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Moving away from the elite image

By SEAH CHIANG NEE

BSN gives out RM317mil to civil servants

Bank Simpanan Nasional (BSN) has given out a total of RM317mil in personal loans to 22,000 civil servants in the country from Aug 19, 2002, to May 30, 2004.

Terengganu freshmen to get cash from Government fund

Each Terengganu student who gets a place to study in institutions of higher learning will be given RM1,000 to cover their initial education expenses.

PM: Thai unrest a big concern to us

The unrest in Southern Thailand is a #8220;very, very big concern#8221; to Malaysia, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Bogus cops on the prowl

Two men and two women have been posing as Interpol narcotics officers to conduct body searches on unsuspecting foreign tourists around the city on the pretext of looking for drugs.

Shanghai to improve quality of govt staff

AS PART of a dramatic overhaul of its civil service, Shanghai will send 100,000 employees back to school.

MB: Consumers to pay more for water

Consumers have been told that they will have to pay more for water. Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob said water rates would inevitably go up as the state needed some RM1.2bil to repair and replace pipes, some of which some were 40 to 50 years old.

Immigration officers ignorant of changes

Four years ago, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi sent out a directive that mothers could sign as guardians of their children on certain official forms, such as passport applications, but a number of civil servants still refuse to allow them to do so. Mothers run into problems when applying for their children's passport because old forms, defining the father as the guardian, were still being used at the Immigration Department offices.

Understanding the blame game

When something goes disastrously wrong or a shocking wrongdoing is exposed, like in the case of the Abu Ghraib prison scandal, who should take the blame? HOOI YOU CHING examines the issues of accountability and responsibility.

Obstacles faced by MPs and state assemblymen

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