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PELUANG UNTUK JANA PENDAPATAN

In Raba punggong on April 23, 2008 at 11:56 pm

https://i0.wp.com/flan.csusb.edu/images/hands_world_sm.gifSesiapa yang PERNAH atau SEDANG di RABA, di pungkoq atau lain lain kawasan yang sewaktu dengannya, oleh sebarang Menteri atau Bekas Menteri boleh lah mempertimbang untuk membuat lapuran polis di mana mana balai polis yang terdekat. Ini adalah peluang yang baik buat masa ini untuk menjana pendapatan ketika musim kegawatan ekonomi seperti sekarang.

Pastikan ada bahan bukti atau saksi sah. Mengikut syarat syarat yang sewajarnya.

Sementara itu …. kepada mereka di luar sana, terutama mereka yang mata dan tangan keranjang. Tidak termasuk sukan dan bola keranjang. Jangan leka membiarkan tangan anda bergerak tanpa kawalan. Jaga lah ia seperti anda menjaga anak anda sendiri. kerana masa depan anda turut bergantung kepadanya. Jengok poket dan jawatan sebelum membuat sebarang tindakan.

Terutama kepada mereka yang tidak berduit dan boleh dikategorikan sebagai papa kedana kerana sebarang tingkah laku ini akan membawa masa depan anda gelap dan bergerigi besi. Duduk di dalam penjara tanpa pembelaan.

Wang boleh memainkan peranan, boleh mengatasi undang undang dan boleh menjadikan anda bebas menggunakannya untuk apa apa tujuan. Oleh itu, jana pendapatan sebelum membuat sebarang tindakan.

Dengan wang, BPR tak boleh siasat, lapuran polis boleh terbatal dan anda dikategorikan sebagai tidak bersalah kerana kurang bukti dan saksi. Selamat mencuba. Bukan nak galak tapi sendiri kena pikir la…….

Baca testimonial peserta terdahulu di rockybru

Hindraf formal complaint to United Nations.

In Hindraf on April 23, 2008 at 11:31 pm

Hon. Madam Louise Arbour

United Nations High Commissioner on Human Rights

Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights
Palais Wilson
52 rue des Pâquis
CH-1201 Geneva, Switzerland

17th April 2008.

Dear Madam,

RE: SERIOUS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS AFFECTING THE ETHNIC INDIAN MINORITY COMMUNITY IN MALAYSIA.

50 YEARS OF HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS AND THE ETHNIC COMMUNITY REMAINS A PERMANENTLY COLONIZED COMMUNITY.

APPOINTMENT OF SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS AFFECTING THE ETHNIC MALAYSIAN INDIAN COMMUNITY.

I write both in my personal capacity as well as chairman of the above-mentioned organization.

Malaysia achieved independence in 1957 from the United Kingdom Government. 200 years ago the British colonial masters exported indentured laborers from South India into then Malaya and when the country achieved independence these ethnic Indians were left behind without their rights being adequately protected in the new Federal Constitution that was then drafted.

Over the last 50 years the ethnic Indian minority community has suffered various Human Rights violations under the hands of the majority Malay UMNO led political party who controlled other coalition political parties within the Government. more…at hindrafinternational

Uthayakumar’s claim of improper medical care untrue: Suhakam

In Belit Suhakam on April 23, 2008 at 11:29 pm

nst – “The allegation that Uthayakumar was discharged from hospital while still being critically ill is untrue. The doctor who treated Uthayakumar has 20 years’ experience in treating those with diabetes. Dr Letchuman had allowed him to leave the hospital based on a professional opinion that the detainee’s health is fine,” he said.

Siva dismissed allegations that the Hindraf legal adviser was not given medicine for his illnesses. For families of the detainees to provide their own medicine, they will have to get the approval from the hospital and prison authorities.

“Approval will only be given if the hospital does not have the needed medication,” he said.
On a claim that Uthayakumar’s food had salt and sugar in it, Siva said the relevant authority assured Suhakam that the detainee only received salt- and sugar-free food and drinks. more…

Malaysia’s Exim Bank: A Morass of Bad Loans

In asiasentinel on April 23, 2008 at 10:56 pm

asiasentinel – Bank Negara sits on a report that a government-owned bank has lost millions on loans to politicians and royalty

An explosive auditor’s report on the government-owned Malaysia Export-Import Bank that details tens of millions of dollars in politically tinged nonperforming loans and possible illegalities has been hidden away in a central bank file for more than four years without being acted upon.

