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Letters

Going it alone out of despair

By SEAH CHIANG NEE

Nation

Kg Medan riot victim’s application thrown out

The Kuala Lumpur High Court Monday threw out an application by a victim of the Kampung Medan riots against the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) and five others for allegedly failing to conduct an inquiry into the March 2001 incident.

Nation

Company chairman's application to strike out suit dismissed

The High Court dismissed an application by the chairman of Tan Chong Sons Motor, Datuk Tan Heng Chew, to strike out a suit filed by his cousin, Tan Boon Pun, over two allegedly defamatory police reports.

Nation

Tabung Haji suit to proceed

The High Court has dismissed an appeal by a foreign exchange dealer over an earlier decision rejecting his application to strike out Lembaga Urusan Tabung Haji's suit against him and a company over investment losses of RM80mil.

Nation

Literature alive and kicking during debates

WHO says Malay literature, such as I>pantun /I>(Malay rhymes), has lost its charm and faded away in modern times? It was alive and kicking in the Dewan last week.

Nation

Tan Chong head wants uncle cited for contempt

Tan Chong Motor Holdings Bhd chairman Datuk Tan Heng Chew has initiated contempt proceedings against his 80-year-old uncle at the High Court.

Letters

Derring-do by foreign influx

By Seah Chiang Nee

Lifestyle

Nothing justifies domestic violence

I FEEL compelled to respond to Sue#8217;s letter, Finding the strength to stay on (I>Speaking Up/I>, June 17). We must not send the wrong message, especially to those women out there, who will continue to suffer in silence. God only knows the actual number, but my guess is it#8217;s in the thousands.

Nation

Court asks why oil royalties were paid

B>KUALA LUMPUR:/BThe Court of Appeal queried why the Federal Government and Petronas paid billions of ringgit to Terengganu for 25 years when they knew that they need not have done so for oil extracted outside the coastal line of the state.

Nation

Court asks why oil royalties were paid

B>KUALA LUMPUR:/BThe Court of Appeal queried why the Federal Government and Petronas paid billions of ringgit to Terengganu for 25 years when they knew that they need not have done so for oil extracted outside the coastal line of the state.