The incident occurred at a pet shop in Bandar Sunway while the woman was at the payment counter.
His lawyer Muhammad Shafee Abdullah lambast the irresponsible report, saying journalists should not behave like estate people if they want to be treated as the fourth estate.
Citing sources, The Edge report says some ministers' handphones were also affected.
Asheeq Ali Sethi Alivi is being investigated under the Communications and Multimedia Act and Sedition Act.
However, the department declines to give details on its findings into the death of Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd CEO Nazrin Hassan.
Inquest told of video footage which caught glimpse of student in staffroom.
Man pleads guilty to committing the offence at a budget hotel in Ipoh in 2016.
He can be jailed three years, or fined, or both, if found guilty.
What are people supposed to think when a convicted petty thief is acquitted despite confessing to his crime?
L Subbarau, charged with possessing leaked images of UPSR papers classified as secret, is allowed bail pending his appeal in the High Court.
A witness claims that a man took the victim’s phone on pretext of calling boy’s parents but ran off with it.
Fuziah Salleh lodges police report, fearing this matter can jeopardise her political career.
Electrical engineering professor says a shock from a power bank can cause the heart to stop.
Federal Territories minister says unforgivable act by culprits who cloned his phone.
Police arrested him and seized his mobile phone after receiving reports he was linked to a rape case last December.
Minister in Prime Minister's department Nancy Shukri calls for tougher penalties, making the sentences on par with those found guilty of drink driving.
The victim and his friend were coming down the stairs at the Pandan Indah LRT station when the incident happened.
Police will contact the express bus company to ascertain the identity of the man using handphone while driving before taking further action.
Assault victim tells court he does not want to disturb his family as they have to attend court everytime there is a hearing.
He says Malaysian telecommunication companies have certain security features that the SIM card recovered from bombing does not have.
Warded since explosion occurred three weeks ago, suffering 60 percent burns on her body, 25-year-old victim succumbs to infection.
Petronas safety head says it is also a good idea for all the passengers to exit from the car before it is refuelled.
Lecturer says electromagnetic field emitted by a handphone during a conversation can trigger petrol fumes to catch fire.
Man charged with stealing handphone at Low Yat Plaza, pleads not guilty to new charge of hurting a mechanic with a machete, together with a friend.
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