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Rajasthan: Constable flees with Rs 4,000 bribe

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app For Android For IOS Rajasthan: Constable flees with Rs 4,000 bribe. Kota (Raj), Jul 24  A head constable allegedly fled with a bribe of Rs 4,000 from a police station in Kota, said an Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) official here today. Abdul Hakim, a head

Ludhiana Police ASI Caught Red Handed While Accepting Bribe

DP Correspondent , Ludhiana:-The sleuths of Vigilance department have caught Assistant Sub inspector (ASI) of Ludhiana Police while accepting fifteen thousand bribe on Monday. Earlier the accused had accepted five thousand bribe.The arrested accused has been identified as ASI Rajinder Kumar posted at Police station division number 5.Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Vigilance bureau Jaswinder

Guatemalan judge pleads guilty in FIFA bribery scandal

Guatemalan judge pleads guilty in FIFA bribery scandal

A 63-yr-old former official in Guatemala’s Football Federation broke down in tears as he pleaded guilty to wire fraud and conspiracy in the big corruption scandal that has rocked world football.Hector Trujillo, who served as general secretary of the Guatemalan federation from 2009 to 2015 and also was a judge on the country’s constitutional court, admitted

Bribery, corruption risks to persist in 2017: Study

New Delhi: Compliance professionals theworld over believe that bribery and corruption risks are likely to persist this year, showed a joint study from Kroll and the Ethisphere Institute. More than one-third (35 per cent) of all risk and compliance professionals surveyed expect their organisation’s bribery and corruption risks to increase in 2017, and more than

Blatter hit with FIFA bribery probe

Zurich: Banned former FIFA president Sepp Blatter and his chief lieutenants were under fresh investigation over alleged illicit salaries and bonuses totalling USD 80 million, FIFA’s ethics committee said. Football’s scandal-plagued ruling body said in June that Blatter, Jerome Valcke and Markus Kattner had skimmed off the eight-figure sum in “a coordinated effort” to “enrich