Saturday, April 10, 2021


Only Jho Low can say why SRC funds went into Najib’s accounts, appeals court told

Lawyer Harvinderjit Singh says former prime minister Najib Razak had no knowledge of the monetary transfers involving his accounts.

Zahid in court because he refused to heed Dr M’s request, says Ahmad Maslan

The Umno secretary-general says he and others are victims of the 'most unjust prosecution in the world'.

Apex court dismisses Zahid’s bid to consolidate 12 CBT charges into 3

A three-man bench rules that there is no contravention of Section 153 (2) of the Criminal Procedure Code.

Court denies Najib’s bid to delay SRC appeal hearing

A three-man bench says there is no sufficient reason to adjourn the hearing despite the request for a delay of at least one month to allow Najib's team to obtain documents from Singapore and New York.

‘We have a mess to deal with’: Najib starts appeal over 1MDB conviction

His defence will argue that he had no knowledge of the transactions into his accounts.

No place for disruptive ethnocentric politics

It is one thing to not understand or practise religion fully from a personal perspective, but it’s an entirely separate matter to 'use' it as a divisive political tool to garner populist support ahead of the polls.

Too early to set up RCI on police cartel, says deputy home minister

Ismail Mohamed Said says allegations can be brought to the Police Force Commission first or the Integrity and Standard Compliance Department.

Ex-IGP to IGP: Name corrupt senior officers in police force

Musa Hassan says this will ensure fairness for all the rest who are not on the payroll of crime syndicates.

‘Datuk’ charged with laundering over RM8 million

If convicted, he faces imprisonment of up to 15 years and a fine of not less than five times the amount of the ill-gotten gains, or RM5 million, whichever is higher.

Zahid took out RM9 million from charity’s account after GE14, court told

MACC investigating officer says this was within Zahid's power as the sole signatory of Yayasan Akalbudi.

Political future at stake as Myanmar’s Suu Kyi faces new corruption charges

The new military regime has already issued several criminal charges against the Nobel laureate since she was detained alongside top political allies, including owning unlicensed walkie-talkies and violating coronavirus restrictions.

Company, ex-director claim trial to bribery in first commercial graft case

If convicted, Pristine Offshore Sdn Bhd faces a fine of not less than 10 times the sum of gratification or RM1 million, imprisonment of up to 20 years or both.

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