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ACA nabs cops and RTD officers

Five policemen and two Road Transport Department personnel were among 11 people arrested for allegedly receiving bribes during the fasting month of Ramadan last year.

Education

In love with the heart

A PATIENT#8217;s smile says it all and is the best gift, according to consultant cardiothoracic surgeon Dr Syed Mohd Adeeb Syed Jalaludin.

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Little help for 20,000 homeless in Tamil Tiger area

Isolated at the end of a badly rutted road, this area controlled by Tamil Tiger rebels has had nearly no aid for 20,000 people left homeless by tsunamis that devastated Sri Lanka.

Lifestyle

Parking and security

Park at your own risk - that's a common disclaimer that greets drivers at car parks. But is that enough to absolve car park operators of all responsibility? S.S. YOGA delves into the issue of security at car parks.

Business

CPO to remain in congested trading

Forecasting Price Trends: A weekly column by G.M. Teoh on Crude Palm Oil, Soyoil, Cocoa and Cash Tin.

Nation

Ex-director faces 10 more charges in RM46m fraud

A former executive director of a pharmaceutical company, who made headlines recently for being the first in the country to be charged with money laundering, was slapped with 10 other charges yesterday.

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New twist in Socso claims case

The claim by the Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MTUC) that Socso has denied invalidity pension to a group of workers saw a new twist when the Appellate Medical Board ruled that 10 of them are not eligible for such benefits.

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Courts not to blame for slow disposal of cases involving hiring of illegals

Chief Justice Tan Sri Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim has come out in defence of the courts against criticisms by some Cabinet ministers that they were too lenient or slow in handling cases involving employers who hired illegal immigrants.

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Courts not to blame for slow disposal of cases involving hiring of illegals

Chief Justice Tan Sri Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim has come out in defence of the courts against criticisms by some Cabinet ministers that they were too lenient or slow in handling cases involving employers who hired illegal immigrants.

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Police: We can be nasty with loan sharks too

If loans sharks get nasty with police, the police will be forced to be nasty with them, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohd Bakri Omar has warned.