Monthly Archives: November 2012

‘BN scandals, not Pakatan policy, bankrupting Malaysia’

It is not Pakatan Rakyat’s proposed policies but BN’s continued wastage, as shown in numerous government scandals, that will cause the country to be “bankrupt”, the DAP says. “Without even going into the details of the accusations about Pakatan Rakyat … Continue reading

Posted in Barisan Nasional, DAP Updates, Najib Abdul Razak

Ex-IGP accuses Hisham of meddling with PDRM

By Andrew Ong Former inspector-general of police Musa Hassan claimed today the police force under him faced interference from Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein. At a press conference in Petaling Jaya, Musa said Hishammuddin had once given instructions directly to junior … Continue reading

Posted in Police

How to lose votes and alienate folk

By Mariam Mokhtar The Himpunan Hijau (Green Gathering) activists are a credit to the rakyat, which is more that can be said for the Umno leaders who are green with envy that the march which started with 70 people from … Continue reading

Posted in Civil Service, UMNO

PAS veep to PM: Explain Altantuya link

Now that the ghost of Altantuya Shaariibuu has once again appeared to haunt Najib Abdul Razak as Umno delegates meet at the party’s 66th general assembly, the prime minister is urged to explain his family’s involvement in the scandal. PAS … Continue reading

Posted in Crime, Najib Abdul Razak, PAS

‘Bala’s U-turn foiled Anwar-Umno’s Altantuya expose’

By Niegl Aw The hastily drafted second statutory declaration (SD) by private investigator P Balasubramaniam, who had withdrawn his earlier accusation linking Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak to Mongolian national Altantuya Shaariibuu, was part of an effort to thwart a … Continue reading

Posted in Corporate world, Crime, Najib Abdul Razak

Deepak ousted after revolt over his media interviews

By Nigel Aw Carpet mogul Deepak Jaikishan announced today he will resign from all companies where he is a director after they revolted against him for his series of interviews with the media on the controversy surrounding murdered Mongolian national … Continue reading

Posted in Corporate world, Najib Abdul Razak

Deepak says he paid Najib’s family for land deal

By Nigel Aw EXCLUSIVE Businessperson Deepak Jaikishan claimed that he paid the family of Najib Abdul Razak an undisclosed sum for the premier’s intervention to allow him to come in as a party in a Defence Ministry project deal. According … Continue reading

Posted in Corporate world, Najib Abdul Razak

‘Miracle’ image draws thousands to church

By Anisah Shukry According to volunteers at the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, thousands have come to see the window pane since it was transferred here from the Sime Darby Hospital last week. PETALING JAYA: The glass panels bearing … Continue reading

Posted in Religion

Ambiga to Najib: Debate with Anwar

By RK Anand The Bersih co-chairperson wants the prime minister to accept the opposition leader’s challenge to a debate, saying it will allow Malaysians to judge who is best qualified to lead the nation. PETALING JAYA: With the next general … Continue reading

Posted in Ambiga Sreenevasan, Anwar Ibrahim, Bersih, Najib Abdul Razak

No God, not even Allah

 The Economist A MOB attacked Alexander Aan even before an Indonesian court in June jailed him for two and a half years for “inciting religious hatred”. His crime was to write “God does not exist” on a Facebook group he … Continue reading

Posted in Religion