The review is to begin April 29 and is expected to take 90 days.
Kee's book ‘The People’s Victory’ tells the story of how the people, frustrated with the BN government, rose up to take their destiny in their hands on May 9, 2018.
Abdul Rashid Ismail says the imperfections of the criminal justice system result in the poor who face the death penalty often getting the short end of the stick.
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The UK Foreign Office said an average of 250 Christians were killed each month in 2017 because of their faith.
Lynas says it will release a press statement soon as Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh welcomes Putrajaya's new licensing conditions for the rare earths plant.
The Supreme Court said it would review the petitions on January 22 but until then women and girls aged 10 to 50 could still pray at Sabarimala in Kerala.
Deputy Human Resources Minister Mahfuz Omar says reviews can be held more than once every two years if necessary.
C4 wants an independent review of the mega project following the latest landslide in Penang which has claimed nine lives so far.
From cleaning out your closet to experimenting with hair and makeup, there are also books to read, home-brewed tea to savour and getting a workout at the gym downstairs.
The Bentong MP tells people to allow the newly appointed executive committee time and space to review the situation.
The Cabinet has decided that members of the committee would comprise those who have not openly stated their stand on the plant.
The housing and local government minister says applicants will likely be assessed based on their income instead of race.
They are hopeful that the government will retain MMC-Gamuda as the main contractor.
Prime minister says this following outcry that the termination of the MRT2 underground portion contract will leave about 20,000 workers jobless.
They also want the prime minister to consider their plight as they may lose their jobs.
Zuraida Kamaruddin says a safety expert who questioned the standard operating procedures should read the full report before drawing conclusions.
Deputy Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Chong Chieng Jen says there are many leakages, especially in the subsidy given to those who transport goods to point of sale.
Deputy minister in the Prime Minister’s Department says review on Lynas will be guided by principles based on sustainable development as well as sustainable investments.
Communications and Multimedia minister Gobind Singh Deo wants Putrajaya to amend act that allows governments to sue citizens for defamation.
Salim Bashir says only the AG can appeal against High Court rulings in a criminal case.
The deputy minister will chair a 10-member committee to examine operations at the site in Kuantan, and whether it met regulatory requirements when it was set up.
Muhsin Abdul Latheef, who first lodged a report with MACC over the former chief minister's bungalow purchase, wants the acquittal replaced with a discharge not amounting to an acquittal.