Monday, June 30, 2008

TNB : Check out this bill thing!

I received this through email from a friend. Another hole in our pocket hehehe!


Author: Unknown

This is TRUE story.

Do you check you TNB bill? Just check how much to pay and how many used is no enough......Do you compare the Meter reading on section 'DAHULU' (Red circle) with previous month?

In this case, the April bill on DAHULU section is 29128, SEMASA is 29380. After paid the bill, the problem come.... The May bill come, the DAHULU section by right should show 29380. BUT NOW, it still show 29128 same per last month.

If we don't compare with last month, frankly, I had HAPPILY paid for the bill and TNB had HAPPILY got the extra RM72 from me. At last, all the TNB shareholder got smart dividend from our hard earn money.

Due to this bad service....I plan to change service provider. Opps...there is no alternate service provider. The alternate is buy your own generator, use candle...I guess no one will go for the alternative service provider....

So... please check your bill and compare it month by month. Our PM always try very hard and tell us we have to very SMART SPENDING & MUST compare....... His motive is very good. Cause he knew that something will happen and lot Giant company might use a VERY SMART way to COLLECT Money from general public. Thanks to our great PM......I really compare the price always.....and notice the brilliant idea from TNB. I am not sure it is mistake? But I don't think is human error...

Now, better part is, this is computer error. If you don't discover this, then you pay for the EXTRA (this case, we got to pay extra RM72.80). If you notice the problem....easy, just refund to you, BUT do you know how time consuming and trouble to get the refund? Why their mistake is our cost? why there is no compensation on their mistake?

The BEST part, how many people know they are actually, happily OVER PAID? When TNB officially want to increase the unit price....everybody jumping and compliant. How they going to get extra and no people complaint? This is an art....

This is the evolution of TNB billing system.....let the computer system do the mistake....and the mistake MUST FAVOURABLE to the company.

Come....we should proudly said : Malaysia Boleh, Cause we really BOLEH!!

Restructuring Wealth, Facts and Figure: Betul ke niii???

First time reading this announcement in malaysiakini, its sounds like nothing wrong with it. But when I go through 2nd time, i feel something wrong with the facts. Following are my doubts :

1. What is the source of this facts/data?? How did these facts collected?
Can ministry enlighten us how this data collected?

2. Are you sure average indians salary is RM3,799 and bumiputra
to RM2,858? How is this possible when for past 50 years Indians being at the bottom of the society with very very low of university intake, opportunity denied in gov sector as well as private sector and majority working in low paid job???

3. Bumiputra 19.4 corporate equities , Indian 1.1 and chinese 42.4 percent. Total 62.9 percent. So who own the rest of 37.1 percent??? Any economic expert can help us???

4. Out of so called 19.4 corporate equities own by bumiputras, how many percent is own by "orang asli" or indigenous people of peninsular Malaysia and how many percent own by Malay race?

5. How many millions allocated to uplift Indians community?

Catch you haaa!

vj _____________________________________________________________________

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Warlords ready for war : Will Anwar Survive the attack???

Finally....its a show time. I guess we about to see the climax of 8th March poll. In coming weeks and months we will witness the struggle between people's power against warlords of this country. A full force is ready and about to launch an all out attack on people's struggle.


The full text of Anwar’s Press statement

The Police report lodged against me earlier today is a complete fabrication. I believe we are witnessing a repeat of the methods used against me in 1998 when false allegations were made under duress.

This is clearly a desperate attempt by the Barisan Nasional regime to arrest the movement of the Malaysian people towards freedom, democracy and justice.

The report has been organized by interested parties to attack me in retaliation for evidence I have recently obtained implicating IGP Musa Hassan and the AG Gani Patail in misconduct including fabrication of evidence in the cases launched against me in 1998-1999. This vile attack will not prevent me from releasing this dossier to the public.

I urge the Malaysian people to stand against the repressive forces that will be unleashed by the government in the coming days and weeks. We expect the media, the judiciary and the police force to all come under the direct and unchecked control of the executive.

My fellow Malaysians – we took a bold step forward on March 8th towards a new dawn for freedom and justice for all our citizens. This people’s movement for change must go on with all of our strength and conviction.


Malaysian Indians Insulted by BN State Assemblyperson

This is what we are talking about, not only Malaysian Indians are neglected and discriminated, they are also not respected and often ridiculed for their skin color, cultural belief and religion.

Finally its comes out from their heart!!!

To Hamidah Osmah Sungai Rapat BN state assemblyperson : Your statement shows how sick is your heart. Keep your sorry in your pocket. You are not fit to represent Malaysians.

We Indians demand that BN takes severe disciplinary action on this irresponsible lady. We are watching and counting every word and action done by BN. Every hurting counts and be prepared for another political tsunami in next election.

Well MIC what are you guys going to do??? As usual will plan to keep quite to please your political partner???



Friday, June 27, 2008

ISA : A Curse on Malaysia

Another 2 years for so called JI members (Malaysiakni) and altogether will be 8 years in ISA. This is total insane. While many criminal having a good time out there harming people. These innocents are living in man made hell.

I really regret that such a unfair law exist in this country. Truly speaking I myself feel unsecured and not safe when such law practiced here. Prosecution without trial or proven wrong is totally unacceptable. As far as I know, never in any religion written that a man or living thing can be punished without a fair judgement (even God have his judgement day for us, many believed). Divine power will never forgives us if we support and continue such laws.

All this is just like another "Mahsuri" legend (well history used to repeat itself rite). A prosperous land destroyed after cursed by a women who is prosecuted for the crime she never commit. Imagine amount of curse put on our country by the victims and the family of detainees. Their agony and sufferings....we Malaysians have to answer them one day. Perhaps the gloomy economy, rising in living cost, poverty and etc in a country blessed with natural richness might be due to our silence on the injustice done......We are digging our own grave!!!

"Great nations is not recognized by it's tallest building , biggest temple, biggest mosque, beautiful country, modernized towns or anything else that we might think great, but it rely on how their citizens treated."



Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Malaysia: Body Snatching continues

Don’t religious authorities of Malaysia have respect on the dead person??? What a big deal if he is Muslim or Hindu??? . While living, a man has hundred and one problems in life, why make him suffer after dead??? Please let the dead rest in peace!!!

Once a Chinese man told me, “In Malaysia they don’t want all the good brains from non-muslim, non-muslims with talent have to find opportunities them self. Many already migrated because frustrated with discrimination and opportunity given base on skin color and race….but the religious authorities will fight to dead to get the dead body of non-muslims to bury them as muslim”.

What he said is quite right. Just see how many of Chinese and Indians are given scholarship to continue their studies,. Even if they have 10 As , they have to beg to get a place in university and scholarship. Many didn’t get anything at all. Many Indians family sold their house and all their properties to send their kids for Medical studies in overseas. Many have done it with their own sweat.

What else can I say, those involve in body snatching should feel shame of themselves to get such a remarks from people of this country.



Malaysia : Temple demolition again???

"Residents in Air Panas, Setapak in Kuala Lumpur are worried that their 40-year-old Hindu temple would be demolished by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to make way for development project.

The deadline given by the DBKL for the temple to relocate expired today and despite their appeals to be allowed to remain there, the residents now fear that they are going to lose the temple." Quoted from Malaysiakini.

This is never ending issues in Malaysia. Why can't gov seriously sit down together with all the Hindu leaders and find a permanent solution for this matter??? Is it so difficult until we can't settle this thing???

(Huk Huk Huk....typing while having terrible cough.... :( vicks teraphy doesn't work with me. Must try again. )

Okay, in my opinion its so simple. Just like a "surau/small prayers house" and masjid/mosque for every housing area in malaysia why don't gov allocate lands for temples too?? Don't have to allocated one for every housing area, just 1 for every 3 or 4 housing area?? Should be okay what!!! Why getting unnecessary bad name from makkal.

Gov can approve all the existing temple build till today and put up rules that new temple will be build for every 3 or 4 housing area. Don't agree??? Then come out with something that can solve this prob permanently.

Indians generally are very spiritual orientated and they are strictly following rukun negara "KEPERCAYAAN KEPADA TUHAN" . So I think for upholding this national principle and being patriotic citizen, Indians deserves a good place to conduct prayers.

Guysss, this earth is not even a dust in the whole universe. We don't even know our location in the map of universe. Arguing that this land is mine and that land not yours....hehehe, I dont know how many aliens out there are laughing at us.


Tuesday, June 24, 2008


Author: Unknown

WHAT IS NEVER MENTIONED IN Mainstream Media like NST/TheStar/ Utusan/BH are these facts....

Malaysian PerCapita Income USD 5000 VS Singaporean PerCapita Income USD 25000
Further The Star made a comparison of prices in Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia.

For Thailand it is quoted at RM3.90/liter, however are they aware that in Thailand new cars are cheaper than Malaysia by RM10,000? They pay only one life time for their driving license? No renewal fee after that? Also that goes for road tax as well? And do TheStar also aware that you can drive all the way from Hadtyai to Bangkok on a six lane highway without paying any Tolls ??!!

Whereas here in Malaysia you have to pay yearly renewal for road tax, driving license and TOLLS, TOLLS, TOLLS!!!

For Singapore how can you quote RM 5.20 ? Please quote in Singapore Dollars because they are earning in Sing Dollars. You might as well say Europeans are paying RM10/liter. RM5.20/liter = Sing $ 2.20/liter, still cheaper than Malaysia in view of fact that Singapore is not a crude oil exporter. Are you saying that you fill up petrol in Singapore by paying Ringgit?

In economy, dollar to dollar must be compared as apple to apple. Not comparing like durian in M'sia is much cheaper than durian in Japan!! Of course-lah, Japan is not durian producer!!! Comparing Malaysian durian with Thailand durian make more sense!!

For Indonesia we might say is cheaper there at RM2.07/liter but compare that to their level of income!

Now, let us compare the price with OIL PRODUCING countries:
UAE - RM1.19/litre
Eygpt - RM1.03/litre
Bahrain - RM0.87/litre
Qatar - RM0.68/litre
Kuwait - RM0.67/litre
Saudi Arabia - RM0.38/litre
Iran - RM0.35/litre
Nigeria - RM0.32/litre
Turkmenistan - RM0.25/litre
Venezuela - RM0.16/litre
MALAYSIA - RM2.70/litre
RM 2.70!!! Individual perspective:

As of last month a Toyota Vios would 'cause a damage' of about RM 89,000.

In the international market, a Toyota Vios is about USD19,000

USD 19,000 = RM 62,700 (using the indicative rates of USD 1= RM 3.30)
That makes Malaysian Vios owners pay an extra RM 26,300.
This RM 26,300 should be cost of operations, profit and tax because the transportation costs have been factored in to the USD19,000.
RM 26,300/ RM625 petrol rebate per year translates to a Vios being used for 42.08 years.

I do understand that the RM 625 is a rebate given by the government, but it also means that one has to use the Vios for 42.08 years just to make back the amount paid in taxes for the usage of a foreign car. Would anyone use any kind of car for that long?

Now with these numbers in front of us, does the subsidy sound like a subsidy or does it sound like a penalty? This just seems to be a heavy increment in our daily cost of living as we are not only charged with high car taxes but also with a drastic increase in fuel price.

With all the numbers listed out, I urge all Malaysians to join me in analyzing the situation further.

Car taxation is government profit, fuel sales is Petronas' (GLC) profit which also translates into government profit. The government may ridicule us Malaysians by saying look at the world market and fuel price world wide.
Please, we are Malaysians, we fought of the British, had a international port in the early centuries (Malacca), home to a racially mixed nation and WE ARE NOT STUPID!!!

We know the international rates are above the USD 130/barrel. We understand the fact that the fuel prices are increasing worldwide and we also know that major scientist are still contradicting on why this phenomenon is happening. Some blame Bush and his plunders around the world and some blame climate change and there are others which say petroleum 'wells' are getting scarce.

