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Making it safer for women

Wanita MCA has declared its commitment to make this year and the next the years of peace and safety.

CJ welcomes judicial committee

Chief Justice Datuk Abdul Hamid Mohammad welcomes the setting up of a judicial committee, saying it is a policy decision for the Executive to make.

Ex-minister had no intention of outraging my modesty, says lounge promoter

The woman who alleged that a former Cabinet minister had outraged her modesty now wants to withdraw her report, claiming she 'misunderstood' the incident.

Girl, baby under hospital’s care

The 13-year-old student believed to have dumped her newborn baby in a school toilet in Limbang will not be placed under formal detention even though the police have obtained a remand order for her.

90 lawyers appointed APPs to help cops and in courts

Ninety lawyers have been roped in as Assistant Public Prosecutors (APPs) to assist Deputy Public Prosecutors (DPPs) to expedite the handling of cases in the lower courts.

Khaled makes poverty eradication his priority

Wiping out poverty will be one of the priorities of the Entrepreneur and Co-operative Development Ministry, said its newly-appointed Minister Datuk Mohamed Khaled Nordin.

Council to have reps at talks over court revamp

Representatives of the Bar Council will be allowed to sit in during discussions on how best to restructure the Industrial Court system, said Human Resources Minister Datuk Dr Fong Chan Onn.

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.

Indonesian sect leader jailed for "blasphemy"

JAKARTA (Reuters) - An Indonesian court on Wednesday sentenced an Islamic sect leader to four years in prison for

Abdul Kudus to face charge of false declaration to MPAJ

Former enforcement chief of the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council Kapt (Rtd) Abdul Kudus Ahmad will be charged with falsely declaring that he was not a bankrupt when accepting his post in the local council.