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Pushing for mandatory jail

From the Chinese Press: The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry, dissatisfied that punishment under the existing Copyright Act has no deterrent effect on CD piracy, is pushing for mandatory jail term for convicted pirates.

Indon cops charge cleric with treason

B>JAKARTA:/BIndonesian police have charged militant cleric Abubakar Ba#8217;asyir with treason and involvement in deadly bombings two years ago, taking him one step closer to trial.

Al-Ma’unah trial should be nullified, says defence

The trial of 19 Al-Ma'unah members convicted of treason should be nullified as procedures expressly stated in the Essential (Security Cases) Regulations (Escar) were not used throughout the proceedings, Karpal Singh submitted before the Federal Court yesterday.

Foreign help sought to nab VCD pirates

Malaysia has sought the assistance of international music and film companies to trace those supplying content to local manufacturers of pirated VCDs and CDs.

Delegates propose ways to check terrorism

Terrorism can be minimised if nations and the public co-operate fully, several government and non-government leaders attending the World Economic Forum here said.

Law firm opens office in Singapore

Zaid Ibrahim Co LP, the first Malaysian firm to be issued with a foreign law firm licence by the Singapore Attorney-General, opened its regional office in the republic on Thursday.

Kra Canal mega project dug up again

TO dig or not to dig? That has been the question in Thailand for three centuries now. The Kra Canal must surely hold the record for being the oldest proposed mega project in the world.

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.

Company directors could face jail for not attending courses

Company directors who do not attend training programmes, which will soon be made compulsory, will be jailed or fined.

Portrait of a leader

The life story of a woman who struggled for freedom, fought for women#8217;s rights and became Malaysia#8217;s first woman Minister has been recorded for posterity, writes LI EE KEE.