Teman Kome Weh....

Ahad, Januari 31, 2010

Perak timbang permohonan sebuah lagi universiti swasta

LUMUT: Kerajaan Perak sedang menimbang satu lagi permohonan membina sebuah universiti swasta yang akan menyediakan pengajian secara berkembar dengan sebuah universiti terkemuka dari luar negara.

Menteri Besar, Datuk Seri Dr Zambry Abdul Kadir berkata, cadangan yang dikemukakan oleh sebuah syarikat tempatan itu baru diterima minggu lepas.

Institusi Pengajian Tinggi Swasta (IPTS) itu merupakan kerjasama antara pihak berkenaan dengan sebuah universiti terkemuka dari luar negara dan akan membabitkan pelaburan ratusan juta ringgit, katanya kepada pemberita selepas merasmikan majlis Anugerah Cemerlang Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) dan Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) 2009 anjuran Umno Bahagian Lumut di sini hari ini.

"Kerajaan negeri sedang meneliti dan sedia mempertimbangkan permohonan itu yang turut disertakan dengan cadangan pelan pembinaan kampus tersebut," katanya.

Sebelum ini, kerajaan negeri telah meluluskan kawasan seluas 120 hektar di Gua Tempurung, Gopeng dekat Ipoh bagi pembinaan sebuah universiti perubatan antarabangsa yang mengadakan kerjasama dengan dengan beberapa universiti terkenal dari India.

Projek melibatkan jumlah pelaburan antara RM7 bilion hingga RM8 billion akan dmulakan tahun ini.

Mengenai cadangan yang baru diterima itu, Zambry berkata, kawasan yang diperlukan adalah seluas kira-kira 20 hektar dan kerajaan negeri sedang mengenalpasti kawasan yang sesuai.

"Kawasan dan IPTS yang bakal didirikan itu akan diumumkan sedikit masa lagi...kerajaan negeri memang mengalu-alukan hasrat mana-mana pihak untuk mendirikan universiti dan pusat pendidikan di negeri ini dalam usaha menjadikan Perak sebagai pusat kecemerlangan ilmu," katanya.

Pada majlis berkenaan, seramai 378 orang pelajar yang mencatat keputusan terbaik dalam UPSR dan 194 pelajar PMR menerima hadiah dan sijil masing-masing. - BERNAMA

Rabu, Januari 27, 2010

Pemikiran politik Ahmad Boestamam

Pemikiran Politik dalam Novel Ahmad Boestamam

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Ahmad Boestamam menguasai tiga bidang yang berbeza – politik, kewartawanan dan sasterawan – dan tersohor kerana ketiga-tiganya. Melalui pengalaman dan penglibatannya dalam bidang politik, Ahmad Boestamam menterjemahkan pemikiran politik ke dalam novel tulisannya. Penampilan pemikiran politik itu disimpulkan mengandungi tiga aspek iaitu nasionalisme, antikolonialisme dan sosialisme. Ketiga-tiga aspek pemikiran itu pula mempunyai perkaitan antara satu sama lain yang disampaikan dalam bentuk mesej yang digarap dalam novel. + more >>

Selasa, Januari 19, 2010

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! Pendaftaran awal memberikan peluang downline Percuma dengan banyaknya.

Khamis, Januari 14, 2010

Video gempa bumi di Haiti

Gempa di Haiti: Jangkaan angka korban cecah 100,000 orang

Gempa paling kuat yang melanda Haidi, semalam menyebabkan misi pengaman Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu (PBB) di negara kepulauan itu terjejas berikutan ramai kakitangannya maut.

Setiausaha Agungnya, Ban Ki-moon, berkata gempa berukuran 7.0 magnitud itu dijangka mengakibatkan ribuan nyawa melayang dengan angka yang dijangkakan melebihi 100,000 orang.

“Ia satu tragedi kepada Haiti dan juga PBB,” katanya.

Perdana Menteri Haiti, Jean-Max Bellerive memberitahu stesen tv CNN bahawa angka kematian di Haiti akibat gempa kuat dan terburuk sejak 160 tahun itu boleh mencecah 100,000 orang.

“Namun saya berdoa dan amat berharap bahawa angka korban itu adalah tidak benar,” katanya.

