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Fraud detected at JPJ offices

From the Malay Press: Irregularities such as fraudulently altering vehicles' registration particulars and renewing licences without proper documents were detected at Road Transport Department (JPJ) offices nationwide, I>Utusan Malaysia /I>reported.

Police officers honoured

Two policemen were recognised by Transparency International Malaysia for their role in not accepting bribes from a car theft syndicate in March.

Hanif: Lots of complaints about police force

The initial public survey by the Royal Commission on Police shows corruption as the root cause of problems inflicting the police force, said commission deputy chairman Tun Hanif Omar.

Lawyer prosecuted for attempting to bribe DPP

A deputy public prosecutor told the Sessions Court yesterday that he co-operated with the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) to set a trap for a lawyer who offered him a RM5,000 bribe two years ago.

Crucial to quiz Sonia over Bofors

Testimony from India's Congress party chief Sonia Gandhi is crucial to solving a US$1.3bil (RM4.9bil) bribe scandal involving Swedish arms firm Bofors and Indian politicians, an investigator said yesterday.

Ministers support BN's code of ethics

The Code of Ethics for Barisan Nasional MPs was adopted by Cabinet members at their second meeting in Putrajaya on Wednesday.

Khaled makes poverty eradication his priority

Wiping out poverty will be one of the priorities of the Entrepreneur and Co-operative Development Ministry, said its newly-appointed Minister Datuk Mohamed Khaled Nordin.

Officer’s bribery case set for Aug 2

The Sessions Court here fixed five days beginning Aug 2 for the trial of a City Hall assistant enforcement officer who was charged with asking for RM400 as bribes from a young couple said to be engaged in indecent behaviour in a public place.

PM: People back bid to wipe out graft

As support mounts for the Prime Minister to clean the nation of corruption, he tells Malaysians they have given him the strength to continue his fight to weed out the perpetrators.

Court decision to clear Tandjung met with anger

A Supreme Court decision to overturn a corruption conviction against Indonesia's parliamentary speaker was met with widespread anger yesterday, with critics decrying it as a major setback for democratic reform.