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A transsexual has alleged that she was humiliated and forced to strip naked before three policemen after she was detained for suspected vice.
Police are investigating if the detention of four women from China at a police roadblock in Sungai Buloh early this month was done according to procedure.
Still grieving over their mother who was killed in a hit-and-run accident in Kuantan in March last year, the family of the late Lam Kwai Lan is startled and baffled by the twists and turns that the case has taken since.
People should check the information stored in their MyKad, particularly that on religion, to avoid facing problems later, said Sitiawan assemblyman Ngeh Koo Ham.
After being accused by his fellow MPs of trying to dilute the independence of Parliament with the setting up of a special post to oversee administrative matters concerning Parliament, Datuk Seri Mohd Nazri Aziz seemed to react by 'washing his hands off' certain matters.
Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who is in mourning for his wife, paid his last respects to the late Toh Kim Eng, mother of MCA president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting.
The Government has given too much 'face' to commercial banks and consequently, Bank Negara cannot control them, the Dewan was told.
When Parliament amended the Islamic Family Law last Monday, many interpreted it to be a curtailment on polygamy. SUHAINI AZNAM reports.
The maxim that 'walls have ears' has taken on a new meaning for Tina Phuah, whose house is at the fringe of a massive highway project.
The Government will strive to ensure that bumiputras own 30% of the equities in the country's share market, said Finance Ministry parliamentary secretary Datuk Dr Hilmi Yahya.