Monthly Archives: November 2015

Obama says spoke to Najib of transparency, accountability

© Provided by The Malay Mail Online US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak (right) talk during the gala dinner at the 27th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. KUALA LUMPUR, … Continue reading

Posted in Corruption, MoCS (Sarawak), Najib Abdul Razak

After meeting US president, Ambiga says Obama ‘well aware’ of Malaysia’s issues

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 — US President Barack Obama was familiar with the problems facing Malaysia including corruption and the erosion in the rule of law, said civil society leaders who met with him today. Negaraku patron Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan … Continue reading

Posted in NGO's

Najib’s in-law threatens store after being accused of taking 12 Hermes bags

Maira Nazarbayeva, the mother of Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s son-in-law, is in the spotlight after allegedly using the prime minister’s name to threaten the president of a business. 20 Nov 2015: Maira Nazarbayeva, the mother of Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s … Continue reading

Posted in Foreign News, Najib Abdul Razak

Negotiators in a tight spot over last-minute ransom increase

by muguntan vanar, ruben sario, sharon ling, andzulazhar sheblee KOTA KINABALU: Negotiators who were working to secure the release of Malaysian engineer Bernard Then (pic) were caught off guard when the Abu Sayyaf upped the ransom demand. The initial agreement … Continue reading

Posted in Sarawak, Terrorism

All religions are beautiful but made ugly by some people

            COMMENTS by Theantdaily readers Oh Malaysia: I agree with the Sarawakian Malay, Zainal Yunos. Islam is about peace, love, compassion and harmony. Are the Malays in the peninsula ignorant of these noble values in Islam or are they … Continue reading

Posted in Religion

Putrajaya is to be blamed for Bernard Then’s execution

by V Shuman QUICK TAKE: Malaysia has another first, and it is a dubious honour we can definitely do without. We may have a local hostage beheaded by Sulu militants, depending on which authority and news report you wish to … Continue reading

Posted in MoCS (Sarawak)

Please be sensitive, do not make Islam so ugly in Sarawak!

         COMMENTS by Theantdaily readers Zainal Yunos: I think that appointing an ustaz from Kelantan as the principal of SMK Sungai Paoh is yet another insensitive act of the Education Ministry. After all, the majority of the students there are … Continue reading

Posted in Religion, Sarawak