The report, by auditors from Bank Negara Malaysia, the country’s central bank, probes borrowers closely tied to the United Malays National Organisation, the leading party in the country’s ruling coalition, as well as companies tied to the Sultan of Terengganu, the current Malaysian king. The report into the bank’s lending activities details inadequate risk management on projects amounting to RM116 million (US$37 million).

A copy of the report was submitted to Malaysia’s Anti-Corruption Agency in February by Norhayati Abdullah, a former bank employee who was fired after 12 years, allegedly for taking kickbacks from an advertising firm. She denied the charges and said she was being made a skapegoat for corruptin inside the bank. She was joined in going to the ACA by disgruntled Exim bank officials in alleging that top management were involved in taking kickbacks and other malpractices. Senior bank managers were said to have illicitly purchased luxury cars while also receiving millions of ringit in cash. The whistleblowers also submitted documents claiming that bank managers enjoyed protection from powerful politicians, which gave them a free rein to do as they please.

Despite repeated requests for comment, Bank Negara officials have refused comment on why the report was never acted upon. One official acknowledged the existence of the report and then passed the question on to another official who didn’t call back. While an Anti-Corruption Agency spokesman said that the case is being investigated, there seems little evidence that the agency has spoken to any of the complaining witnesses about the allegations. Under Malaysia’s Prevention of Corruption Act, public officials must declare their assets and are required to account for the source of any unexplained cash that doesn’t appear to be earned at their salary levels. more…

Read also …. Spin machine spinning out of control (Corridors of power)

Nawawi simpan al-Quran terkecil di dunia

In Ilmu on April 23, 2008 at 10:45 pm

Seorang pengumpul barang antik dari Kampung Tanjung di sini, Mohamad Nawawi Anjang Mahmood, 72, mendakwa memiliki senaskah al-Quran sebesar ibu jari, dipercayai berusia lebih 300 tahun dan yang terkecil di dunia.

Naskah itu dikatakan mempunyai saiz yang sama dengan naskah al-Quran yang dimiliki oleh seorang pemuda dari Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Mohd. Syukri Mohd. Aris, 27, pada Februari lepas.

Ia jauh lebih kecil daripada naskah al-Quran sebesar kotak mancis yang ingin dijual oleh sekumpulan peniaga dari Australia kepada Sultan Brunei, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah dengan harga AS$$9.6 juta beberapa tahun lepas. – more on Utusan meloya ….

Merusuh kerana terlalu lama ditahan?

In Pendatang on April 23, 2008 at 2:50 pm

malaysiakini –

lenggeng detention camp myanmar burmese detainees incarcerated 220408“Ramai pelarian tersebut hidup dalam tekanan kerana terlalu lama ditahan di pusat tahanan dan menghadapi masa depan yang tidak menentu,” kata Presiden Pertubuhan Hak Asasi Manusia Etnik Rohingya Burma (MERHROM), Zafar Ahmad Abdul Ghani.

Menurutnya, tindakan berterusan pihak berkuasa menahan pelarian di negara ini mengakibatkan berlaku kesesakan di pusat-pusat tahanan tetapi tiada kemajuan dalam permohonan untuk penempatan semula mereka di negara ketiga.

Akibatnya, tambah beliau, berlakunya rusuhan sepertimana di pusat tahanan imigresen Lenggeng di mana warga Myanmar terbabit bertindak liar dan membakar pejabat pentadbiran.

Pusat itu menempatkan 820 tahanan yang terdiri daripada rakyat Nepal, Vietnam, Indonesia, Kemboja, Sri Lanka dan Thailand kerana memasuki negara tanpa dokumen sah. more…

Bekas Menteri Raba Punggung Pulang Esok

In Msomelayu on April 23, 2008 at 2:46 pm

msomelayu – BEKAS Menteri yang dikaitkan dengan satu laporan polis di balai Polis Brickfields pada 14 April lalu dikatakan akan pulang dari luar negeri esok. Orang ramai yang mengikuti laporan bekas menteri berkenaan tertanya-tanya apakah beliau akan terus dipanggil polis untuk menjalankan siasatan atau pun tidak sebaik menjejaki kaki di lapangan terbang KLIA.

Bekas menteri berkenaan didakwa telah melakukan gangguan seks ke atas seorang pelayan Havana Club di Meridian hotel.

Pelayan berkenaan bersama teman lelakinya telah membuat laporan polis. Pihak polis semalam membuat kenyataan akhbar mengesahkan ada menerima laporan berhubung perkara itu. Pihak polis seperti mana ditegaskan dalam kenyataan akhbar akan membuat siasatan tidak kira ke atas orang kecil atau orang besar.

