Monday, 31 January 2011

10 Sen Hike in RON97 in Malaysia

Well guys, what are you all waiting for? I'm calling out to those people who drive in Malaysia...It will be time for you lot to buy more RON97 fuel before tonight!!! Otherwise you will have to pay 10 sen more at RM2.50 a litre. What a shame!


Joshua Lopez said...

It's A Global Hike, hence Msia is affected in a slight way. Nothing Alarming.

Joshua Lopez said...

What A Shame On England?! A Group of Russian Men including a Russian Intelligence Officer gang raped a Malaysian Student!

By Zaharah Othman in London
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A DATE has been provisionally set for the hearing of the alleged gang-rape of an 18-year-old Malaysian student in the prestigious Bellerby's College in Greenwich, South London.
The student was allegedly gang-raped by Russian students from the same college.

Four of the defendants -- Oleg Ivanov, 20, Gregory Melnokov, 23, Novoya Davtyan, 23, and Armen Simonyam, 19 -- appeared in the Woolwich Crown Court here yesterday to confirm their names.

Judge M. Carrol, who sat during the 20-minute preliminary hearing to set the date, also ordered them to be remanded until the provisional hearing date.

According to prosecution officer Lynne Towley, no pleas were recorded.

The hearing of the plea has been set for March 24. There was no application for bail. Towley added that two of the defendants would have their own counsels.

She said the alleged offence was said to have taken place at the halls of residence in the college on Jan 21, during a party.

It is understood that several Malaysian students enrolled in the STG18,000 (RM88,800) a year college.

According to initial reports in a tabloid newspaper here, the victim was allegedly "drugged and filmed while being assaulted by the Russian students, which included an intelligence officer identified as Oleg Ivanov".

The report added that police seized the iPhones belonging to the suspects which contained footage of the victim being gang-raped.

The court was filled with the suspects' friends and relatives who came to give them support.

Read more: Gang-rape of student: Hearing on March 24

ぜるもう said...

Joshua, there's nothing to do with UK. Look at the culprit...

ぜるもう said...

There's one big problem in Malaysia. The petrol and diesel prices in the country are not determined by market forces as I have known. Instead, it is being controlled by the government. That's not good though...

Joshua Lopez said...

Nope, its not controlled by the government. Infact the government has been subsidising for donkey's years and still are. This is to help lower the burden of the rakyat.

ぜるもう said...

The question is why don't we let the market force do the work?