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Gang Party in School Busted
KLANG: The number eight and yesterday's date 08.08.08 did not prove to be auspicious for some members of the Gang 08. Many, especially the Chinese community in Malaysia, celebrated the day with dinners, parties and even mass weddings.
Triple Killing May Be Over Girl
KUALA LUMPUR: The recent murders of three youths in Pengkalan Balak, Malacca, were not because of gang-related activities, but over a dispute involving a girl. Malacca police chief Datuk Chuah Ghee Lye said initial investigations revealed several possibilities behind the brutal murders.
`Cops Going After Gangs Abroad'
... nterparts, the police are focusing on snaring the gangs, especially the leaders, who are calling the shots from thousands of kilometres away from their bases in Malaysia. Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi told the New Straits Times that Thai authorities were aware that many Malaysian gangs and triads had businesses in Danok and Hat Yai.
Uzbek Woman Bites Cop
KUALA LUMPUR: AN Uzbek woman bit a policeman here yesterday to escape Op Cantas. The incident occurred when the woman, in her 20s, resisted arrest in front a club in Jalan P. Ramlee. It took three officers to hold her down before she could be handcuffed.
...Police intelligence had identified houses frequented by gang members in the areas. It is believed that 45 flat units housed ..., police detained 10 suspected members of the notorious 04, 08 and Satu Hati triads at the Thai border on Saturday. The men, ... and a Proton Perdana while attempting to return to Malaysia. State Criminal Investigation Department chief Superintendent ...
Malaysian Gangs Carving Out Own Turf
DANOK: Once the domain of Thai triads, Malaysian gangs are believed to have muscled in to turn a portion of the town into their own turf. The New Straits Times recently spent three days at the border town and were told that these businessmen were running pubs, massage parlours and safe havens for criminals fleeing Malaysian authorities.
2,000 Arrested Under `Op Cantas Khas'
KUALA LUMPUR: A two-day Narcotics Department swoop under the nationwide "Op Cantas" saw police arrest almost 2,000 people, including drug traffickers, and seize 18kg of various drugs. Federal Narcotics Department director Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim said police arrested 1,911 people under "Op Cantas Khas Narkotik" last Friday and Saturday.
... arrested included three secret society members, such as Gang 04, Gang 08, Gang 555, Gang Raj and Gang 18. "Most of the gang ...When asked about Malaysia being the transit point for drugs, Rashid said the cases had ...
We Are One
1Malaysia may be a concept by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, but racial unity has been practised by Malaysians even before it was conceived. Life & Times talks to people whose friendships have gone beyond race and religion. FRIENDS AT WORK
Mamak Gang Leader to Be Quizzed Over Rm50m Heist
KUALA LUMPUR: The godfather of the Mamak Gang arrested on Saturday is to be questioned in connection with last year's RM50 million microchip heist in Penang. Federal CID director Datuk Christopher Wan said the 46-year-old suspect would assist police in investigations into the case, dubbed "Malaysia's biggest robbery".
Three More Deva Gang Members Held, Arms Seized
KUALA LUMPUR: Police are on the verge of closing the file on the Deva Gang following the seizure of a cache of arms and the arrest of three more suspects over the past several days. The arms, believed to be several assault rifles and a pistol, were found in a flat in Bandar Rahman Putra, Sungai Buloh, yesterday morning.
Two in Robbery Gang Shot Dead, 3 Held
SERENDAH: The crime spree of a robbery gang came to an abrupt halt when two of them were shot dead and three others nabbed by police early yesterday. Indonesians Hasan Basri, 23, and Samsuddin Hassan, 31, who entered Malaysia on Aug 8, attempted to attack policemen with a parang and sickle when they were shot dead in Jalan Pinggiran Tasik Kiambang.
