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  • noun Plural form of malpractice.


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  • In a statement the department said minister Zola Skweyiya had launched a probe into the use of public funds for poverty alleviation projects as well as perceived "malpractices" with regard to the employment of staff.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In a statement issued on Friday, the SARS said that the meeting had been convened to seek the cooperation of electronics industry players in addressing "malpractices" within the industry.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • After alleged "malpractices" by the Dikshitars, the Tamil Nadu state government appointed an Executive Officer to take over management of the Temple and of the offerings made there.

    Religion Clause

  • While local authority trading standards services dealt with cases within their areas, an estimated £4.8bn was lost each year through regional or national malpractices and the enforcement system for dealing with scams at that level was inadequate.

    Consumer ripoffs amount to £7bn a year, government committee warns

  • MUMBAI –India's central bank Thursday said all private sector and foreign banks must develop internal vigilance mechanisms in the next three months to identify and address any problems related to corruption or malpractices.

    RBI Tells Banks to Step Up Fight Against Corruption

  • Most expensive, corrupted and malpractices are the main elements of our system.

    Canada vs. US: whose health care system is better?

  • Health authorities found new malpractices at PIP in 2001, the report said, when the company introduced its silicone implants.

    Report Cites French Maker of Implants, Authorities

  • "With electronic voting, we have eliminated booth-capturing, stuffing the ballot box with rigged votes and malpractices on the counting table."

    Security of India's electronic voting questioned

  • Dr Dennis Eady, case consultant at the Cardiff Law School Innocence Project, a group that campaigns for victims of miscarriages of justice, backed Cooper's concerns, saying he despaired "at the bureaucratic obstacles, inhumanity and intellectual dishonesty that the appeal system will employ to avoid admitting and correcting its mistakes and malpractices".

    Miscarriages of justice are going unchallenged by watchdog, says QC

  • The guidelines serve to ensure "all issues arising out of lapses in the functioning of the private sector and foreign banks, especially relating to corruption, malpractices, frauds can be addressed uniformly by the banks for timely and appropriate action," the RBI said.

    RBI Tells Banks to Step Up Fight Against Corruption


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