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Five-year ban for 83-year-old negligent driver

AN 83-YEAR-OLD widower, whose negligence caused the death of a motorcyclist, was on Thursday banned from driving for five years.


Johor gains from water pacts, says newspaper

TheIStraits Times/I>, a newspaper owned by Singapore Press Holdings, charged back at I>Utusan Malaysia/Ifor accusing Singapore of profiting from the water it buys from Malaysia.


Misconduct tarnishing image of India's judiciary

THE Indian judiciary is in the dock. For long considered the saviour of a long-suffering people saddled with a corrupt political class and an insensitive bureaucracy, higher judiciary was the only beacon of hope for harassed citizens.


Murder in pretty writing

WITH 22 novels to his name, crime writer James Lee Burke#8217;s name is synonymous not just with crime fiction but top-notch crime fiction.


Mat Saad describes events before murder

Mat Saad Isa, a co-accused who turned prosecution witness in the murder trial of Hasleza Ishak (the Raja di-Hilir Perak#8217;s second wife) told the High Court Monday that it was Raja Mahani (the first wife) who wanted Hasleza killed.


MSE on mission to provide world-class repair facilities

NOT known to many, Malaysia has a premier shipyard and engineering corporation, Malaysia Shipyard and Engineering Sdn Bhd (MSE), which has charted an impressive track record as one of the major heavy maritime and engineering construction players on the domestic and international fronts.

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Vietnamese place bets in big organised crime trial

B>HANOI: /B>As 155 defendants were read their charges yesterday, on the fifth day of Vietnam's biggest ever organised crime trial, passers-by laid bets on various aspects of the trial, state-run media said.


PSC-ND to build more naval ships

LOCAL shipbuilding and construction firm, Penang Shipbuilding and Construction-Naval Dockyard Sdn Bhd (PSC-ND) plans to build more naval vessels in the near future.


Submissions in Hasleza murder trial next week

The Taiping High Court has fixed next week to hear submissions in the Hasleza Ishak murder trial after being informed by the prosecution that it was closing its case following the testimonies of 55 witnesses.

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Tutor jailed for sex abuse

IN THE dock was a man who had confessed readily to sexually abusing five boys he was tutoring.