The terms of settlement, which included an apology to the deputy defence minister, were recorded before a High Court judge, says lawyer Ramkarpal Singh.
The defence minister says only those who undergo military training are allowed to be conferred such ranks or to don uniforms.
Ragunath Kesavan also hits out at Penang government for ‘meekly’ following directives from the Prime Minister's Department and removing the portraits although it espouses freedom of expression.
Danyal Balagopal Abdullah says this is to safeguard the image of the armed forces.
Only serving and retired servicemen should wear a uniform as they have earned the right to do so.
Union for flight attendants tells senator not to disturb or interfere with existing practice.
Hanafi Mamat says airlines should portray Malaysia’s image as a Muslim country.
Tunku Mahkota of Johor says FAM technical director Peter De Roo is tasked with formulating a tactical plan to elevate the standard of football in the country.
Problem arises at Pastor Koh's inquiry over picture from newspaper featuring police officers wearing black balaclava without police insignia.
Woman is handed a four-year jail sentence for leading her friend to believe she had won a tender to supply uniforms to the defence ministry.
Checks by KPDNKK has found that supermarkets and shops have increased the prices of school supplies, especially school uniforms.
It is better for MAB management to compensate terminated employees than to spend on makeover, says union
MIC Youth Chief feels the Education Ministry’s directive on casual wear to school is unnecessary and will negatively affect poorer students.
DAP sec-gen Lim Guan Eng has brushed aside claims that release of EO detainees factored in the recent crime rate hike.