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« Reply #45 on: November 02, 2007, 08:26:44 PM »
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Errr...and your point is...???  :huh:
aku pun ndak tertangkap makna di sebalik ungkapan tu  :lol:  
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« Reply #46 on: November 03, 2007, 02:31:28 PM »
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Errr...and your point is...???  :huh:
My point is another WHITE ELEPHANT project.  

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« Reply #47 on: November 03, 2007, 11:31:25 PM »
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RM18.4m grant to schools, churches
 Kota Kinabalu: Chinese independent, mission and government-aided schools as well as non-Muslim religious bodies in Sabah on Friday received a boon in the form of grants from the State Government totalling RM18.4 million.

Describing the occasion as one of the most important in the State's calendar, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said this clearly reflected the Barisan Nasional (BN) Government's concern for the development of these schools and the welfare of religious organisations in the State.

"Every year, the State Government hands out allocations to schools, including Chinese independent and mission schools, in an effort to assist them in achieving their respective educational agendas and overall mission," he said.

The State Government had also increased the allocation to the schools and non-religious bodies this year.

About RM7.9 million was given to 121 schools this year compared to RM5.45 million last year, while RM10.48 million had been allocated to the non-Muslim religious bodies, including 15 Christian organisations, 39 Chinese temples as well as a Hindu and a Sikh temple, an increase from last year's RM9.66 million.

Musa said the State Government had extended early grants for schools that were deemed to be in need of financial assistance in February this year as well as to schools in interior badly affected by the floods last year, reflecting the BN Government's commitment towards the welfare of these schools and overall development of education in the State.

He assured that the State Government would do its level best to assist schools in an effort to uplift the level of education among the people, especially those from rural areas and those who are less fortunate.

"This is also very much in line with the emphasis on education under the Ninth Malaysia Plan, clearly reflected in the huge allocation given to Sabah by the Federal Government," he said.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, in launching the Education Development Action Plan earlier this year, stated that the generation of students to be produced must not only be literate but also intellectually capable. Towards this end, Musa said all quarters in the educational development programme should focus on nurturing students with the objective of developing quality human capital.

"It is one of the major thrusts of the National Mission and an important agenda in achieving the successful implementation of the Ninth Malaysia Plan," he said.

Musa, who is Finance Minister, hoped educational institutions, including Chinese independent schools, would tailor their teaching methods and curriculum towards this educational direction.

"I also hope that with the allocations provided, the schools will use them soundly to fund their respective projects, programmes and activities as well as upgrade their educational facilities," he said.

Musa said the provision of allocations to non-Muslim religious organisations clearly reflected the State Government's commitment to uphold religious freedom and to encourage religious and spiritual development of the people irrespective of their race and beliefs.

"Houses of worship, including churches and temples, will continue to get the State Government's support in addition to the overall development of the State that will bring benefit to the people of Sabah," he said.

According to him, churches and temples complements the Government's efforts in creating a moral and caring society and curb social ills such as drug abuse and other criminal activities.

Musa hoped recipients of the grant would reciprocate by spending them wisely to fund their respective programmes and activities as well as upgrade their facilities.

Meanwhile, Federation of Sabah Chinese Associations (FCAS) President, Datuk Sari Nuar, in his appreciation speech, said the allocation this year was the biggest ever handed out by the State Government to private schools and non-Muslim religious bodies.

"The Sabah Government has strongly emphasised on the importance of education and human capital development for Sabah and, therefore, is willing to financially assist all schools despite the fact that education is under the Federal Government's jurisdiction," he said. Towards this end, he proposed that the State Government set up a new budget for schools to expand due to the shortage of classrooms in cities, especially in the State Capital.

Also expressing appreciation to the State Government was Sabah Council of Churches Chairman, Bishop Datuk Voo Thien Fui.

