Malaysian Tenpin Bowling Congress (MTBC) president Datuk Dr P.S. Nathan reveals plans to honour bowling official Sidney Tung who died on June 3.
Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador was offered the ‘ang-pow’ followed by RM350,000 monthly by an ’emissary’ when word got out that he would be Malaysia’s 12th Inspector-General of Police.
Veteran sports administrator and former Olympic Council of Malaysia secretary Datuk Sieh Kok Chi was left perplexed by the recent Amateur Swimming Union of Malaysia’s annual general meeting.
Hard work, determination and willingness to sacrifice saw Datuk Lee Chong Wei reach the top of the badminton world, writes Twentytwo13 executive editor Graig Nunis. Thank you and enjoy your fried chicken, champ.
Former badminton star Datin Wong Mew Choo has mixed emotions after husband, national shuttler, Datuk Lee Chong Wei announced his retirement today.
Datuk Lee Chong Wei willing to be sparring partner for national players to help them earn qualification to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after announcing the end of his glittering 19-year career. He will also be Chef de Mission for the Tokyo Games.
Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Azmin Ali, implicated in a sex video, described the episode as a “nefarious plot” to assassinate his reputation in an attempt to destroy his political career.
Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said a peaceful Korean peninsula will motivate Malaysia to reopen its embassy in Pyongyang after high-profile assassination of Kim Jong-nam, resulting in diplomatic crisis between Malaysia and North Korea.
Organised crime in sports remains problematic with illicit networks actively involved in doping, match-fixing, money-laundering and blackmail, enabling them to exploit and compromise officials, says former US diplomat David M. Luna. He urges stakeholders to expand international cooperation to bring these criminals to book.
Life-long Liverpool fan M.Zulkifli A.Jalil fulfilled an item on his bucket list when he joined 750,000 fans at Liverpool’s Champions League victory parade last Sunday.
Today is Tourette’s Awareness Day. Let’s all be kinder and sympathetic to those who seem a little different.
Insiders shock Latheefa Koya has been appointed Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief but those in the know say she is the perfect person for the job.