F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone grants Caterham two-race break
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone grants Caterham two-race break

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has told the ailing Caterham team they can miss the next two Grand Prix without penalty as administrators continue their quest to find a buyer for the perennial backmarkers.

Woman doctor among 22 Malaysians with IS in Syria

A 26-year-old woman doctor was among the 22 Malaysians in Syria reportedly involved in the activities of terrorist group Islamic State (IS), police here confirmed on Sunday.

Ukraine conflict death toll soars past 3,000: UN

The death toll in Ukraine`s conflict has soared past 3,000, likely by a significant margin, top UN human rights official Ivan Simonovic said Tuesday.

Thomas Bach hope for Nicol David`s Olympic squash bid
Thomas Bach hope for Nicol David`s Olympic squash bid

Malaysia`s world number one Nicol David said she still held out hope of getting squash into the Olympics as she kicked off her Asian Games title defence on Sunday.

Caterham keep Kamui Kobayashi for Singapore GP
Caterham keep Kamui Kobayashi for Singapore GP

Japanese Formula One driver Kamui Kobayashi has kept his Caterham seat for Sunday`s Singapore Grand Prix despite lingering uncertainty about his future at the struggling team.

Malaysia to send team to jet crash site in Ukraine

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak says the government aims to send a search team to the crash site in Ukraine of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 before winter sets in to gather physical evidence to prove it was shot down.

Lee Chong Wei joins main rivals in last 16 at World Badminton Championship
Lee Chong Wei joins main rivals in last 16 at World Badminton Championship

World number one Lee Chong Wei marched on in his bid for an elusive world championship title as he strolled into the last 16 to follow suit with his leading rivals in Copenhagen on Wednesday.

Ukraine allows Malaysian personnel deployment at MH17 crash site

The Ukraine parliament has ratified a bilateral agreement which allows up to 90 Malaysian non-military personnel to be deployed at the MH17 crash site, a statement said Wednesday.

Malaysia head threatens to pull team from Asian Games

Malaysian Hockey president Sultan Ahmad Shah has threatened to pull the men`s national team from next month`s Asian Games because of a lack of discipline as the fallout from a poor Commonwealth Games performance continues.

Two dead, nine missing as boat capsizes off Malaysia

Malaysian authorities on Tuesday were searching for nine people missing at sea after an overloaded fishing boat carrying illegal Indonesian migrants capsized off southern Malaysia, killing at least two.

AirAsia plane veers off runway upon landing in Brunei

An AirAsia flight from Malaysia to neighbouring Brunei veered off the runway upon landing today but all 109 people aboard were safe, the Malaysian budget carrier said.

Underdogs Tago, Intanon make Indonesia Open final

Top shuttler Lee Chong Wei was knocked out of the Indonesia Open in the semi-finals on Saturday in a shock loss to fourth-seed Kenichi Tago of Japan.

Malaysia PM launches legal action against news portal

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak Tuesday launched legal action against a leading independent news website known for its often harsh criticism of the long-ruling government, the portal said.

Chinese, Filipino kidnapped in Malaysia rescued

A Chinese tourist and a Filipino worker have been rescued nearly two months after they were abducted from a resort off Borneo island, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said Friday.

Director of Malaysian plane film rushed promo

The director of a movie based on the Malaysian Airlines plane disappearance says he rushed the trailer of the project so he could bring it to the Cannes Film Festival.

Trick-shot Lee romps into Singapore semis

World number one Lee Chong Wei turned on the style and even had time to attempt a trick shot as he sped into the Singapore Open semi-finals on Friday.

Malaysia court throws out charge against opposition`s Anwar

A Malaysian court on Friday threw out illegal-assembly charges against opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim over his part in a 2012 rally that could have barred him from standing for election, his lawyer said.

Malaysian enslaved in London reunites with sister

One of the three women enslaved by a couple for 30 years in a London house after joining a Left-wing sect has now reunited with her elder sister, a media report said.

Two dead after plane crashes in Malaysian Borneo

Two people died and four others were injured when a passenger plane crashed into a house in eastern Malaysia`s Sabah state on Thursday, Malaysia Airlines said.

Philippines alarmed by alleged Malaysian abuses

Philippine officials o Sunday asked the Malaysian government to clarify news reports of Filipinos in Malaysia`s eastern Sabah state allegedly being mistreated by authorities.