Monday, January 30, 2012

Membership For Sale ...based of race in Malaysia


Saw this posting in the Facebook.... shows the direction Malaysia is going with the 1MALAYSIA Politics..

Perception delivered.... I let you read the numbers range and know it :)

Friday, January 20, 2012

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Dear All,
We at Development of Human Resources in Rural Areas (DHRRA) Malaysia is proud to announce that we have started a call centre for our Indian Community to obtain any kind of assistance through a phone call. We have named this project as 'My Search'. Language used will be TAMIL, MALAY and ENGLISH
At the moment we are operating from 9am - 9pm (Monday - Sunday) including Public holiday.
Callers can get advice on:
Birth Registration, IC, Red IC matters
Psychological Counseling
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Legal Matters
Availability of business loans
Availability on scholarships
Business Advice
Welfare Assistance
Please call us at 03-78747680, we are there to help you. You might not need this service but someone out there may need it, please help us to spread this news.
Thank You
Regards
Nanthini Ramalo

Indian couple have children taken away by Norwegian social workers because they fed them with their hands

An Indian couple have had their children taken away by Norwegian social workers because they were feeding them with their hands and sleeping in the same bed as them.
Anurup and Sagarika Bhattacharya lost custody of their three-year-old son and one-year-old daughter eight months ago after authorities branded their behaviour inappropriate.
The drastic measure led to intervention from the Indian government who contacted Norwegian authorities in an a desperate attempt to return the children.
Parents Anurup, right and his wife Sagarika Bhattacharya had their three-year-old son, pictured, and one-year-old daughter taken away after authorities complained over their behaviour
Parents Anurup, right and his wife Sagarika Bhattacharya had their three-year-old son, pictured, and one-year-old daughter taken away
Norwegian Child Protection Services removed the youngsters from their home in May, 2011, leaving their parents horrified with the outcome of the report.
Father Anurup told Indian television channel NDTV: 'They told me ''why are you sleeping with the children in the same bed?'’.
'(I told them) this is also a purely cultural issue. We never leave the children in another room and say goodnight to them.'
Anurup added: 'Feeding a child with the hand is normal in Indian tradition and when the mother is feeding with a spoon there could be phases when she was overfeeding the child.
'They said it was force feeding. These are basically cultural differences.'
Authorities complained that Anurup, seen here with his son, should not have been sleeping in the same bed as his eldest child
Authorities complained that Anurup, seen here with his son, should not have been sleeping in the same bed as his eldest child
Their one-year-old daughter is currently staying with a separate family to her brother's temporary carers
Their one-year-old daughter is currently staying with a separate family to her brother's temporary carers
Mrs Bhattacharya said: 'My son was sleeping with my husband. They said he should sleep separately from your son.'
The parents have been told that they can only see their children twice a year, for an hour during each visit until the kids turn 18 when they will no longer be bound by the current restrictions under current Norwegian law.
Despite the Indian government's intervention, Norwegian officials are refusing to meet the request for any further explanation.
Authorities complained that mother Sagarika should not have been feeding her children with her hands
Authorities complained that mother Sagarika should not have been feeding her children with her hands
Norway's Child Protective Service has come under much scrutiny in the past for excessive behaviour in their handling of child cruelty.
Lawyer Svein Kjetil Lode Svendsen said: 'There has been a report in UN in 2005 which criticized Norway for taking too many children in public care.
'The amount was 12,500 children and Norway is a small country.'
With the Bhattacharyas' visas set to expire in March, they have revealed that they will be forced to stay against their will until the return of their infants.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2088337/Norwegian-authorities-away-children-Indian-couple-eating-hands.html#ixzz1jyAOGNdc