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Sat, 21 Sep 2019, 10:47 AM
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BookDoc returns as Silver sponsor
PETALING JAYA: BookDoc returns as a Silver sponsor in support of the upcoming Penang Starwalk.
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Audio recording allegedly of Perak exco aide’s conversation sent to forensics
Razarudin (centre) witnesses the handing-over of duties between Mohamad Zainal (left) and Barudin.
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Audio recording allegedly of Perak Exco’s aide sent to forensics dept
PARIT: Police will send an audio recording to the forensics department to identify the authenticity of voice in a conversation allegedly involving a Perak Exco’s assistant attempting to cut a deal o...
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Audio recording to the forensics department says police
Police will send an audio recording to the forensics department to identify the voice in the conversation of a Perak exco’s assistant allegedly attempting to cut a deal over a case with an investiga...
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Audio recording allegedly of Perak exco aide sent to forensics
PARIT: Police will send an audio recording to the forensics department to identify the voice in a conversation with a Perak executive councillor’s assistant allegedly attempting to cut a deal over a...
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Petron teams up with bookdoc to reward users for staying healthy
Beh (right) and Choong exchanging the document of collaboration agreement between BookDoc and Petron Malaysia on Thursday.
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Perak CPO: Probe will stick to SOP without bias
IPOH: The probe involving the Perak executive council member accused of raping his maid is being done in accordance with standard operation procedures, says Perak police chief Comm Datuk Razarudin Husain.
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Perak exco man rape allegation: Papers sent to DPP, medical reports pending
IPOH: The investigation papers on Perak executive council member accused of raping his maid has been sent to the deputy public prosecutor's office, says Perak police chief Comm Datuk Razarudin Husain.
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'I rejected multi-million ringgit offer to switch parties - why go for thousands now?'
Perak state executive councillor Abdul Yunus Jamhari says he rejected a multi-million ringgit offer to change parties in 2009, the year in which the then-Pakatan Rakyat Perak government was toppled th...
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‘I am earning enough’
BAGAN SERAI: Perak state exco member Abdul Yunus Jamhari has claimed that he rejected a multi-million-ringgit offer to change parties in 2009.
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Perak exco to report ex-aide to PKR disciplinary board for graft claims
PETALING JAYA: Perak executive council member Abdul Yunus Jamhari, who is accused by his former aide of soliciting kickbacks from two companies, will report the matter to the PKR disciplinary board.
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Perak exco accused of power abuse and corruption
IPOH, July 13 — Days after a Perak executive councillor was accused of raping a maid, now another exco has been accused of abusing power to demand bribes and leaking government information.
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Perak exco member denies graft accusations, claims 'mastermind' behind attacks
IPOH: Perak executive council member Abdul Yunus Jamhari believes that the person who lodged a police report against him on Saturday (July 13) was directed by a "mastermind" to destroy his political career.
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Perak exco denies graft, accuses ex-aide of seeking revenge
Perak exco member Abdul Yunus Jamhari (above) has denied allegations of corruption following a police report lodged by his former special officer Beh Yong Kean today.
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Exco man says graft claim is political plot
PETALING JAYA: A Perak state executive councillor has denied an allegation that he tried to solicit a commission from two companies involved in a bid for state land and said the allegation was an atte...
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Worried Pangkor folks say island not ready for duty-free status
LUMUT, June 2 — With six months to go before Pangkor island gets its duty-free status on January 1, the island’s residents are worried about the apparent lack of preparation.
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Quick cash scam lands Grab driver in trouble
KUALA LUMPUR: The promise of quick cash landed a Grab driver in trouble when he found out that a syndicate running a money scam had duped him.
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Berkeley Uptown drives catalyst in revitalising Klang business hub
Beh providing project details to Chia and his wife.
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