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Malaysia proposes up to 10 years' jail, fines for publishers o...

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razaks government tabled a bill in Parliament on Monday outlawing "fake news," with hefty fines and up to 10 years in jail, raising more concerns about media freedom in the wake of a multi-billion dollar graft scandal. The bill ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
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Godrej International sees palm futures rising to 2,700 ringgit by June

In an alternative bullish scenario, oil palms could suffer tree stress as haze returns to Southeast Asia this year, leaving Malaysian output unchanged in 2018 Last Updated at March 6, 2018 23:51 IST Godrej International's Dorab Mistry is turning slightly ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Indian-origin Malaysian on death row in S'pore wins acquittal

In a rare case, an Indian-origin Malaysian on death row in Singapore for possessing drugs has been acquitted by the country' apex court. According to the judgement yesterday, Gopu Jaya Raman successfully proved that he did not know that controlled drugs were hidden in the motorcycle he was riding into Singapore.On March 24, 2014, Gopu was arrested after he entered Singapore through Woodlands Checkpoint on the north with three black bundles of diamorphine hidden in his motorcycle's ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Autorickshaw driver held for fleeing with passenger's bag containing foreign currency

An autorickshaw driver was arrested from the New Delhi railway station area for allegedly stealing a passenger's bag containing foreign currency, police said today.The accused, Imtiaz Mia, was arrested yesterday, they said.On February 19, he had stolen the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Indonesian accused in Kim Jong Nam killing was hired for prank show, lawyer says

A woman accused of killing the North Korean leaders estranged half-brother was hired for a prank television show by a suspect wanted by the Malaysian police just over a month earlier, her lawyer told a court on Tuesday. Indonesian Siti Aisyah is accused with ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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