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Some basis to bribery scandal, says Ganguly

Indian captain Sourav Ganguly said Saturday there must be some basis to allegations that a player offered bribes to Indian selectors to get picked for the national team.

Premier’s style works for all

The new Prime Minister's leadership style, especially his ability to handle Umno's arch opposition PAS, is much talked about as he moves into his first month of power, writes Joceline Tan.

Speed up probes into graft cases, ACA urged

The Rural Development Ministry wants the Anti-Corruption Agency to speed up investigations into at least two cases of alleged abuse of power and bribery involving its officers attached to an agency which has direct dealings with smallholders.

Ng: Report cases of bribery

Malaysians should help the Government combat bribery and corruption by reporting cases where they had been asked to bribe or it had been suggested to them that bribing would get them out of a fix, said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen.

Kudus fails in bid to disqualify judge

Former Ampang Jaya Municipal Council enforcement chief Kapt (Rtd) Abdul Kudus Ahmad, who faces 24 charges of bribery amounting to RM59,000, failed in his bid to disqualify the judge.

China’s elusive rich unveiled

China's new millionaires - un- abashed capitalists in a country still ruled by communists, albeit evolving ones - tend to shun publicity. But Hoogewerf has found them.

China’s elusive rich unveiled

China's new millionaires - un- abashed capitalists in a country still ruled by communists, albeit evolving ones - tend to shun publicity. But Hoogewerf has found them.

Court to rule on France's decade-long Elf scandal

Political kickbacks, luxury villas bought with public money, illegal party funding. The corruption trial surrounding oil company Elf has already tarnished the French establishment and ruined careers.

Tighten your seat-belt for your own good

B>JAKARTA: /B>It is surprising that most drivers in this city, home to more than two million cars, are reluctant to wear seat-belts, putting their lives at risk in case of accident.

Ong’s ministry to oversee fight against red tape

The Housing and Local Government Ministry will act as a supervisor to ensure local authorities cut red tape and strengthen the civil service to fight corruption and deliver quality service to the people.