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Website that published corruption allegations against Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak goes offline globally due to suspected cyber attack

KUALA LUMPUR – The Sarawak Report whistleblower website, already blocked in Malaysia after publishing corruption allegations against Prime Minister Najib Razak, was down globally on Sunday amid a suspected hacking attempt, its editor said. 698 more words

The Edge confirms Home Ministry letter

Ho Kay Tat, Publisher and CEO of The Edge Media Group says:

I would like to confirm online news reports that we have received a show-cause letter from the Home Ministry giving us seven days to provide a written explanation on why action should not be taken against The Edge Malaysia and The Edge Financial Daily under the Printing Presses and Publication Act 1984. 215 more words


Home Ministry issues show-cause letter to The Edge over 1MDB coverage

The Home Ministry has issued a show-cause letter to The Edge over what Putrajaya deemed to be unverified news that was published by the business paper on debt-laden 1 Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). 314 more words


Teesta's organisation to be probed by CBI

The Ministry of Home Affairs has given the green signal to the Central Bureau of Investigation to probe into the foreign funds received by Teesta Setalvad owned Sabrang Communication and Publishing Private Limited. 72 more words

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NGO- No more walk in the park

Any foreigner associated with an NGO visiting India will no longer have a walk in the park. Read more: NGOs: How the new rules will check foreign funding? 33 more words

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Foreign Contribution Regulation Act: New crackdown on NGO foreign funds

The NDA government has proposed a series of amendments to the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) to strengthen its scrutiny of financial transactions involving NGOs. 387 more words


Foreign funding for NGOs: After inputs from IB, PMO tells Home Ministry to tighten FCRA regulations

NEW DELHI: Acting on instructions from the PM’s Office (PMO), the home ministry is stepping up scrutiny of foreign-funded non-governmental outfits based on recommendations of Intelligence Bureau, a move that could prove controversial coming as it does after actions against Ford Foundation and Greenpeace. 491 more words