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Hafiz does the nation proud

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Time for revamp of arbitration law

Many countries have updated or replaced their age-old arbitration laws. It#8217;s time Malaysia#8217;s Arbitration Act was revamped in line with developments worldwide, writes SHAILA KOSHY.

Wiranto denies charges of crimes in East Timor

B>JAKARTA:/BFormer Indonesian military chief General Wiranto yesterday defended himself against charges of crimes against humanity in East Timor, committed when the territory was still part of Indonesia in 1999.

NZ's format more appealing

Malaysia will be looking at New Zealand's Arbitration Act when revamping its Arbitration Act 1952, said Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim Friday.

Go ahead likely for Prisons D-G plan

The proposal to allow prisoners sentenced to less than six months' jail to do community work is likely to be accepted, said Minister in the Prime Minister#8217;s Department Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.

Felda-style plan mooted for drug addicts

From the Malay Press: I>Utusan Malaysia/Ireported that Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo has suggested a settlement similar to the Felda land scheme be set up for hardcore drug addicts to deter them from going back to the habit.

A-G: Timeframe for cops to complete probe

Attorney-General Datuk Abdul Gani Patail said it would be a good idea to set a timeframe for police to complete their investigations in the light of delays highlighted about some high profile cases.

Groups welcome A-G’s proposal on timeframe

The Bar Council has welcomed the Attorney-General's suggestion that police set a timeframe for investigations into high profile cases.

Increase in financial aid for Felda settlers

ABOUT 1,200 Felda settlers participating in the oil palm and rubber replanting programme will now get RM500 monthly for three years while waiting for the trees to mature, I>Berita Harian /I>and I>Utusan Malaysia/Ireported.

Grad applies for admission to Bar

A Perak-born law graduate from the International Islamic University has filed an application to the High Court in Kota Kinabalu for admission to the Sabah Bar.