Judges rule that his notice of appeal was “ambiguous and defective”.
In an interview with Nanyang Siang Pau, he seeks to dispel talk of a rift with Anwar Ibrahim’s family.
Talks and interviews after Sodomy II conviction were his response to 'attacks on the judiciary'.
Apex court mantains that disciplinary action taken by university was not according to procedure.
MP SPEAKS | The attempts have only led to the reconciliation of old nemeses.
PKR urges voters to ensure the injustices done to prisoners of conscience will never be repeated.
The jailed PKR leader laments the country’s gone from bad to worse as he sat in jail.
Counsel claims allegations made by Anwar in bid to overturn his sodomy conviction border on the seditious.
UPDATED 2.42PM | 'Mahathir is prepared to change. He has been maligned enough," he says.
This will set the stage for clashes among PAS, BN and PKR in Anwar’s bastion.
Party leaders unaware of the banner put up 100 metres away from tonight's ceramah in Skudai.
MIC leader says he is doing this out of sympathy for Anwar's wife and daughter.
He also tells court there was no malice in the station's news report against the opposition leader.
He says this when testifying at the hearing of Maria Chin's defamation suit against Jamal Md Yunos.
'If TV3 acted in good faith, then why they did not contact me to verify. There is clear malice.'
UPDATED 3.51PM | Ex-opposition leader testifies at defamation hearing over allegation Karpal and he bribed the judiciary.
UPDATED 12.54PM | Lawyers remind the deputy minister a prisoner is entitled to his constitutional rights.
The jailed leader needs the approval of the Prisons Dept DG to do so, says deputy home minister.
In 1998, Mahathir shut the door. In 2018, Anwar is knocking again.
YOURSAY | It is 'laughable' that a regime would be afraid of a nonagenarian.
KINI ROUNDUP | Key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief.
N Surendran takes deputy minister to task for 'vilifying' his client with such a description.
COMMENT | The serious business of politics is now entertaining, akin to the slapstick comedy show.
Harapan's PM-designate says rivals have nothing to fear over the two former foes meeting.
The home minister maintains he does not interfere with Prisons Dept's operational matters.
Department says non-family members can only visit prisoners on the grounds of urgency.
Visitors must first obtain permission from the Prisons Dept, says deputy home minister.
Minister also says Mahathir showed no such interest when Anwar got a 'black eye' in 1998.
Both deserve credit for seeking to bring Najib and Umno to book, says The Australian.
UPDATED 10PM | 'Such things never happened during the time I was a dictator'.