The MACC chief attends 45-minute closed-door meeting with Parliamentary Select Committee members.
He says he is puzzled over the controversy after the exam question went viral on social media.
European Central Bank ECB President Mario Draghi says a budgetary expansion in a high debt country becomes much more complicated if people start to put in question the euro.
But Shaharudin Ali says his client, Hasanah Ab Hamid, has denied that the former defence minister was involved in the matter.
Vocal rights activist says she has been speaking up regularly in the past.
Satees Muniandy says there was no nepotism as Lim Hui Ying was voted unanimously by the Penang state legislative assembly, based on merit.
It will cost more than RM4.2 billion if the government is to reopen the tender for the Light Rail Transit Line 3 project, the finance minister tells Parliament.
Federal Court accepts two questions of law to be argued by the publisher.
Wee Ka Siong and Khairy Jamaluddin ask for clarification on status and powers of the Council of Eminent Persons, saying it should not overstep its advisory role.
Any attempt to deny this fact is seditious and an attempt to overthrow the Federal Constitution, says Gopal Sri Ram.
He says delegates must have courage to raise issue if Umno is to survive and to show loyalty to party.
The computer tablet is for teachers to access the question database and facilitate their tasks in preparing exercises for pupils.
The Umno minister says there were four questions on the issue listed in the order paper of the Dewan Rakyat sitting today.
The developments unfolding in her case do not inspire confidence in the judiciary, says the Lembah Pantai MP.
Sarawak CID chief SAC Dev Kumar not amused by post belittling their hard work and accusing parties not connected to the case.
Home minister says the authorities will not hesitate to call in any witness whenever necessary to aid investigations into 1MDB.