Umno executive secretary Rauf Yusoh, who is suing on behalf of the party, has named five defendants that includes the raiding officer.
Hasanah’s lawyer says High Court expected to hear oral arguments on Monday over her action seeking a declaration that the section under which she has been detained is against the constitution.
The former EC chairman says the government probably appointed him based on his experience.
Former chairman and chief executive of Vietnam Construction Bank were convicted of "deliberate violation of state regulations on economic management, causing serious consequences"
Samuel Undenge, an energy minister in Mugabe's cabinet, was accused of issuing a US$12,650 contract without due tender to a company that did no work.
Zainur Zakaria says it would be improper for Tommy Thomas to relook the position taken by his officers just because there has been a change in the federal government.
President Sergio Mattarella has called in Carlo Cottarelli after two anti-establishment parties angrily abandoned their plans to form a coalition in the face of a veto from the head of state over their choice of economy minister.
Zeti, who sits on the Council of Eminent Persons, says the method of abolishing the GST will be made known within 100 days and if it needs parliamentary approval, this will be sought.
Nasri Mat Jusoh's wife says these were her husband's words of comfort before he began his walk from Kuantan to Putrajaya to protest the rise in cost of living.
Former US first lady Barbara Bush has died at age 92.
Protesters had filled Yerevan's main square after lawmakers backed the candidacy of the Kremlin-supported veteran politician with 77 to 17 votes.
Comey had acknowledged that his belief that Clinton would be elected president "was a factor" in his decision to reopen the email probe 11 days before the US election.
Puigdemont has been due to leave Finland on Saturday afternoon, but his exact whereabouts were unknown.
Former Dallas Cowboys star Tony Romo, now an NFL television analyst, makes his US PGA Tour debut Thursday at the Corales Puntacana Championship, the tour's first Dominican Republic event.
Sarkozy, who served as president from 2007 to 2012, has always denied receiving any illicit campaign funding.
A total of 21 postings have been allocated to Mahathir and utility bills paid, all borne by government, says PM's office.