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Move to woo Indian youths

The MIC has directed its youth wing to conduct an aggressive nationwide campaign to convince more Indians to attend the next walk-in interviews for police constables.


Getting children to reveal abuse

Today,10 police officers begin training on how to videotape interviews of child victims and witnesses.The pressure is on them and their British trainers as they will be in a pilot project which,if successful, will help institutionalise child-friendly courts in Malaysia,SHAILA KOSHY reports.

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Nepal's anti-rebel police chief killed

B>KATHMANDU: /B>Suspected Maoist rebels shot dead the chief of Nepal#8217;s anti-rebel police force and his wife on the outskirts of this capital early yesterday, police and officials said.


Some cops give force a bad name

From Thomas Samuel, Selayang.


Chamber: Apt for cops to tackle loan sharks

It is apt for the police to be given the powers to deal with the loan shark problem, according to the Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Selangor (ICCIS).

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Muslims in Asia celebrate under veil of security

B>JAKARTA/B>: Millions of Muslims gathered throughout the region yesterday to observe Aidiladha beneath a heavy veil of security prompted by rising tensions over Iraq.

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Six anti-war protesters held in Singapore

Police detained six people who tried to protest Saturday without a permit at the US Embassy against a possible US-led war on Iraq.


New All-England champ Hafiz joins police force

Newly crowned All-England badminton champion Mohd Hafiz Hashim and two other national players signed up as Extra Police Constables (EPCs) yesterday to improve on discipline, which will help them further excel in their game.


Medical for Klang cops over 40

Thorough health checks, including a blood test and heart scan, will be made compulsory for policemen above 40in the Klang district.


Abdullah: We prevailed

Malaysia has been able to withstand western media criticism and implement its policies because of the inherent strength of the policies and people's confidence in the leadership implementing them, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said.