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‘Datuk allegedly made RM500,000 in e-passport project’

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission has frozen the bank accounts of the Datuk, his wife and children containing RM1 million in savings. PETALING JAYA: A Datuk and his accomplice nabbed by graft-busters today, are believed to have abused their positions in a GLC to receive RM500,000 in bribes through an e-passport project in an African country. The suspects are believed to ...

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Anwar & family can refer legal questions to federal court

PUTRAJAYA — January 18, 2017: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and his family were allowed by the Court of Appeal today to refer legal questions to the federal court to decide whether the decision-making process of the Pardons Board over pardons could be challenge in court. A three-man panel chaired by Justice Datuk Rohana Yusuf set aside the decision of the high ...

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Pathologist was not around when body was hidden, car destroyed, says witness | Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 18 — A pathologist, the first accused in the murder of Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP) Datuk Anthony Kevin Morais was never around when former second accused G. Gunasekaran hid the senior legal officer’s body and destroyed his car between Sept 4 and 5 in 2015, the High Court was told today. Gunasekaran, 49, confirmed this when cross-examined ...

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Hasan Ali was sacked for exposing corruption in Selangor

Hasan Ali joined the Pakatan Rakyat Selangor Government in March 2008. In January 2012 he was sacked from the party and the government for criticising his own party and for exposing corruption and abuse of power in the state government. One of those he exposed was the then Selangor State Financial Officer, Mohd Arif, who DAP wanted promoted to Selangor ...

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Residents lash out at Syabas over 5-day water disruption

Pandan Perdana residents in Ampang also upset water tanks arrived at 11.30pm when they were all tired instead of earlier in the evening. KUALA LUMPUR: Water supply disruption in Pandan Perdana, Ampang here which began five days ago has disrupted the lives of about 10,000 residents in the area. According to the Pandan Perdana Residents Association president Lim Ah Chai, ...

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Blogger rebuts DAP MP’s misfeasance in public office suit

KUALA LUMPUR – Jan 18, 2017: Anonymous blogger A Voice has rebuked DAP lawmaker Tony Pua for filing a suit of misfeasance in public office against Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. In a post at Another Brick in The Wall today, the blogger argued that the basis of the suit that is in relation to the interpretation of public officer can be considered ...

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KL mayor denies City Hall wasted money on projects.

The facilities are well maintained and used by city folk, contrary to a newspaper report that they are under-utilised, he says. KUALA LUMPUR: City Hall (DBKL) has clarified that it has not wasted money on several projects in the city reported to be under-utilised or in bad shape, or both. “All the projects in the city are well maintained and ...

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Search for MH370 suspended | The Mole

KUALA LUMPUR — January 17, 2017: The underwater search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has been suspended. A communique from Malaysia, Australia and China stated that the last search vessel for the operation left the 120,000-sq. km. search area in the southern Indian Ocean today. It said the aircraft had not been located despite every effort, using the ...

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