Thursday, November 26, 2009

A Green Malaysia for the Future |

A Green Malaysia for the Future |

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What's Your Opinion?

I personally think that Namewee did the right thing by posting up a video of the incident.
Why was the whole area dark while TNB building was bright with lights/ electricity?
We (the users) deserve the right to know the reason & the truth!

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Ninja Squad in Malaysia

Ninja Squad keeps streets safe

JOHOR BARU: Police here have formed a special Ninja Squad in an effort
to curb wayside robberies, including snatch thefts, in the city.
The unit, equipped with nine Kawasaki KLX250 scrambler motorcycles,
patrol the streets wearing full-faced helmets, jeans and boots.
The 16-man team from the Johor Baru (South) district police headquarters
is usually deployed at crime hotspots in the city.
Chief Insp Mohd Saufi Mohd Kassim, who leads the squad,
said the team was formed three months ago.
Patrolling ninjas:A team of personnel from the Ninja Squad
doing their rounds at Johor Baru city centre.
“The squad was created to combat street crime within
the crime-prone areas in the city,” he said.
C/Insp Mohd Saufi said the team regularly patrolled areas
around Larkin, Pelangi and the city centre.
He said the team had to wear casual attire because
it helped them move about easily.
“The idea of the squad was mooted by
Johor Baru (South) OCPD Assis­t­ant Commissioner Zainuddin Yaakob.
“He takes the team deep into the jungle once a week
for training exercises with their machines,” he said, adding that
the training was important to ensure that squad members
adapt well to their high-powered motorcycles.
When asked why the team was called Ninja Squad,
C/Insp Mohd Saufi said the name was actually given by the public.
“Many members of the public started calling the team ‘ninja’
probably because of their full-faced helmets and appearance,” he said,
adding that the name has since stuck.
ACP Zainuddin said each bike costs around RM23,000
and was capable of being ridden on different terrain.
“Our team has been very successful in tackling crime
as we have apprehended snatch thieves and other criminals,” he said,
adding that his team was the pioneer in the country
to use scrambler bikes to fight crime.
ACP Zainuddin added that the success of the team
even prompted state police chief Deputy Comm­issioner
Mohd Mokhtar Mohd Shariff to set up similar teams in other districts.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

A Day at the Hospital...

What a day...
I had to go to the hospital coz I was having allergies...
My hand & face were swollen...
Not painful but itchy...
I just hate needles!
Luckily, my husband Joe was there to comfort me...