The Sri Dharma Munisverar temple was reported to have been damaged in an incident though the extent of the damage was yet to be ascertained, Deputy Chief Minister Dr P Ramasamy said.
Fahmi Reza, a Malasian cartoonist, faces a possible one-year prison sentence and 50,000 ringgit (USD 12,200) fine.
As the previous board dissolved following a parliamentary inquiry into the state fund, Malaysian Finance Ministry appointed a new board of directors for scandal-hit 1 Malaysia Development Berhad.
Decades after, the Australian soldiers who were buried in cemeteries in Malaysia and Singapore after war are being brought back to their homes.
Authorities have begun enforcing a law that allows them to bar citizens who discredit or ridicule the government from travelling abroad.
The expulsion of the 32 suspects from Malaysia in April came after another group of Taiwanese fraud suspects were sent to China from Kenya, a move described by Taiwan as “abduction”.
The ministry says the incident happened early Friday evening.
Court of Appeal held that the rules for Sharia lawyers mandating that only Muslims can be admitted as Sharia lawyers did not contravene the Federal Constitution governing equality, liberty and right to form associations.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, the deputy premier, said the militants also planned to kidnap Malaysia’s top leaders and carry out attacks in the administrative capital, Putrajaya.
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will seek a review of the decision with an independent government panel, it said in a statement but did not specify if it recommended charges against 62-year-old Najib.
Investigators believe MH370 ran out of fuel and crashed somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean, sparking one of the biggest mysteries in aviation history.
Malaysia’s Rayani Air took to the skies over the weekend with a clear bailiwick.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Malaysia: Here are the highlights of the joint statement with Najib Razak.
Modi called for a new global resolve and new strategies to combat terrorism, without balancing it against political considerations and said no country should use or support terrorism.
“We will not allow these killers to have a safe haven,” Obama said at a business conference on the sidelines of a summit of Southeast Asian leaders that Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak opened earlier.