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February 15, 2018 8:18 AM Actions will be taken against selling Johor badges of honour

JOHOR BARU: Johor Council of the Royal Court warned actions will be taken for parties who attempt to sell badges of honour, including Pingat Ibrahim Sultan Second class (PIS II), and the Coronation Medal of Ibrahim Sultan through social media. President of Johor Council of the Royal Court, Datuk Abdul Rahim Ramli said all the selling badges of honour 4

February 12, 2018 11:20 AM Federal Court dismisses UM’s leave to appeal against students

A three-man bench led by Chief Justice Tun Md Raus Sharif in a unanimous decision affirmed the Court of Appeal's ruling after hearing submissions from UM's lawyer Datuk Muhammad Adam Abdullah and the students' counsel Edmund Bon. — Reuters picPUTRAJAYA, Feb 12 — The Federal Court today dismissed the bid by University of Malaya (UM)’s Students Disciplinary 3

February 10, 2018 1:49 PM Former Fifa vice-president Chung’s ban cut to 15 months

The Court of Arbitration for Sport has reduced former Fifa vice-president Chung Mong-joon’s five-year ban from soccer to 15 months. — Reuters file picZURICH, Feb 10 — Former Fifa vice-president Chung Mong-joon’s five-year ban from soccer, over ethics violations in connection with South Korea’s unsuccessful bid to host the 2022 World Cup, has been cut to 15 months 5

February 7, 2018 12:42 AM Apple-Shazam deal may threaten competition in Europe, EU says

Illustration photo of the Shazam application on a mobile phone December 12, 2017. — Reuters picBRUSSELS, Feb 7 — Apple Inc’s takeover of music-identification service Shazam may threaten to adversely affect competition and should be reviewed by the European Commission, the regulator said. Apple will be told to file the deal to the Brussels-based antitrust 6

February 1, 2018 4:07 AM Inspector claims trial to bribery charge

KUALA TERENGGANU: A police inspector pleaded not guilty at the sessions court here today to a charge of accepting a RM3,000 bribe as an inducement to "take it easy" on an individual caught for drug offences in February 2016. Lee Beng Oui, 37, from the Anti-Narcotics Unit of Kemaman police, was accused of receiving the money from Corporal Aziz Abdullah 2

February 1, 2018 12:43 AM Singapore owners of unregistered e-bikes to face fines from today

E-bike owners who have not registered their vehicles or continue to use non-compliant bikes could face hefty fines and jail sentences from today. — Picture courtesy of Land Transport Authority SINGAPORE, Feb 1 — E-bike owners who have not registered their vehicles or continue to use non-compliant bikes could face hefty fines and jail sentences from today 6

January 31, 2018 6:05 AM Pakistani trader fined, jailed for bribing policeman

Zeb Ghulab was charged with offering the bribe to Lance Corporal Sebri Shukri as an inducement for the policeman to not take action against him for driving without a valid driving licence. — AFP picKUALA TERENGGANU, Jan 31 — A Pakistani carpet and textile trader was sentenced to a month jail and fined RM10,000 by the Sessions Court here today for offering 6

January 30, 2018 2:02 PM 5 employers charged with immigration offences

KUALA TERENGGANU: Three employers pleaded guilty at the sessions court here today to immigration charges involving illegal foreign workers. Shafie Ismail, 55, was ordered to pay RM5,000 as fine for allowing Roheemah Su Long, 23, a Thai national, to stay at the premises of 'Restoran Roti Tempayan dan Tomyam' in Taman Paka Perdana, Dungun at 12.55am on June 9. He paid the fine. Yakmin 4

January 30, 2018 11:16 AM Vietjet fined for football bikini show

Vietjet has made headlines in the past with its controversial use of bikini-clad flight attendants and risqué marketing campaigns.HANOI, Jan 30 ― Vietnam’s aviation authority today fined budget airline Vietjet for a semi-naked and celebratory display by bikini-clad models aboard a special flight carrying home the country’s under-23 football team from a competition 13

January 19, 2018 10:51 AM Repairman fined for causing hurt on lady friend

KUALA LUMPUR: A repairman was fined RM2,500, in default three months' jail, by the magistrate's court here today for voluntarily causing hurt on a lady friend last Sunday. Magistrate Maizatul Munirah Abd Rahman meted out the fine on D.Vageswaran, 19, who pleaded guilty to a charge of causing hurt on a food shop assistant K.Kasturi, 26, at Jalan 2A/133, Taman 7