Monday, March 28, 2011


No to indelible ink to deter voting fraud, says Nazri
KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 25: The Election Commission's decision not to use indelible ink to mark voters' fingers, a practice used in many countries to ensure a person votes only once, is final.
MPs question choice for costlier LRT proposal
KUALA LUMPUR, March 25: The government has been taken to task for awarding the Light Rail Transit (LRT) extension project to a company which quoted higher than other credible contractors.
The Star yet to own up to false news on Hadi
KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 24: Although Chinese daily Nanyang Siang Pau has apologised to PAS president Tuan Guru Abdul Hadi Awang over a report which attributed a statement on gambling to him, English daily The Star has yet to do the same.
'Can't you wait another day?' - Mahfuz to EC
KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 24: PAS vice president Mahfuz Omar has blasted the Election Commission for fixing nomination day for the Sarawak state election on April 6, when parliamentary proceedings are underway.
Razaleigh on flaws of Najib's leadership style
KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 24: Delivering a speech on leadership of the future, veteran UMNO leader Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah criticised prime minister Najib Razak’s approach, saying it was not right to expect people to trust the leader's judgement.
PAS VP not eyeing number two post
TEMERLOH, Mar 24: PAS vice president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man said he was not eyeing the party's deputy president's post in the coming party elections scheduled in June.