Search


You have searched for "inquest"

Showing 1741-1750 of 1780

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Letters

Preparing for another showdown

By JEFFREY FRANCIS

AseanPlus News

Gang: She wanted to scare slain senior Philippine diplomat

The leader of the gang that killed a senior Filipino diplomat in the Philippine capital last month identified Tuesday the eldest sister of the victim as the brains behind the attack.

Nation

More mystery to Rumie’s case

The fact that someone had used a credit card belonging to enforcement officer Rumie Azan Mahlie 20 days after his death has added another mystery to the case.

Nation

Substance found in doctor's body

Police have confirmed that a substance, believed to be a sedative, was found in the body of Dr Cynthia Joseph whose remains were exhumed last year.

Letters

Uphill task ahead for Camilla

By CHOI TUCK WO

Lifestyle

The boy Bond

Books for a good read.

Other Sport

Jol accuses referee Poll of penalty blunder

Tottenham manager Martin Jol has accused referee Graham Poll of a blunder that could have handed the Premiership title to Jose Mourinho's Chelsea.

Lifestyle

Death in police custody

A mother is suing the police and the government for RM1.5mil for the death of her son while remanded by the police. In view of such cases, perhaps it is time for Malaysia to make it mandatory for all deaths in custody to undergo inquiry. LOH FOON FONG speaks to a few experts.

Nation

Dad alleges assault

A 49-year-old manager told a magistrate#8217;s court in Ampang that he believed his teenage son died after being assaulted last year.

AseanPlus News

The apology that wasn’t – what’s next for the south?

AFTER Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra made his nationally televised speech on Friday night to let the people know what he thought about the escalating crisis in the three southernmost provinces, there came an obvious question: what next?