The tome details the Hollywood producer’s alleged sexual assaults.
Police say the former prime minister has been informed.
It is against the rules of pleading, says Mohamed Apandi Ali's lawyer.
This is regarding a payment of RM3 million allegedly made by the developer of the undersea tunnel construction project.
N Ganesan had appealed against a lower court's ruling which ordered him to pay RM100,000 in damages and RM20,000 in costs to P Waytha Moorthy.
The Penang deputy chief minister says he will report Zakir Naik's law firm to the Bar for unprofessional behaviour.
The human resources minister says he sees no reason to apologise to the Indian-born preacher.
The DAP leader and Penang deputy chief minister II says he welcomes the police report lodged by Dr Zakir Naik against him and four others for alleged defamation.
Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin says T Arunakirinathan, made defamatory statements against him through Facebook postings, including that he was involved in a kidnapping.
The court also orders Iksim CEO Mahamad Nasir Desa to pay RM20,000 in costs and issue a public apology.
He says the DAP veteran wrote a defamatory statement against him which was then published in a news portal.
The Sarawak Report editor says she only received a letter of demand and nothing else to indicate she has been sued by an ex-AGC aide over a 2015 article regarding late DPP Kevin Morais.
Kedah PKR chief Johari Abdul makes police statement, says next step is up to Anwar.
Lawyer Ramkarpal Singh says Azimah Omar wants to make a final attempt at mediatiation, failing which a trial date will be fixed.
He says he only wanted to sell the copyright to his book to interested parties.
Jason Loo testifies he had relied on the premise that the 2009 enactment allowed the chief minister to do as he pleased.
Her Canadian company, Sakto, is suing the Swiss NGO and its executive director Lukas Straumann for making 'unfounded allegations' over the years.
The Federal Court ruled last month that News Corp's Daily Telegraph tabloid in Sydney had failed to prove the stories were true.
Teng Chang Yeow apologises to the DAP secretary-general as part of a consent judgment over a defamation suit regarding three news reports last year.
Lawyer Faiz Fadzil, who represented Mahfuz, says the payment could exceed RM200,000 as it includes interest.
A 2017 media report claimed the Sydney Theatre Company received a complaint that Geoffrey Rush had inappropriately touched a female co-star during a staging of 'King Lear'.
At defamation hearing, former chief minister denies that the state investment arm is a one-man show, but says it has no accounts, or board members.
His case came to an end after the Federal Court refused to give an extension of time to file a leave application over a Court of Appeal ruling.
The former Penang chief minister, who is suing Teng Chang Yeow over statements on the project, says many people with NST and Berita Harian were closely identified with the previous government.