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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Boy kidnapped on way to school

The Royal Malaysian Police Force posted an alert on its Facebook page yesterday and urged people to contact the Travers police station at 03-22824222 or ASP Erwansyah at 019-3849480. Those with information on Nayati's whereabouts can also call 013-681 6085.
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak yesterday made an impassioned plea to the abductors of a 12-year-old schoolboy to release him.

The Dutch national, Nayati Shamelin Moodliar, was on his way to Mont Kiara International School at 7.40am when he was grabbed by two men into a black Proton Gen 2.

Najib tweeted: “I appeal as a father for Nayati not to be harmed in any way. Spoke directly to police IGP to investigate the matter.” 

The page ( UsToFindNayatiMoodliar) was set up by Nayati's family and friends in the hope that it would help bring much needed information on his whereabouts.  Read more ....... 

Friday, April 27, 2012

20 community libraries in 3 years

GOOD NEWS:The state will invest RM6 million to build technologically-enhanced community libraries in densely-populated areas.

YOUTHS in the outskirts will get access to books when more community libraries are built.
The Selangor government will build 20 more technologically-enhanced community libraries in the state at the cost of RM6 million.

The libraries will be built over the next three years in densely populated residential areas.
Read more .......  

Update for the week

The past couple of weeks has been rather quiet with no untoward security incidents but beware of the Aedes mosquito.

Published by the Ministry of Health, Malaysia

There has been a case of denggi in the Central Zone. Remember that Denggi kills. Get rid of any stagnant water in and around your house.

Another thing to watch out for is illegal dumping of rubbish at the green belt along Jalan SS20/10.
If you happen to notice any illegal dumping at this area, please try to obtain the number plate of the vehicle and inform MBPJ at 03-79542020 (24 hrs).

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Modern trishaws may hit PJ roads

RIGHT DIRECTION: The modern trishaw, which runs on battery, is not only environment friendly but also cheaper

A public hearing on the Petaling Jaya 2020 Special Area Draft Plan at a community hall in Jalan SS3/14. Pic by Chan Wai Yew
CITY folk may see  the modern trishaw used as  public transport here,  based on a suggestion in the Petaling Jaya 2020 Special Area Draft Plan.

The idea for the trishaw was recently discussed at a public briefing of the Draft Plan in a community hall in Jalan SS3/14, by Prof Mohamad Rehan Karim of the Centre For Transportation Research, Universiti  Malaya.

The modern trishaw, which runs on battery, he said, was not only more environment friendly but also a cheaper mode of transport compared to taxis. 
Read more ...... 

Friday, April 6, 2012

Security update

No house break-in for the week but thieves carted away some TNB cables at Jalan SS20/10 causing power outage for 24 hrs for the people staying around there. The good news is police will be increasing manpower to patrol our streets very soon....

Hi there!: Mohamad Roslan (right) cycling with Amrun and others to get ideas for a dedicated cycling lane that will be built throughout Petaling Jaya.

IN AN effort to be dubbed as “a true cycling city,” the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) is coming up with a proposal to build inner and outer dedicated bicycle lanes.

The commitment for PJ City Cycleways Network comes in its 2012 review of the city’s transport strategy that hinges on the Special Area Plan and the Local Agenda 21.

PJ mayor Datuk Mohamad Roslan Sakiman said the city had a vision to lay out an inter-connected network of bicycle lanes that would allow cyclists to traverse parts of PJ on the dedicated bicycle lanes. Read more ......

New projects, homes to get LED bulbs

Councillors with mayor Datuk Mohamad Roslan Sakiman (fourth from left) at the launch of the programme to install energy-saving bulbs at the back portion of 400 houses.

GOING GREEN: The Petaling Jaya City Council will provide the bulbs for free in a bid to create a sustainable city, combat crime and cut electricity cost.
ALL new developments in the city must be installed with energy-saving bulbs said mayor Datuk Mohamad Roslan Sakiman.

Since last year, developers had been informed to take note of the requirement. This is in line with the council’s aim to go green and to become a sustainable city.   Read more .....