Again we go back to numbers to be more straight fwd 1 barrel = 159 liters x RM2.70/liter = RM 429 or USD 134
On 1 hand, we are paying the full cost of 1 barrel of crude oil with RM2.70 per liter but on the other hand the crude oil only produces 46% of fuel.

Msia sells crude oil per barrel at USD130 buys back Fuel per barrel at USD134. And not forgetting, every barrel of fuel is produced with 2 barrels of crude oil.
1 barrel crude oil = produce 46% fuel (or half of crude oil), therefore 2 barrel crude oil = approximately 1 barrel fuel
In other words, each time we sell 2 barrels of crude oil, equivalently we will buy back 1 barrel of fuel.

Financially, Malaysia sell 2 barrel crude oil @ USD 130/barrel = USD 260 = RM 858 then, Malaysia will buy back fuel @ USD 134/barrel = RM 442/barrel
Thus, Malaysia earn net extra USD 126 = RM 416 for each 2 barrel of crude sold/exported vs imported 1 barrel of fuel !!!
(USD 260-134 = USD 126 = RM416)

So where this extra USD 126/barrel income is channeled to by Malaysian Govt???????? ?

Another analysis:
1 barrel crude oil = 159 liters.
46-47% of a barrel of crude oil = fuel that we use in our vehicles.
46% of 159 = 73.14 liters.
@ RM 2.70/liter x 73.14 liter = RM197.48 of fuel per barrel of crude oil.
This is only 46% of the barrel, mind you. Using RM 3.30 = USD 1, we get that a barrel of crude oil produces USD 59.84 worth of petrol fuel (46% of 1 barrel).
USD 59.84 of USD 130/barrel turns out to be 46% of a barrel as well.
Another 54% = bitumen, kerosene, and natural gases and so many more.
And this makes a balance of USD 70.16 that has not been accounted for.

So this is where I got curious. Where is the subsidy if we are paying 46% of the price of a barrel of crude oil when the production of petrol/barrel of crude oil is still only 46%?
In actual fact, we still pay for this as they are charged in the forms of fuel surcharge by airlines and road taxes for the building of road (because they use the tar/bitumen) and many more excuse charging us but let us just leave all that out of our calculations.

As far as I know, only the politicians who live in Putrajaya and come for their Parliament meetings in Kuala Lumpur (approximately 60+ km) are the ones to gain as they claim their fuel and toll charges from the money of the RAKYAT's TAX.

It is so disappointing to see this happen time and time again to the Malaysian public, where they are deceived by the propaganda held by the politicians and the controls they have over the press.

Which stupid idiot economist equates rebates for rich or poor with the cc of the vehicles? An average office clerk may own a second hand 1300cc Proton Iswara costing $7,000 (rebate = $625) while the Datuk's children can own a fleet of 10 new cars of BMW, Audi and Volvo all less than 2000cc costing $2 millions and get a total rebate of $625 x 10 = $6,250! Wow what kind of economists we are keeping in Malaysia...wonder which PhD certificate that they bought from...

Misleading concept of Subsidy:
The word 'subsidy' has been brandished by the BN government as if it has so generously helped the rakyat and in doing so incurred losses. This simple example will help to explain the fallacy:

Ahmad is a fisherman. He sells a fish to you at $10 which is below the market value of $15. Let's assume that he caught the fish from the abundance of the sea at little or no cost. Ahmad claims that since the market value of the fish is $15 and he sold you the fish for $10, he had subsidised you $5 and therefore made a loss of $5.
Did Ahmad actually make a profit of $10 or loss of $5 which he claimed is the subsidy?
Ahmad makes a profit of $10 which is the difference of the selling price ($10) minus the cost price ($0 since the fish was caught from the abundance of the sea). There is no subsidy as claimed by Ahmad.

The BN government claims that it is a subsidy because the oil is kept and treated as somebody else's property (you know who). By right, the oil belongs to all citizens of the country and the government is a trustee for the citizens. So as in the above simple example, the BN government cannot claim that it has subsidised the citizen!

Sabah's Wild life: Eeeeee!

A friend sent me these photos. Photos taken while fixing water pipe in Sabah:

Wondering who is the guy taken out from croc's stomach!


Snake lovers, this is haven for u guys!

I guess this croc is 3 times bigger than that guy standing beside it.

Unlucky guy ended up in the croc's stomach

Feuuuwww! Give me 1 million ringgit also I wont go for piping work.

Pray for this guy!

Sunday, June 22, 2008

The Forgotten History: Lost city believed found in Johor

Info found and compiled from internet.



The Forgotten History: Lost city believed found in Johor

We have 3 Hindu/Indianised civilisations in Malaya - Kadaram in Northern Malaya, Gangga Nagaram in Central Malaya and now Kota Gelanggi in South Malaya bordering Singapore.

It is clear that the Chola Empire were invaders, colonisers and imperialists, and that Rajaraja was an emperor.

When Tamil histrorians talk about King Raja Rajendra Chola's exploits in South East Asia, we hear only the name of Kadaram that goes by the modern name of Kedah, a state in Malaysia today. Kedah has a wealth of ancient temple structures in the world famous Bujang Valley. Apart from Kadaram, there was also the Kingdom of Gangga Nagaram that lies in ruins today further down south after destruction by King Raja Rajendra.

There is yet another forgotten

thousand year old city of Kota Gelanggi, raided by the same King, far down South, in the state of Johor. Its ruins in thick jungle have been established via aerial photos and a ground level expedition is being planned.

The discovery of this place hit the headlines of today's The Star newspaper, the major English in Malaysia.

This is the single most exciting news on the ancient history of Malaysia apart from the Bujang Valley.

That makes me wonder, what was King Raja Rajendra Cholan up to in Malaya? Kadaram lies at the northern extremity, Gangga Nagaram lies a little south of Kadaram, whereas Kota Gelanggi lies in the southern extremity of Malaya. All these were destroyed by King Raja Rajendra Cholan. That seems to me the total destruction of the then existing Malay Kingdoms. This was no ordinary battle but all out war. But why?

