Ex-CEO pleads not guilty to charges
KUALA LUMPUR: Former telco chief executive officer and musician Jason Lo has been hit with two criminal charges at separate Magistrate’s Courts here for trespassing and...
Stop blaming government on corruption: Rafidah
KUALA LUMPUR: Stop pointing fingers at the government on corruption as corrupt practices are also rampant in the private sector, said former International Trade and Industry Minister Tan Sri Rafidah A...
Malaysian men caned for gay sex under Islamic law
KUALA LUMPUR: Four Malaysian men have been caned for having gay sex in violation of Islamic laws, with activists Tuesday (Nov 19) condemning "vicious punishments" they said highlighted a crackdown on ...
S’pore urged to halt hanging of M’sian
PETALING JAYA: The Singapore government has been urged to halt the hanging of Malaysian, Abd Helmi bin Ab Halim, at Singapore’s Changi prison, which is due to take place on Nov 22.
Watch out! Sale of Mahathir's timepieces a hoax
PETALING JAYA - Dozens of people ordered luxury watches engraved with the signature of Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and parted with their money, not realising that there was no such product...
Palm oil producers to set up fund to fight critics
Palm oil producers will set up a joint fund to counter critics of the industry, a Malaysian government official said on Tuesday, amid growing scrutiny of a commodity which is accused of causing widesp...
Perak govt administration is still strong
IPOH: The state executive councillors together with the Pakatan Harapan (PH) assemblymen in Perak today assured the people that the Perak government administration is still strong.