Malaysia awaits more information on MH370 debris

Malaysian Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai on Friday said he hoped that experts could provide more information on the debris of the Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.

India eye winning start in junior women's Asia Cup hockey
India eye winning start in junior women's Asia Cup hockey

All fired up after a month-long preparatory camp, India's junior women's hockey team will aim to make a confident start when it takes on South Korea in its opening pool match of the 7th Asia Cup in Changzhou, China on Saturday.

Search ramps up as toll in Malaysia boat tragedy hits 15

Malaysian authorities on Friday stepped up a search for survivors from a boat that sank while crammed with Indonesian migrants as the death toll rose to 15, the Malaysian coastguard said.

France confirms wing part found on Reunion is from Flight MH370

 French prosecutors confirmed Thursday that a wing part found on a remote Indian Ocean island was from ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, a month after tests on the flaperon began.

Only 7% Pakistanis have faith in Narendra Modi
Only 7% Pakistanis have faith in Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi, who became the Indian Prime Minister after securing a huge victory in the 2014 General Election, has huge support in Vietnam.

At least 14 killed as boat capsizes off Malaysia

A boat believed to be carrying dozens of Indonesian illegal immigrants capsized off the coast of Malaysia on Thursday, killing at least 14 people, 13 of them women, maritime officials said.

Malaysia's economy in stronger position to meet any incoming storms: Najib

The Malaysian economy is in a stronger position than it was during the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis to bear any "incoming storms", Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Thursday.

Swiss freeze millions amid investigations of Malaysian fund

Swiss authorities said on Wednesday they had frozen funds in Swiss banks amid investigations of Malaysia`s troubled state investment fund, 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), on suspicion of corruption and money laundering. 

Malaysia police to question Mahathir on anti-PM comments at rally

 Malaysian police will call former premier Mahathir Mohamad to give a statement on allegations he made against Prime Minister Najib Razak at an anti-government rally in Kuala Lumpur on the weekend, a police spokeswoman said on Wednesday.

Malaysian police summons anti-PM protest organisers

The organisers of a massive weekend demonstration demanding the Malaysian prime minister's removal over corruption allegations today said they had been summoned by police, after the government earlier threatened they could face charges.

Malaysian police summon anti-PM protest organisers

The organisers of a massive weekend demonstration demanding the Malaysian prime minister`s removal over corruption allegations said Tuesday they had been summoned by police, after the government earlier threatened they could face charges.

Defiant Malaysian PM Najib Razak refuses to step down

Beleaguered Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak on Monday refused to resign over a USD 700 million financial scandal and scorned protesters who took to the streets at the weekend to call for his dismissal over the issue, saying he will not let instigators destroy the nation.

Malaysia PM Najib Razak reasserts command with National Day parade

 Malaysia`s government reclaimed the streets of the capital Monday after massive weekend protests demanding the premier`s ouster, staging its own show of force with National Day celebrations attended by thousands.

Pressure rises on Malaysian PM as ex-leader backs protests

Pressure mounted Sunday on Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak as influential former leader Mahathir Mohamad threw his weight behind mass protests demanding the premier`s ousting over a financial scandal.

Protests against Malaysian PM persist, govt warns of retaliation

Thousands of Malaysian demonstrators turned central Kuala Lumpur yellow for a second straight day Sunday with a rally demanding Prime Minister Najib Razak`s resignation over a corruption scandal, as the government threatened action against organisers.

President greets Malaysia, Kyrgyz Republic on National Day eve

President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday extended his greetings and felicitations to the governments and people of Trinidad and Tobago, Malaysia and Kyrgyz Republic on the eve of their National Day.

Pressure mounts on Malaysian PM as protests spill into second day

Thousands gathered for a second day of protests on Sunday to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Najib Razak over a multi-million-dollar financial scandal, their spirits lifted by unexpected support from Malaysia`s longest-serving leader.

Malaysians gather in capital to demand reform, PM`s ouster
Malaysians gather in capital to demand reform, PM`s ouster

 Thousands of Malaysians streamed into central Kuala Lumpur on Saturday to call for the prime minister`s ouster over corruption allegations and demand broader reforms, spurning warnings by police who have declared the rally illegal.

Malaysia blocks protesters'' website on eve of mass rally

Malaysian authorities have blocked access to the website of a civil society group that called for massive anti-government demonstrations this weekend, while a domestic news portal said the military could intervene if the protests get out of hand.

Malaysia to block websites promoting anti-government rally

Malaysia will block websites attempting to spread information about a two-day rally due to be staged in three cities this weekend by a pro-democracy group demanding Prime Minister Najib Razak`s resignation.