Amnesty International Slams New India Anti-terror Law

Amnesty International Slams New India Anti-terror Law

Amnesty International Slams New India Anti-terror Law Adopted in Wake of Mumbai Attacks

Amnesty International on Friday slammed India’s new anti-terror legislation to beef up police powers in the wake of the Mumbai attacks, saying it violates international human rights treaties.

The London-based human rights group called on India’s president not to approve the legislation, which would double the number of days police can detain terror suspects before filing charges, from 90 days to 180, as well as boost their powers to conduct searches.

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Google Earth Proves that the Prophet Muhammad (S) is RIGHT!

Google Earth Proves that

the Prophet Muhammad (S) is RIGHT!

Prophet MUHAMMAD in Hindu Scriptures

Prophet MUHAMMAD in Hindu Scriptures

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Prophet Muhammad’s (pbuh) LAST SERMON (Khutbah) Read by Yusuf Islam(Cat Stevens)

Prophet Muhammad’s (pbuh) 


Read by Yusuf Islam(Cat Stevens) 

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Dear FM Rais, what are you going to say: “If any one throw slippers at one of the ASEAN leaders”

Dear FM Rais, what are you going to say:

“If any one throw slippers at one of the ASEAN leaders”

This arrogant and Foreign Minister (ex-culture minister) had addressed the Ambassador of Turkey, even on TV,  with the word encik and deliberately avoid using HE or His Excellency during DSSAI saga. FMS should not be rude to avoid protocol.

And when he became a minister, he supported ISA, which was the thesis of his PhD. He was dishonest academic or has no academic integrity  when his anti-ISA thesis was just an academic exercise!

When others, US Algore used Reformarsi or ex Ausi PM used recalcitrant on them they are very sensitive.

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 20 — Foreign Minister Datuk Rais Yatim has praised the Iraqi journalist who tossed his shoes at US President George W. Bush, saying it was the “best show of retaliation” for the US invasion of Iraq.

Rais praised “the shoe-throwing act by that remarkable reporter who gave President Bush his final farewell last week.”

“That shoe-throwing episode, in my view, is truly the best weapon of mass destruction to the leader who coined the phrase ‘axis of evil’ to denote Iran, Iraq and North Korea,” he said in a speech last night at a dinner to commemorate the 63rd anniversary of the United Nations.

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Can you guess the Myanmar’s rank out of 129 in Education For All Index?

Can you guess the Myanmar’s rank,

out of 129 in Education For All Index?

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s position in the Education For All Development Index (EDI) has improved – from 56th placed to 45th out of the 129 countries surveyed.


These countries were involved in the Global Monitoring Report 2009 (GMR 2009) survey.

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Solidarity Day with migrants

Solidarity Day with migrants

Posted on December 19th, 2008 by Nathaniel Tan

The Star:

ABOUT 1,300 illegal foreigners have died during detention in the past six years, Malaysia Nanban quoted Malaysian Human Rights (Suhakam) commissioner Datuk N. Siva Subramaniam as saying.

He said many of them died in immigration detention centres, prisons and police lockups because they were denied medical treatment at the right time.

He proposed that a doctor and a medical assistant be appointed in each detention camp and prison which should have the necessary facilities to transfer sick prisoners to hospitals during an emergency.

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Literacy for Life, UNESCO


Global Monitoring Report 2006 – Literacy for Life

The EFA Global Monitoring Report 2006 aims to shine a stronger policy spotlight on the more neglected goal of literacy – a foundation not only for achieving EFA but, more broadly, for reaching the overarching goal of reducing human poverty.
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Education for All Development Index (EDI)



Education for All Development Index (EDI)

The EFA Development Index (EDI) is a composite using four of the six EFA goals, selected on the basis of data availability. The goals are:

• Universal primary education (UPE)
• Adult literacy
• Quality of education
• Gender



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Japan to accept 30 Burmese refugees only

Japan to accept 30 Burmese refugees only

Chiang Mai (Mizzima) – Japan has decided to accept 30 Burmese refugees languishing in refugee camps along the Thai-Burma border. The decision makes Japan the first Asian country to accept Burmese refugees.

The Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso during a cabinet meeting on Thursday agreed to accept 30 Burmese refugees to Japan in the fiscal year 2010.

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Than Shwe also said, ‘Myanmar is mine’, won’t be toppled

Than Shwe also said, ‘Myanmar is mine’, won’t be toppled 

   Mugabe says ‘Zimbabwe is mine’, won’t be toppled 

The Malaysian Insider


HARARE, Dec 20 — President Robert Mugabe declared yesterday that “Zimbabwe is mine,” saying only Zimbabweans can remove him from power and that no African nation is brave enough to wrest it from him.

The ever-defiant Mugabe — in power for nearly three decades — hit back after the top US envoy to Africa called for the “person who has ruined the country” to step down.

“I will never, never sell my country. I will never, never, never surrender,” Mugabe told members of his ZANU-PF party. “Zimbabwe is mine, I am a Zimbabwean, Zimbabwe for Zimbabweans. Zimbabwe never for the British. Britain for the British.”

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Than Shwe is also saying that UN, ASEAN, China and India lacks courage to oust him

Than Shwe is also saying that UN, ASEAN,

China and India lacks courage to oust him

Mugabe says Africa lacks courage to oust him, 

By MacDonald Dzirutwe by THE RTAR ONLINE


HARARE (Reuters) – Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has said African nations lack the courage to use military force to oust his government, the state-run Herald newspaper reported on Friday.

The comment, made during a high-level meeting of Mugabe’s ZANU-PF party on Thursday, came amid growing international pressure on the Zimbabwean leader, whose critics say his policies have wrecked the economy.

Botswana’s foreign minister and Kenya’s prime minister are among those in Africa who have called for an end to his 28-year rule.

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe watches a video presentation during the summit of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) in Johannesburg in this August 17, 2008 file photo. (REUTERS/Mike Hutchings)

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Divorces in ‘Bolehwood’ or Malaysia

   Divorces in ‘Bolehwood’ 


KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 20 — Actress Nora Danish got married 2½ years ago, and is now eight months’ pregnant. That did not stop her husband from divorcing her in August — amid whispers that his heart had gone astray.

Welcome to the world of Malaysian celebrities.

Although not quite Hollywood or Bollywood in stature, couples seem to be as prone to marital strife and divorce in what could perhaps be called Bolehwood.

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Don’t link Islam to terror

Don’t link Islam to terror, Islamic chief urges


GENEVA (Reuters) – The world’s top diplomat for Islam called on Friday for an end to what he termed efforts to equate the religion with terrorism and said the ‘demonisation’ of Muslims around the world must be fought. 


Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) Secretary-General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu of Turkey attends the closing session of the two-day OIC summit in Dakar, March 14, 2008, file photo. (REUTERS/Finbarr O’Reilly)

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