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Isoyama bergambar bogel

IsoyamaMODEL popular Jepun, Sayaka Isoyama membuat kenyataan yang menggemparkan apabila gambarnya beraksi tanpa seurat benang akan dipaparkan dalam majalah wanita, Frau pada Julai depan.

Gambar tersebut memperlihatkan perubahan tubuhnya yang semakin langsing berikutan amalannya yang melakukan tarian latin kerana mengikuti program Core Rhythms.

Isoyam, 25, yang ditemui dalam sebuah acara mempromosi kecergasan di Tokyo berkata, senaman tarian tersebut banyak membantunya mencapai berat dan bentuk badan yang ideal dalam setengah bulan sahaja.

“Saya gembira apabila Frau bersetuju untuk mengeluarkan gambar bogel saya. Ia bukanlah sesuatu yang memalukan sebaliknya satu penghargaan apabila saya berpeluang untuk menonjolkan kecantikan diri saya yang sebenar,” ujarnya.


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Wrath of a man let down over a loan

angry-woman-phone1A woman received hundreds of calls asking for sex after her personal details were posted in a pornographic website by a disgruntled man whose request for a loan from her brother was denied.

Harian Metro quoted a source as saying that the woman had apparently influenced her brother not to give the man the loan. Two weeks later, the 36-year-old woman, who is a clerk, started getting unsolicited calls and SMSes from strange men nationwide asking for sexual favours.

Bewildered and fed up, she then found out that the callers got her number from a sex website.

She suspected the man, who had earlier got into a quarrel with her for convincing her brother not to give him money.

The woman then lodged a police report.

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Seluruh Dunia diserang ‘Virus Babi’ 81 Mati


Berwaspadalah kita, virus babi menyerang! mungkinkah virus ini berasal dari dadah buatan manusia? Ataupun serangan racun biologikal?


Mungkinkah satu hari nanti manusia akan berubah genetik akibat terlalu banyak makan ubat dan akibat pencemaran alam sekitar yang teruk? atau manusia akan ‘lenyap’ di muka bumi ini(extintion)….


World on alert with swine flu outbreak



Mexicans huddled inside their homes while US hospitals tracked patients with flu symptoms and other countries imposed health checks at airports as the World Health Organisation warned the virus had the potential to become a pandemic.

Announced on Friday, the outbreak has snowballed into a monster headache for the country, already grappling with a violent drug war and economic slowdown, and has quickly become one of the biggest global health scares in years.

In New Zealand, 10 pupils from an Auckland school that had just returned from Mexico were being treated for influenza symptoms in what health authorities said was a likely case of swine flu.

“We are monitoring minute by minute the evolution of this problem across the whole country,” President Felipe Calderon said as health officials counted suspected infections in six states from the tropical south to the northern border.
The flu is spreading in the United States. Eleven cases were confirmed in California, Kansas and Texas, and eight schoolchildren in New York City caught a type A influenza virus that health officials say is likely to be the swine flu.

The new flu strain, a mixture of various swine, bird and human viruses, poses the biggest risk of a large-scale pandemic since avian flu surfaced in 1997, killing several hundred people.

A 1968 “Hong Kong” flu pandemic killed about one million people globally.

New flu strains can spread quickly because no one has natural immunity and a vaccine takes months to develop.

Health Minister Jose Angel Cordova said the swine flu had killed at least 20 and possibly as many as 81 people in Mexico, and more than 1,300 people were being tested for suspected infection.

Most of the dead were aged 25 to 45, a worrying sign because a hallmark of past pandemics has been high fatalities among healthy young adults.

In the crowded capital of 20 million people, museums were closed and public events scrapped, from concerts to a running race.

People hoarded bottled water and canned food, churchgoers were told to stay home and follow Sunday services on television and bewildered tourists were made to wear surgical face masks.

Trendy districts were quiet on Saturday night as authorities closed 70 per cent of nightclubs, along with stadiums and movie theatres. At least one open bar stationed medics at its doors to check clients’ throats and take their temperatures.

All schools in the city, Mexico State and San Luis Potosi are to be closed until May 6 and some companies planned to have employees work from home. — Reuters Governments around the world rushed yesterday to check the spread of a new type of swine flu that has killed up to 81 people in Mexico and infected around a dozen in the United States.


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Gov’t Drops Bumi Quota for Services Sector

The government has removed the 30% bumiputra equity condition in 27 services sub-sectors, with immediate effect. Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak said that the Government would progressively undertake the liberalisation of other services sub-sectors on an ongoing basis.

Among the services sub-sectors immediately liberalised were health and social, tourism, business and computer related services.

