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Being of Malaysian blood

Being of Malaysian blood

IN conjunction with Merdeka Day on 31 Aug and Malaysia Day on 16 Sept, BFM 89.9 is currently featuring a series of interviews called Bloodlines with prominent personalities about their ancestral heritage and their Malaysian identity. These conversations are with Malaysians The Nut Graph has interviewed for its Found in Malaysia series. These individuals are […]

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80% chance of homicide in Teoh’s case

80% chance of homicide in Teoh’s case

Teoh Beng Hock suffered several injuries before his fall SHAH ALAM, 21 Oct 2009: Well-known Thai pathologist Dr Porntip Rojanasunan told the coroner’s court here today that there was an 80% possibility of homicide and 20% chance of suicide in the death of political aide Teoh Beng Hock.  Testifying in English, she said Teoh suffered […]

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“We were not raised to see differences”

“We were not raised to see differences”

HUMAN rights lawyer and activist Malik Imtiaz Sarwar recently won the Bindmans Law and Campaigning award for his work on human rights. Malik, who says he always knew he wanted to be a lawyer, has worked on some precedent-setting cases, including the Apcet 2 remand hearing, and the Lina Joy conversion case that earned him […]

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Raja Petra seeks review on recusal

PUTRAJAYA, 20 Feb 2009: Malaysia Today editor Raja Petra Kamarudin has sought a review of Tuesday’s Federal Court decision in refusing to recuse Justice Datuk Augustine Paul from hearing the Home Minister’s appeal against his release from detention under the Internal Security Act (ISA). He filed the motion under Rule 137 of the Federal Court […]

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