslims will not be ignored but they have to respect the rights of Muslims.
Kelantan MCA leader says summons to outlet run by non-Muslims in Kota Baru mall proves Islamist party will take action against non-Muslims under shariah law.
DAP's P Ramasamy says it is unimaginable that police cannot take action against those committing financial atrocities in Malaysia when the authorities abroad can.
Muslim Lawyers Association president feels special tribunal is the way to go, while Ramkarpal Singh feels a constitutional amendment is better.