Why the RCI on Tommy Thomas' memoir?
There is no need to agree with the former AG's allegations, but these can be countered in a proper manner without resorting to government-sanctioned probes.
Cabinet agrees to RCI on claims in ex-AG Thomas' memoir
Law minister Azalina Othman Said says the proposed RCI terms of commission will have a wider scope and will not be limited to the recommendations submitted by the special task force.
Task force, govt in bid to strike out ex-AG Thomas' suit over book probe
The application to strike out Tommy Thomas' lawsuit over the probe on his memoir will be filed before Dec 15.
Muhyiddin's challenges as PM amid Covid spread depicted in new book
It also covers Malaysia's efforts to obtain vaccines, the economic impact of the pandemic and the political turmoil faced by Muhyiddin.
‘Not a good judge of people’: Dr M on regrets over support for Najib, Anwar and others
The former prime minister gives his familiar take on Anwar Ibrahim, the man who was twice named as his successor for the top post.
Pua’s reaction shows I’m telling the truth, says Dr M
The former prime minister asks why Damansara MP Tony Pua would have responded otherwise.
My letter that angered Mahathir
Tony Pua clarifies the claims made by former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad in his latest memoir.
Guan Eng’s adviser was arrogant, Mahathir maintains after Pua’s denial
He says the aide behaved as though he were the minister instead of a political secretary.
Dr M prefers to believe crooked tycoon while I saved taxpayers’ money, says DAP’s Pua
He says he was asked to monitor issues surrounding the project but was never involved in negotiations with the property developer.
Dr M tells how he ‘put a stop’ to Guan Eng’s trusted adviser
The former prime minister gives an instance of how he said a DAP leader had provided ammunition to Umno cybertroopers.
‘Post-retirement’ Mahathir to ‘tell all’ in book
'Capturing Hope' lays out his story of his return to active politics and the events leading up to the 2018 polls and Pakatan Harapan's eventual fall from Putrajaya.
Book on censorship banned in Singapore
'Red Lines' has been deemed 'objectionable' because it contains reproductions of cartoons published by French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo, Singapore's regulator says.