Nagaenthran: Death Sentencing in Singapore
‘Warning: Death for Drug Traffickers under Singapore Law’ – a familiar notice you’d come across on the SG Arrival Card (commonly known as the white
Everything You Need to Know Before Attending a Rally in Malaysia
With the recent unrest on the alleged corruption by the Chief Commissioner of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Azam Baki, the Rakyat have decided to
Racist comments: If someone uses a slur on you, how can Malaysian law help you?
Last week, national shuttler Kisona Selvaduray’s name was plastered on our social media timelines. But it didn’t have anything to do with one of her
5 rights given to you under the Federal Constitution of Malaysia
There are hundreds of laws in Malaysia that have been passed in the Parliament. And of course, you’re not expected to know all of them
Can the Malaysian government actually make the Covid-19 vaccine mandatory?
We’ve all seen our social media timelines flooded with pictures of our family and friends right after they’ve been vaccinated. Proudly smiling, flexing their freshly-jabbed
Death in Custody in Malaysia: Where Do We Go From Here?
‘Innocent, until proven guilty’. Getting caught for an offence committed does not necessarily mean you are guilty. To prove guilt, the prosecution team (the ones