Misi pengaman PBB di Haiti – MINUSTAH – terjejas teruk dengan ibu pejabatnya di ibu negara Port-au-Prince runtuh dan berpuluh kakitangannya turut hilang dan dikhuatiri maut, termasuk ketua stafnya, Hedi Annabi dari Tunisia dan timbalannya.

Presiden Haiti, Rene Preval berkata, Annabi yang berada di dalam bangunan bersama antara 100 dan 150 kakitangan lain ketika gempa dikhuatiri maut. – AFP

Ahad, Januari 10, 2010

Terkini...bom mengebom..menular ke Taiping

Sunday, January 10, 2010


















Gambar dari star online..bulatan merah...botol bom petrol


hadapan pintu masuk ke sekolah
Terkini;Taiping .jam 10 pagi. saya bersama YDP di kuala sepetang dalam satu majlis,menerima maklumat bahawa adanya 2 buah gereja di baling bom petrol.Kami bergegas menuju keTaiping.
1.Gereja Taming sari berhadapan padang esplande,dibaling bom petrol.
Ketua paderi yang ditemui sdr Joshua Ong memberitahu kami,bahawa beliau seperti biasa datang kegereja pada pukul 7 pagi ,terkejut melihat kesan kebakaran dihadapan pintu,dan terdapat 2 botol kaca yg telah pecah.Beliau bergegas ke Balai Polis Daerah lebih kurang 100 meter dari Gereja untuk membuat laporan.

2.Satu lagi Taiping Catholic Church di Jalan Convent juga dibaling bom petrol.
Seorang Penganut kristian yg enggan dikenali memberitahu bahawa Bom Petrol juga dibaling hadapan Pintu masuk kesekolah Rendah Convent bersebelahan gereja itu.
DENGAN SELAMBA BELIAU MEMBERITAHU SAYA....U TAHU KAMI TAHU SAPA YANG BUAT INI KERJA .....aku konfius??????......walau pun ku mengerti....sambil senyum..


















gereja jalan Taming Sari..kelihatan botol...bom petrol


















Paderi Rev Joshua Ong

Sabtu, Januari 09, 2010

A brief history of the world's tallest building







Here's a look at the buildings that have claimed that title in the past.



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Burj Dubai
Dubai may be struggling financially, but money problems didn't keep it from opening Burj Dubai on Jan. 4 and snagging the title for world's tallest building from Toronto, which has the soon-to-be second tallest CN Tower. Burj Dubai's actual height is a closely guarded secret, although developers admit that it will be at least 2,600 ft. (790 m) tall — almost twice the height of Chicago's Willis Tower. The tower, which cost an estimated $1.5 billion to construct, boasts 164 floors, nearly 1,100 one- to three-bedroom apartments and elevators that travel up to 25 m.p.h. (40 km/h) Visitors to the 124th-floor observation deck can see 50 miles (80 km) on a clear day.

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The Great Pyramid
Humanity's edifice complex goes back — way back — to around 2,575 B.C., when the Great Pyramid of Giza,
the tallest of Egypt's famous monuments, began its four-millennium reign as the world's tallest building. Originally
rising 481 ft. (146 m) above a rocky stretch along the Nile river, it has been beaten down 30 ft. (9 m) by years of erosion.

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Lincoln Cathedral
Lincoln Cathedral has taken its share of beatings — a fire around 1141, an earthquake in 1185 and a collapse of its central tower in the 1230s. But at 524 ft. (160 m), the house of worship in northwestern England held the title of world's tallest building for more than 200 years, until 1549. The building, regarded as one of the largest and most magnificent churches in all of Europe, was started in the 11th century and took literally centuries to complete. The lead-covered spire built in the 14th century made it the tallest building in Europe, a title it lost when the spire collapsed in 1549. Even without the spire, however, it remains the tallest cathedral in Europe.

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Cologne Cathedral
In the early 14th century, churches began a long period of dominance as the world's tallest structures. Entrants from Estonia, France and Germany all vied for the title over the ensuing centuries. St. Olaf's in Tallinn succeeded Lincoln Cathedral in 1549, and held the designation until 1625, when its spire burned down after a lightning strike. Houses of worship in Germany (Stralsund, Hamburg) and in Rouen and Strasbourg in France swapped the world's-tallest title until 1880, when Cologne Cathedral, which checked in at a towering 518 ft. (157 m), took over the honor after a laborious construction process that lasted more than six centuries. The German church, which survived bombing campaigns in World War II and became a World Heritage site in 1996, owned the designation for just four years, when the newly completed Washington Monument surpassed it.