Also present at the function were Deputy Chief Ministers Datuk Seri Joseph Pairin Kitingan and Datuk Raymond Tan, Resources Development and Information Technology Minister Datuk Dr Yee Moh Chai, Assistant Minister to the Chief Minister Datuk Edward Khoo and Chinese political and community leaders.



mimang teda lepas ni perkataan....biasa la,dakat suda tu..hehe
 

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« Reply #48 on: November 12, 2007, 08:00:20 AM »
hmm.. ni topic isu2 malaysia kan?

k.. klu korang tingu berita tv semenjak dua tiga menjak nih, liputan mengenai pendatang asing yg membawa masalah sosial (i.e. jenayah) di semenanjung malaysia disiarkan bbrp kali... nampak mcm keadaan pendatang asing mmg membawa masalah d sana, even dlm persidangan umno, PM pun ada mentioned hal ni dan menyebutnya sebagai 'ketagihan' dikalangan majikan yg mengambil pekerja asing... hihihihihi...

kemudian, ari selasa lepas sy ada la tertingu rancangan 360 d tv3 tu (pengacara nya c mazidol)... dorg kasi expose la pasal masalah2 yang di bawa pendatang asing ni ...budaya negatif yg mereka bawa... termasuk jg pendatang dari afrika yg mendakwa mereka 'pelajar'... then ada juga dorg kasi tingu pasal populasi pendatang filipina d labuan...

hehehe... mereka sedang mengalami apa yg kita telah & sedang alami selama bbrp puluh tahun ni...
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« Reply #49 on: November 12, 2007, 08:27:04 AM »
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hmm.. ni topic isu2 malaysia kan?

k.. klu korang tingu berita tv semenjak dua tiga menjak nih, liputan mengenai pendatang asing yg membawa masalah sosial (i.e. jenayah) di semenanjung malaysia disiarkan bbrp kali... nampak mcm keadaan pendatang asing mmg membawa masalah d sana, even dlm persidangan umno, PM pun ada mentioned hal ni dan menyebutnya sebagai 'ketagihan' dikalangan majikan yg mengambil pekerja asing... hihihihihi...

kemudian, ari selasa lepas sy ada la tertingu rancangan 360 d tv3 tu (pengacara nya c mazidol)... dorg kasi expose la pasal masalah2 yang di bawa pendatang asing ni ...budaya negatif yg mereka bawa... termasuk jg pendatang dari afrika yg mendakwa mereka 'pelajar'... then ada juga dorg kasi tingu pasal populasi pendatang filipina d labuan...

hehehe... mereka sedang mengalami apa yg kita telah & sedang alami selama bbrp puluh tahun ni...
kotoh!! itulah...darii duuuuuulu lagi ni masalah sdh ada di Sabah...diorg buat ndak tauuu jak....mcm2 alasan kalau mo kasi bersih ni masalah kunun....nah...skrg sdh menular sana baru kelam kabut....sia mo tgk apa susulan lepas ni.....jgn2....bisuk2 hilang sdh tu masalah sana...tapi sini msh buat dunno...... <_<  
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« Reply #50 on: November 12, 2007, 08:35:33 AM »
well ada betulnya cakap PM pasal banyak majikan masih ketagih ambik cheap unskilled labour, ala PM mau bising pun PWTC tu pun yang bikin mostly Indon atau Bangla jugak dulu-dulu, kontraktor ja la orang sendiri

even most buildings di Msia memang tenaga kerja asing yang bikin. we've come to the point rakyat tempatan ndak mau buat odd jobs especially dalam bidang pembinaan.
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« Reply #51 on: November 12, 2007, 07:59:53 PM »
biarlah bah diorang cari makan.... bulih kasi manang BN juga itu... jgn haraplah mau diselesaikan....  lain lah time CKK jd CM..

