MH370: Four Corners examines what happened

The following are some of the major questions floating in my mind, and I am sure they are shared by many others:

– Why did the Malaysian side initially refuse to hand over the cargo manifest to the Australian investigators? Why did it take so long for the cargo manifest to be released? We still do not know the origins of the lithium-ion batteries and the mangosteens that were supposed to be in the cargo. (more…)


Two nuns working with disadvantaged children assaulted, critically injured

Update by Facebook user Mary Josephine Prittam Singh:

I was at the hospital with the family and IJ Sisters throughout most of the day and felt their pain and anxiety over the incident. Mary-Rose was transferred to the ward around noon whilst Julianna was still at the emergency ward until this evening unable to be moved due to her unstable condition caused by the drop in her blood pressure and very bad brain injuries.

church of the visitation Two Christian nuns working among poor and disadvantaged children were viciously attacked this morning at a church in Seremban. (more…)


Elephant in the room in Terengganu state assembly crisis?

It is poetic justice that the BN finds itself in a right old pickle in Terengganu with the defections of three state assembly reps. After all, most of us don’t need to be reminded about the BN’s power grab in Perak in 2009. But there is a larger elephant in the room in Terengganu – the state’s sovereign wealth fund which morphed into the controversial and opaque 1Malaysian Development Berhad. (more…)