Friday, August 31, 2007

Merdeka Fireworks

Beautiful? it could have been better if not for the worst traffic congestion ever for the administrative capital that had limited access and exit. The traffic congestion started at Puchong 14 and heavy traffic until Putrajaya. The 5-10 km/p & stand still crawl started in front of wetland park. There are no other option or exit but to crawl until the 3 KM round about and exist the other side of the road and i am sure that will take hours. I pull over at rhe road side as how some did. From there we could only see the dome of the PM's residence, hoping to see something. There was a huge traffic congestion and all around Putrajaya hardly car can more. People are waiting for more then 3 hours there.
As the fireworks started at midnight we can hardly see the full view .. it was only the tip. After 10 mins many stated to leave out of disappointment. There were some fireworks that came high enough for all of us to see. I pity the one who were waiting at the lower ground along the highway.
Since it was too far & I had to use my 200mm zoom.....the results were not good specially i was not using the remote control.
When it was over i waited 30mins and left the location..... The 30mins was not enough, 1 Km from were I parked my car another congestion started. i took almost 1 hour to make the circle at the roundabout and to the other side of the road ..... the worst Merdeka .....
Happy Merdeka .....Kesetiaan Kepada Raja Dan Negara

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

I am suprised that we have such a person in this world

I am surprised to see this posting at "If you cannot fight rape better lay down and enjoy it" If it is true as the blog & media said ...I guess he has to tell that to a person that was enjoy it...then he will know!
Then how can the rakyat trust him?
Barisan National

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

More Cameron Highland

I can smell the natures beauty.....

And an eye sore .....actually i guess we only see the good when the bad is present...we only see GOD when devil is present ..... and I guess thats why GOD let the bad and devil to be that eventually that will help them to turn to and believe to GOD!

The BARAT Tea shop ......

I know some of you may say ...I have published this picture before ....but I feel like taking the picture when even I go there and I have to publish it .....

Monday, August 27, 2007

More At Cameron

"Unjuran itu juga menunjukkan penduduk Malaysia kini berjumlah 27.17 juta orang dengan masyarakat Melayu masih menjadi kaum majoriti, iaitu 13.77 juta, Bumiputera lain (2.9 juta), Cina (6.3 juta), India (1.88 juta), lain-lain (326,000) dan bukan warga negara atau pekerja asing (1.91 juta)."
FAKTA NOMBORStatistik Jabatan Imigresen dan Bahagian Perangkaan Demografi (dalam juta)
Very Soon:

Cameron Highland after Pangkor ...long drive

I am glad some part of the nature is still preserved, but I am sure it is not for long. Some challenges the global warming and continues to destroy the nature. How long can we last ? Will we?

An EYE....
The famous Palani Murugan here is this hills too

The way negative entities being destroyed ..Mahishasura Marthini as described Adi Shangkarachariyar..
I did not notice this of the many times I have been there.....this time I noticed the center ...just next to the temple at Brinchang

Sunday, August 26, 2007


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More we were going back

Excited? Hmmmmm
The rough area of the sea...


Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Malaysian government grapples with financial scandal at port ahead of expected elections

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: Malaysian authorities are facing a scandal over debts allegedly exceeding US$1 billion (€750 million) incurred by the country's main port authority, sparking concerns about a possible government bailout, politicians said Tuesday.
The issue is politically sensitive for Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi — who is widely expected to call for general elections before mid-2008 — because he has repeatedly pledged to boost transparency and battle the financial mismanagement that has plagued high-profile Malaysian projects in the past.

Abdullah said last week he needs more details and refused to comment on media reports saying the Port Klang Authority has racked up debts totaling about 4.6 billion ringgit (US$1.3 billion; €960 million) because of problems with the Port Klang Free Zone, a much-hyped shipping area that opened in western Malaysia last year.

Fears mounted that troubles with the 1,000-acre (400-hectare) PKFZ could hurt investor sentiment after the Dubai-based Jebel Ali Free Trade Zone Authority said last month it was pulling out of a pact to manage the zone because of what it called strategic reasons.
"The PKFZ scandal has affected the confidence of both foreign and local investors. They are watching the matter very closely," said Ronnie Liu, an official in the opposition Democratic Action Party. He has filed a police complaint seeking an investigation into land deal irregularities and cost overruns that are believed to have triggered the debts.

Transport Minister Chan Kong Choy or another government leader is expected to issue a statement soon to explain the issue after the Cabinet discusses potential solutions, a ministry official said on condition of anonymity.
Port Klang Authority Chairman Chor Chee Heung said Tuesday he was busy with meetings and declined to comment.

Shahrir Samad, the chairman of a parliamentary committee that looks into government accounting and fund allocations, said his panel is likely to look into the issue because it might involve public accountability concerns.

"Is there (going to be) a bailout? If it involves government funds, we just want to find out what has happened," Shahrir, a parliamentarian in Abdullah's ruling coalition, told Associated Press.
Several government bailouts of prominent companies, including a bank and a steel firm, damaged public confidence in the 1990s. Opposition leaders blamed the bailouts on corruption as well as undisciplined spending by former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, whose 22 years in power were marked by expensive modernization initiatives.
Abdullah succeeded Mahathir in 2003 and said he would not follow on Mahathir's path of costly projects.

Industry observers have been alarmed by the port scandal because the government apparently ignored early warning signs. Malaysia's National Audit Department, in a 2004 analysis on its Web site, said the Port Klang Authority had liabilities of 1.7 billion ringgit (US$500 million; €380 million) because of the purchase of the free zone land.

......Where goes the Tax Payers Money?