The veteran journalist says rulers and regents are not above the law when it comes to crimes like assault and cheating.
With questions looming over Afghanistan's future, the war-torn nation is hoping to briefly celebrate its past this month – and the Darulaman palace will be the centrepiece.
This comes after the Johor crown prince notes that the baju Melayu, worn with black pants, is the traditional attire of the Johor royalty.
Istana Melawati is the Agong’s residence in Putrajaya
The fine people at Chakri Palace have kindly provided the recipe of one of their dishes, based on Chef McDang’s 'Principles of Thai Cookery'.
Liverpool has a huge boost ahead of their trip to City on January 3.
From palaces in ruins to mausoleums, museums and old schools, Jugra in Kuala Langat is filled with fascinating sights for the curious traveller.
UM's Awang Azman Awang Pawi says former Perlis Umno chairman Shahidan Kassim had been exerting his influence in the state for too long.
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.
Prominent social critic Kadir Jasin says this shows that the monarchs are well taken care of by the government and need no reassurance about their position.
Muhyiddin Yassin says the government wants to see the appointment issue settled through the wisdom of the prime minister and the king.
The fast pace of reforms at the federal level may not take place in Johor, as the PH state government inherits a system where 'higher powers' call the shots.
State Umno secretary Zahidi Zainul Abidin says the party is seeking a meeting with the ruler to explain the “misunderstanding” over the impasse.
Perlis Umno deputy chairman Zahidi Zainul Abidin says the nine assemblymen are adamant that they do not want Azlan Man as Perlis menteri besar.
A state secretariat circular says disciplinary action will be taken against civil servants who defy the ban order against the Amanah duo.
The PKR leaders also met with Johor crown prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim.
The Pakatan Harapan de facto leader can now join active politics.
The Ruler reminded people not to easily believe fake news on the internet or social media aimed at creating tension between the palace and the state or federal governments.
The Sabah constitution allows the chief minister to nominate six others to become assemblymen, which explains why Musa Aman and Shafie Apdal want to be the first to see the governor and be sworn in.
Shafie Apdal who arrived with Warisan leaders and supporters were told to come back later because the governor is 'not ready'.
Tottenham Hotspur manager says Alli is 'an easy target for opposition fans'.
Amanah leaders say the wording in the letters revoking the titles of Husam Musa and Wan Abdul Rahim indicate that PAS had lobbied for the decision.
The palace also says it will pursue legal measures against those who propagated 'lies and false claims' in social media.
Dr Mahathir's wife, Dr Siti Hasmah, is reported to have also returned her state awards to Selangor.
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