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Reforms yet to fully take off

From DING JO-ANN of Kuala Lumpur.

Pakatan’s year of distractions

IN George Orwell’s classic Animal Farm, oppressed farm animals banded together to overthrow their human masters who had neglected and ill-treated them.

Which voters to woo now?

SANDAKAN: A double-edged sword hangs over the campaign strategies of the main contenders from DAP and Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) in the Sandakan by-election.

Setting-up of IPCMC must be seen in a wider context

From WALTER SANDOSAM, Former MACC Operations Review panel member, Kuala Lumpur.

Govt has failed reform agenda, says civil society groups

KUALA LUMPUR: After close to one year in power, the government has failed to reform repressive legislation and has continued to restrict fundamental freedoms and silence dissent, says civil society groups.

Police to call up organisers of '405' rally

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The police will call up the organisers of Saturday's (May 4) Rally To Defend the Sovereignty of Islam and the Constitution at Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, which was said to be without the approval of the authorities.

Rally leaders speak up for Malay rulers, demand justice for deceased fireman Adib

KUALA LUMPUR: Speakers at the 405 Rally that took place here on Saturday (May 4) voiced their dissatisfaction on several matters such as the death of fireman Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim and an alleged threat to the institution of Malay rulers.

'405' rally ends one-and-a-half hours early

KUALA LUMPUR: The '405' rally that took place here finished one-and-a-half hours early due to bad weather.

Crowds gather for '405' rally

KUALA LUMPUR: Crowds are already gathering ahead of the "405" rally, held supposedly to defend the "sovereignty of Islam" on Saturday (May 4).

Cops: '405' rally to go on as organisers in full compliance with requirements

PETALING JAYA: Organisers of the "405" rally – supposedly being held to defend the sovereignty of Islam – have fully complied with all requirements under the Peaceful Assembly Act and the gathering will be allowed to proceed.