Group wants cops to stop rally inciting 'bloodbath'
Veteran activists Otai Reformasi say the gathering violates right to assemble as it threatens violence.
Abdul Rahman Dahlan says it won't be wise as Umno has so many problems as it is.
ANALYSIS Malaysiakini looks at legal avenues anti-Najib forces can use to oust him from office.
Salleh echoes PM in saying 'people power' can only be exercised through the ballot box.
Tengku Adnan says tabligh groups have come knocking, for addresses to be used in voter registration.
[UPDATED 8.20PM] The primary school students have been missing since Aug 23 and parents are distraught.
Lim Swee Say said he had no ill intention and natural that he would speak better of his own country.
UPDATED 2.34PM Tajuddin Rahman says offenders lucky Umno is "well-mannered" or they would have faced the fist.
Khalid Samad tells PAS leaders to zip it as how he tackles broken oath is between him and God.
He admits Najib is 'not so well-liked' by the grassroots, but blames the opposition for 'poisoning' minds.
The minister clarifies that she did not say that a no-confidence motion cannot be tabled in Parliament.
MP SPEAKS Kit Siang says the international PR disaster must be addressed immediately.