The royal coronation of the 66-year-old monarch will run from May 4-6.
Edmund Bon says people need not worry that the king and the Malay rulers will be affected if Malaysia signs the Rome Statute which governs the International Criminal Court.
Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah says Putrajaya is confident that neither the King nor the Malay rulers will commit any of the four serious crimes contained in the statute.
The couple's trip focuses on initiatives to promote girl's education, women's empowerment, and bringing disabled people into the mainstream.
As nobody wants to talk about the facts leading to the resignation of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, all history and social science students can do is speculate.
The official coronation has been delayed until after a period of mourning for King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who was revered as a semi-divine figure in Thailand.
Prince Charles said he never directly meddled in party politics and understood the difference between his current role and the one he may eventually assume.
He will exercise the functions in absence of Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V, who will be resting following treatment during that period.
The power to appoint senators by the king must include the power to remove them, says Gopal Sri Ram.
The allocations will be channelled to Tabung Harapan Malaysia, palace announces.
He says he does not know the reason why no awards are being presented for king's birthday this time.
King praises the government’s commitment towards promoting better financial practices and thanks the people for contributing towards Tabung Harapan Malaysia.
The former federal minister says the Yang di-Pertuan Agong may not have been aware that the people under him are spending more than they should.
As a veteran journalist, A Kadir Jasin would be expected to raise concerns that any ordinary Malaysian would express about the high cost of maintaining the palaces.
Nik Nazmi says being civil and taking a more gradual approach is not a defeat, as opponents will bring up race, religion and royalty to divide the government and people.
PPBM's Tariq Ismail says if the authorities want to charge Kadir for an opinion piece, then they must also charge Shahidan.
They claim his action has tarnished good name of King.
The prime minister answers questions from the press after chairing the weekly Cabinet meeting.
Gopal Sri Ram says the right to terminate Apandi Ali’s service is unaffected by his contract which offers him no protection at all.
PKR de facto leader says they should be grateful they had won in this general election.
Yang di-Pertuan Agong is pleased and satisfied with all procedures related to the proceedings of the Pardons Board Committee.
Attorney-General Apandi Ali, who has been asked to go on leave, will be represented by another person, says lawyer Sivarasa Rasiah.
Dr Mahathir will be accompanied by four other leaders from the alliance when he meets the king.
The PH chairman says the constitution states candidates for PM only need the majority support of MPs and does not mention anything about a party having a majority.