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Mahathir leaves his mark at Africa Conference

DAKAR – Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad may have spent only a few hours at the conference on Africa here on Thursday but, within that timeframe, he imparted gems of knowledge and insight on governance and development that may prove useful for African nations.

Chief Justice to file affidavit-in-reply to suit by Karpal's daughter

KOTA KINABALU -- Chief Justice of Malaysia Tan Sri Richard Malanjum will file an affidavit in reply to the legal suit filed by  the late  Karpal Singh’s daughter  in connection with the alleged interference by the judiciary in the outcome of her father’s sedition case and on the religious conversion of three Hindu children. Malanjum said he would respond to the suit by lawyer Sangeet Kaur Deo.

Farid Kamil's signature on two forms not the same - witness

PETALING JAYA -- The Magistrate’s Court was today told that actor-cum-director Datuk Farid Kamil Zahari had signed differently on two forms  pertaining to a urine test conducted on him last year. Corporal Muhammad Iskandar Ali, 29, of the Putrajaya police headquarters, said of the forms was required to be signed by Farid Kamil before taking the urine test and the other after the test which was conducted at the Narcotic Division of the Petaling Jaya police headquarters on Jan 11 last year.

Camerons by-election: Melaka Exco regrets being accused of splitting Malay votes

MELAKA -- Melaka Public Works, Transport and Public Amenities Committee chairman Datuk Mohd Sofi Abdul Wahab regrets the actions of certain quarters linking him to Cameron Highlands parliamentary by-election independent candidate Sallehuddin Ab Talib to split Malay votes.

EC needs to review voting period for Camerons by-election -Annuar

TANAH RATA -- The Election Commission (EC) has been asked to review the voting period at some of the polling centres (PDM) for the Cameron Highlands by-election on Jan 26.