Lost city believed found in Johor


PETALING JAYA: A 1,000-year-old lost city, possibly older than Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Borobudur in Indonesia, is believed to have been located in the dense jungles of Johor.

The discovery of what is thought to be the site of Kota Gelanggi or Perbendaharaan Permata (Treasury of Jewels) by an independent Malaysian researcher has prompted museum officials to plan an expedition to confirm the finding.

If indeed the site is that of the lost city , it is set to transform the historical landscape of the region, said Raimy Che-Ross, who spe

nt 12 years researching Malay manuscripts all over the world and conducting aerial searches of the area before locating the site.

He said the discovery of unusual formations from the air had led him to believe that the site could be the first capital of the Sri Vijaya Malay empire dating back to 650AD.

Aerial view of an unusually well-defined 'block' (pic right), possibly the base of a temple complex or stupa, at the possible site of the lost city of Kota Gelanggi.

If the city is what we suspect it to be, then the Malacca Sultanate can no longer be considered as the start of modern Malay history.

Once verified, the honour will go to Johor, as one thousand years ago Malacca had not even been established, he said.

Raimy had tried to enter the site in early 2003 but failed, managing to get only as far as to the formations which are believed to be trenches and embankments of the outer city.

Department of Museum and Antiquities director-general Datuk Adi Taha said an archaeological expedition would be mounted this year to verify the location of the lost city, with Raimyís assistance.

Funds for the expedition would be sought under the 9th Malaysia Plan.

Adi said he and the department were very enthusiastic about Raimyís research findings and would work with him to verify the location of the lost city, which could be spread out over a few hundred square kilometres.

Manuscript leads to lost city

PETALING JAYA: It was an old Malay manuscript once owned by Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore, in a London library that led Raimy Che-Ross to the existence of the lost city in Johor.

According to Raimy, the presence of a lost city in the jungles at the southern end of the Malay peninsula had been indicated in Malayan forklore for over four centuries.

His findings on the lost city has been published in the latest issue of Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 2004.

In his paper, he said the place was raided by the Indian-Chola conqueror Raja Rajendra Cholavarman I, of the South Indian Chola Dynasty in 1025A.D.

The ruins could be as old as Borobodur, and could pre-date Angkor Wat, Raimy said, adding that aerial photographs taken over the site and tales from the orang asli had indicated the existence of structures.

RARE FIND: Raimy pointing to an unusual sqaure earthern platform which was discovered along the pathway leading into the reported site of the lost city of Kota Gelanggi.

From the air I could see formations which looked like a set of double-walls, protecting the inner city. I have verified all the information by reviewing and reassessing old colonial records and travellers tales, he said.

Information on Kota Gelanggi appears in the Sejarah Melayu (Malay Annals) which was edited and revised by Tun Seri Lanang, the Bendahara (equivalent to the prime minister of a sultanate) of the Royal Court of Johor in 1612 A.D.

The manuscript narrated an account of the devastating raids by Raja Rajendra Cholavarman I, who after destroying the city of Gangga Negara (now Beruas in Lower Perak) turned his attention to Kota Gelanggi.

Raimy said he did not expect to find in Kota Gelanggi structures similar to Angkor Wat, as the lost city in Johor Gelanggi was much older.

We can expect to find simple granite and brick structures, walls, buildings and possibly undisturbed tombs.

Based on the data I have collected and consultations with archaeologists over the years, it is believed that Kota Gelanggi in Johor, which some scholars believe to be the kingdom of Lo-Yue, was also the first centre of trade for Sri Vijaya.

It was in Johor that the whole Malay civilisation was born. The Sri Vijaya site in Palembang has artefacts which date back to the 13th or 14th century,î he said.

There is a wealth of information we can derive from this city.

He said that official Japanese records noted that an Imperial Crown Prince of Japan, Prince Takaoka, Shinnyo Hosshinno, reportedly met his death in Lo-Yue after being attacked by a tiger. Perhaps we may find his tomb here, he said.

Raimy said that while its main activity was a trading post, Kota Gelanggi was also a centre of sacred learning.

Hinduism and Buddhist statues and figurines may exist but what I hope to find is epigraphic inscriptions (writings on granite), he added.

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Non-Malays, Immigrants in this country???

We non-malays are immigrants??? If we all immigrants then what you call those who migrated from Yunan China to Malaiyur(Malaysia)?? Refer to my earlier posting, an article from wikipedia.

"Preshistoric Malaysia: Migration of Proto Malays From Yunan"



Subject: Excerpts from Raja Petra
Emailed by a friend to me.

Last month, Umno Johor said that the greatest mistake they made was in giving the non-Malay immigrants citizenship in August 1957. Now that they have been given citizenship they show
their ingratitude by voting for the opposition. Yes, non-Malays, even those born in Malaysia, are
immigrants. And, being immigrants, they must vote Barisan Nasional. And if they do not vote for Barisan Nasional then they are ungrateful. Yes, voting is your right. This is your right according to the Federal Constitution of Malaysia. Malays can vote for whomsoever
they would like to vote for because the Constitution allows them to do so. Malays, therefore, can vote for the opposition.

But, if you are non-Malay, then you must vote for Barisan Nasional because you are an immigrant. If you vote for the opposition then you are a traitor, you are ungrateful, and it was a great mistake giving you citizenship in 1957. Tun Dr Mahathir's father was born in India . But Tun Dr Mahathir can vote opposition. He can even oppose Umno like he is doing so now. In fact, he can even become the Prime Minister. He is not an ungrateful immigrant who should be sent back to India . Tian Chua, however, can't oppose Umno.

Tian Chua, whose family settled in Malaya long before the Portuguese came in 1511, is an immigrant. And if he is not happy and if he opposes Umno then> he should go back to China . And Umno Johor regrets giving Tian Chua citizenship in 1957 but does not regret giving Tun Dr
Mahathir citizenship.> Why? Because Tun Dr Mahathir is Muslim while Tian Chua is not. But if Tian Chua circumcises and takes on the Muslim name of Musa Bin Susah and marries a Malay woman, then he need not go back to China and Umno does not regret giving him citizenship
in 1957.> The Malays have a very warped view of justice.

