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Nation

Businessman's high-flying days halted

For almost a year a 42-year-old businessman travelled in style around the world, enjoying access to Malaysia Airlines Golden lounges, first-class airport check-in and priority on the waiting list #8211;all by using tampered economy class tickets.

Nation

Manager fined RM3m for share market scam

An equity department senior manager of an investment holding company was fined RM3mil by a Sessions Court for three counts of intending and abetting two senior personnel to create a misleading appearance of Actacorp Holdings Bhd warrant price on the KLSE in 1997.

Nation

50 cry foul over memory programme

More than 50 people have allegedly been swindled of a total of RM1mil by a 'memory power expert' who promised to increase their memory powers and train them to teach others the skill.

Nation

Licence forgery ring smashed

Perak police, with the co-operation of the State Secretariat, have smashed a syndicate that stole and later forged approved licences for the setting up of video arcades in the state.

Letters

Graft appears to be city culture

B>JAKARTA:/BThe Indonesian Transparency Society (MTI) has shocked us with its revelation that the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK) found irregularities involving Rp820bil (US$97.62mil) in city institutions and enterprises. The fact that no action has been taken by the police is even more interesting than the sheer amount involved.

Nation

Malacca lodges ACA report over missing shares

The internal probe into #8220;missing#8221; shares worth RM11mil belonging to Yayasan Melaka has been completed and a report was lodged with the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) on April 23.

Nation

Malacca lodges ACA report over missing shares

The internal probe into #8220;missing#8221; shares worth RM11mil belonging to Yayasan Melaka has been completed and a report was lodged with the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) on April 23.

ASEAN+

Vietnam rejects leniency pleas for 2 former officials in corruption trial

Vietnamese President Tran Duc Luong has rejected leniency pleas from two former executives sentenced to death in the communist country's biggest corruption trial, state-controlled media reported Wednesday.

Lifestyle

Pill of hope for HIV+ people

The fate of the V1 Immunitor, which is currently being taken by 60,000 HIV+ people in Thailand and some 5,000 abroad with some hopeful results, is in the hands of the Thai health authorities who continue to dismiss it as a potential vaccine in a land stricken with the AIDS epidemic infecting one million people. Last week, the Thai Food and Drug Administration sought to have its manufacturing and sales licence revoked, claiming V1 to be a sub-standard product and accusing its manufacturers of misleading the public.