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The Washington Monument
Towering above Washington, D.C., at just over 555 ft. (169 m) is the Washington Monument — a tribute to the nation's first President and his military prowess during the Revolutionary War. Architect Robert Mills' conception of a neoclassical rotunda topped by a towering obelisk won the competition to design the monument; construction started in 1848. A lack of funds, haphazard organization and the outbreak of the Civil War caused several delays, however, and by the time construction started up again, architectural tastes and styles had changed and Mills had passed away. His original design was heavily altered and an unadorned, pointed Egyptian obelisk prevailed — thanks in part to George P. Marsh, the U.S. ambassador to Italy and a design adviser for the monument, who had spent time living in Egypt and was influenced by the many Egyptian obelisks scattered throughout Rome. By 1884 the structure was complete; today, visitors who take an elevator to the top can enjoy unobstructed, 30-mile (48 km) views of the U.S. capital.

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The Eiffel Tower
The French don't brag about the Eiffel Tower's height (984 ft., or 300 m) but they do like to remind admirers of
the structure that when it was erected in 1889, it was twice as high as the dome of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
and the Great Pyramid of Giza. Not only that, but it was also built in two years with a small labor force of just 300
workers, at the minimal cost of about $1.5 million. It opened in time to serve as the entrance gate for the
International Exposition (or World's Fair) of 1889. It stood as the world's tallest building until 1930, when
New York City's Chrysler Building edged it out, but it certainly remains one of the most efficient.

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Chrysler Building
Iconic as it is, New York City's Chrysler Building enjoyed the title of world's tallest building for barely a year. It began its reign in late 1929, after winning a heated competition with the developers of the Bank of Manhattan Trust building (now known as 40 Wall Street) who had publicly declared their tower to be tallest in the world before completion. The Chrysler Building's designers secretly constructed a 180-ft. (55 m) spire within its main tower; when it was hoisted into position, the Art Deco masterpiece topped out at 1,046 ft. (319 m). However, its reign was already doomed: the Empire State Building, under construction a few blocks south, would dwarf it upon opening in 1931.



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Empire State Building
It has been hit by a plane, it has been climbed by a giant gorilla (in both film and real life: an inflatable gorilla was attached to its side for the 50th anniversary of the original movie King Kong in 1983) and it has twice stood as New York City's tallest building (before the World Trade Center's completion in 1972 and after its destruction on Sept. 11, 2001). At 102 stories, the Empire State Building has become one of the world's most iconic structures and landmarks. In 1967, after having held the title of world's tallest building since 1931, it was surpassed by the Ostankino Tower in Moscow.

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Ostankino Tower
In 1967, Moscow joined the tall-building competition when it unveiled the Ostankino Tower, a 1,772-ft. (540 m) monument to mark the 50th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution. It held the tallest title for nine years until Canada finished its CN Tower in 1976. Technically, Chicago's Sears Tower — the 110-story skyscraper built in 1974 and recently renamed the Willis Tower — has more inhabitable floors (visitors can ascend 1,450 ft. [440 m] in Chicago but only 1,180 ft. [360 m] in Moscow) but Ostankino Tower's spire makes it roughly 30 ft. (9 m) higher.


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CN Tower
Stretching more than 1,800 ft. (550 m) into the air is CN Tower — the tallest freestanding structure in the Americas and one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World. The tower — built by Canadian National Railway — was designed as a telecommunications hub to overcome the problem of poor reception caused by Toronto's skyscrapers. After its completion in 1976, the tower also became a downtown tourist attraction, and today more than 2 million visitors enjoy multiple observation decks, caf├ęs and even a 360-degree revolving restaurant each year.






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Janganlah menjadi begitu masin..
sehingga orang meludahmu..
Dan janganlah pula berlaku
terlampau manis, sehingga
mereka menelan dirimu
begitu saja...

Have a unique character like salt
its presence is not felt but its
absence makes things tasteless.

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