Pakatan leaders: Cast aside disruptive polemics and unite as Malaysians

PUCHONG: The top leaders of Pakatan Harapan urged the public to cast aside polemics that could disrupt national unity and destroy the country. In a joint statement today, Pakatan leaders said that divisive politics that only benefit a select few

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Olive branch to Zakir Naik – One-way ticket to India

PUCHONG: Stulang state assemblyman Andrew Chen Kah Eng has offered an olive branch to controversial Indian Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik with a caveat – a one-way ticket to India, following the alleged derogatory and racist remarks against Indians and

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Pakistan observes ‘Black Day’ for Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan observed a ‘Black Day’ on Thursday to coincide with India’s Independence Day celebrations, in protest at New Delhi’s decision to revoke a special status for its portion of the contested Kashmir region. India’s decision this month, along with a communications blackout and curbs

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In ‘clear warning’, Chinese paramilitary forces exercise near Hong Kong

SHENZHEN, China/HONG KONG: Hundreds of members of China’s People’s Armed Police could be seen conducting exercises today at a sports stadium in Shenzhen, as the US State Department expressed concern that they could be deployed across the border in Hong

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“Would Guan Eng, Fuziah join 818 rally?’

PUCHONG: An opposition leader took a jibe at Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng and Deputy Minister in Prime Minister’s Department Fuziah Salleh over their changed stance from “Stop Lynas Save Malaysia to Save Malaysia Keep Lynas.” “Is it likely that

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Search and rescue for missing kayakers extended to Kerteh waters

MERSING: The search and rescue (SAR) operation for two Singaporeans who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here entered its seventh day today, with the search area now extended to Kerteh waters in Terengganu. Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA)

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How similar will IPCMC be with Hong Kong’s IPCC?

Lately, while reviewing the Independent Police Complaints of Misconduct (IPCMC) Bill tabled in the Malaysian Parliament on 18 July, I have often recalled two things IGP Datuk Seri Hamid Bador said. In October 2015, in his open letter to “the

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Police: Nora Anne died due to intestinal bleeding, no evidence of assault

SEREMBAN: The authorities have ruled out foul play in their investigation into the death of Irish teenager, Nora Anne Quoirin. Negeri Sembilan police chief Datuk Mohamad Mat Yusop said that based on the nine-hour long autopsy done on Nora Anne’s

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Kashmir: Russia backs India as China takes Pakistani line

Permanent members of the UN Security Council China and Russia are taking divergent positions on any consultations by the council on the Kashmir issue. While China may try to initiate informal consultations in UNSC on Kashmir at the behest of

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Agong, Queen extend condolences, sympathy to Nora Anne’s family

KUALA LUMPUR: Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah and Raja Permaisuri Agong, Tunku Hajah Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah expressed their condolences to Nora Anne Quoirin’s family today. In a statement issued by Istana Negara, Their Majesties also

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