Pahang ruler Al-Sultan Abdullah Shah appointed 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong by the Malay rulers at Istana Negara today, taking over from Sultan Muhammad V who abdicated on Jan 6.
Pahang Royal Council scheduled to meet tomorrow as Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah and son Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah Abdullah will be bestowed with Tengku Ampuan Pahang and Tengku Mahkota titles respectively on Jan 29.
Malaysia’s refusal to grant Israeli para swimmers visas for a 2020 Paralympic qualifying event shows how sports diplomacy failed in its quest to uphold the ancient Greek tradition of truce.
Nothing has changed for Malaysian football over the past decade with stakeholders still viewing the AFF Cup as the ‘World Cup’.
Malaysia’s Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah says Cabinet took into consideration all factors, including that the 9th World Para Swimming Championships in Kuching, Sarawak is a sporting event involving para athletes, before making the decision to deny Israeli swimmers visas.
Sultan Ahmad Shah abdicates to pave way for son Tengku Abdullah Shah to be Pahang Sultan and possibly Malaysia’s new King.
All eyes on the Royal Pahang Council meeting on Friday afternoon as Tengku Abdullah Shah expected to be named Sultan of Pahang, paving the way for him to be 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
Tengku Abdullah Shah returns from London ahead of Pahang Royal Council meeting on Friday as efforts to make him the next Sultan of Pahang heighten, en route to becoming the 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
National Under-23 coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee says the two key National Sports Institute (NSI) experts play important roles and hopes they will be part of his team for their assignment in Bangkok starting this weekend.
Efforts are under way for Tengku Abdullah Shah to be made the Sultan of Pahang, en route to becoming Malaysia’s next King.
Sultan Muhammad V abdicates as 15th Yang di-Pertuan Agong, raising more questions in a drama-filled start to the year.
Athletes who leave national bodies should not be punished as only the best deserve to represent the nation. But going independent means being independent without expecting financial help from the government.
Despite being a young nation, many establishments and organisations in Malaysia lack a detailed archiving system about their existence that is readily available for the masses.