Dr Pornthip has testified that Teoh Beng Hock was alive when he hit the ground, though she was unable to determine if he was conscious during the fall. But she says his neck injuries raise questions.
France’s Nuclear Safety Authority (ASN) has expressed its views on the consequences of the Fukushima disaster, reports Green Action Japan. André-Claude Lacoste, President of ASN (France’s Nuclear Safety Authority) expressed his views on the implications and consequences of the Fukushima disaster on Wednesday 30 March 2011, in front of the Parliamentary Office for the Assessment of Scientific and Technological Options.
The Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP) is mulling plans for a new building of its own in George Town – but where is the George Town Local Plan? Shouldn’t we first come up with the Local Plan and put it on display for public comment and then incorporate the feedback? View Larger Map
Those travelling for the first time to Sarawak might be shocked to discover the poor condition of roads, even in urban areas. And if you venture further away from the cities and towns, you might find folks without proper piped water and regular electricity supply and people still using pit latrines. And all the while, some of the political elites and their business cronies in Kuching enjoy ostentatious life-styles, their families having accumulated millions.
Look, no splashing of money during election campaigns. Now, why can’t the Malaysian Election Commission ensure the Sarawak campaign will be like this? This is from the Times of India: Chief Electoral Officer bans fund allocation from MLAs, MPs PTI, Mar 5, 2011, 08.38pm IST THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: With the code of conduct coming into force in Kerala following announcement of the assembly polls on April 13, the Chief Electoral Officer has banned allocation of funds for developmental work from MPs and MLAs.