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Caning Proposed For Civil Service Officials Committing Graft

KUALA LUMPUR: Heavier punishment including whipping should be imposed on public service officials found abusing power and involved in corruption.

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Jamal Yunos Ready To Take Over As FAS President

PETALING JAYA: Sungai Besar UMNO division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos has offered himself to become the president of the Football Association of Selangor (FAS).

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Flood Victims Can Apply For Flexibility In ADFIM Financing

KUALA LUMPUR: All customers of the Association of Development Finance Institutions of Malaysia (ADFIM), who were flood victims, can apply for flexibility in financing terms to ease their financial burden.

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Rafizi's Continuous Attack On MRT Project Exposes His Short Term Thinking

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KUALA LUMPUR: Continuous attacks by Pandan member of parliament Mohd Rafizi Ramli on the cost of the MRT project which he says will be a burden on the rakyat (people), exposes the short-term thinking of Rafizi and Pakatan, said Barisan Nasional Strategic Communications Team.

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Sulu Sea Kidnappings A Threat To Merchant Shipping: Report

The Sulu Sea between eastern Malaysia and the Philippines has become dangerous for merchant shipping due to rising threat of kidnappings, the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) said on Tuesday.

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Flood: Situation Improves, 3 Schools In Tumpat, Pasir Mas Open

KOTA BHARU: Three schools in Kelantan, which are still closed today due to floods since Saturday, will be opened tomorrow after the situation in flood hit areas improved.

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Strong 7.3-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Sabah, No Tsunami Threat

KOTA KINABALU: A 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck most areas in Sabah on Wednesday but there was no fear of a tsunami, the Malaysia Meteorological Department said.

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Zahid's Trip To China Boosts Ties Between Both Nations - Envoy

Datuk Zainuddin Yahya (BERNAMA)BEIJING, Jan 10 (Bernama) -- The six-day visit by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi to China is important in ensuring the existing ties between the top leadership, government and private agencies, business community and the people of Malaysia and China remained strong.

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Datuks, VIPs, Seduce Young And Beautiful Caddies In Local Golf Clubs With Money To Engage In Sex

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has revealed on Wednesday (Jan 8) that young and beautiful caddies working in local golf clubs had been the early sources the agency obtained information on corrupt activities involving senior government officials in the country, Mingguan Malaysia reported.

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Quake Measuring 7.3 Triggers Tremors In Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan

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KOTA KINABALU: Tremors were felt at the city centre here and in Sandakan this afternoon, prompting city dwellers to rush out of buildings in panic.

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