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KUALA LUMPUR: An activist was fined RM1,900 or six months’ jail in default by the Sessions Court here on Wednesday (Jan 26) for making and initiating the transmission of an insulting video linking foreigners to criminal activities at the Selayang wholesale market two years ago.
SIBU: A 57-year-old man has been sentenced to six months jail and fined RM28,202 in default of six months jail by the Sessions Court on Tuesday (Jan 25) after he pleaded guilty to illegally being in possession of various types of birds and wildlife as well as 28,181 pangolin scales.
LIKE a pale ghostly wall, the smoke hung in the distance as I drove along North-South Expressway.
WASHINGTON: Inflation hawks are about to get what they want from the Federal Reserve (Fed) – which means emerging markets are about to get what they’ve traditionally feared.
The Magistrate’s Court on Saturday handed a 24-month jail sentence to a policeman and ordered him to compensate BND150 to victims he had cheated.
NEW YORK: China's real estate sector will likely see "significant easing" in the policies that govern it, BNP Paribas Asset Management said, months after starting to build a long position in that sector's debt.
A 50-year-old Indonesian woman who overstayed in the Sultanate was sentenced to four months’ jail by the Magistrate’s Court on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Inter Milan's Serie A match against Bologna, who were unable to field players for the fixture earlier this month due to COVID-19 cases and were handed a 3-0 defeat by default, must be played at a later date, a sports judge who deals with legal cases Italy's top flight ruled on Friday.
SHANGHAI/HONG KONG: China Evergrande Group on Friday said it was hiring more financial and legal advisers after a group of international creditors said it would take "enforcement action" if the property developer did not do more to resolve a debt default.
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan central bank raised interest rates yesterday, as expected, shifting its focus away from growth and back to controlling inflation in a bid to curb soaring imports and attract more foreign capital.