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Lawyer granted discharge by court

Lawyer P. Uthayakumar has been granted a discharge of a verbal criminal intimidation act allegedly inflicted upon a policeman at the Sepang magistrate#8217;s court on Sept 3, last year.

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Cops found negligent in tragedy

Zimbabwean police officers acted negligently when they fired teargas at football fans on terraces provoking a stampede which left 13 people dead at an international match here in July 2000, a court ruled on Friday.

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Now, Italian football's back in style

Just 12 months ago Italian football was being written off but when the draw for the quarter-finals of the Champions League is made today, three of the eight sides will be drawn from Serie A #8211; not bad for a supposedly fading power in the game.


Drop charge against lawyer, Karpal Singh urges A-G

DAP deputy chairman Karpal Singh has called on Attorney-General Datuk Abdul Gani Patail to withdraw the charge against lawyer P. Uthayakumar, claiming that his arrest and detention were unjustified and unwarranted.


Lawyer charged with criminal intimidation

A lawyer was charged in the magistrate's court yesterday with two counts of criminally intimidating a witness during a trial and intentionally interrupting a magistrate in the course of a judicial proceeding.


Lawyer freed, re-arrested then freed again

Lawyer P. Uthayakumar, who was arrested for allegedly threatening a witness of the inquest into the death of a police detainee, was released yesterday but re-arrested on suspicion of making a defamatory report against the police.


Cops arrest lawyer for threatening witness

Police arrested lawyer P. Uthayakumar Thursday for allegedly threatening a witness of the inquest into the death of a police detainee in June last year.

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Silent treatment spurs Hoddle's men

Gus Poyet, Tottenham#8217;s stand-in skipper, claimed on Monday that the team had recovered their pride after manager Glenn Hoddle gave them the silent treatment