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Seafield temple issue: Police get nod from DPP to charge 21 people

KLANG, Dec 12 (Bernama) -- Police have received instructions from the Deputy Public Prosecutor (DPP) to charge 21 people in connection with last month’s riots at the Sri Maha Mariamman temple in USJ25, Subang Jaya.

Selangor police chief Datuk Mazlan Mansor said so far police had prepared 67 investigation papers and arrested 106 people to assist in their probe.....

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Temple riot: Two men charged with causing hurt on public member

Security guard G. Daniel, 33, a delivery man, M. Elangovan, 34, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge, which was read out separately to them, before Magistrate Nurshahirah Abd Salim.


Woman stabbed by neighbour over long standing disagreement

Yap Choon Mooi was killed when stabbed in the chest, while her husband, Chong Yoke Wa was injured in the abdomen in the attack.


Temple riots: Nine more charged for rioting with dangerous weapons 

Deputy public prosecutor Datuk Salim Soib @ Hamid who headed the prosecution team offered bail at RM10,000 in one surety for each accused with the additional condition of reporting to the police station every month as well as surrendering their passports to the court.


Student killed by flying blade from lawn tractor: Two companies charged with negligence

MI Yusof Enterprise was charged with failing to provide a safe work procedure  on the use of the Kubota lawn tractor, resulting in the death of  Nur Afini Roslan, 14, and caused injury to Abdullah Hazlan,14, and Mohd Farhan Reza Badrol Hesam, 13, at the field of SMK Tuanku Abdul Rahman at 10.20 am on Feb 13 this year.


Remains of fire victims cannot be buried today - exco

The burial process for the victims cannot be held today as we are still waiting for the dental record reports. We have to follow standard operating procedures (SOPs) as this is a very serious case.


Solar project: Rizal Mansor's graft case to be heard in high court

Today has also been fixed for case management before the deputy registrar of the High Court to obtain the date for mention at the High Court.


Tengku Nan discharged of RM2 million bribery charge, new charge filed over same transaction

We find the facts in the first and second charge not related and therefore inapproriate to tried together.


Court rejects Najib's bid to pay RM500,000 bail in instalments

Muhammad Shafee objected to it and applied for the court to extend  the bail amount that had been imposed on his client on separate cases,  totalling RM5.5 million,  to today’s case.


Najib leaves court complex, declines to speak to reporters

He was charged in the Sessions Court with using his position as the prime minister to order alterations to the 1MDB final audit report before it was tabled to the Public Accounts Committee so as to avoid any action against him.


Families agree to bury all five fire victims in common grave

Yesterday we looked at the body but could not recognise it because the body was severely charred, so the hospital called us to give blood samples.


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Aircraft carrying Sultan Ahmad Shah's remains leaves for Kuantan


Sultan Nazrin orders flags to be flown at half-mast in Perak


Johor Sultan to personally reply Raya well-wishers


Sultan Ibrahim breaks fast with police


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