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Senior lawyer: Messages linking me to claims that court decisions can be influenced are blatantly false
PETALING JAYA: Former Bar Council president Datuk Lim Chee Wee has denied sending several text messages to a foreign client suggesting court decisions can be influenced.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Bar has condemned the behaviour of one of its members who had allegedly tried to fix a case and tarnished the reputation of the judiciary.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian court on Wednesday cleared journalist Priya Ramani of criminal defamation charges brought by former union minister M. J. Akbar after she publicly accused him of sexual assault in 2018.
PETALING JAYA: The controversial memoir by Tan Sri Tommy Thomas is a "tragedy of generalisation" but it should not be banned as it is the former attorney general's right to exercise his freedom of expression, says Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Birthday greetings took a different turn when a group of friends decided to have the public in Bukit Minyak join them in wishing their friend.
A hotel agreed to drop charges against an American guest who faces up to five years in jail for posting negative reviews as long as he issues a public apology for his comments.
BANGKOK, Oct 9 (Reuters): A hotel in Thailand agreed on Friday to drop charges against an American guest who faces up to five years in jail for posting negative reviews as long as he issues a public apology for his comments.
Labour activists, journalists and whistleblowers in Thailand have been targets in recent years of criminal defamation lawsuits for exposing alleged corporate wrongdoing, but now a disgruntled hotel guest has joined their ranks and could face prison time for his online comments disparaging a hotel.
Hiding from Myanmar’s police, journalist Aung Marm Oo (pic) refuses to conceal his anger with the civilian government led by Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi as his country prepares for an election later this year.
YANGON (Reuters): Hiding from Myanmar's police, journalist Aung Marm Oo refuses to conceal his anger with the civilian government led by Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi as his country prepares for an election later this year.