Malaysians vote to decide fate of world’s longest-ruling coalition

5 May, 2013
By Anuradha Raghu and Niluksi Koswanage | Source: Reuters

Malaysians voted on Sunday in an election that could weaken or even end the rule of the world’s longest-ruling coalition, which faces a stiff challenge from an opposition pledging to clean up politics and

Malaysians start voting in 2013 General Election

5 May, 2013
By TODAYonline | Source: Reuters

Malaysians have begun voting in an election that could weaken or even end the rule of one of the world’s longest-lived coalitions, which faces a stiff challenge from an opposition pledging to clean up

Malaysia opposition has narrow lead ahead of election

4 May, 2013
By Siva Sithraputhran and Yantoultra Ngui | Source: Reuters

Malaysia’s opposition enjoys a very narrow lead over the long ruling National Front for the first time in a key poll issued on Friday, two days before an election in the Southeast Asian country.

Campaigns intensify ahead of Malaysia polls

4 May, 2013
By Zoe Daniel and Liam Cochrane | Source: Radio Australia

The latest opinion survey in Malaysia shows the Opposition coalition is slightly ahead for the first time, as Malaysians prepare to vote in Sunday’s general election. Malaysia’s political rivals have launched a last-ditch campaign

Successful Petronas Drilling Operation in Cendor Field

3 May, 2013
| Source: Bernama

Petronas Nasional Bhd (Petronas), the national oil company, yesterday announced the successful drilling of the Cendor Graben-2 appraisal well within Block PM304, offshore Peninsula Malaysia. In a statement here, Petronas said the well was

Malaysia Risks Post-Election Protests on Bias Claims

3 May, 2013
By Daniel Ten Kate & Ranjeetha Pakiam | Source: Bloomberg

Malaysia faces the risk of public protests over the accuracy of results from the May 5 national election after an opposition-backed group cited evidence of vote buying and bias by the official ballot oversight

Malaysia sees high turnout in overseas voting

29 April, 2013
By The Star | Source: ANN

Malaysians abroad got into an early polling mood, with high turnout in some of the 103 missions worldwide that also provided drinks and snacks for those who waited to cast their votes. Election Commission

Explosions Reported at Ruling Party Operations Centres

26 April, 2013
By The Star | Source: AsiaOne

A Molotov cocktail was hurled into a Barisan Nasional operations centre near Buntong here, partly damaging a party flag. Perak police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Mohd Shukri Dahlan said the Molotov cocktail did not