Bekas menteri berkenaan juga kena menghadiri majlis angkat sumpah sebagai ahli Parlimen yang di bangunan Parlimen pada 28 April, Isnin. Sudah pasti sekiranya bekas menteri berkenaan hadir pada hari angkat sumpah beliau akan menjadi tumpuan rakan-rakan ahli Yang Berhormat. more…

Pas sendiri sudah tidak berminat dengan Negara Islam?

In Msomelayu on April 23, 2008 at 2:44 pm

Ingatan Kepada Karpal
msomelayu – PENENTANGAN yang bersifat kebencian melampau Kapal Singh kepada Negara Islam tajaan Pas nampaknya konsisten. Ahli Parlimen Bukit Gelugur itu langsung tidak bertolak ansur atau pun bersikap diplomasi dalam agenda ini. Mungkin sikap inilah menjadikan beliau berjaya sebagai seorang peguam pembela yang hebat dan terkenal.

Mungkin juga kerana sikap dan sifat degil berbatu kerikil inilah menyebabkan beliau pernah ditumbuk oleh Kiai Arshad kira-kira 25 tahun lalu.

Dari dulu lagi Karpal Singh menentang perjuangan (Pas) untuk mewujudkan negara Islam. Islam bagi Karpal Singh macamlah babi bagi orang Islam berfahaman ahli sunnah wal jemaah. Berbagai alasan yang beliau berikan, termasuk bahawa perjuangan itu tidak akan tercapai kerana negara ini negara sekular dan perlembagaan negara ini tetap menghalangnya.

Saya tidak tahu macam mana kalau Karpal Singh sudah menjadi timbalan TPM kedua atau ketiga kelak. Apakah semua aktiviti menjurus kepada Islam akan disekat dan dihalang? Beliau nampaknya tidak ada pengertian langsung dan kadang-kadang buta kepada reality politik dan perkembangan semasa atau sengaja memicingkan matanya daripada melihat kebenaran dan kepentingan orang lain! more…

BUKIT GASING: High Court extends injunction

In Belit DBKL on April 23, 2008 at 2:38 pm

NST The High Court today extended to Friday, an ex-parte interim injunction to 108 Bukit Gasing residents to halt all action pertaining to the hill slope development which was earlier approved by the Kuala Lumpur mayor.
Justice Lau Bee Lan allowed the extension of the injunction given on April 3, to give ample time to counsels representing the mayor and developer Gasing Meridian Sdn Bhd (GMSB) to look into the affidavit in reply.

The court was told that it was only yesterday afternoon that the affidavit was served to the counsels.

On Friday, the high court will hear an inter-parte injunction on the application by the residents to stop all action approved by the mayor, in respect of a developer’s application for planning permission.

At this juncture, Joslyn Gooting appearing for GMSB, gave an assurance that his client would not continue with the erection of hoardings or begin any earth works in the area, pending hearing of the stay application. more…

Meanwhile at Bukit Antarabangsa,

Kuala Lumpur

Sun2surf – A car among the four that suffered major damages when hit by a boulder at Wangsa Heights, Bukit Antarabangsa. The incident, which happened at 2.20am, however did not cause any fatalities.

Altantuya’s family asks for help

In Altantuya on April 23, 2008 at 2:32 pm

Sun2surf – (..) Speaking through his lawyer and translator Munkhsaruul Mijiddorj in his hotel room, Shaariibuu said the boy has an enlarged head because of accumulation of fluid in the brain and he cannot walk.

“Altanshagai does not know of his mother’s death yet and it is hard for us to see him standing in front of her picture, saying ‘mother, please come back’,” said Shaariibuu, who is also the director of the Centre for Information and Education in the National University of Mongolia in Ulan Bator.

“We have told him that she is away working in Korea. Altanshagai hopes that every knock at the door is that of his mother returning,” he said.

Shaariibuu said since Altantuya’s death, it has been hard making ends meet.

“Altantuya was the main breadwinner in our home and she had worked hard to pay for Altanshagai’s medical expenses,” he said.

He said Altantuya had taken the boy for three operations and was scheduled to take him for another round of treatment before she went missing.

After these three treatments, the boy started to speak but still could not walk. However, when Altantuya was alive, she would hold his hand patiently and encourage him to walk, said Shaariibuu.

Her elder son, B. Mongonshagai, 11, has stopped attending public school and is tutored privately as he could no longer bear the jokes and jibes from classmates regarding her mother’s murder.

“Mongonshagai is also exposed to the news and internet and reads the reports posted online,’ said Shaariibuu. more…