Malays practice two standards of justice. There is one standard for the Malays and another for the non-Malays. And 90% of the tax is paid by the non-Malays and 10% by the Malays, says Tun Dr Mahathir. But 10% of the scholarships must go to the non-Malays and 90% to the
Malays. And when they propose to change this to 40% for the non-Malays and 60% for the Malays, the Malays raise a hue and cry. And they call this justice. And they say Islam is about justice. If this is an example of Islamic justice then I just shudder to think what would
happen if Muslims start becoming unjust.

Friday, June 20, 2008

Dasavatharam : Spirituality beyond religion and caste. Superb!

Fantastic movie, everbody must watch. Good effort by Kamal Hasan. Kamal does various role in this film where the film deals with environment, science and Spirituality. 10 roles, thats where the "Dasavataram" name came from. The movie brings message, unity of faith and telling us spirituality is beyond religion and caste. Whenever there is evil born on earth, divine power will come down to earth to destroy it. He also shows that every religion actually is like many river that flows in to one mighty ocean (God). For more detail, watch the movie. ;)


"Whenever Dharma, or the situation of law and order, is endangered on this world, I incarnate onto this world to re establish Dharma, law and order, and to protect the Sadhus or saints and to destroy the evil elements of the society."
-Lord Krishna-

Throughout ages, Lord Vishnu, has incarnated in various life forms through different yugas (ages or eons) in situations where Dharma was in danger, because of certain dushta (evil) elements in the world. In mythology, there are ten documented instances of incarnation of Lord Vishnu. These incarnations are termed as the avatars of Lord Vishnu.

Konvensyen "QA" (Perubatan): Johor

Remember the hospital with fungus attack, build by Tun Dr.Samy Vel? Haa kat situ la program ni.


As reported in Bernama:

No one knows when the Sultan Ismail Hospital will reopen after it was closed almost a year ago following a fungus attack.
Deputy Health Minister Datuk Dr Abdul Latif Ahmad visited the hospital, Thursday, and the press were invited but he had nothing to say to the reporters and photographers who had waited for more than three hours.
Dr Latif, who emerged from a room where he had apparently listened to a briefing, just gestured at the waiting newsmen and left.
None of the hospital management staff attended to the journalists, who were left wondering why they were invited when it was supposed to have been a closed-door function.

* Sekarang dah buka dah, and heard it's operating well. Hope sooo! ;)


Konvensyen "QA" (Perubatan)

Jabatan Kesihatan Negeri Johor Tahun 2008
"Quality For Safety"
Tarikh : 22hb & 23hb Jun 2008
Tempat : Hospital Sultan Ismail Johor Bahru

Malaysia towards stone age by 2020

Amazing tech from Japan: Received this from friend. Walauwehhhh!!!! Really fantastic! but it will take 100 years to reach Malaysia or it may not reach at all. Guess why? Because Malaysians have to change lifestyle says ruling Gov. What exactly they mean by that we are not sure, they them self don't know what they talking about. Maybe change from Modern to stone age.


Amazing technology from Japan . . .

But can you guess what is it?

Look closely and guess what can it be...

Are they pens with cameras?


Any wild guesses?

Still having no clues and not even the slightest idea?

Ladies and gentlemen...


You've just looked into the future in the making...

Yep that's right!

That you've just seen is something that will replace your PC, laptops and notebooks in the near future.

Here is how it works:

In the revolution of miniature computers, scientists have made great developments with bluetooth technology...
This is the forthcoming computers that you can carry in your pockets.

This 'pen sort of instrument' produces both the monitor as well as the keyboard on any flat surfaces and enables you to carry out all the functions that you normally perform on your desktop computer.

This is amazing!

Say, ' G ood-bye to laptops!?!?!?!'

Thursday, June 19, 2008


Yeahhhhh!! Today friday, tomorrow off. Ehmm what a tiring weak. Finally tonite i am going for Dasaavatharam movie. :)


Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Preshistoric Malaysia: Migration of Proto Malays From Yunan

Found this article in wikipedia. Intresting info!!!


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mekong River, approximately 4180km in length, originated from Tibet and runs through Yunnan province of China, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and South Vietnam. Anthropologists traced the migration of Proto Malays, who were seafarers, to some 10,000 years ago when they sailed by boat (canoe or perahu) along the Mekong River from Yunnan to the South China Sea and eventually settled down at various places.


Inhabitants of early Yunnan may be traced back into prehistory from a homo erectus fossil, 'Yuanmou Man', which was unearthed in the 1960s. In year 221 BC, Qin Shihuang conquered Yunnan and unified China. Yunnan has since become a province of China. They were the ancestors of rice eating peoples, with their culture of cultivating rice spread throughout the entire region. The native name of the Mekong River peoples' home in Yunnan is Xishuangbanna (Sipsongpanna) which literally means "twelve thousand rice fields", it is the home of the Dai minority. Xishuangbanna sits at a lower altitude than most of the Yunnan mountainous ranges.

Yunnan women on the street, wearing batik & sarong. Photo taken at the city of Jinghong (2004).

Yunnan women on the street, wearing batik & sarong. Photo taken at the city of Jinghong (2004).

Yunnan migration theory

The theory of Proto Malay originating from Yunnan is supported by R.H Geldern, J.H.C Kern, J.R Foster, J.R Logen, Slametmuljana and Asmah Haji Omar. The Proto Malay (Melayu asli) who first arrived possessed agricultural skills while the second wave Deutero Malay (mixed blood) who joined in around 1500 BC and dwelled along the coastlines have advanced fishery skills. During the migration, both groups intermarried with peoples of the southern islands, such as those from Java (Indonesian), and also with aboriginal peoples of Australoid, Negrito and Melanesoid origin.

Other evidences that support this theory include:

  • Stone tools found at Malay archipelago are analogous to Central Asian tools.
  • Similarity of Malay customs and Assam customs.
  • Malay language & Cambodian language are kindred languages because the ancestral home of Cambodians originated from the source of Mekong River.

