Hasnah Rahman

Datin Hasnah is the co-founder and CEO of New Malaysia Herald based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With an extensive background in mass communication and journalism, she works on building up New Malaysia Herald and it's partner sites. A tireless and passionate evangalist, she champions autism studies and support groups. Datin Hasnah is also the Editor in Chief of New Malaysia Herald.

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With the Premier League over, the FA Cup could salvage some pride for United and even give Ten Hag a chance to keep going at United next season.
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Shahrol: No Deal Struck With Gov’t To Have Suit Dropped

Former 1MDB CEO Datuk Shahrol Azrai is unaware why the Malaysian gov't dropped him as a defendant in the 1MDB subsidiary SRC International RM5.64 billion suit against former premier Datuk Seri Najib Razak and the company's former CEO, Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil, and denies striking any deal with the authorities

Jasmine Loo Not Pursued For Charges, Has A Deal Been Struck?

Former 1MDB lawyer Jasmine Loo was first charged in absentia in December 2018 when she was accused of laundering US$5 million and US$999,975, being proceeds of unlawful activity received into the account of River Dee International SA (BVI) in Falcon Private Bank AG in Zurich, but to date the charges have yet to be pursued, giving rise to speculations about a possible deal with the authorities

1MDB: Witness Statements Indicate A High-Level Conspiracy To Mislead Najib

From the number of statements made by Jasmine Loo during the course of her taking the witness stand, it is obvious that the top level management and certain parties involved with 1MDB would keep former Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Razak in the dark about some of the dealings and used his name as purportedly giving approval to some of the project developments.

1MDB Trial Halted For Today As Najib Is Unwell

Attending Medical Officer Dr Hafiz Husni said under oath that the former Prime Minister suffers low blood pressure and pulse, as well as diarrhoea and severe abdominal pain, and is giving him medical leave for two days. However, the attending judge for the 1MDB trial will only accept leave for today (Tuesday)

Jasmine Loo Admits That 1MDB-PSI Joint Venture Was A Fraud

After much prodding from defence counsel Tan Sri Shafee Abdullah, former 1MDB general counsel Jasmine Loo admits that the joint-venture agreement between 1MDB and PSI was purely a scam

SRC: Shahrol Shifts All Blame On Najib, Pleads Ignorance

In what is an obvious effort to minimise his error in neglecting to do further due diligence on the investments by SRC, Shahrol said he took things that were proposed to him by Nik Faisal at "face value", including the fact that the latter may be telling former Prime Minister Najib a different story altogether

1MDB: Jasmine Loo Grilled On Her Dealings with Jho Low

During the 1MDB trial, defence counsel Shafee Abdullah asked Loo why Jho Low's character cannot be generalised when he is obviously a crook of the highest order, but his client's (Najib's) character was heavily generalised and his liberty at stake, Low's is not and he could be on the beach somewhere while Najib is in the dock!

1MDB: Jasmine Loo Denied Striking A Deal To Have Charges Dropped

When questioned, the former 1MDB director said that she was unaware of the charges against her and has left it to her lawyers to look into it

Comments By Isham Jalil Was An Insult To Judiciary Or Right To Free Speech?

While the High Court granted leave for the AG to initiate contempt of court proceeding against Isham Jalil, his lawyer, Tan Sri Azhar argued that his client is entitled to Freedom of Speech

Jasmine Loo Appears To Be Jho Low’s Party Girl

The star witness of the 1MDB-Tanore Trial, the firm's former legal counsel, Jasmine Loo today admitted that she had gone to parties all over the world and fraternised with celebrities like Leonardo Di Caprio, David Beckham and supermodel Adriana Lima, all purportedly friends of rogue fugitive Jho Low.

Malaysia: Palestinians SHOULD Be Granted The Right To Self-Determination

Malaysia's Foreign Minister presented the country's stand at the International Court of Justice and stressed on all States and the United Nations to push for the rights of the Palestinians and that Israel must cease the continuing violation of the occupied territories

Jho Low Threatened Jasmine Loo Not To Return to Malaysia

1MDB trial's star witness Jasmine Loo said Jho Low swore to make her life a living hell if she returned to Malaysia