Monthly Archives: September, 2022

Rule Of Law In Malaysia Lacks Education For Skills

Law practice and court room skills ultimately come from the power of language, wide reading, ability to think, and ability to fathom the judge's thinking on the rule of law!

Anwar Ibrahim Woos Malay And Opposition In Parliament

If Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim has his way, the Bersatu Party for one may be politically buried long before the leaders in court are fined and jailed, and jailed further in default on the fines!

Europe Braces For Mobile Network Blackouts This Winter

Europe has nearly half a million telecom towers and most of them have battery backups that last around 30 minutes to run the mobile antennas.

Ex-AG Tommy Thomas’ Day In Court On Law In Malaysia

There’s grave cause for public concern on reported 19 problem areas in Tommy Thomas' memoirs, ‘My Story: Justice in the Wilderness’ on law!

Hurricane Ian Intensifies As Millions Flee Florida

The National Hurricane Center upgraded Ian to a "extremely dangerous" Category 4 hurricane, but said the storm would weaken slightly once it reached land.

17 Dead, 3 Injured In China Restaurant Fire

China restaurant owner detained, those injured rushed to hospital A fire at a restaurant in northeastern China killed 17 people and injured three, according to...

Mat Kilau Actor Adi Putra Is Now Selangor BN Youth Icon

The Mat Kilau hero will help BN Youth in other states as well

Security Tightens As Brazil Violence Over Upcoming Elections Heat Up

The day after a Workers Party (PT) official was shot dead by a supporter of far-right Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro in July, the Federal Police guarding his leftist campaign rival sent a classified memo to senior colleagues across Brazil.

If RM Declines Further, Bank Negara Chief Must Be Sacked, Like Anwar

Finance Minister Anwar Ibrahim was sacked in 1998 when he failed to crack down on local speculators in RM, Bank Negara Chief making the same mistake!

Two-year Flood Mitigation Project Along LPT1 To Start October

Motorists travelling East on LPT1 may face some disruptions as concessionaire & DID work hard to avert floods Motorists plying Kuala Lumpur-Karak Highway (KLK) and...

Iran Claims The Us Is Attempting To Undermine It Through Unrest

TEHRAN - Iran accused the US on Monday of attempting to destabilise the country by using protests sparked by the death of a woman...

Despite Weak Market, Grab Sees No Layoffs

SINGAPORE - Grab, Southeast Asia's largest ride-hailing and food delivery company, does not anticipate mass layoffs, as some competitors have, and is selectively hiring...

Giorgia Meloni Expected To Be Prime Minister As Italians Vote

ROME - On Sunday, Italians voted in an election that is expected to return the country's most right-wing government since World War II and pave the way for Giorgia Meloni to become the country's first female prime minister. When the most recent opinion polls were released two weeks ago, a right-wing alliance led by Meloni's Brothers of Italy fascist party...

QE II Pledged Monarchy Would ‘Go Quietly’ If Time Comes

The passage of Queen Elizabeth II at 96 years, after reigning like forever but for 70 years, was like a bolt from the blue for the English Monarchy.