This is a much anticipated move and should be lauded as a good first step forward to unfreeze the private sector from making meaningful investment in these areas.

I hope that the liberalisation is followed by a directive to all governmental departments, ministries and GLCs to support the liberalisation. All Malaysian listed companies should be allowed to do business with the government.

I would like to see similar move being made for the manufacturing and financial sectors. Next, the government should focus on helping Malaysians to improve their earning power. Malaysia should create more knowledge centric and higher value opportunities to attract knowledge workers to come back to serve the local economy. We must lose our dependence on cheap foreign labour.

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Who are the remaining ISA detainees?


The 5,000-strong crowd roared, “Mansuhkan ISA! – 

On the eve of the Bukit Gantang by-election, Abolish ISA Movement coordinator Syed Ibrahim Syed Noh told a crowd of 5,000 at a Pas event that even though Najib had released 13 ISA detainees, another 27 remained incarcerated in the Kamunting Detention Centre, not too far from the site of the rally.

Just who are these 27, some of whom have been held without trial for more than half a dozen years?

Check out Aliran’s ISA Watch list here.

Syed Ibrahim said it was not enough for an incoming leader like Najib to release some ISA detainees as a some sort of “benevolent” gesture.  It may have been good PR, but it was not enough: the ISA itself had to be abolished.

To which the crowd, young and old, female and male, roared back, “Mansuhkan ISA! (Abolish the ISA!)”

We have come a long way since the opposition to the ISA articulated by a few lone dissidents in the 1960s. Over the years since then, the voices in the wilderness have swelled into a tidal wave clamouring for the total abolition of the act. Nothing less will suffice.

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Dr Ismail Merican, you sir, are a liar..?

Kugan’s Death: Ministry’s Report Suspicious – The 10-man committee headed by Malaysian Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Ismail Merican which was formed to investigate the ‘differences in post-mortem reports of A. Kugan’ has concluded that “all body injuries noted on the deceased were insufficient, either individually or collectively to cause death directly.”

Firstly, on what basis did the committee perform their task, considering that the two post-mortem reports were diametrically opposed to each other? It was one report against the other and the body was already buried. And yet without doing another autopsy, how can this committee make a conclusion on the cause of death?

The second autopsy report had concluded that the first report was erroneous and did not state the correct cause of death, but the committee overruled this report in favour of the first. On what basis was this call made? It is an insult to the Malaysian public’s intelligence to have a sham 10-man committee formed just to exonerate the guilty police officers who have senselessly murdered a 22 year old.

I am appalled at Tan Sri Dr Ismail Merican’s cheek to state that blunt force trauma could have led to acute renal failure which aggravated acute myocarditis, resulting in acute pulmonary oedema and then in the next sentence claim that death was not ‘directly’ caused by body injuries. Without further examination of the body, the committee overruled the cause of death stated by the second report. Even ignoring this, he essentially says that Kugan was brutally beaten repeatedly to the extent of causing his kidneys to fail which then caused his death and yet claims that the death was not a ‘direct’ result of the injuries.

I ask Dr Ismail Merican this: “You said that blunt force trauma caused acute renal failure. Isn’t this by itself a life threatening situtation? A person with acute renal failure inevitably dies. And according to the doctor who performed the second autopsy, this was indeed what happened. How on earth do you have the guts to stand up and make the claim that death was not caused directly by injuries?”

Are you playing with semantics here? This is a person’s life we are talking about. If kidney failure and pulmonary oedema resulted from the blunt force trauma, does that make the death ‘indirect’ and as a result exonerate the police from the crime of their deed? If one were to cut off a person’s hand and the person dies of bleeding, would we say that he died from lack of blood in his heart and he did not die directly from the injury but an indirect cause? Plainly put, this is clear (pardon my usage of the term) bullshit.

Dr Ismail, it is evident from your semantic play of words and unconvincing overruling of the second postmortem without valid reason that you and your 10-man committee are acting to protect the interests of those who walk in the corridors of power. It is clear that you have no conscience, no soul and no moral principles. By trying to avoid bringing to justice those involved in this murder, you have become an active participant in this crime.

You are clearly acting under fear of those higher up or clearly for personal rewards. By acting in such a cowardly manner, you have lost all moral authority that the Hippocratic oath had bestowed upon the noble profession of a doctor.

Tan Sri Dr Ismail Merican, you sir, are a liar.

I challenge the new prime minister Najib Tun Razak to walk the talk and bring transparency and accountability to our public service and bring those involved in this vile crime to justice. If not, this will count as the first failure of your administration, the first nail in the coffin.

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