Controversy over ‘quid pro quo’ agreements between Megha Krishna Reddy and senior Telangana IAS officer Rajat Kumar, who works as a special chief secretary in the irrigation department, refuses to die down even after the MEIL group (Megha Engineering and Infrastructure Ltd) and Rajat Kumar have denied the sensational reportRead More →

The security situation in the occupied West Bank is “approaching boiling point” due to the “weakness of the Palestinian Authority”, Israel’s Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) said in a report released on Monday. This weakness, he added, stems from the “united opposition” of factions, as well as “street gangs”.Read More →

Digital bank statements begin Financial institutions collaborate with the BoT Banks on Monday launched a digital bank statement service (dStatement) to provide greater convenience to customers. The initiative is a collaboration between the Bank of Thailand (BoT), 11 financial institutions under the Thai Bankers Association (TBA) and the Government FinancialRead More →

• Threat to sue uncooperative banks Ahead of the 2023 general election schedule, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) must shine its spotlight on politicians and political parties in a bid to track sources of funding for their campaigns. INEC Chairman Prof. Mahmood Yakubu publicized the plan at a politicalRead More →

BUSTED National Bureau of Investigation Spokesman Ferdinand Lavin introduces Nigerians Ifesinachi Fountain Anaekwe and Chukwuemeka Peter Nwadi, and Filipinos Jherom Anthony Taupa, Ronelyn Panaligan and Clay Revillosa, who were arrested earlier this week for their alleged involvement in the “draining” of money from hundreds of BDO accounts in December lastRead More →

vgajic/Getty Images If you’re looking to build wealth in a savings account, you’re usually out of luck. The national average rate paid on savings accounts is just 0.04%, and many large traditional banks offer a meager 0.01% APY on savings balances. But there are plenty of banks – mostly onlineRead More →

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission logo is seen in Putrajaya on June 21, 2017. — Photo by Yusof Mat Isa ALOR SETAR, January 12 – Twenty-five companies have been identified as being involved in submitting bank statements containing false information to a waste management company here in 2018 and 2019. SourcesRead More →