Indonesia, Malaysia to get taste of Indian cinema
Indonesia, Malaysia to get taste of Indian cinema

Showcasing the massive impact of Indian cinema and the country's digital prowess, an exhibition on films is travelling to Indonesia and Malaysia.

Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia to trial new jet tracking system

Australia Sunday said it was trialling a "world first" system with Malaysia and Indonesia that increases the tracking of aircraft over remote oceans, allowing authorities to quickly react to abnormal situations such as the disappearance of MH370.

MH17 crash: Victims' kin can visit reconstructed wreckage site

Malaysian Transport minister Liow Tiong Lai Saturday said the relatives of passengers and crew of the crashed Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH17 can visit a reconstructed wreckage site in the Netherlands.

Aussie mum`s drug case postponed in Malaysia

Court proceedings in the case of an Australian woman charged with the capital crime of drug trafficking in Malaysia were pushed back by a month Friday due to delays completing a chemist report on the alleged contraband.

Jailed Malaysian leader Anwar Ibrahim's family seeks royal pardon

Jailed Malaysian Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's family has sought a royal pardon in a desperate final attempt to free the politician convicted of sodomising a former male aide.

Malaysian Indian Congress political woes anger ruling party

 Concerned over the infighting within MIC, Malaysia's largest ethnic Indian political party, the ruling coalition has asked it to resolve their differences politically.

Family of Malaysia`s Anwar seek royal pardon

 The family of Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim said Wednesday they had sought a royal pardon for his conviction on sodomy charges to reverse a "gross miscarriage of justice".

Marc Marquez leads on Day 2 of Sepang test
Marc Marquez leads on Day 2 of Sepang test

World champion Marc Marquez was the fastest rider at Malaysia`s Sepang circuit on Tuesday, day two of the second round of pre-season MotoGP winter testing.

Critics tear their hair over Malaysia PM`s wife

The wife of Malaysia`s prime minister, who is widely mocked over reports of her taste for luxury, drew fresh scorn on Tuesday after she complained about the rising cost of house calls from hairdressers and tailors.

Valentino Rossi leads the pack at Sepang test
Valentino Rossi leads the pack at Sepang test

Nine-times Grand Prix champion Valentino Rossi ruled the track at Malaysia`s Sepang circuit on Monday, the first day of the second round of pre-season MotoGP winter testing.

Chinese MH370 relatives criticise Malaysia Airlines

Grieving Chinese relatives of MH370 passengers blasted Malaysia Airlines on Friday, detailing a long list of complaints and traumas they said were suffered as a result of the flight`s mysterious disappearance 11 months ago.

Car bomb hits insurgency-plagued southern Thailand, 13 hurt

Suspected insurgents in southern Thailand on Friday detonated a car bomb that wounded 13 people and damaged buildings, police said.

Fresh inquiry into plight of Odia labourers in Malaysia

Odisha government has asked the labour department here to launch a probe into the reported plight of labourers from Ganjam who were working in Malaysia and submit a fresh report in the matter.

Malaysia PM calls policeman`s claims in 2006 murder `rubbish`

Malaysian Prime Minister on Thursday dismissed as "rubbish" a former police commando`s claim that he was ordered by "important people" to kill a woman linked to highly sensitive corruption allegations.

Malaysia detains teen girl trying to join Islamic State

Police have detained a 14-year-old girl suspected of trying to join the Islamic State (IS) terror group, the authorities said Thursday.

Chinese MH370 relatives protest at Malaysia PM`s office

Chinese relatives of MH370 passengers gathered outside the Malaysian prime minister`s office Wednesday to demand his government rescind its declaration that all on board the plane were presumed dead.

Malaysia`s Anwar in `deplorable` jail conditions: Daughter

 Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is jailed in "deplorable" conditions in a small cell equipped only with a thin foam mattress on the floor, a squat toilet and a bucket for bathing, his daughter said Monday.

Malaysia PM under scrutiny over wealth, opposition crackdown

Malaysia`s premier is under mounting scrutiny for cracking down on opponents, troubles in a strategic development fund and questions over his family assets, with even ruling-party conservatives questioning his leadership.

Police seize Malaysia cartoonist books

 Malaysian police Saturday seized a cache of books by one of the country`s best-known political cartoonists five days after the artist was detained for alleged sedition.

Malaysians mourn Islamic spiritual leader Nik Aziz's death

 Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat, a moderate Malaysian Islamic spiritual leader who studied in India and gained popularity for his advocacy for harsh Islamic criminal punishment in the multi-faith country, has died.