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The DAP will soon begin negotiations with Parti Keadilan Rakyat on seat allocation for the next general election, said secretary-general Kerk Kim Hock.
An evening of song and dance set the motion for another rally for peace in the Klang Valley.
THE Prison (Amendment) Bill 2003 was passed enabling the treatment, supervision and care of mentally disturbed prisoners to be carried out in accordance with the Mental Health Act 2001.
Ten women MPs put aside their political differences yesterday and demanded that the authorities take stern action to prevent rising crime, especially following the brutal rape and murder of Canny Ong.
A group of Canny Ong#8217;s former schoolmates have decided to preserve her memory by starting an awareness campaign with the media, focusing mainly on violence against women and safety measures.
Opposition parties have in principle agreed to go on a #8220;one-on-one#8221; fight against the Barisan Nasional to deny the ruling coalition a #8220;free run#8221; in the upcoming general election.
BANKS have come under fire from MPs who are upset with what they say are unfair charges, absurd rules and incompetency.
The High Court Thursday allowed I>China Press/I>#8217; application to strike out a RM26mil defamation suit filed against the daily, which is named as the second defendant.
SELANGOR is among other states including Kelantan and Terengganu that have objected to the Federal Government's decision to take over the management of water in the country, Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said.
A backbencher's comment on the marital status of a woman MP landed him in hot soup when the latter gave him a taste of his own medicine.