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THANKS to the Alice Smith School Foundation Tertiary Study Grant, Malaysian student Zhi Yan Lee, 19, will now be able to pursue chemical engineering at Pembroke College, Cambridge University.
Malaysia’s rule of law can only be upheld if these twin pillars remain independent and fearless.
PUTRAJAYA: Three bridal make-up artists lost their bid to obtain leave to review the 2015 Federal Court’s decision which set aside the Court of Appeal’s ruling that a provision in the Negri Sembilan syariah law against cross-dressers was unconstitutional.
SINGAPORE, July 27 (The Straits Times/ANN): Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Monday (July 27) that he has formed the strongest Cabinet he could, and will use the mandate Singaporeans have given him to vigorously deal with the severe economic and public health challenges confronting the nation.
BANGKOK, July 25 (Xinhua): A senior woman judge was on Friday named Thailand's first female president of the Supreme Court.
I JUST recently learnt from an international arbitration news site that the Malaysian government had reached an amicable settlement with the estate of Boonsom Boonyanit, a Thai national, some time in October 2018.
A DOMESTIC weekend getaway to rehabilitate constitutions and provide fresh inspiration (incidentally in the parliamentary constituency of the fourth and seventh Prime Minister) unavoidably included much discussion about threats to the national constitution and the aspirations of particular individuals (especially those surrounding the eighth Prime Minister and those vying to be the ninth and 10th).
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New York City prosecutors are very likely to obtain President Donald Trump's tax returns after a major U.S. Supreme Court ruling, but it may not happen before the Nov. 3 election if he argues in lower courts as expected that their request was too broad and made in bad faith, legal experts said.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Three Court of Appeal judges including two women were elevated to the Federal Court.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The conservative-majority U.S. Supreme Court, with Chief Justice Roberts leading the way, has distinctly staked out its independence from President Donald Trump by delivering a series of setbacks to him and his administration in pivotal cases.