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Penang police free seven held over gathering

All the seven people who were arrested on Sunday for participating at a gathering in Gurney Drive have been released.

Hindraf rally in Penang: All 7 released

All the seven people who were arrested on Sunday for participating in a gathering at Gurney Drive in Penang have been released on police bail.

Apply for permit for gatherings: Police

Action will be taken against those who hold any assembly without a police permit, said George Town OCPD Asst Comm Azam Abd Hamid.

Hindraf wants ISA abolished and leader given treatment

Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) supporters held nationwide protests on Sunday to call for the abolition of the Internal Security Act (ISA), the freeing of ISA detainees and for detained Hindraf leader P. Uthayakumar to have proper medical treatment for his heart condition.

NGO calls for guidelines on selection of councillors

THE Selangor Government has been urged to announce its criteria and policies on the appointment of local councillors.

Mixed reaction to reform package

Twenty years ago, a crisis started a rot within Malaysia's judiciary. The perceived damage never healed until a week ago when some bold steps were taken to put things right. Many were happy with the news but some chose to remain sceptical.

From lawbreaker to lawmaker

He is one of Malaysia's best-known activists for human rights and political reform. Yet little is known about Tian Chua, Parti Keadilan Rakyat information chief and newly elected MP for Batu. He shares his life's story for the first time.

Social equity’s the new buzzword

Over the past month, the Pakatan Rakyat's Selangor coalition has slowly but steadily been finding its sense of balance.

Social equity’s the new buzzword

Over the past month, the Pakatan Rakyat's Selangor coalition has slowly but steadily been finding its sense of balance.

‘Rulers just exercising their rights’

The recent show of power by the palace in Perak and Terengganu should not be seen as an intervention, as long as the provisions in the constitution are observed, panellists in a forum said.