Former Pemodalan Nasional Bhd chairperson and Guthrie CEO Abdul Khalid Ibrahim
will assume the post starting today.
Q&A: Islamic influence in judiciary worrying
Anuar Zainal Abidin, former chief judge of Malaya and former Suhakam commissioner, talks about creeping Islamisation in the courts, judicial corruption and Cherie Blair in the first of a three-part series.
Dont let Pak Lah-Dr M spat cloud real issues: Anwar
The public shouldn't allow the current verbal war between Pak Lah and Mahathir to distract them from the important issues affecting the nation, says the former deputy prime minister.
Kes Moorthy: Mahkamah Rayuan akan putuskan soal bidangkuasa
Sama ada mahkamah sivil atau mahkamah syariah yang mempunyai bidangkuasa mendengar permohonan isterinya S Kaliammal mengenai status keagamaan Moorthy ketika kematiannya.
Moorthy saga: Appellate court to decide
Whether the former army commando was a Muslim or Hindu at the time of his death is not the issue, says the Court of Appeal.
It's a 'no go' for Cherie Blair
The British PM's wife attempt to enter the Fawziah-Metramac legal tussle as a QC fails with the country's highest court declaring she has no 'exclusive expertise'.
Sukma pleads not guilty, given bail
Unlike eight years ago, the man accused of being sodomised by the former deputy premier, appears calm and confident at his retrial.
Sukma dituduh semula di Mahkamah Sesyen Kuala Lumpur
Adik angkat Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Sukma Darmawan Sasmitaat Madja dihadapkan semula di Mahkamah Sesyen Kuala Lumpur hari ini kerana tuduhan berkelakuan melampau batasan dengan membenarkan Anwar meliwatnya.
Should Cherie Blair take BM test?
The country's top court wants more arguments on whether the British PM's wife should be exempted from a BM test before deciding on her appeal to be admitted as a QC in the Fawziah-Metramac tussle.
Mahkamah batal hukuman ke atas Sukma, arah bicara semula
Pada 1999, Sukma Darmawan Sasmitaat dihukum enam bulan penjara berhubung tuduhan liwat yang membabitkan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
Sukma's sodomy rap quashed, retrial set
The Court of Appeal holds that the conviction of sodomy based on Sukma's written confession is 'manifestly unsafe.'
Vexatious litigant gets eight months
The 76-year old self-claimed arbitrator is sent to jail for contempt of court in breaching an order which prevented him from filing any court cases without the court's permission.
Federal Court sets date for Blairs appeal
Cherie Blair will have her appeal heard on Wednesday over the high court's decision not to allow her to appear for Fawziah Holdings.
Anwar kata, Pak Lah mesti jawab kritikan Dr M
Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi mesti menjawab kritikan Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad mengenai dasar-dasar negara yang dilaksanakan kerajaan pimpinannya, kata Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim hari ini.
Answer Dr M, Anwar tells Pak Lah
Not on personal issues but on those involving national policies as these involve the rakyat, says the former deputy premier.
High Court says no, Blair to appeal
The High Court rejects the English barrister's bid to represent Fawziah Holdings Sdn Bhd which faces toll collector Metramac Holdings in an appeal before the Federal Court next week.
PAS muktamar - seeking greener pastures
Certain quarters quip that the only exciting thing at the annual general assembly is the party's new RM2 million building. But they could be surprised.
Fawziah Holdings awaits decision on Blair
Can English barrister Cherie Blair appear before the Federal Court next week? The KL High Court will decide on Wednesday.
Cherie Blair no expert, High Court told
So says Metramac in arguing why the British prime minister's wife should not be allowed to represent construction company Fawziah Holdings in a RM65 million award involving the two companies.
Mafrel: Polls failed to meet int'l standards
Although polling proceeded smoothly, an election watchdog says there were other factors which 'marred' the process.