Singapore arrests / India ethical standards / Bangladesh conviction rate
Current, former police officers among 5 charged with corruption in Singapore. A police officer and two former police officers were among five people charged in court on Thursday (Jun 15) in connection with acts of corruption and bribery.
Lianne Chia/Channel News Asia: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/current-former-police-officers-among-5-charged-with-corruption-8946268
3 of 5 Indian professionals willing to work in companies involved in corruption cases. A survey conducted by consultancy EY shows how inconsistency in encouraging high ethicalstandards by corporates has led employees to justifying unethical behaviour at the workplace.
Ranjani Ayyar/The Times of India: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/3-of-5-professionals-willing-to-work-in-cos-involved-in-corruption-cases/articleshow/59150267.cms
Bangladesh anti-graft agency chief says conviction rate is 70%. Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Chairman Iqbal Mahmood today claimed that the conviction rate in graft cases filed by the ACC reached 70 percent in the last five months.