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Daily Archives: January 10, 2013

Rafizi, mengaku sajalah apa yang kamu war warkan adalah tipu dan palsu belaka – Deepak

Rafizi dan Deepak

Deepak dan Rafizi sama sama tak boleh dipercayai . Apa yang Pisau perhatikan segala macam dakwaan yang dibuat oleh Deepak dan Rafizi tak lebih kepada menimbulkan persepsi..syak wasangka tanpa disertai bukti dan fakta yang benar benar kukuh. Sebelum ini Rafizi mengaku dihadapan pihak media beliau menerima email daripada Deepak berserta invoice kononnya Deepak membeli cincin bernilai ratusan ribu ringgit untuk ... Read More »

Jessica Alba – “No booty shorts for me”

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Jessica Alba  is adamant she will never wear “booty shorts” although she admits she feels more “adventurous” with her style since becoming a mother. The ‘Sin City’ actress has made the top 100 of various lists – including the 100 Hottest Women of All-Time by Men’s Health magazine – over the years and although she is known for her stunning ... Read More »

IPF Rally as a sign saying “We Don’t need You” Pakatan Rakyat

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PETALING JAYA  -  As Pakatan Rakyat prepares for a mammoth rally dubbed “Himpunan Kebangkitan Rakyat” (People’s Uprising Rally) on Jan 12 at Stadium Merdeka, a BN-friendly party is also scheduled to hold a massive rally on the same day. The All Malaysia Indian Progressive Front better known as IPF confirmed that the party was  planning a rally on Jan 12, ... Read More »

Bayi maut, angkara ibu sendiri paksa makan serbuk cili

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South Carolina  –  Baru berusia dua tahun namun seorang bayi disumbat dengan serbuk cili sebagai hukuman. Itu perbuatan kejam yang dilakukan oleh seorang wanita, mengakibatkan bayi berkenaan meninggal dunia. Susulan kejadian itu, Amanda Sorensen, 21, ditangkap atas tuduhan mendera kanak-kanak tersebut yang juga anak kepada teman lelakinya. Biarpun bayi berkenaan dikejarkan ke hospital, namun doktor gagal merawatnya selepas bayi berkenaan ... Read More »

11 gold heist murderers “melted”

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GEORGE TOWN  -  The suspects who killed an 80-year-old temple caretaker and stole the golden statue of a deity before melting it into gold bars have been arrested. The 11 suspects included a teenager, a Bangladeshi, an Indian national and two gold traders. State Criminal Investigation Department chief Senior Assistant Commissioner Mazlan Kesah said one suspect was aged 16 while ... Read More »

Why special lift and CCTV for ‘Halal’ food ?

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PETALING JAYA  -  The controversial signboards beside three elevators at the Crystal Crown hotel here were put up to comply with the requirements stipulated by the Department of Islamic Development (Jakim) regarding the transportation of non-halal food. Crystal Crown’s chief operating officer Khoo Hui Keam said: “Our ‘halal’ licence expired last June and Jakim had new requirements which stated that ... Read More »

Even a taxi driver was conned by ‘Capt Darwin’

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KUALA LUMPUR  -  He was a sweet-talker, who called himself “Capt Darwin”, and claiming to be a pilot. He scoured shopping malls for unsuspecting victims and struck up conversations with them. And before they knew it, they were treating Capt Darwin to expensive meals and buying him luxury goods, running their bills into the thousands. The suspect then took his ... Read More »

Benteng polis menjamin Thaipusam selamat

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KUALA LUMPUR  —  Polis akan menempatkan lebih 1,000 anggota bagi menjaga keselamatan orang ramai sempena sambutan perayaan Thaipusam di Batu Caves, selama empat hari mulai 24 Januari ini. Timbalan Ketua Polis Selangor, Datuk A. Thaiveegan berkata, selain menempatkan anggota di situ, orang ramai sendiri boleh mengambil beberapa langkah bagi menjamin keselamatan mereka. Sebagai contoh, katanya, ibu bapa dinasihatkan agar menyimpan ... Read More »

Is this how DAP intends to win over the chinese voters? By claiming “Computer Glitch”

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MCA is rightly making its DAP rivals pay for the Central Executive Committee election error that has made the Pakatan Rakyat party the laughing stock of Malaysian politics. Party President Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek has dismissed the excuse offered for the fiasco by DAP – that it was caused by a “technical glitch”. This suggestion, he told a ... Read More »

Thailand and Malaysia keen of working out a “Prisoner Transfer” program

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Thailand and Malaysia have moved closer to an agreement on the transfer of prisoners so that inmates can serve jail terms in their homeland. Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung discussed the issue at a meeting with Malaysian Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein on Wednesday, according to a report in Malaysia’s Star newspaper. Mr Hishammuddin believed that both countries would ... Read More »

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