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Kelantan, Terengganu unmoved by criticism

Kelantan and Terengganu, criticised for their syariah criminal laws that allegedly condone sodomy between a man and his wife, will not amend their enactments as demanded by Umno leaders.


Warning on sodomy law

Women and Family Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil warned the PAS-led Kelantan and Terengganu governments to make amendments to their respective Syariah enactments (I>Hudud/Iand I>Qisas/I>) concerning sodomy or be guilty of encouraging it.


Back claims, urges Puteri Umno

Puteri Umno will not respond to calls by some 'Umno heads, members and outsiders' who wanted 10% of the 165 division heads to be dropped from the list of protem leaders.


Right to be fit

An organisation initially set up to educate sportswomen on their rights has expanded its mission to promote public participation in sports and fitness activities, reports MICHAEL CHEANG.


Hadi gets flak over remarks on women

PAS acting president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang has come under fire for his remarks that women are not suited to hold top positions such as judges and should instead concentrate on working in the welfare and educational fields.


Cite Azalina for contempt, says Karpal

The High Court here was asked to cite Puteri Umno chief Azalina Othman Said for contempt of court for a statement she made about a PAS member who allegedly exposed himself to a Puteri member, when the appeal against his acquittal was pending.


Content replaces dazzle in debates

Analysis by Joceline Tan


Leaders focus on boosting racial ties

EVERY year political pundits look out for some sort of paradigm shift in Umno and usually they seek out the change in terms of personalities. However, this year, the shift was in the speeches. NICK LEONG writes.


Festive start to grand gathering

The Umno general assembly began Thursday with party president Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad raising the party flag at Dataran Putra World Trade Centre.


PM: No action to be taken against Harakah

Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said no action will be taken against PAS'news organ Harakah over the publication of his caricature side by side with that of apig.