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Umno general assembly in June as planned

This year's Umno general assembly will be held in June after all and not in October as speculated.


Suhakam wish for ISA men

Internal Security Act (ISA) detainees should be given access to legal counsel and produced before a magistrate within 24 hours of their arrest in accordance with the Federal Constitution, the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) said.


Eyeing peace and prosperity for Afghans

Used to treating eye disorders in refugee camps, Dr Abdullah Abdullah is continuing his work of vision on the world stage as Afghanistan's Foreign Minister, writes PAUL GABRIEL.


Daily: NEAC report explains why Malays are poor

THE question whether Malays are still poor was raised by columnist Awang Selamat in I>Utusan Malaysia/I>.


Move to allow polls panel to clean up roll of phantom voters

The Government has agreed in principle to give the Election Commission the power to transfer the registration of voters from one constituency to another based on the addresses in their identity cards.


Palace thaw warms Umno

Ties between the Kelantan palace and Umno have been warming up,and the presence of the Kelantan royal couple at a dinner in the residence of the state's Umno chief Datuk Mustapa Mohamed may have brought relations to new heights, JOCELINE TAN reports.

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Comprehensive legal system by 2010

SENIOR legal scholars say China is well on track to complete a comprehensive legal system, with specific Chinese characteristics, by 2010.

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Retired Olonga tunes in on singing career

Zimbabwe fast bowler Henry Olonga is hoping to begin a new career in music after retiring from international cricket at the weekend.


Siti Zaharah: Curb racial polarisation

Racial polarisation and religious intolerance are becoming worrying trends in the country and a concerted effort must be made by all Malaysians to resolve these issues.


Anyone can ask ICC to indict Bush, Blair and Howard

Any individual can send a memorandum to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague to indict US President George W. Bush, British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Australian Prime Minister John Howard for crimes against humanity for the war they are waging on Iraq, a senior lawyer said.