A. Kugan case: Court fixes June 19 for decision

KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court will on June 19 deliver its decision in a suit filed by the family of luxury car theft suspect A. Kugan against the police and the government. Judge Datuk V.T Singham set the date after hearing submissions from the parties yesterday. Kugan’s mother N. Indra who filed the suit in…

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Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) vice-president Tian Chua and four other opposition activists were today charged in the Sessions Court here for making a seditious speech at a ceramah at the Chinese Assembly Hall two weeks ago. However, Tian Chua or his real name Chua Tian Chang, 50, together with the chairman of the Malaysian Undergraduates…

Deceased’s family: PM’s Dept harassing us

PETALING JAYA: The family of N Dharmendran have claimed that the Prime Minister’s Department and police are harassing them. Father of the deceased, V Narayanasamy, said he received multiple phone calls on May 27 from a person who claimed to be working with the PM’s department known as D Ravindran. “He told me that he…

Sugumar’s family almost out of options

PETALING JAYA: N Surendran, PKR vice president and lawyer for the family of C Sugumar, said today that the police and government are still refusing to cooperate with them even as his body is languishing at the morgue. Surendran said that the family has several options left to seek justice for Sugumar who died while…

Tian Chua, three others face sedition charge

KUALA LUMPUR: Four Pakatan politicians and activists were charged with sedition this morning at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court. PKR vice-president Tian Chua, PAS leader Tamrin Ghafar, Anything But Umno (ABU) activist Haris Ibrahim and Solidariti Mahasiswa Malaysia president Safwan Anang were charged with uttering seditious words during a May 13 forum. They were accused…