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THIRTY million dollars (RM66mil) of the S$117mil (RM257.4mil) brewery executive Chia Teck Leng is alleged to have cheated from four banks has been recovered by investigators, a district court heard on Wednesday.
Champions are often a breed apart. And they are treated differently, too. At the Stal Tops in Valkenswaard, the Netherlands, some of the world#8217;s most expensive award-winning horses are kept in stables that resemble resort hotels, complete with gold-plated trimmings. Here the prized stallions are given star treatment as they are grooemd to be runaway successes on the track.
Strangers have approached the relatives of a 29-year-old bachelor lawyer who died last week claiming to be his girlfriend, fiancee, mother-in-law or somehow related to him.
World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) wrestlers Chuck Palumbo and Johnny #8220;The Bull#8221; Stamboli were at the KL Tower Saturday as part of a promotional tour to announce a WWE live event which will take place at the Melawati Stadium in Shah Alam on Dec 4.
A technician had a shock after being slapped with a RM96,000 credit card bill for fraudulent purchases made in Thailand about two years back.
WITH the Merdeka celebrations ending this month, I thought today I'd share with readers an e-mail that exhibited the spirit of patriotism.
A Bangladeshi factory worker was charged in the Sessions Court in Kuala Lumpur with giving a RM4,600 bribe to a policewoman for not detaining him for his alleged involvement in forgery.
A Nepali judge yesterday ordered 1970s master criminal Charles Sobhraj - known variously as 'The Serpent' and the 'Bikini Killer' - to be held in custody on suspicion of using a false passport.
Charles Sobhraj, the infamous 1970s serial killer who used his charm and an assortment of poisons on Western backpackers across Asia, will today see a courtroom once again over a double murder 28 years ago in Nepal.
B>KATHMANDU:/BThe confessed killer known as 'the Serpent,' accused of murdering dozens of tourists across Asia, denied involvement in the deaths of two young women in 1975 in Nepal Saturday.