Oldest Malay text

The Kedukan Bukit Inscription of 682 CE found at Palembang and the modern Yunnan Dai minority's traditional writings were of the same language family of Pallava, also known as Pallava Grantha. Dai ethnic (or Dai minority) of Yunnan is one of the aboriginal inhabitants of modern Yunnan province of China. (Picture) is taken from Jinghong city of Yunnan, a modern doorframe with Dai minority texts & Chinese, at right is the ancient Kedukan Bukit inscription.

No rebate For NGV cars : Respond from a Friend.

Respond from a friend for previous writing on NGV not getting rebate:

"You are already gaining by using a very much cheaper fuel. Why still complain ?"

Well my answer is:

If you save your petrol cost by traveling less, and gov says "so ur petrol consumption very less so we lift the subsidy for u". How is it? ;) . Its same situation for ngv user. Somemore there is no NGV station in many places and we need to use petrol too. Can't we all see that they don't encourage people to install ngv ;) .

They cheating malaysians laaa to make money. Why thailand gov give incentive for whoever install ngv??? Why malaysian gov never open mouth, ask malaysian to pasang ngv? Ada udang disebalik batu lerrr ni.

In addition, do you guys know what will happen? People will install NGV, but they won't go to JPJ for checking. Basically in JPJ they will use a special device for checking leakage and checking whether installation done properly or not. Just imagine if people never go for checking in JPJ after install NGV just to get RM625 rebate and there is a leakage?? ....and you are driving behind the car. Hehehe....meletup laa apalagi!!!



Malay or Malaiyur?? Part 2

Some responds I got from my friends. Check out what they know about origin of "Malaysia" or "Malay" name. I am getting clearer picture how sanskrits words can be found in almost all language of the world.


Hi all,
There is another hypothesis of how the word "malay"or rather "melayu" came about.
We all know that the Indian Traders landed in this region much earlier than what is reported in our history books, so during the migration of indians to this land, usually the sailor uses the mountain as the guide to the shore. Obviously, because it is the most visible thing. No high tech gadgets yet.
The hypothesis says that the first group of southern indian actually landed in Telok Anson (now called Teluk Intan) guided by the Titiwangsa mountains ( where cameron highland sits) into the Perak State. They did not know where is this place so they just gave a name called: Malai Oor- Land of Mountain! Thereafter,more and more people started to come here.This also explains why around Teluk Intan, Slim River, Ipoh ( along Sungai Perak) area are densed with Indian descendents.
From the hypothesis, we can say that, Indians gave the name " Melayu" to Malay,Malaya, Melayu and so on....
Any other opinions?Teluk Intan people?



Hare Krsna! Everyone.

Malaysia's origin is found in the Srimad Bhagavatham (one of the important
18 purana) written by Sage Vyasa some 5000 years back.Back then it was known
as 'Malayasyeva candanam'. Major sandalwood producer. Infact for the whole
world was known as 'Bharata' or Bharat-varsa' which is India now.So
Bharata-varsa means not only India, but the whole planet.

Srimad Bhagavatham

1.Canto 1 Chapter 8 Verse 32

2.Canto 1 Chapter 3 Verse 23

Exerpts frm Srila Prabhupada's lecture at Los Angeles, April 24, 1973

Why Does The Unborn Take Birth"
Srimad-Bhagavatam 1.8.32

kecid ahur ajam jatam
punya-slokasya kirtaye
yadoh priyasyanvavaye
malayasyeva candanam

"Some say that the Unborn is born for the glorification of pious kings, and
others say that He is born to please King Yadu, one of Your dearest
devotees. You appear in his family as sandalwood appears in the Malaya

Prabhupada: So there are two Malayas. One Malaya hill and one, this
Malaya... Malaysia, now it is known as. Formerly, in this part of the world,
Malaysia, they were growing sandalwood in great, large scale. Because 5,000
years ago, there was good demand for sandalwood. Every person should use the
sandal pulp. Because in India, it is tropical country. So this is a good
cosmetic. Still, those who can afford during very warm day of summer season,
if you apply pulp of sandalwood on your body, you feel no warm. It is cool.

Similarly Krsna appeared in the dynasty of Maharaja Yadu just to glorify. He
was a great devotee of Krsna, and He is born in the family of Maharaja Yadu.
The whole family is celebrated still: Yadava. Krsna's name is Yadava,
because He took His birth in the Yadu family. So how is it that, that Krsna
took...? Now to glorify the family. Exactly, the example is given: Just like
malayasyeva candanam. Candana. This is a tree. A tree can grow anywhere, but
the sandalwood tree, because it is very prominent in the Malaysia country,
formerly they were growing this candana tree, as I told you, because there
was good demand, in India especially, of sandalwood. So they, nowadays they
are growing rubber tree because there is good demand for rubber


Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Begging for Scholarship: Malaysian Indian again!!! Pavum

Well this is what “HINDRAF” fighting for. Our Indian students treated like third class students. They are not recognized even if they have a very good academic and extra curricular record. They and their family look like a beggar in the eye of Gov.

I am sick with this begging kind of thing. Is this what they call keTuanan Mly? Do they want Indians beg for everything in this country? Begging from “Tuan Tuan dan Puan Puan”?

What different is there from begging in the street and begging from Gov. Begging is still begging!!! Malaysians please put an end to this trend. Lets everybody treated equally. All those scored straight As must be given scholarship. Otherwise, what’s the point having exams? If scholarships given based on race, it’s better not to grade them at all.

“Humans” , we came from one source and one race “Homo sapiens”. Malaysia never existed million years ago, all this race never existed millions years ago. And we don’t even know whether all this man made territory and race system will exist in another million years in future (it won’t). Human might even extinct from the surface of earth. Baca laaa science beb!

Then why all these arpatams / havocs???

“Do good while you can! Once death, not even your soul belongs to you.

