State PKR chief Muhammad Bakhtiar Wan Chik says except for the Nibong Tebal division all the other divisions were backing Anwar.
Malaysia's seven telecommunications companies must resolve complaints within the agreed time frame, says the communications and multimedia minister.
Election watchdog says it has proof to show PAS' Nazari Mokhtar may not be speaking the truth when he says he had not been contacted by it to sign the pledge form.
Wanita Umno leader Noraini Ahmad says changes must be made to the party constitution to take severe action against these reps.
Panasonic Corp expects to more than triple its cobalt consumption in five years' time, industry sources said, even as the company aims to develop cobalt-free automotive batteries in the near future.
ENGAGE says people expect Pakatan Harapan to keep its election promises, including that the prime minister will not hold any other portfolio.
The industry hopes that with a Pakatan Harapan government removing GST as promised, used car prices will go down while consumers’ purchasing power improves.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad should sign a pledge on his mission, goals and plans for Malaysia and the consequences for him if he fails to carry them out.
The pledge is intended to reduce environmental damage caused by tourists.
However, representatives from PPBM and DAP were noticeably absent at function organised by Invoke.
With Penang and Kelantan finally agreeing to sign pledge, state MACC director hopes Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali-led administration will soon follow suit.
It is embarrassing for Malaysia to look to other countries before implementing policies despite many findings proving the negative effects of high sugar intake, says Cassa president Dr Jacob George.
It says MACC can learn from Penang by inviting other states to implement the 10 integrity policies adopted by the state.
The minister was commenting on the DAP-led Penang government's refusal to sign MACC's corruption-free pledge.
He refutes PKR's statement that MACC head is trying to be a politician and says it shows the opposition leaders are using the issue for politicking.
Before any meeting, exco members and board directors must pledge that they don’t have any interests in matters being discussed.
MACC boss says it is investigating six other issues aside from FGV subsidiary Delima Oil Products.
This includes building a bridge in Manong and other infrastructure projects.