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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.

The revolution in education

As a former Education Minister, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi understand the needs and problems faced by the education sector which is a priority area for him, reports GAVIN GOMEZ.

Moving forward for the nation

The new Prime Minister#8217;s style has become evident in the first 100 days, if somewhat discreetly. But BUNN NAGARA finds that what matters more are the months and years ahead, and all that they bring.

Anti-graft war declared

Where the eradication of corruption, improvement of the civil service and promotion of effectiveness and accountability in both the public and private sectors are concerned, it has been a heady 100 days. And the people are impressed, writes WANI MUTHIAH.

Sharon faces probe over bribery scandal

Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was questioned by police yesterday in a bribery case that could force his resignation, and critics charged his unexpected talk this week about removing Israeli settlements in the Gaza Strip was meant to deflect attention from the scandal.

PM: Transfers an option to reduce corruption

Transferring civil servants from one department to another can help reduce corruption, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

City Hall duo charged for bribery offence

A City Hall assistant enforcement officer was charged in the Sessions Court with asking for RM400 as bribes from a young couple said to be engaged in indecent behaviour in a public place.

Umno will not resort to bribery, says Najib

Umno will not bribe its ex-members to rejoin the party, said vice-president Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Non-traffic policemen must now lodge reports first

In a move to ensure accountability and to prevent abuse of power, the police have drawn up procedures for the issuing of summonses for traffic violations by their non-traffic officers and personnel who were recently empowered to do so.