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« Reply #52 on: November 13, 2007, 08:17:21 AM »
aiya...dorang cakap ja..dari dulu cakap ja...tgk skg, apa yg dorang suda buat?ada ka tindakan????tu la dulu, klau bukan mau manang pilihan raya, mana ni maslah jadi serius begini...kasi IC la, supaya buli manang pilihanraya...tgk skg apa jadi

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« Reply #53 on: November 13, 2007, 08:20:35 AM »
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Sabah women slam Umno Speaker's 'tunnel vision'

Kota Kinabalu: The Sabah Women's Advisory Council (MPWS) took Umno Assembly Speaker Badruddin Amiruddin to task over his uncalled-for remarks about AirAsia stewardesses' uniforms at the party's General Assembly in Kuala Lumpur.

Chairperson Datin Asnimar Hj Sukardi said Saturday, it was most unbecoming of Badruddin to make fun of women in such a disrespectful manner.

"Apparently, some men have not learned a lesson from experiences in the past when MPs degraded women in Parliament. This time around, it happened during a political gathering of a dominant ruling party.

"We would have expected a man of his stature to give some sound advice on the dressing, instead of resorting to belittling women.

"We (MPWS) think he had gone too far in criticising women and should have been tactful," she said when contacted. The Umno Assembly Speaker drew laughter when he used a crude euphemism to refer to female genitalia. "For some of them you can even see their tunnel," he was quoted as saying in Malay.

Asnimar urged menfolk to be more sensitive and not to continue hurting the feelings of women in the country.

Sabah Law Association's Women and Children Rights sub-committee head Nilakrisna James said: 'I am appalled, disgusted and speechless. It becomes increasingly obvious that we need to send to Parliament only level-headed people instead of ones who love to discriminate.

"In other countries, the people would have demanded immediate resignation of the person who made such a statement. It must be disgraceful and embarrassing to Umno."

Zainaba Shukor, President of West Coast Single Mother Association also regretted Badruddin's comments.

"I don't think this is the right place for them to bring up the matter. There are also more important matters like the cost of living instead of making a big fuss about the skirt," she said.

The Umno Assembly heard that the AirAsia stewardesses skirts were too short and exposed the genitals.

"AirAsia stewardesses expose their calves, thighs and knees and this is inappropriate," delegate Zaleha Hussin, said. "Malaysia is an Islamic nation and Islam Hadhari is the basis for our lifestyle and this is inconsistent with it," she said, referring to the government's policy of promoting a version of the religion that emphasises economic and scientific development.

AirAsia stewardesses wear a red jacket, white blouse and above-the-knee red skirt.


telampau juga ba dorang ni....

 

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« Reply #54 on: November 13, 2007, 08:26:00 AM »
mp jerai tu memang well known ndak respect women bah  
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« Reply #55 on: November 13, 2007, 08:29:09 AM »
tp gov senyap ja.....

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« Reply #56 on: November 13, 2007, 08:58:42 AM »
psl dia geng sama gomen hahah
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« Reply #57 on: November 13, 2007, 09:31:56 AM »
tu la..hehe

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« Reply #58 on: November 15, 2007, 06:02:05 PM »
arini dlm thestar online dia minta maap suda for making such remark...

so, para wanita sekalian.. apologize accepted?
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« Reply #59 on: November 22, 2007, 08:48:20 AM »
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mp jerai tu memang well known ndak respect women bah
Sama juga tu sama MP Jasin sama Kinabatangan...

Ugutan terbaru MP Kinabatangan ialah durang mau mogok di Kinabatangan klu taun dapan nada Bank dibuka di Kinabatangan. *Mau kasi ingat ni MP, jangan lupa minta permit. Nanti kana sembur mcm di KL ari tu. Jgn ja ikut-ikutan sama khir joyo... bagi penyapu sama tu agensi...

Kadang-kadang durang ni kalau becakap, inda sedar yg durang tu bukan dalam Parlimen (sbp klu dlm parlimen durang kebal, inda buli kana dakwa). Cuba la klu durg bukan duduk situ lagi...  B)