By: vj


"TWO classmates, both having scored 10As in last year's Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia, are dejected after their applications for JPA scholarships were turned down for the second time.
The two, Venushia Chandran and Preshaantini Ponnaiah, were among the best students from SMK Puteri in Seremban but were shocked to find out their application was rejected recently.
Their parents had sought the assistance of Putera MIC coordinator P. Kamalanathan after learning of the rejection.M. Shanthi said that the family had high hopes that Venushia would be successful following the appeal." Qouted from Star, Date :Tuesday June 17, 2008

No rebate for NGV???: Rakyat ditipu lagi!!!

Gov announced cars using NGV not entitle to get rebate RM625.

What actually gov trying to do? Helping people or making money from people? NGV users took out their own money to fix this expensive system. I suggest if no rebate, then gov should pay them back the NGV fixing cost.

It’s seems like Gov not encouraging people to fix NGV. If everybody uses NGV then Gov can’t make money rite. Tak patut laaa bang!!! People elected Gov, Gov must help people laaa.

Malangnya nasib kami, NGV users!!! :(


Ulu Tiram Makkal: Please laaa!!! Traffic offence

This video taken at main traffic light in Ulu Tiram, Johor. While we are pinpointing others mistake. We should check our own too. Video below shows traffic offence going on for many years. I don’t know what’s the problem here, not enough parking? Or short cut to go to bank and shops? But looking at the road situation, parking cars at this place is really risky and dangerous. It’s also causing jam at peak hour.

There are at least 7 “No Parking” signs along this road but totally ignored by drivers.

When I checked around I saw many offenders fined. But all these never stop people from parking here. “Degilnyaaa!” Duit minyak naikpun they still break traffic law. That’s why gov think rakyat have a lot of money :p .

I hope related authorities come out with proper solution and Ulu Tiram people, please laa….don’t park here, its dangerous beb! ;)

Counts report for Naam Naadu blog

Hi all!!!. I would like to thank all the visitors of my blog. Below is statistic of this new born baby blog after 12 days. Thanks to all, keep coming and give ur support.

(Picture shows visitors statistic by country)

Uddal Manneku, Uyire Tanmilake,
Malaysia Manne Naam Naadu!!!

My tamil very baaaad haa, hehehe... ;)

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Sunday, June 15, 2008

Proton car allergic with NGV??? :P

I dont understand why Proton edar don't want to recognize NGV installation.

Can proton edar pay the extra fuel cost to this person???

I am using NGV for 2 years and as far as i know fixing NGV doesn't change or interfere with the system of the car but only additional parts added and as NGV is friendly to environment, it's also friendly to car engine. Less carbon, clean fuel makes car engine last longer.

If Proton edar can't recognize other NGV installer, why don't they setup their own installation centre??? Is Proton edar not capable to provide this simple technology???

Out there even a normal mechanic can fix NGV system. What about proton edar? Ehhmm. I am wondering if National car can survive the future.

As a normal rakyat I only can conclude that people in power only keen to make profit by not encouraging NGV installation. More petrol sale, more profit, more personal income and more suffering for rakyat rite!!!

This is a form of customer abuse. Maybe we should start thinking of boycotting National car.

Can somebody raise this issue in parliament or do something about it???


---------- Forwarded message ----------
Subject: RE: Proton Edar Web Enquiries : Customer
To: Raja (Not real name)

Dear Raja,

With regards to your enquiry, any modifications on the vehicle will void
the warranty. For your information, we do not have any authorized NGV
installer. Kindly take note. Thank you.

Best Regards, Centre
Proton Edar
1-300-880-888(General Enquiry & Feedback)
1-800-888-398(24Hours Assistance)

-----Original Message-----
From: Apache [] On Behalf Of
Subject: Proton Edar Web Enquiries : Customer

This enquiries has been send on Wed, 11 Jun 2008 10:08:54

I recently purchase Waja Campro in Oct 2007 with 5 year extented
warranty. With the Fuel Price
increase, I want to use NGV gas. My questions :-
a) Is there any warranty problem if I install NGV.
b) Is there any authorised Proton installer for NGV.

Thank You

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Teddies or Bomb???

I call upon all bloggers and Internet community to put up anti ISA badge in your blog and web page to condemn this inhuman law. Just any form of anti isa graphic can laa. I pity the 48 kids, how come they got heart to ignore them. Did they carried a bomb??? After all a teddy bear!!! . Damm. If people in power don't have mercy, let us show our support.

"The intention of 48 children of ISA detainees to present Father's Day gift of teddy bears to the Agong was dampened by the police and a no-show from palace representatives.


Chanting "Daulat Tuanku", the children carrying teddy bear bouquets accompanied by about 30 adults were stopped from approaching the palace by police who formed a barricade 50 meters from the palace gates at around 10.40 this morning." Qouted from Malaysiakini

Friday, June 13, 2008

Fuel price hike, Poverty and Malaysia: The Root Cause

Fuel price hike is still a main topic every where, almost everybody I met, they talk and discuss about this issue everyday. Many decided to fix NGV. Another extra burden they have to bear before able to save some money.

Sincerely telling, even though I don’t agree with the fuel price hike but when I think about the future and nature, price increase is necessary. Want or not one day we will run out of petroleum. Then what we goanna do??? To reduce the usage of fossils fuel, price hike is good step to take but of course not a drastic increase.

We are already in a system which we are too dependent on fossil fuels until we can’t cope with the change when these resources getting lesser and expensive. We are not prepared to face the reality that one day the entire petrol base machine will be landing on junk yard. Gov must be prepared and prepare the people 1st to face the change before takes any action that makes life extremely difficult. They must not blindly increase the price to patch up their past mismanagements.

Actually this energy crisis will not happen if only Gov took a serious action long ago. There are many alternative source of energy like solar and wind which is not developed and commercialized. This energy remains as a display thing in science exhibition. Trust me they have good potential and many other countries already using it extensively.

(Photo shows world largest solar power plant in Mojave)

Mismanage of resources, lack of future planning and inability to forecast future problems in Malaysia ended up as burden on people’s shoulder. A leadership with “pocket” enriching mind definitely won’t have these kinds of good skills. We need good leaders who actually can take us out of this miserable situation. We need a leader who has good leadership skills, general knowledge, respects people’s opinion and discuss any matters thoroughly with everybody before make any decision.

