After being interviewed four times, “I am sure there will be another police questioning after this is published,” he says in a blog posting today.
Azmi Arshad claims Noor Farida Ariffin slandered him on Facebook.
Press Secretary to the Prime Minister Tengku Sharifuddin Tengku Ahmad says this in his statement of defence against defamation suit filed by former Kedah MB.
Anwar claims the defendants had slandered him by indicating he was an unethical person, involved in corruption, indulged in activities with criminal element, insincere and immoral.
Federal Constitution allows people to exercise freedom of speech, court says in written judgment when setting aside defamation suit by Pahang MB against newspaper.
Home affairs ministry says laws such as the Sedition Act 1948, the Printing Presses and Publications Act 1948 and the Penal Code can be used against those who make such remarks.
Spokesman for former civil servants group (G25), Noor Farida Ariffin has filed a defamation suit against a businessman over an article that implied she had insulted Islam.
Penang CM irked over story claiming that he will pull out from Pakatan Harapan if "PKR 5" abstain from voting on Umno motion.
Mukhriz Mahathir says allegations by Tengku Sariffuddin are baseless and are an attempt to deflect attention from the 1MDB scandal.
Seberang Jaya assemblyman and Exco Dr Afif Bahardin ordered to pay RM320,000 to Penang Umno reps for defamation.
Judicial Commissioner Roslan Abu Bakar sets the date after hearing submissions from counsel.
Lawyer Hafarizam Harun says PM may take up one defamation case and then "see how it develops" as part of strategic approach in suing.
myPPP president says lawsuits are a waste of time and money.
Politicians should not be too quick to file suit, says PKR man, people talk about you every day.
Singer says the blog published a defamatory article implying that he had raped his own step-daughter although he didn’t have such a step-daughter.
Lawyer Shafee Abdullah says Nallakaruppan happy Anwar has dropped suit.
High Court rules that Nurul Izzah was doing her job as MP in raising questions.
Sarawak assistant minister slams Nga, says online posting was a 'despicable and malicious act'.
President of PMSP has challenged Sarawak Report to prove that he is a cybertrooper and a bankrupt as they have claimed.