The apex court allows the Petaling Jaya MP to raise three questions of law.
Harapan leaders sworn in as ministers have been removed from the state blacklist.
UPDATED 1.32PM | Her challenge to ban imposed in 2016 is academic, rules a three-member Court of Appeal bench.
Lawyer groups, however, say such travel bans are lawful if placed on those probed for criminal acts.
UPDATED 3.36PM | A check by Malaysiakini reveals that the four have been barred from travelling abroad.
Ban targeting six Muslim-majority countries violates the US Constitution by discriminating on the basis of religion.
This follows the High Court's dismissal of the cartoonist's bid to challenge the ban.
The judge states the application was without merit and orders Zunar to pay RM5k in costs.
UPDATED 3.50PM | The MP is refused leave to appeal ban on his travel to Yogyakarta, two years ago.
Device aimed at reducing congestion to be installed at the KLIA departure hall next month.
Travel bans a clever means to distract the rakyat from the issues plaguing Malaysia.
It could potentially result in overall changes in the system criticised for infringing on a person's rights, they add.
Surendra Ananth says the appellate court has relied on an older set of precedents in its judgment.
YOURSAY | 'Denying Pua from travelling is exercising dictatorial power.'
Dismissing DAP lawmaker's challenge against travel ban may be 'politically motivated', says human rights group.
YOURSAY | ‘I can't understand why I have no right to know why I am barred from travelling.’
MP SPEAKS | Recent decisions handed down by the bench are mystifying, to say the least.
'The Immigration Act is similar to other draconian laws like the Poca and Pota'.
Travelling abroad is a privilege which can be revoked under certain circumstances, says Justice Idrus Harun.
The travel ban was imposed on the cartoonist last year.
UPDATED 6.25PM | Immigration Department confirms the Tamilnadu politician was denied entry at KLIA.
'We need the courts to give us back our rights,' tweets Trump hot on the heels of London's deadly attacks.
UPDATED 5.10PM | Law clearly states Home Ministry, Immigration Dept decisions cannot be subjected to judicial review, it rules.
It would be hypocritical to criticise North Korea while imposing travel bans on our own citizens, says cartoonist.
Latheefa said the judge had decided against similar cases like this with regard to Tony Pua and Hishamudin Rais.
'I was really looking forward to this exhibition. It is my first ever solo in a museum,' he says.
Fahmi Reza says he 'fought the law' and won with regard to being blacklisted by the immigration.
He finds out about travel ban when checking with Immigration Dept in anticipation of his Taiwan trip next week.
UPDATED 12.40PM | Zunar seeks judicial review on travel ban which was sought by the police.