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ACA to monitor claims posted on the Internet

The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) is expanding its scope of responsibilities by monitoring allegations of power abuse and corruption posted on the Internet, said its analysis division director Mustafar Ali.


Peace a must for development

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ACA: Only a fraction of leads are probed

The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) received some 10,000 information on corrupt activities but only 15 to 20% were substantial leads to initiate investigations.


Judge 'should not have acquitted ex-DPP'

A Sessions Court judge was wrong when he acquitted a former Deputy Public Prosecutor attached to the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) of having accepted a bribe, the High Court heard Thursday.


ACA to focus on govt depts and agencies

The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) will focus their resources this year on government departments and agencies that deal with the public to ensure they are free from corrupt practices, Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Samsudin Osman said.


Competition heats up in congested auction industry

IRREGULARITIES still exist in China#8217;s overheated auction industry, hindering its development, said insiders.


Couple attempt bribery to escape police action

A couple tried to bribe their way out with RM30,000 when police nabbed them Saturday in connection with a suspected syndicate supplying drugs in Batu Gajah, Kampar and Ipoh.


Police abuse tarnishing its image, says MP

A BARISAN MP has voiced his concerns over the image of the police, saying that it has been tarnished by instances of abuse of power and lack of professionalism.


D-G: Deal directly with JPJ

The practice of using the services of the middlemen for counter transactions has not helped to combat corruption in the Road Transport Department (JPJ), said its outgoing director-general Datuk Dr Mohd Shahar Sidek.


Fund-raising hell in Russia

Hard-hit Russian colleges are falling into the clutches of corrupt business, reports DAVID HOLLEY.