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Attempt to smuggle RM247,000 worth of liquor foiled

Customs officers foiled an attempt to smuggle in crates of beer and liquor with an estimated value of M247,201.68, at the causeway on Monday night.

Nine-fold increase in seized pills

Police seized 1.6 million psychotropic pills nationwide last year compared with only 155,767 pills in 2001, said Bukit Aman Narcotics Department director Deputy Commissioner Datuk Mamat Talib.

Cops: Nine-fold increase in seized pills

Police seized 1.6 million psychotropic pills nationwide last year compared with only 155,767 pills in 2001, said Bukit Aman Narcotics Department director Deputy Commissioner Datuk Mamat Talib.

MB wants Johor free of slot machines

The Johor government wants enforcement authorities here to go all out to check the re-emergence of illegal slot machine outlets in several areas in the Muar district lately.

International rings involved in making pirated VCDs

International syndicates are collaborating with the local music and movie industry to produce pirated VCDs using smuggled master files.

Officers to be armed in war against pirated goods

Enforcement officers of the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry will be provided firearms for protection against violent and aggressive vendors of pirated goods.

Westerners help raid seminary

B>ISLAMABAD:/BPakistani and Western agents raided an Islamic school here searching for al-Qaeda and Taliban fugitives, the seminary#8217;s director and students said yesterday.

Anti-vice ops run up against wall of silence

Selangor police face difficulty arresting the masterminds who bring in foreign women for prostitution because the runners caught refused to reveal the identity of their bosses.

Restaurants offering more than meals

Several restaurants in Selangor are providing more than just meals and tea. Probes following recent raids on these joints showed that some foreign waitresses had offered themselves as the #8220;main course#8221; while an afternoon tea session can mean sharing a cosy bed with one of them.

House break-in gang crippled

Sabah police have crippled a house break-in gang comprising largely of drug addicts, and also arrested eight people, some of them owners of second-hand shops here, for buying the stolen goods.