So actually it’s not the world’s market price, US , Iraq or anything else that caused the people’s suffering today, all these comes second, the real root cause is poor leadership and poor governing. Just like drastic fuel price hike, a drastic reform in our country's leadership must take place!!! ;)

Malaysia Boleh!!!


Tuesday, June 10, 2008

"10% "Cut A Wayang Kulit

Recent announcement in RM2 bil cost cut, I got shock to know holiday privilege given for "mini"ster with no limits to where "they" can go with all family members. Where these money taken from? Tax payer or Oil company profit? Why can’t they use own money to go for holidays?

The poor and middle class are struggling even to buy a bag of rice and gov sponsoring ministers for holidays??? I don’t agree with this even though it is for seven days and within Asean country. At this testing time while the nation facing food oil crisis, every single cents must be saved for the benefit of people.

I never heard before people die because can’t go for holiday. But there is millions who are dying and many have died because unable to have this basic need of live.

...and 10% cut of entertainment allowance seems like wayang kulit for me. Why not 41% cut?

Those in power are chosen by people to serve public not to serve themselves.


PM makes RM2 bil cost cuts after fuel hike
Chan Kok Leong | Jun 9, 08 7:16pm

After its inaugural meeting today, the Anti-Inflation Council announced cost-cutting measures in line with the government's decision to cut fuel subsidies last Wednesday.


Echoing Second Finance Minister Nor Mohamed Yakcop's suggestion that mega-projects will be reviewed, several perks enjoyed by ministers and their deputies will be cut too.

abdullah ahamad badawi pm anti inflation pc 090608 01Also included in the cost-cutting exercise as announced by Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi was a freeze on new employment (non essential positions) within the government, renovation work, asset acquisition (cars, computers, furniture, etc) and limited budgets for government functions.

Effective July 1, ministers and their deputies' entertainment allowances will be cut by 10 percent. (see chart)

Cabinet members will also see their annual all-expenses-paid holidays restricted with immediate effect.

Where there used to be no limits to where they can go for their once-a-year holidays, they and their families will now be confined to Asean and local destinations.

While no ceiling was set for these trips, the number of days has been capped at seven days.

Overseas travel for work will also be limited to conferences and major international assignments, the prime minister told reporters after chairing the meeting at Putrajaya this evening.

entertainment allowance before 10 percent deduction 090608In a circular issued to government departments today, overseas traveling will be limited to those directly involved in the meetings and no more than three officers will be permitted.

While ministers are allowed to bring three officers, their deputies will be limited to two only.

For local government retreats, workshops, seminars, conferences and meetings, the use of hotels will be stopped altogether.

All training or courses conducted by the government department must use the existing facilities within their ministries or the Putrajaya International Convention Centre.

Measures to help people

Abdullah said the RM2 billion cost-cutting package was aimed at softening the blow after an unpopular 41 percent fuel price increase.

"With all the cuts the government is making, we are expecting to save RM2 billion annually," he said.

"I understand the suffering of the people and I hope these measures can help the people."

Abdullah, whose position is now even more tenuous after last week's overnight fuel price hike, defended the decision which has sparked protests and public outrage.

"Although the government does not want to burden the people, tough decisions have to be made because it has a duty to guarantee that natural resources are used in an optimum way, not just now but for future generations," he said.

"The government is now taking measures to reduce the difficulties that result from rising prices."

Abdullah said the government will continue to review planned mega-projects, including major infrastructure plans slated to cost billions, and only those deemed essential will proceed.

He also brought forward by two weeks the date for a cash rebate for owners of small- and medium-sized vehicles - designed to partially offset the fuel price hike - to June 14.

And in a bid to head off threats of closures by public transport operators, he said they will be allowed to buy diesel at the old subsidised rate.

Abdullah said Malaysia will also increase the threshold of the poverty rate, which currently stands at RM691 in monthly income, so that more people can access the government safety net.

abdullah ahamad badawi pm anti inflation pc 090608 02The council, which met for the first time today, is headed by the prime minister and has 28 members.

Seven ministers are also part of the council - Nor Mohamed Yakcop, International Trade and Industry Minister Muhyiddin Yassin, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Shahrir Samad, Transport Minister Ong Tee Keat, Agriculture Minister Mustapa Mohd, Housing and Local Development Minister Ong Ka Chuan and Minister in Prime Ministers Department (Economic planning) Amirsham Abdul Aziz.

Also included were Bank Negara governor Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz, workers representatives (Cuepacs and MTUC), Malaysian Employers' Federation, Bernama, Fomca and other bodies.

The council is expected to meet once a fortnight.

Bahasa Melayu & Sanskrit Language

Sanskrit an ancient language or probably world's oldest language. Originated from India(there a lot of theory regarding the origin), this language had gain a name as "The Mother of all Language on Earth" and also known as language of spirituality.

Why i suddenly writes about this? Because many of us in Malaysia is unaware that "Bahasa Melayu" or our national official language has a very close relation with Sanskrit Language. There is thousands of words borrowed directly from Sanskrit and many altered with slightly different pronunciation and meaning. Just to add, B.Melayu also contains words from arabic, english and other Asian language.

So guysss learning B.Melayu means directly and indirectly leaning Sanskrit, English, Arab, and other language. Below is the list of Sanskrit words that being used in B.Melayu, which i manage to remember at the moment. List followed by a video about the Sanskrit language.

Be proud to be Malaysian.


Sanskrit word


Bahasa Melayu

































Measurement with hand




Used for proton car














A unit of time


A unit of time


Reason; origin












Indicating great or powerful


Indicating great or powerful






















Channel or duct for vital air (prāna)


Heart beat




Serpent like animal
















Referring to a group of people






Full moon; The fifteenth day of the bright fortnight


Full moon


















Sight; color








Power; Energy


Power; Energy














Approach to treat; treatment







Sanskrit Language: The Most Scientific, Ancient, Spiritual 1