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Twists and turns in sex video case
A FIERCE storm continues to swirl around Datuk Seri Azmin Ali but the Economic Affairs Minister has gone about his Hari Raya rounds as if all is normal in his work and life.
Hidden hands behind sex rendezvous
DATUK Seri Azmin Ali must have lived through some of the worst two days of his life after being accused of being one of two men engaged in a sex act in a dimly lit hotel room in Sandakan.
Fearless and unconventional
THE shockwaves over the appointment of former PKR politician Latheefa Koya (pic) as the new head of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) have yet to subside. It was a thunderbolt that nobody, not even Cabinet members, saw coming.
Expect the unexpected from Dr M
IT has been no less than a spot on centrestage for Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as the ruling coalition marked its one year in power.
Worrying signals from the heartland
KHAIRY Jamaluddin had been unsure about whether he wanted to be part of the increasingly cosy ties between PAS and Umno.
Calm before another storm in Johor?
A crisis in the state has been averted and Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is now seen as the bridge between the palace and Putrajaya. But will his strong-willed party chairman meet the Sultan halfway?
Johor govt turbulence spills over to Bersatu
NOT many people out there could quite understand where Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman was coming from with that out-of the-blue outburst over the Crown Prince of Johor issue.
MB of Johor faces first big test
TUN Dr Mahathir Mohamad managed to take a breather last weekend. He seemed to be in a light-hearted mood after watching a preview of a documentary on the May 9 election that returned him to power for a second time.
Non-Malay mood softens for Tok Mat
Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan may have broken through the racial barrier in Rantau as he wins back the hearts of Indian and Chinese voters while commanding overwhelming Malay support.
Poll shows uphill battle for Pakatan man in Rantau
PETALING JAYA: A think tank survey has predicted defeat for Pakatan Harapan’s Dr S. Streram in the Rantau by-election – unless he is able to woo at least 35% of the Malay votes there.
Smooth political transition in sight
Ties between Datuk Seri AIwar ibrahim and the Prime Minister are at its warmest since May 9 and, for the first time, insiders say they are confident of an orderly succession when the time comes. But the fly in the ointment is who will be the next deputy prime minister.
Firestorm over ‘dictator’ remark
THERE had been such intense speculation that Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim would be making “a move” in the current meeting of Parliament.