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Friday, June 24, 2011

APASAL BAWAK USB BUKAN VIDEO ASAL YANG DITAYANGKAN?

Adakah bukti tersebut releven dengan kes ini kerana ianya bukan video asal yang sepatutnya menjadi bahan bukti. Strange tetapi kita percaya mahkamah dan pendakwaan tentu mempunyai asas kukuh kerana perbicaraan belum bermula.
Dedah Video Seks : Trio Datuk T Mengaku Bersalah
KUALA LUMPUR: Trio Datuk T mengaku bersalah di Mahkamah Majistret di sini pada Jumaat atas pertuduhan melibatkan pendedahan video seks yang dikatakan mirip seorang pemimpin pembangkang.
Ahli perniagaan, Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah dan bekas Bendahari Pertubuhan Pribumi Perkasa (Perkasa) Datuk Shuib Lazim didakwa secara bersama menayangkan bahan lucah iaitu video seks adengan seorang lelaki dan wanita secara terbuka.
Bekas Ketua Menteri Melaka, Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik pula didakwa secara berasingan atas tuduhan bersubahat dengan mereka untuk melakukan kesalahan tersebut.
Mereka didakwa melakukan kesalahan itu antara pukul 10 pagi dan 12 tengah hari, 21 Mac lalu di bilik Seri Makmur, Hotel Carcosa Seri Negara, Taman Tasik Perdana, Persiaran Mahameru di sini.
Pendakwaan terhadap Shazryl Eskay dan Shuib dibuat mengikut Seksyen 292 (a) Kanun Keseksaan Akta 574 manakala pertuduhan terhadap Abdul Rahim dibuat mengikut seksyen sama yang dibaca bersama Seksyen 109 kanun sama bagi persubahatan.
Jika sabit kesalahan, semua mereka boleh dihukum penjara maksimum tiga tahun atau denda atau kedua-duanya sekali.
Selepas pengakuan tertuduh direkodkan, Timbalan Pendakwa Raya, Datuk Kamaludin Md Said mengemukakan bahan bukti termasuk satu peranti USB yang mengandungi rakaman video tersebut.
Video hitam putih yang mempunyai tempoh durasi selama 20 minit juga ditayangkan di mahkamah dengan beberapa adengan dilajukan ke hadapan.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

I WROTE THIS TO VIETNAM EMBASSY. WILL UPDATE FOR ANY REPLIES.

I would like to hi-lite a situation faced by my spouse in her recent visit to Vietnam. She and her group of 6 were stopped after immigration check-out at Ho Chi Minh Airport. The reason - they didn't declare goods bought in Vietnam. From our understanding and information there is no declaration required for goods bought (aka export out?) where the goods are keepsakes and souvenirs. The authority who stopped them threaten them a day or 2 in prison. They were inform that only allowed to purchase goods for own use - example cloth and silks. Even already went for boarding they were called again. In the end they were asked to pay USD50 per bag/luggage which afterwards change to RM50 per person. No receipt were given. The same case happened to most of the Malaysian during that trip on 16 June 2011 to KLIA via Ho Chi Minh Airport.

Upon checking with our local tour operators, there are no such regulation. I hereby would like to seek explanation, except for prohibited items which already clearly stated in Custom regulations, are there items that foreigners need to declare in terms of quantity or amount or prohibited to bring out of Vietnam. Your explanation regarding this matter is highly appreciated and thanking you in advance to clarify this matter since I am planning for another trip to Vietnam soon. 

Thank you.

DNA BABI DALAM LEPA SUSU (BUTTER) PULA. SILA RUJUK.

Maklumat ini saya terima melalui e-mail. Dikatakan Kek Lapis Sarawak banyak menggunakan lepa susu ini (ada tertulis pada bahan aka ingredient). Sila maklumkan jika ianya maklumat palsu (kot kot ada lak yang anti kek lapis Sarawak pulak).
Sila sebarkan maklumat ini memandangkan Ramadan sudah hampir tiba, dan ada yang sudah mula mengira-ngira untruk membeli bahan membuat kuih-kuih raya. Sesia aje puasa sebulan nanti.
STILL aku tak paham - surat kata New Zealand, kat bungkusan (contoh) tulis Australian. Mana satu pulak nih?

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DEMI RAKYAT! Video yang menjelouskan BN. ha ha ha


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Monday, June 20, 2011

WHO CARES IF THE PROJECT ENRICHED NON-BUMIS?


As long its a genuine and reliable company and save cost for the country. Even a global re-known company shall not be given any tender if the cost keep on increasing. even for the extention projects to be given to a higher bidder (50% more not to a cheaper proposals. Why? A reliable and convincing answer from the government of the day is required). Worse still the government (MOF) knows better than the LRT operator when comes to selection of reliable firms? Doesn't matter if it will cost the country extra RM300 millions for nothing which could easily covers couple of months of subsidies for petroleum and diesel? Don't blame the rakyats when they wanna UBAH.

Now Putrajaya hands LRT deal to UK firm ahead of Najib visit

June 20, 2011

A Putra line LRT train arrives at a station. — Courtesy of urbanrail.net
KUALA LUMPUR, June 20 — A Finance Ministry committee has changed its mind by awarding the contract for the Kelana Jaya light rail transit (LRT) extension to a consortium led by British firm Colas, after controversially ordering a deal last week with another joint-venture.
But the committee’s latest decision continues to ignore the recommendation of LRT operator Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad for the contract to be awarded to a third company in the frame.
The Singapore Straits Times reported today that the joint-venture between Colas and CMC Engineering Sdn Bhd would be awarded the project, citing senior industry executives and government officials close to the tender as its source.
Last week The Malaysian Insider reported that a finance ministry committee ordered Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd to award the deal to the Hartasuma Sdn Bhd-Bombardier joint-venture, whose RM890 million bid is nearly 50 per cent higher than the RM610 million quoted by the LRT operator’s choice, Ingress Corp Bhd-Balfour Beatty Rail Sdn Bhd.
This new about-turn, if confirmed, comes ahead of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s official visit to London next month where he is hoping to meet his British counterpart David Cameron.
The Singapore Straits Times quoted political analysts and industry executives as saying that the “behind-the-scenes intrigue shows how opaque and non-transparent practices that have long characterised large public-sector contract awards remain the order of the day in Malaysia.”
Calling the LRT deal “a strong test case” for Najib’s administration, the ST said that the decision to override Prasarana would “likely to dull Kuala Lumpur’s efforts to attract much-needed foreign investment.”
The project will extend and upgrade of electronic and mechanical systems for the Kelana Jaya line that will now stretch another 17km to Subang Jaya.
Prasarana is spending some RM7 billion for the extension of both the Kelana Jaya and Ampang LRT rail networks. The Ampang network will be extended by another 17.7km.
The wholly-owned unit of the Finance Ministry was forced to cave in to pressure from Malay rights groups last month when it revised pre-qualification criteria for several construction packages for the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) by allowing joint-ventures or consortiums.
It had on March 30 imposed additional criteria on contractors taking part in the project tender which disallowed them from forming joint ventures or consortiums.
Perkasa, however, accused Prasarana of blocking Bumiputera contractors from participating by enforcing “strict” guidelines that would only benefited “rich non-Bumis”, saying that project delivery partner MMC-Gamuda was “looting and monopolising” the project.
The MRT is expected to be the largest-ever construction project in Malaysia and had earlier been estimated to cost between RM36 billion and RM53 billion.

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