Murder Victim Found in Trader's 50-Year-Old Grave
PORT DICKSON: Police dug up a 50-year-old grave to exhume the remains of a murder victim who was shot dead in Kuala Lumpur in November last year. Gunaseelan's body was placed on top of the 50-year-old remains of a businessman from Port Dickson who had died of tuberculosis and was buried in the grave at the Taman PD Utama Chinese cemetery half a century ago.
Investigations revealed that Gunaseelan, 35, was a member of Gang 08 and was shot dead by another gang member, following an ... and pathologists from Hospital Universiti Kebang-saan Malaysia (HUKM) exhumed Gunaseelan's remains. His remains were identified ...
Eight Held Over Gang-Rape of Student
KUCHING, Mon. - Police yesterday arrested eight suspects, including three teenagers, believed to have been involved in the gang-rape of an 18-year- old female student. The victim, a student of Institute Kemahiran Islam Malaysia in Telaga Air near here, was alleged to have been gang-raped at a secluded spot near Kampung Selang, Telaga Air near here last Thursday night.
Gangs Battle It Out in London
JAMES HIPKISS recommends getting embroiled in a London gangster thriller this weekend. IN THE DARK
More Loan Shark `Datuks' to Be Held
KUALA LUMPUR: Several more people, including those with the title "Datuk", will be arrested soon for being members of the country's largest loan shark network, Criminal Investigations Department director Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin said yesterday. He declined to reveal their identities.
... of foreigners involved in rape and murder cases in Malaysia. Since 2005, police have arrested 772 foreigners and illegal ...In another case, police are tracking members of the Deva Gang who were involved with the RM3.5 million heist at Kuala Lumpur ...
Its Not Always About the Looks
PUNK'S got a bad rap. From eating garbage to gang fights, punk groups are shunned - or feared - by the Malaysian public. If you caught ntv7's Edisi Siasat special on punks last month, you may be forgiven for thinking that they eat rubbish. The gripping investigative series featured the punk scene in Muar, Malacca and Kuala Lumpur, with scenes of this group of people eating food out of garbage dumps.
The Familiar Road of Excuses, Under-Achievement
EVERY four years, the rest of the world enjoys the Olympics while Malaysians travel down that familiar road of excuses, underachievement and envy. Excuses is what happens when a string of the country's world- ranked badminton players blame their defeat on everything from misreading the draft in the stadium to misreading their opponents' play.
Ebbs and Flows in Literary Fortune
BACK in 1988, A. Samad Ismail wrote a short story entitled Rumah Kedai Di Jalan Seladang (The Shop Houses of Jalan Seladang). It came out in the November issue of Dewan Sastera, the literary magazine published by Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (DBP).
... stage, and directed the play myself in conjunction with Malaysia Fest 1989. Sadly, the wise men of letters who determined who ... by Akhdiat Akasah, Liena Afiera Malik, Shamsiah Daud and gang sell like hot cakes. These novels - novel picisan (literally ...
A Challenge Youths Embrace
THE National Service programme was introduced on Feb 16, 2004 to inculcate patriotism and discipline in youths. Overall, the NS has been highly popular. Former participants speak highly of their "different and exciting" experiences and take home great memories.
... National Service in 2004 at Kem Sintok, Universiti Utara Malaysia. He misses it till today. He says that if not for National ...The wardens keep a sharp lookout so quarrels and gang fights do not occur. A monitoring committee has been formed to ...
A Smart Suit Was Leader's Armour
KUALA LUMPUR: He was always in a suit and tie, and stayed in luxury hotels here. He was also the mastermind of a murderous gang of robbers. A 41-year-old Malaysian is the leader of the gang of notorious Thai criminals that was crippled by police hours after a heist in Subang Jaya, Selangor, on Saturday.
Stolen Scripts: Pupils Resit Papers
KUALA LUMPUR: Pupils whose UPSR exam answer sheets were stolen from a Pos Malaysia van have resat the papers. Several hundred pupils from several Chinese and Tamil schools in Perak sat the Mathematics, Chinese and Tamil language papers yesterday.