The government set aside millions of dollars in funds.
Woman's lawyer says school trip would not have happened as no other parents made themselves available.
France is split on finding balance between individual religious freedom and constitutionally-guaranteed secularism in public.
Action may be taken against the jury head and adjudicators in the Piala Tun Razak debate tournament for allegedly discussing sensitive religious issues.
Tensions boiled over in 1992 when Hindu zealots destroyed the mosque.
Tawfik Ismail hails Tunku, Razak and Hussein as leaders of integrity.
He said the country is now an example of what to avoid for other Muslim nations although in the 1980s, Malaysia was held in high regard.
Elderly man continues centuries-old family tradition in Assam state.
The synagogue will be part of the multi-faith ‘Abrahamic Family House’ complex in Abu Dhabi.
The 'wise' fence-sitters — the pivotal voters — will see PAS and Umno have only formed a wobbly alliance for their political expediency.
By stressing on the rights of Malay-Muslims, Umno and PAS will alienate the non-Malays and widen racial and religious differences.
State police commissioner Omar Mammah says Sabah is known to be a tolerant society and urges the people to keep it that way.
Lawyers for Liberty says there will be no end to arrests if the authorities don’t make clear the restrictions on free speech.
Hostility and suspicion have shrouded our nation like the haze that is now choking us.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met the delegation, led by Israeli-American author Joel Rosenberg at his palace in Jeddah.
The government and civil societies should be consistent in their stand and speak up no matter the background of the person at fault, says Abim.
Catholic education is prized by many families, who cite discipline, quality teaching and access to a social network as among its prime advantages.
As religious and racial fault lines widen, as pessimism grips people after 62 years of Merdeka, the prospect arises of a recession exacerbating the situation.
India says those left off the list do not become stateless and will continue to enjoy all the rights of a citizen until they have exhausted all legal options.
Critics said the NRC process reflected the BJP's goal to serve Hindus, with a large chunk of those excluded expected to be Muslims.
The former prime minister says this in listing five risks faced by the country and the economy today.
Australia’s attorney-general says the current anti-discrimination laws do now go far enough.
Malaysia’s second prime minister was against any sort of racial dominance or superiority, and frequently urged leaders to sustain the racial harmony that existed.
Officials investigate a pondok school in Kuching after a purported parental consent form makes the rounds on social media.