En Ahmad Jauhari Yahya (AJ), the Group CEO of MAS, announced yesterday that MAS chalked up RM1.17 bil losses for 2013! In August 2013 AJ had told the nation that MAS will be on track to profitability by the end of 2014 as his Business Plans of 2011 was gaining traction, in HERE. With the losses of RM1.17 bil for 2013, it will be a miracle if MAS could turnaround as predicted by the end of 2014. Continue Reading »
Yours truly hopes that the Year of the Horse will bring all of us peace, good health, happiness and prosperity. Let us all Malaysians gallop into the Year of the Horse with greater sense of nation building and less politicking. Continue Reading »
The silence is more and more deafening. The cat seems to have got the tongues of Malaysia’s “Champions of Human Rights”. We know who they are. They also know who they are. Continue Reading »
The detention without trial of a Malaysian couple by Swedish authorities for allegedly hitting their son’s hand for not performing his prayers has received the attention of our Foreign Minister YB Datuk Anifah Aman, who has since been doing his best to assist the family of the detained couple and secure their early release. Continue Reading »
For background story of the two detained Malaysians in Swedish prison, who have been separated from their children for more than a month now, read HERE.
The front page main news of the Star today: “Malaysian parents run foul of Swedish Law”. If we were to look at the highlighted news and stories under the stewardship of the Editor-In-Chief of the Star, Ms June Wong, such a headline reflects her train of thoughts or taste buds. Remember the hue and cry that were highlighted by The Star when the pron bloggers Alvin and Vivian were denied bail. Continue Reading »
When the allegations against AirAsia for discriminating against the disabled persons had quieten down, 6 years later AiraAsia started to charge disabled passengers RM120 for one way and RM240 return for wheelchair services, HERE. Continue Reading »