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We Are Coming After You, IGP Warns Loan Sharks

olice are set to embark on a major “war” with loan shark syndicates, IGP Hamid Bador warned today.

Lebanese Jewellery Firm to Proceed with Lawsuit Against Rosmah

The High Court today dismissed Rosmah Mansor’s application to stay the trial of a lawsuit filed by a Lebanese jewellery firm seeking the return of 44 pieces of jewellery worth US$14.8 million.

A-G Okayed to Start Contempt Proceedings Against Umno’s Lokman Adam

Attorney-General (A-G) Tommy Thomas today obtained leave from the high court to initiate committal proceedings against Umno supreme council member Lokman Noor Adam for...

In-Camera Hearing for First Day Trial of Perak Exco Paul Yong’s...

The Sessions Court today ruled that the first day hearing of a rape case involving Paul Yong would be conducted in camera.

Indian Trade Body Tells Members to Boycott Malaysian Palm Oil

An Indian trade organisation representing oilseed crushers today advised its members not to buy palm oil from Malaysia.

Witness: Isa Wanted RM3M, We Had No Choice

The High Court today heard that Isa Samad solicited money from Gegasan Abadi Properties Sdn Bhd to approve FIC's RM160 million purchase of hotel.

Cops Tracking Down FB User over Death Threat Against Taib Mahmud

Police are tracking down the Facebook account owner known as ‘Raja Rimba’ who uploaded several provocative postings, including a threat to kill Taib Mahmud.

All MyKad Sold to Foreigners by Penang NRD Syndicate Cancelled

The Home Affairs Ministry has cancelled all the MyKad that were sold to Chinese nationals in Penang recently.

Liew Vui Keong to Lodge Police Report over Claim He Embezzled...

Liew Vui Keong will lodge a police report on LDP leaders claiming he withdrew RM1.01 million from the party when he was party president.

CJ: Judiciary Looking into Proposal to Use Polygraph Tests in Court

The judiciary is studying the proposal to use the results of polygraph tests as evidence in court.

Bukit Gantang MP Denies Joining PKR

Bukit Gantang MP Syed Abu Hussin last night denied reports that he had joined PKR, maintaining that he continued to be an independent elected representative.

Padang Besar Residents Cry Foul over Smuggling Activities

Residents of Padang Besar claim that despite the border control, smuggling activities are still rampant and have continued to disrupt their daily activities.

Cops Say Anger the Motive Behind Gruesome Double Murder in Melaka

Anger is believed to be the motive that drove a murder suspect to kill two family members to the point of dismembering their body parts.

Prosecution Withdraws Five Corruption Charges Against Musa Aman

The KL High Court today granted Musa Aman a discharge not amounting to an acquittal on five of the 35 corruption charges against him.

Nurul Izzah Gets RM850k from Defamation Suit Against Ismail Sabri, Ex-IGP...

Nurul Izzah Anwar will receive RM850,000 in damages in her lawsuit over defamatory statements that linked her with self-styled Sulu princess Jacel Kiram.


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