Firefighter Adib Tragedy: The Verdict is Out


(Adib’s death – is this supposed to be the result of temple going, God fearing devotees? Why there was danger to fire fighters when the peace loving devotees suppose to help the fire fighters to do their job? Photo Source: NST)

It was a tragedy that should not have ever happened to a fire fighter

Who is in sound mind would have wanted to injured (in this case killed) a fire fighter rushing in to put a fire?… [Click to read the rest] “Firefighter Adib Tragedy: The Verdict is Out”

Overseas Assignment 2012: Part 5 – Trip to Modern Oriental Paris & Ancient Temples

oriental paris shanghai trip flight

When on an overseas trip, weekends are rest days and it is the best time to catch up on sleep and when that’s done, for the rest of the day, it is time to go around town.

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1Mob for 1Malaysia

Dust has yet to settle on the Section 23 temple relocation issue…

The police after earlier much inactivity at cow head protest (this was blamed on having a ‘junior’ officer onsite) and then later at the resident dialogue (where insults and threats of violence were uttered in public) have started to round up the protesters to be booked under the law (but whether they will be punished accordingly will be another big question)

The State Government have started to look for alternative site and found one within Section 23.… [Click to read the rest] “1Mob for 1Malaysia”

Temple Fiasco Revisited

Almost a year ago, I talked about the temple fiasco faced in the state of Selangor and the latest protest by Section 23 residents had somehow prompted me to revisit this delicate issue

In my post titled ‘Temple Fiasco & MP Resigning”  I laid down 6 steps that the state government could look at when dealing with the many Hindu temples in the state.… [Click to read the rest] “Temple Fiasco Revisited”

Hindu Temple Architecture

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The architecture of Hindu temples evolved over a period of more than 2,000 years and there is a great variety in this architecture.

Hindu temples are of different shapes and sizes – rectangular, octagonal, semi circular – with different types of domes and gates.… [Click to read the rest] “Hindu Temple Architecture”

My first thought for 2006

I guess there is no better way to start the year for my blog than blogging on something religious (or something close to that topic). Ya, you heard me right – “religious”

More so, after I almost got into a fight (or rather a fist fight) with an idiot who double parked at a very congested parking area on the 1st day of 2006.

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History 101: Morib, The Deserted But Fun Beach

morib beach plaque history world war 2 indian army

This World War 2 plaque in the centre of the Morib beach states the 46th Indian Beach Group landed in Morib on 9 Sept 1945 and handled 42,651 personnel, 3,968 vehicles and 11,224 tons of stores. It was reported that it took four days them to reach Kuala Lumpur as there was fierce resistance from the Japanese Army.… [Click to read the rest] “History 101: Morib, The Deserted But Fun Beach”

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