Positive test could spell the end for Lee Chong Wei
Positive test could spell the end for Lee Chong Wei

Lee Chong Wei has dominated the world rankings without ever capturing one of badminton`s biggest prizes and now the Malaysian`s hopes of a last shot at glory appear likely to have ended in an Oslo laboratory. 

Malaysian court overturns cross-dressing ban

 Punishing transgenders for cross-dressing contravenes freedom of expression, Malaysia`s court of appeal said Friday.

Malaysians accused of hacking US news website

The US-based Environment News Service on Friday accused Malaysian government hackers of shutting down its website after it ran a story on a new book implicating a senior politician in alleged graft.

MDMK chief Vaiko to leave for Malaysia

NDA ally, MDMK chief Vaiko on Thursday embarks on a week's tour of Malaysia and will participate in a string of events there including a Tamil conference.

Monkeys spreading malaria in Malaysia!
Monkeys spreading malaria in Malaysia!

The majority of malaria hospitalisations in Malaysia are now caused by a dangerous and potentially deadly monkey-borne parasite once rarely seen in humans, according to a research by a Malaysia-based Indian scholar.

'Malaysia's success in maintaining peace has impressed Modi'

Prime Minister Najib Razak has said that multi ethnic Malaysia's success in maintaining peace and harmony has impressed Indian Premier Narendra Modi and he wished to know how it was made possible.

Malaysia Airlines sees first lawsuit on missing Flight MH370

Two children of a passenger on Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 have sued the company and the Malaysian government for damages, the first lawsuit to be filed over the aircraft which disappeared in March.

Malaysian state orders headscarves for women workers in market

All Muslim women employees in supermarkets, food outlets and other business centres in a Malaysian state have been ordered to wear headscarves or face a fine, triggering yet another controversy in this multi- ethnic Muslim majority country.

Malaysian woman charged for supporting IS militant group

A 25-year-old Malaysian Muslim woman was on Friday charged by a court here for giving support to the Islamic State (IS) militant group.

Militants threaten to behead Malaysian captive

 Abu Sayyaf militants have threatened to behead a Malaysian captive if ransom is not paid in November.

Thailand on alert as Khalistan terrorist on loose

Security officials guarding the border checkpoint in Thailand's Narathiwat province have been put on alert following reports that a Khalistani terrorist has fled for this country and may sneak across the southern border into Malaysia.

Malaysia urges Muslim world to give education top priority

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said here Tuesday that education should be given top priority in the Muslim world.

Malaysian diplomat on sex attack charge granted bail

 A Malaysian diplomat accused of a sex attack on a young woman here in May was granted bail on his second appearance since his extradition in the Wellington District Court Tuesday.

Anwar defiant as Malaysia top court hears sodomy appeal

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim vowed Tuesday to go down "fighting a corrupt government" as Malaysia`s top court began hearing his appeal against a sodomy conviction that would send him back to jail and out of active politics.

Dubai, Malaysia ink pacts to create global halal trade network

Dubai and Malaysia have inked a number of MoUs and agreements to create a global halal trade network aimed at generating investment opportunities and strengthening multilateral trade among halal-based industries.

Malaysia to get doping test result next month
Malaysia to get doping test result next month

A Malaysian athlete, widely reported to be badminton world number one Lee Chong Wei, will find out the results of a second doping test next month after a first test came back positive, a newspaper said Saturday.

Malaysian envoy in New Zealand police custody on sex charge

A Malaysian military attache extradited to New Zealand to face an attempted rape charge was remanded in custody following a brief court appearance on Saturday.

Ethnic Indian crawls for 3 days after car crash in Malaysia

 A 33-year-old Indian man, who was seriously injured in a car crash that killed another ethnic Indian, crawled for three days in a Malaysian jungle before he finally found an isolated settlement to seek help.

India warns Malaysian employers not to ill-treat Indians

 India on Friday warned Malaysian employers that it will withdraw their privileges if there is evidence of abuse and ill-treatment of Indian employees.

Malaysian state bars foreigners from cooking in roadside stalls

 Authorities in the northwestern Malaysian state of Penang have barred foreigners from cooking in popular hawker stalls in a bid to preserve local food and tastes, media reported Friday.: