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                Tidak pernah ber'dating', Raja Permaisuri Agong kenang cinta 'padang polo'            
                                                                        Shafizan Johari, Astro Awani |                                                 Julai 31, 2019 07:09 MYT                                   
                                    
               
            
            
                                                                                                                                                                                Al-Sultan Abdullah berkenan memimpin tangan Tunku Hajah Azizah untuk berangkat keluar dari Balairung Seri, Istana Negara selepas istiadat pertabalan baginda, 30 Julai, 2019. --fotoBERNAMA
                           
                                                                                        "CINTA di padang polo!"

Itu titah Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda Raja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Hajah Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah Almarhum Sultan Iskandar mengenang permulaan jalinan percintaan baginda bersama Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah Ibni Almarhun Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al Musta'in Billah Shah.

Titah baginda, disebabkan ayahanda baginda terlalu tegas, baginda tidak pernah keluar berjanji temu dengan Tuanku Agong.

"Saya jumpa Tuanku (Agong) umur 12 tahun, Tuanku berumur 13 tahun dan kita dapat berjumpa kerana Johor dan Pahang selalu berlawan polo," titah baginda dalam satu wawancara bersama kumpulan wartawan tempatan baru-baru ini.

Wawancara itu dimuat naik menerusi laman YouTube Utusan Online.

Tunku Azizah ialah puteri kepada Almarhum Sultan Iskandar Sultan Ismail, iaitu Yang di-Pertuan Agong kelapan. Almarhum merupakan Sultan Johor ke-24 sebelum mangkat pada Januari 2010.                                                

Tuanku Agong ialah anakanda Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Al-Mustain Billah, iaitu Yang di-Pertuan Agong ketujuh. Almarhum merupakan Sultan Pahang dari 1974 sehingga Januari 2019. Baginda mangkat pada 22 Mei 2019.

BACA: #AgongKita: 'So sweet' YDP Agong, Permaisuri saling berpegangan tangan

Tunku Azizah bertitah, disebabkan kekangan teknologi, baginda berdua hanya berutus surat untuk saling berhubung dan menariknya, surat-surat berkenaan masih disimpan.

"Masa tu Tuanku berangkat belajar ke England, telefon mahal masa itu. Tuanku akan menelefon sekali sebulan, tetapi antara tempoh itu tulis surat lah."





Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah juga bertitah bahawa Tuanku Agong merupakan seorang yang pemalu.

"Tuanku (Agong) masa saya berkenalan pandai menulis surat tetapi apabila berjumpa senyap.

"Jadi apabila jumpa di padang polo, tengok-tengok sahajalah."

Titah baginda, baginda dan Tuanku Agong adalah sahabat baik yang boleh berbincang mengenai apa-apa juga perkara.

Ditanya apakah gelaran panggilan yang sering digunakan oleh pasangan diraja berkenaan, titah Raja Permaisuri Agong, "Saya panggil (Tuanku Agong) 'Alam'. Nama timangan Tuanku ialah 'Alam'.

"Itu sebab saya namakan (putera saya) (Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia) Tengku Hassanal Ibrahim Alam Shah sempena nama ayahandanya."

Titah Raja Permaisuri Agong, baginda berdua selesa menggunakan nama timangan kerana sudah berkenalan sejak kecil lagi.

"Tuanku Agong panggil saya Ji."

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Post time 1-8-2019 04:01 PM | Show all posts
Edited by kokonut at 1-8-2019 04:04 PM

A UK YouTuber is selling a life-like doll version of newborn son priced from RM1,400



The Jace baby replica seen in a YouTube video posted on The Ingham Family channel on July 19. The Ingham Family/YouTube


UK-based YouTube content creators Chris and Sarah Ingham are selling a realistic-looking doll version of their newborn son Jace, with a price tag starting from 279 (RM1,400). In a video posted on July 19. Sarah explained that the doll is modelled after Jace when he was just two weeks old. Customers who purchase the doll will receive a mock birth certificate with a photo of real baby Jace.

According to a description
posted on the doll maker site Mary Shortle, the doll was hand-painted by an artist and only 250 pieces were made for purchase. New owners of the doll will also get the chance to meet the Ingham Family in a specially-organised tea party event for baby Jace at a later date.


"We'll have a party. We'll get some food in and all of us will be there. You get to meet the real Jace and have a good time," Sarah said in the YouTube video.

In an interview with BuzzFeed News
, the Ingham family patriarch Chris felt the doll was a great idea for fans who have been supporting the family on YouTube. He explained that the baby Jace doll is specially made to represent his son and not just a mere replica.




"Baby reborn dolls bring so much joy and happiness to so many children and people alike throughout the world, our children included. So why not bring something positive to our own followers like that?"

Some users on YouTube however, criticised the family's decision to sell the Jace doll. One user described the act as "unbelievably weird and irresponsible" while a few mentioned that it was "creepy".

Chris responded to the backlash saying there is too much focus on mean comments.

"Unfortunately we live in a world where people thrive on negativity so tend to only focus on that. Completely disregard all the positivity and overwhelming support in favour of the gossip and 'drama' side of life instead. Which is very sad."

The Ingham Family channel on YouTube has over 1.2 million subscribers with content focusing on the family's every day life. Chris and Sarah has three other daughters; 13-year-old Isabelle, nine-year-old Esme and seven-year-old Isla. Baby Jace was born in March this year.


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Edited by kokonut at 2-8-2019 04:02 PM

Pemilik lori rayu orang ramai pulangkan susu yang diambil
Sebahagian tin susu yang dikatakan diambil oleh orang ramai selepas lori treler terbalik di Simpang Tiga Beris Kubur Besar, Bachok, Kelantan semalam.


BACHOK - Pemilik lori yang terbalik di Simpang Tiga Beris Kubor Besar, di sini semalam meminta orang ramai yang mengambil susu dari kenderaan berat itu memulangkannya kembali bagi mengelakkannya menanggung kerugian besar.


Azizan Zainuddin, 57, berkata, lori yang dipandu anaknya, Mohd Baihaki, 25,  itu membawa 24 palet susu milik sebuah syarikat.
Menurutnya, mereka hanya mengambil upah menghantar bekalan susu tin itu dari Klang, Selangor ke sebuah gudang di Pengkalan Chepa.
"Saya merayu agar sesiapa yang mengambilnya memulangkan kembali kerana susu itu tidak halal diminum kerana bukan milik kita.

"Setakat ini saya hanya menerima semula dua palet. Satu palet mengandungi 50 kotak susu. Satu kotak ada 48 tin susu, bayangkan berapa banyak kerugian terpaksa ditanggung untuk mengantikan kehilangannya," katanya ketika dihubungi di sini hari ini.

Azizan berkata, pihaknya akan meminta pihak masjid mukim Wakaf Zin membuat pengumuman mengenainya waktu solat Jumaat hari ini dan orang ramai yang terambil boleh meletakkan barangan itu di masjid berkenaan sekiranya malu untuk berurusan secara terus.

"Orang ramai yang mahu pulangkan susu juga boleh menghubungi saya di talian 014-8498669 dan saya amat menghargai keikhlasan orang ramai," katanya.
Kejadian pada pukul 4 petang semalam itu tular di laman sosial apabila orang ramai tanpa segan silu mengambil susu dari lori berkenaan.
Kes kemalangan itu turut dilaporkan kepada pihak polis pada hari kejadian.

Azizan berkata, anaknya yang cedera di bahagian dahi sempat melihat muatan susu yang dibawa tidak bertaburan sebelum dihantar ke hospital untuk mendapatkan rawatan lanjut.

Namun tidak lama selepas itu, gambar-gambar orang ramai mengambil susu tersebar di laman sosial.
Ketua Polis Daerah Bachok, Deputi Superintendan Nik Aminuddin Raja Abdullah ketika dihubungi mengesahkan kejadian itu.

Beliau turut meminta orang ramai yang terambil susu berkenaan memulangkan kembali kepada pemilik lori berkenaan untuk dikembalikan kepada gedung yang menempahnya. - K! ONLINE


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                Akta Tembakau kawal rokok eletronik, vape, shisha            
                                                                        Abd Razak Mohd Ali, Astro Awani |                                                 Julai 28, 2019 18:20 MYT                                   
                                    
               
            
            
                                                                                                                                                                                Dr Dzulkelfy bercakap kepada pemberita selepas merasmikan majlis Konvensyen COMBI sempena Hari Denggi ASEAN dan Anugerah IPT Bebas Denggi peringkat kebangsaan di Seri Iskandar hari ini.

                           
                                                                                        SERI ISKANDAR: Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) akan memperkenalkan undang-undang baharu mengenai penggunaan rokok elektronik, vape dan shisha bagi menangani segala permasalahan yang timbul, seperti penularannya di kalangan pelajar sekolah.

Undang-undang itu yang dinamakan Akta Tembakau kini dalam penelitian penasihat undang-undang Kementerian Kesihatan sebelum diserahkan kepada Pejabat Peguam Negara untuk tindakan selanjutnya.

Menteri Kesihatan, Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad berkata, kementerian prihatin mengenai kebimbangan masyarakat, khususnya ibu bapa mengenai penularan penggunaan rokok elektronik di kalangan pelajar sekolah.

Sebenarnya kita sedang merangka dan bakal kita bentangkan dalam waktu terdekat apa yang kita istilahkan sebagai Akta Tembakau, yang akan dapat mengambil dan menggarap keseluruhan permasalahan itu, yang sekarang, hari ini, ia (undang-undang) agak terhad.

Kita nak buat suatu (undang-undang) yang bersifat menyeluruh. Akta Tembakau namanya, yang pada saat ini dalam pemerhatian Penasihat Undang-Undang KKM, dan bakal kita bentangkan dan majukan kepada Pejabat Peguam Negara dalam waktu yang terdekat, katanya.                                                



Beliau ditemui selepas merasmikan konvensyen Communication For Behavioral Impact (COMBI) sempena Hari Denggi ASEAN dan Anugerah Institusi Pengajian Tinggi (IPT) Bebas Denggi peringkat kebangsaan di sini hari ini.

Sebelum ini, Naib Pengerusi Kanan, Yayasan Pencegahan Jenayah Malaysia (MCPF), Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye mencadangkan suatu rang undang-undang (RUU) baharu berkaitan kawalan pengunaan rokok elektronik atau vape dan shisha dapat dibentang di parlimen secepat mungkin bagi menangani masalah itu.


Katanya, ia juga harus mengambil kira bahan-bahan yang mempunyai pengaruh yang sama termasuk ghost smoke atau pelbagai jenis peralatan atau gula-gula yang mungkin bakal diperkenalkan oleh mereka yang tidak bertanggungjawab.

Dalam hubungan itu, Dzulkefly berkata, Kementerian Kesihatan telah pun membuat ujian terhadap sampel 'ghost smoke' yang diambil dan dijangka mengumumkan hasilnya minggu hadapan.
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A whopper of a tale but a true one!









KOTA KINABALU: A huge fish was found floating in the Tun Fuad Stephens lake in Bukit Padang near here, causing excitement among anglers and members of the general public.

The 108kg fish measuring about 2.4m in length was identified as Arapaima, a kind of Amazon fish, and was discovered by morning joggers at about 6.30am Monday (Aug 5).


A photo of the fish that was widely circulated on social media had people questioning whether the protected lake was now open for fishing.
Mayor Datuk Nordin Siman said the park is still under City Hall management and no one is allowed to fish at the lake there.


The fish was already dead when joggers noticed it, and we sent people to check, he said.

Nordin added that officials from the Fisheries Department and a University Malaysia Sabah (UMS) research team will attempt to find out the cause of death.
For now, they believe it may be due to old age.

Asked how a fish from a species that originates from the Amazon ended up in the lake, Nordin said a fish breeder might have put it there years ago as the person could no longer take care of it.



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What is an autoimmune disease?
An autoimmune disease is a condition in which your immune system mistakenly attacks your body.

The immune system normally guards against germs like bacteria and viruses. When it senses these foreign invaders, it sends out an army of fighter cells to attack them.

Normally, the immune system can tell the difference between foreign cells and your own cells.

In an autoimmune disease, the immune system mistakes part of your body, like your joints or skin, as foreign. It releases proteins called autoantibodies that attack healthy cells.

Some autoimmune diseases target only one organ. Type 1 diabetes damages the pancreas. Other diseases, like systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), affect the whole body.

Why does the immune system attack the body?
Doctors dont know exactly what causes the immune-system misfire. Yet some people are more likely to get an autoimmune disease than others.

According to a 2014 study, women get autoimmune diseases at a rate of about 2 to 1 compared to men 6.4 percent of women vs. 2.7 percent of men. Often the disease starts during a womans childbearing years (ages 15 to 44).

Some autoimmune diseases are more common in certain ethnic groups. For example, lupus affects more African-American and Hispanic people than Caucasians.

Certain autoimmune diseases, like multiple sclerosis and lupus, run in families. Not every family member will necessarily have the same disease, but they inherit a susceptibility to an autoimmune condition.

Because the incidence of autoimmune diseases is rising, researchers suspect environmental factors like infections and exposure to chemicals or solvents might also be involved.

A Western diet is another suspected risk factor for developing an autoimmune disease. Eating high-fat, high-sugar, and highly processed foods is thought to be linked to inflammation, which might set off an immune response. However, this hasnt been proven.

A 2015 study focused on another theory called the hygiene hypothesis. Because of vaccines and antiseptics, children today arent exposed to as many germs as they were in the past. The lack of exposure could make their immune system prone to overreact to harmless substances.

BOTTOM LINE: Researchers dont know exactly what causes autoimmune diseases. Genetics, diet, infections, and exposure to chemicals might be involved.

14 common autoimmune diseases
There are more than 80 different autoimmune diseases. Here are 14 of the most common ones.

1. Type 1 diabetes
The pancreas produces the hormone insulin, which helps regulate blood sugar levels. In type 1 diabetes mellitus, the immune system attacks and destroys insulin-producing cells in the pancreas.

High blood sugar results can lead to damage in the blood vessels, as well as organs like the heart, kidneys, eyes, and nerves.

2. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
In rheumatoid arthritis (RA), the immune system attacks the joints. This attack causes redness, warmth, soreness, and stiffness in the joints.

Unlike osteoarthritis, which commonly affects people as they get older, RA can start as early as your 30s or sooner.

3. Psoriasis/psoriatic arthritis
Skin cells normally grow and then shed when theyre no longer needed. Psoriasis causes skin cells to multiply too quickly. The extra cells build up and form inflamed red patches, commonly with silver-white scales of plaque on the skin.

Up to 30 percent of people with psoriasis also develop swelling, stiffness, and pain in their joints. This form of the disease is called psoriatic arthritis.

4. Multiple sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis (MS) damages the myelin sheath, the protective coating that surrounds nerve cells, in your central nervous system. Damage to the myelin sheath slows the transmission speed of messages between your brain and spinal cord to and from the rest of your body.

This damage can lead to symptoms like numbness, weakness, balance issues, and trouble walking. The disease comes in several forms that progress at different rates. According to a 2012 studyTrusted Source, about 50 percent of people with MS need help walking within 15 years after the disease starts.

5. Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE)
Although doctors in the 1800s first described lupus as a skin disease because of the rash it commonly produces, the systemic form, which is most the common, actually affects many organs, including the joints, kidneys, brain, and heart.

Joint pain, fatigue, and rashes are among the most common symptoms.

6. Inflammatory bowel disease
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a term used to describe conditions that cause inflammation in the lining of the intestinal wall. Each type of IBD affects a different part of the GI tract.

Crohns disease can inflame any part of the GI tract, from the mouth to the anus.
Ulcerative colitisaffects only the lining of the large intestine (colon) and rectum.
7. Addisons disease
Addisons disease affects the adrenal glands, which produce the hormones cortisol and aldosterone as well as androgen hormones. Having too little of cortisol can affect the way the body uses and stores carbohydrates and sugar (glucose). Deficiency of aldosterone will lead to sodium loss and excess potassium in the bloodstream.

Symptoms include weakness, fatigue, weight loss, and low blood sugar.

8. Graves disease
Graves disease attacks the thyroid gland in the neck, causing it to produce too much of its hormones. Thyroid hormones control the bodys energy usage, known as metabolism.

Having too much of these hormones revs up your bodys activities, causing symptoms like nervousness, a fast heartbeat, heat intolerance, and weight loss.

One potential symptom of this disease is bulging eyes, called exophthalmos. It can occur as a part of what is called Graves ophthalmopathy, which occurs in around 30 percent of those who have Graves disease, according to a 1993 studyTrusted Source.

9. Sjögrens syndrome
This condition attacks the glands that provide lubrication to the eyes and mouth. The hallmark symptoms of Sjögrens syndrome are dry eyes and dry mouth, but it may also affect the joints or skin.

10. Hashimotos thyroiditis
In Hashimotos thyroiditis, thyroid hormone production slows to a deficiency. Symptoms include weight gain, sensitivity to cold, fatigue, hair loss, and swelling of the thyroid (goiter).

11. Myasthenia gravis
Myasthenia gravis affects nerve impulses that help the brain control the muscles. When the communication from nerves to muscles is impaired, signals cant direct the muscles to contract.

The most common symptom is muscle weakness that gets worse with activity and improves with rest. Often muscles that control eye movements, eyelid opening, swallowing, and facial movements are involved.

12. Autoimmune vasculitis
Autoimmune vasculitis happens when the immune system attacks blood vessels. The inflammation that results narrows the arteries and veins, allowing less blood to flow through them.

13. Pernicious anemia
This condition causes deficiency of a protein, made by stomach lining cells, known as intrinsic factor that is needed in order for the small intestine to absorb vitamin B-12 from food. Without enough of this vitamin, one will develop an anemia, and the bodys ability for proper DNA synthesis will be altered.

Pernicious anemia is more common in older adults. According to a 2012 study, it affects 0.1 percent of people in general, but nearly 2 percent of people over age 60.

14. Celiac disease
People with celiac disease cant eat foods containing gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, and other grain products. When gluten is in the small intestine, the immune system attacks this part of the gastrointestinal tract and causes inflammation.

A 2015 studyTrusted Source noted that celiac disease affects about 1 percent of people in the United States. A larger number of people have reported gluten sensitivity, which isnt an autoimmune disease, but can have similar symptoms like diarrhea and abdominal pain.


Autoimmune disease symptoms
The early symptoms of many autoimmune diseases are very similar, such as:

fatigue
achy muscles
swelling and redness
low-grade fever
trouble concentrating
numbness and tingling in the hands and feet
hair loss
skin rashes
Individual diseases can also have their own unique symptoms. For example, type 1 diabetes causes extreme thirst, weight loss, and fatigue. IBD causes belly pain, bloating, and diarrhea.

With autoimmune diseases like psoriasis or RA, symptoms may come and go. A period of symptoms is called a flare-up. A period when the symptoms go away is called remission.

BOTTOM LINE: Symptoms like fatigue, muscle aches, swelling, and redness could be signs of an autoimmune disease. Symptoms might come and go over time.

When to see a doctor
See a doctor if you have symptoms of an autoimmune disease. You might need to visit a specialist, depending on the type of disease you have.

Rheumatologists treat joint diseases, like rheumatoid arthritis as well as other autoimmune diseases like Sjögrens syndrome and SLE.
Gastroenterologists treat diseases of the GI tract, such as celiac and Crohns disease.
Endocrinologists treat conditions of the glands, including Graves disease, Hashimotos thyroiditis, and Addisons disease.
Dermatologists treat skin conditions, such as psoriasis.
Tests that diagnose autoimmune diseases
No single test can diagnose most autoimmune diseases. Your doctor will use a combination of tests and a review of your symptoms and physical examination to diagnose you.

The antinuclear antibody test (ANA) is often one of the first tests that doctors use when symptoms suggest an autoimmune disease. A positive test means you may have one of these diseases, but it wont confirm exactly which one you have or if you have one for sure.

Other tests look for specific autoantibodies produced in certain autoimmune diseases. Your doctor might also do nonspecific tests to check for the inflammation these diseases produce in the body.

BOTTOM LINE: A positive ANA blood test may be indicative of an autoimmune disease. Your doctor can use your symptoms and other tests to confirm the diagnosis.

How are autoimmune diseases treated?
Treatments cant cure autoimmune diseases, but they can control the overactive immune response and bring down inflammation or at least reduce pain and inflammation. Drugs used to treat these conditions include:

nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil) and naproxen (Naprosyn)
immune-suppressing drugs
Treatments are also available to relieve symptoms like pain, swelling, fatigue, and skin rashes.

Eating a well-balanced diet and getting regular exercise may also help you feel better.

BOTTOM LINE: The main treatment for autoimmune diseases is with medications that bring down inflammation and calm the overactive immune response. Treatments can also help relieve symptoms.

The bottom line
More than 80 different autoimmune diseases exist. Often their symptoms overlap, making them hard to diagnose.

Autoimmune diseases are more common in women, and they often run in families.

Blood tests that look for autoantibodies can help doctors diagnose these conditions. Treatments include medications to calm the overactive immune response and bring down inflammation in the body.

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                Lif PPR Kerinchi tidak terhempas, sebaliknya... - JKKP            
                                                                        Fareez Azman, Astro Awani |                                                 Ogos 03, 2019 13:09 MYT                                   
                                    
               
            
            
                                                                                                                                                                                Ketua Pengarah Jabatan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerja (JKKP) Ir Omar Mat Piah menjelaskan pihaknya bagaimanapun masih menyiasat punca sebenar kejadian yang akan diselesaikan dalam masa terdekat. - Foto Astro AWANI/Fareez Azman

                           
                                                                                        KUALA LUMPUR: Siasatan awal insiden lif pangsapuri Projek Perumahan Rakyat (PPR) Kampung Kerinchi, Pantai, di ibu negara yang gagal berfungsi pada Jumaat sehingga menyebabkan beberapa penduduk patah kaki mendapati lif terbabit tidak terhempas.

Sebaliknya, lif berkenaan bergerak lebih dari kelajuan biasa sebelum brek keselamatan berfungsi sehingga menyebabkan impak kepada mangsa di dalamnya.


Ketua Pengarah Jabatan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan Pekerja (JKKP) Ir Omar Mat Piah menjelaskan pihaknya bagaimanapun masih menyiasat punca sebenar kejadian yang akan diselesaikan dalam masa terdekat.                                                



Insiden ini masalah teknikal bukan tali sawat putus dan sebagainya, lif ini turun bukan freefall (jatuh bebas) tetapi ia turun dalam keadaan laju biasa. Lif ini mempunyai banyak alat kawalan jika lif terlalu laju ada kawalan-kawalan akan megurangkan kelajuan.



"Kalau berlaku freefall, ada satu alat keselamatan dikenali sebagai brek keselamatan untuk berhentikan lif tersebut tapi untuk insiden ini tidak sampai keadaan tersebut.

Siasatan kita teruskan sehingga hari ini dan kita akan cuba dapatkan maklumat, contoh di lif ini, dalam control room (bilik kawalan) ada data, kita akan dapatkan data tersebut dianalisa. Lif ini memang diselenggara dimana Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) sudah melantik syarikat kompeten untuk penyelengaraan, katanya ketika ditemui Astro AWANI di sini hari ini. 





Dalam kejadian jam 2.36 petang Jumaat, 6 mangsa patah kaki akibat lif berkenaan dikatakan berhenti secara mengejut dari tingkat 5.



Seramai 9 mangsa dikatakan menaiki lif terbabit ketika kejadian.

 Mangsa yang cedera dihantar ke Pusat Perubatan Universiti Malaya (PPUM) untuk rawatan lanjut.


                                                

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Bahrain familys holiday takes tragic turn after child falls from 9th floor of apartment




JOHOR BARU: A vacation turned into a tragedy for a Bahrain family when their five-year-old son fell to his death at a serviced apartment complex in Iskandar Puteri.

Iskandar Puteri OCPD Asst Comm Dzulkhairi Mukhtar said the victim's body was found lying face down on the third floor at the complexs swimming pool area.

Police received a report about the incident through the MERS 999 emergency number at around 6.05pm on Monday (Aug 5).
Inspection from the police forensic unit found that the victim had died at the scene.





ACP Dzulkhairi said the victim's mother was cooking at the time the victim was playing with his younger brother in the living room. Her husband had gone downstairs to do some shopping.

She suspected something amiss when her children's laughter stopped. After realising only her youngest child was in the living room, she searched for the victim in the bedrooms and toilets.

The mother then noticed a window was slightly open and when she looked down, she saw her sons lifeless body.

The father told the police that the family just arrived at the serviced apartment complex, he said, adding that a security member who witnessed the child falling had reported the incident to the management.

ACP Dzulkhairi said there were no CCTV cameras at the scene and the victim's body has been sent to Sultanah Aminah Hospital for a post-mortem.
He added that police have classified the case as sudden death.



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Sun bear spotted in Jeli villages


Nor Fazlina Abdul Rahim


KOTA BHARU: A sun bear has been spotted roaming the orchards in Kampung Reka and Kampung Timur near Kuala Belah, Jeli since last week.

Kelantan Wildlife and National Parks Department director Ady Ermanty Haniff Mohamed Hanif said the department received information on the matter from the villagers on July 31. He said the villagers were worried for their safety.

Following that, four personnel from Jeli wildlife office went to the location to conduct checks. They also set up a trap using cempedak fruit, he said when contacted.

He added that it was possible that the animal came out of the jungle to find food at the orchards as fruits are now in season.

Jeli office is continuously monitoring the situation, he said.

It was recently reported that Felda Perasu settlers in Gua Musang were facing similar problems when a sun bear was found wandering in their settlement last week.

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Tiada masalah sastera Melayu dirampas agamawan, kata DBP

Nur Hasliza Mohd Salleh         

FMT


PETALING JAYA: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka (DBP) berkata tiada masalah jika produk sastera Melayu dirampas golongan agamawan selagi produk budaya kebangsaan itu tidak menyakiti hati mana-mana pihak.
Seperti cerita Hindustan, walapun bahasa, tempat dan latar belakang filem mereka (ada unsur) Hindu, tapi kita seronok tengok sebab tak menyakitkan hati kita, kata Pengarah DBP Abang Sallehuddin Abang Shokeran ketika ditemubual FMT.

Kenyataan itu dibuat susulan novelis Faizal Musa atau lebih dikenali sebagai Faisal Tehrani mendakwa usaha mengangkat sastera Melayu sebagai sastera kebangsaan gagal apabila budaya kebangsaan dirampas golongan Islamis.
Abang Sallehuddin bagaimanapun berkata, kenyataan Faisal kemungkinan besar hanya merujuk kepada hasil sastera Melayu yang menimbulkan kebencian kepada orang lain.
Katanya, dakwaan Faizal itu sudah menjadi lumrah ke atas karya sastera berteraskan agama Islam seperti hasil penulisan ilmuan terkenal Indonesia, Hamka.
Beliau berkata Hamka atau nama sebenanya Abdul Malik Karim Amrullah menghasilkan banyak karya sastera Indonesia dan tidak menimbulkan kebencian kepada peminat karyanya.
Karya yang ajar akhlak mulia dan jangan rasuah, jangan pilih kasih dan tidak aniaya manusia lain. Nilai-nilai ini kalau ada, semua orang akan suka walaupun terasnya agama.
Sebelum ini, FMT melaporkan Faisal berkata budaya kebangsaan seperti mana diilhamkan pada 1971 kini tidak lagi berada di atas landasan asal.
Beliau merujuk Kongres Kebudayaan Kebangsaan 1971 yang turut disertai seniman P Ramlee, sejarawan Khoo Kay Kim dan wartawan A Samad Ismail.
Katanya, segala yang dibincangkan pada kongres tersebut sama sekali belum tercapai malah jauh tersasar.
Faisal juga dipetik sebagai berkata tempias pengaruh golongan agamawan yang semakin meningkat turut terkena pada identiti budaya dan produk seni Melayu.
Katanya, sastera Islam merupakan genre kecil tetapi mendapat tempat yang sangat signifikan sehingga ia sinonim dengan sastera kebangsaan.
Mengulas lanjut, Abang Sallehuddin mengakui terdapat beberapa judul buku kategori agama yang diterbitkan DBP membuatkan orang ramai berasa muak dan tidak selesa.
Tetapi, masalah itu boleh diatasi dengan membentangkan pengisian karya tersebut dengan sesuatu yang menarik seperti kedamaian, perpaduan dan nilai kemanusiaan yang diterapkan dalam agama tersebut.
Tinjauan FMT mendapati, sehingga Julai, hanya 2 judul sastera Melayu diterbitkan oleh DBP. Manakala judul yang paling banyak diterbitkan daripada kategori agama ialah 18, sejarah (15) dan kesihatan (10).
Bilangan judul paling sedikit pula ialah sastera (2), motivasi (2) dan kejuruteraan (1).
Apabila ditanya sama ada penerbitan DBP kini memfokuskan kepada penerbitan naskah agama, Abang Sallehuddin menafikannya, mengatakan naskah sastera yang diterbitkan DBP sehingga Julai 2019 adalah sebanyak 24 judul.
Bila dikira sekali dengan buku teks dan buku kanak-kanak, katanya.
Beliau menambah, penerbitan judul agama tidak boleh dielakkan kerana mendapat sambutan yang sangat meluas bukan sahaja peminat tempatan malahan juga luar negara.
Memang itu hakikatnya, kami ikut keperluan pasaran.
Sekarang, di mana-mana sahaja, Malaysia ataupun Barat, keperluan buku agama sangat tinggi.

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Two Malaysian women arrested

Tight spot: ICA officers at Woodlands Checkpoint found the man hiding in the car boot.




SINGAPORE: The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) arrested two Malaysians for attempting to illegally smuggle a man out of Singapore.
At around 8.20pm on Monday, ICA officers stopped a departing Malaysian car for checks at Woodlands Checkpoint.


The driver was a 28-year-old Malaysian woman and she was accompanied by a 33-year-old female Malaysian passenger, the authority said.
While conducting checks, a man was found hiding in the car boot. The illegal passenger, a 31-year-old Bangladeshi, did not have any travel documents.

The man and the two women were immediately arrested.
Investigations are ongoing, the ICA said.

Penalties for illegal entry into the country are a jail term of up to six months and at least three strokes of the cane, while penalties for illegal departures are a fine of up to S$1, 000 (RM3, 000), a jail term of up to six months, or both.

Offenders engaging in illegal business of taking prohibited immigrants out of Singapore would face a jail term of between two and five years and at least three strokes of the cane. The vehicles used would also be forfeited. The Straits Times/Asia News Network




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Is there a link between dark chocolate and depression?

Published: Tuesday 6 August 2019 Written by: Tim Newman

A survey-based study looking at chocolate consumption and depression finds that people who eat dark chocolate are less likely to report depressive symptoms. What do these findings mean, and can we trust them?
Over the years, chocolate has been the focus of a great deal of research.

Thanks to its flavor and texture, chocolate is a popular food. As a result, a large number of people tend to read and share any studies that investigate its potential health benefits.

Overall, its high sugar and fat content make chocolate a snack for people to enjoy in moderation, but consumers and experts are keen to find hidden depths to this silky wonder.

The most recent addition to chocolate's body of research comes from University College London (UCL) in the United Kingdom. The UCL team worked in conjunction with scientists from the University of Calgary and Alberta Health Services Canada.

The title of the UCL press release is, "People who eat dark chocolate less likely to be depressed," which is a bold header, indeed.

Before we continue, it is worth explaining that, as far as we can tell, this study did not receive funding from any chocolate manufacturers. The scientists published their results in the journal Depression & Anxiety.

Why study chocolate and depression?

Globally, depression is a sizable issue. Currently, talking therapies and medication are the most common treatments. As the authors explain, talking therapies are often oversubscribed, so doctors prescribe most people antidepressants.

However, these medications do not work for everyone. Also, according to the authors of the current study, about half of the people who receive a prescription for these drugs stop taking them within 6 weeks of beginning treatment.

Finding lifestyle interventions that can improve depressive symptoms is a priority. Physical activity appears to benefit some people with depression, but it does not help everyone, and not everyone is physically able to exercise.

Over the years, other scientists have also turned to dietary interventions to reduce depressive symptoms, with some success. Along these lines, the authors of the latest study explain that "[o]ne commonly consumed foodstuff postulated to have mood\enhancing properties is chocolate."

However, over the years, there have only been a few studies looking at whether chocolate truly can elevate mood in a clinically relevant way, and these experiments have produced mixed results.

A more thorough approach

According to the authors, earlier studies did not account for a wide enough range of variables, and none looked at how the type of chocolate might influence the findings.

So, in their new study, the scientists controlled for a large number of potentially confounding variables, including weight, height, marital status, education, ethnicity, income, levels of education, smoking, and other health conditions.

They also analyzed dark chocolate and nondark chocolate separately.

The scientists took data from the United States National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. After excluding individuals who were underweight or had diabetes, they had 13,626 participants aged 20 years or older.

They assessed depressive symptoms using the Patient Health Questionnaire, which is a standard diagnostic tool for mental health disorders.

Information regarding chocolate consumption came from two 24-hour dietary recalls. The team took the first one in a face-to-face interview and the second via a telephone interview 3C10 days later.

The important question

Overall, 1,332 (11.1%) participants reported eating chocolate and, of these, 148 reported eating dark chocolate.

Individuals who ate chocolate were more likely to be non-Hispanic white and have a higher household income. They were also less likely to smoke or have obesity.

After taking into account the relevant variables, the researchers concluded that, overall, there was no association between chocolate consumption and a reduction in depressive symptoms. However, the story changed when they looked specifically at dark chocolate. The authors report:

"[I]ndividuals who reported any dark chocolate consumption had 70% lower odds of reporting clinically relevant depressive symptoms than those who did not report any chocolate consumption."
They also found that individuals who ate the most chocolate, regardless of its type, were less likely to report clinically relevant depressive symptoms than those who consumed no chocolate.

Is this good news?

The media might herald these findings as excellent news for chocolate lovers, but the authors call for caution. The study is observational, so the team cannot conclude that chocolate relieves depression. As lead author Dr. Sarah Jackson from UCL outlines:

"Further research is required to clarify the direction of causation it could be the case that depression causes people to lose their interest in eating chocolate, or there could be other factors that make people both less likely to eat dark chocolate and to be depressed."

Also, Dr. Jackson explains that even if future research does establish a causal relationship, scientists will need to carry out more work to understand the biological mechanism and determine the "type and amount of chocolate consumption for optimal depression prevention and management."

Aside from the thorny issue of causation, it is worth remembering that although the study involved more than 13,000 people, only 148 a relatively small pool of people consumed dark chocolate.

Also, the researchers only recorded food intake for two 24-hour periods. It is easy to argue that this might not reflect someone's standard food intake over a week, let alone across months or years.

In total, the findings add another layer to a relatively muddled collection of findings. Eating dark chocolate may or may not relieve depressive symptoms. While we await further research, moderation is probably the wisest path to tread.
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Amirul was a cheerful person, he could not have committed suicide, says friend


Luqman Arif Abdul Karim



KUALA LUMPUR: Amirul Ashraff Md Azhar, the Malaysian student who passed away in Sydney, Australia had always laughed when faced with life's pressure.
His friend, Abdul Muhaimin Abdul Rao said this in dismissing claims that Amirul Ashraff or "Sanen" as he was more commonly known as amongst friends, had committed suicide.

"We are angry with those who are saying that he died because he committed suicide, in fact Sanen usually laughed when he faced any pressure," Abdul Muhaimin said.
Amirul Ashraff, a final year Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA) student of Mechatronic Engineering at the University of Technology Sydney died after falling off an apartment building yesterday.
He was previously a student of the Langkawi Mara Junior Science College (MRSM).
Recalling his friendship with Amirul Ashraff over the past six years, Abdul Muhaimin described the former as an entertainer and had always excelled in his studies.
He was always ready to help his friends and share knowledge.
During a phone conversation they had in early July, Abdul Muhaimin said Amirul Ashraff had talked about failing several subjects but did not display any indication of being depressed.
"He said he did not make it through his exams, but he joked about it. I told him that failing (subjects) was normal, he can always repeat and he agreed with what I said.
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"There was no indication of pressure in the tone of his voice throughout our phone conversation, in fact we were just laughing. That was the kind of person he was... a cheerful individual who enjoyed making others laugh," he said when contacted today.
MARA in a statement yesterday said Amirul Ashraff, 22, died after slipping and falling from his apartment unit.
The information, said MARA, was gleaned from the authorities in Sydney.
His death however sparked negative speculation by certain quarters who gave the impression that Amirul Ashraff commited suicide after having failed five subjects.
Angry with the speculation, Abdul Muhaimin who is a final year MARA student at the University of Auckland in New Zealand said Amirul Ashraff spent a lot of time playing online games to overcome the pressures of studying.
"The night before the incident, a close friend of ours, Azamuddin, who is now studying at the Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysia France Institute (UniKL MFI) played Dota (online game) with him (Amirul Ashraff)," Abdul Muhaimin said.
He added that Azamuddin said Amirul Ashraff had appeared cheerful and won three times in the game.
"How is it possible that things happened the way it did the very next day?" Abdul Muhaimin remarked, rejecting the possibility that his friend had succumbed to the pressures of life and resorted to taking his own life.
© New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd

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Cukai minuman bergula wajar demi kesihatan
Bernama | Diterbitkan pada Ogos 06, 2019 12:45 MYT

Di bawah Belanjawan 2019, kadar cukai 40 sen seliter dicadang dikenakan terhadap minuman bergula yang dikilangkan dalam bentuk pembungkusan sedia diminum, tetapi ia tidak melibatkan minuman dibancuh yang dihidangkan di premis makanan. - Gambar hiasan
KUALA LUMPUR: Tak boleh buat berita kalau tak minum air berkarbonat? soal saya beberapa kali selepas mendengar cerita seorang rakan wartawan, Noraina Hashim, 28, ketika bertemu di sebuah kafe di Ampang baru-baru ini.

Agak pelik sebenarnya kerana hampir 10 tahun dalam industri media, saya belum pernah mendengar mana-mana wartawan sama ada dikenali mahupun sebaliknya, yang ketagihan minuman berkarbonat sehingga sedemikian rupa.

Biasanya, kebanyakan kami cenderung untuk mengunyah kerepek, asam, gula-gula getah atau minum kopi bagi mendapatkan ilham untuk menyiapkan tugasan.

Namun begitu, kisah yang diberitahu Noraina mengenai tabiat rakan sepejabatnya itu membuatkan saya betul-betul terkejut sehingga tergamam seketika.

Menurut beliau, rakannya yang dikenali sebagai Hadi selalunya akan jadi tidak tentu arah sehinggakan tidak boleh berfikir untuk menyiapkan sesuatu berita sekiranya air bergas tidak ada di atas mejanya.  

"Memang sudah jadi tabiat Hadi sejak bekerja sebagai wartawan. Sambil minum, bila dia menghadap komputer. Biasanya ada bertin-tin air berkarbonat di atas mejanya, tidak kisahlah apa perisa pun.

"Kadang-kadang sampai tiga hingga empat tin untuk siapkan satu story. Bayangkan, kalau perlu siapkan dua atau tiga story, agak-agaknya berapa banyak dia perlukan minuman yang kaya kandungan gula itu dalam sehari, katanya.

Bagaimanapun, sesuatu yang manis tidak akan jadi nikmat selama-selamanya dan itulah yang berlaku kepada Hadi apabila selera negatifnya itu akhirnya membawa padah setelah disahkan menghidap penyakit diabetes.

Dia masih muda, kalau tak silap dalam usia 30-an tapi dah kena penyakit kencing manis. Berbulan-bulan dia tidak datang ke pejabat akibat komplikasi penyakitnya itu.

Sekembalinya ke pejabat, aku tengok dia jauh berbeza. Dulu berisi sekarang dah kurus, mungkin dia jaga pemakanan selepas terkena penyakit itu, katanya.  
Menghidap penyakit diabetes ketika usia masih muda bermakna penghidap boleh dikatakan terpaksa menanggung penyakit itu sehingga ke akhir hayat, kerana diabetes sukar disembuhkan.

Bayangkan, dalam usia masih muda sudah terpaksa mengambil ubat diabetes untuk seumur hidup, pada masa sama perlu mengawal pemakanan bagi mengelak berlakunya komplikasi penyakit tersebut seperti kegagalan buah pinggang, buta, penyakit jantung dan sebagainya.

Pastinya, keadaan sebegitu sedikit sebanyak akan menyukarkan selain menjejaskan produktiviti pekerjaan si penghidap.

Bagi Noraina amat wajar kerajaan melaksanakan cukai ke atas minuman bergula, mulai 1 Julai lepas bagi mengalakkan rakyat mengurangkan pengambilan air manis dan mengamalkan gaya hidup lebih sihat.

Pada 2 Nov 2018, Menteri Kewangan Lim Guan Eng semasa membentangkan Belanjawan 2019 dipetik berkata kadar cukai 40 sen seliter akan dikenakan terhadap minuman bergula dikilangkan dalam bentuk pembungkusan yang sedia diminum.

Ia melibatkan minuman mengandungi gula tambahan atau bahan pemanis lain melebihi 5 gram per 100 milimeter serta jus buah-buahan dan sayur-sayuran yang mengandungi gula melebihi 12 gram per 100 milimeter.

Bagaimanapun, pelaksanaan itu yang mendapat sokongan padu beberapa pertubuhan bukan kerajaan (NGO) berkaitan kesejahteraan kesihatan rakyat itu, tidak terkecuali daripada mendapat tentangan segelintir pihak.

Mempersoalkan kewajaran pelaksanaannya dapat menangani masalah diabetes dalam kalangan masyarakat, ada golongan tertentu mempertikaikan bahawa cukai berkenaan tidak akan berjaya mencapai matlamatnya.

Ini memandangkan orang ramai akan beralih kepada minuman manis yang dibancuh seperti teh tarik dan sebagainya. Cukai itu tidak melibatkan minuman yang dibancuh yang dihidangkan di premis makanan seperti kedai mamak, warung mahupun restoran.

Sejak kes Hadi dan ayah aku pula baru sembuh daripada strok akibat kencing manis, memang aku takut sangat nak minum air manis. Ayah aku penggemar tegar minuman tiga dalam satu tetapi sekarang dah berhenti sejak kena penyakit itu.

Aku minum juga air tiga dalam satu tapi tidak selalulah. Tipulah kalau kata tak minum langsung, kata Noraina.

Saya tidak menafikan bahawa pelaksanaan cukai itu bukanlah satu-satunya solusi untuk mengurangkan jumlah pesakit diabetes negara kerana permasalahan itu memerlukan usaha penyelesaian secara holistik, namun sekurang-kurangnya kerajaan mengambil langkah positif.

Kerajaan begitu fokus mahu memerangi diabetes iaitu antara salah satu Penyakit Tidak Berjangkit (NCD), memandangkan jumlah penghidapnya semakin meningkat saban tahun.

Menteri Kesihatan Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad dipetik berkata pada Mac lalu bahawa kira-kira 3.6 juta rakyat Malaysia menghidap diabetes, yang merupakan kadar tertinggi di Asia dan antara yang tertinggi di dunia.

Malah, sejumlah tujuh juta orang dewasa, sama ada didiagnosis atau tidak, dianggarkan akan terjejas akibat diabetes di Malaysia menjelang 2025, suatu trend membimbangkan yang akan menyaksikan kelaziman diabetes iaitu 31.3 peratus dalam kalangan orang dewasa berumur 18 tahun dan ke atas.

Dengan jumlah sedemikian rupa, pastinya wajar bagi kerajaan mengambil langkah serius memerangi penyakit itu, berikutan impak diabetes terhadap negara, masyarakat, keluarga serta individu sangat besar dan membebankan.

Malah, kalau kita lihat situasi hospital kerajaan pun sudah semakin ketara kesesakannya berikutan orang ramai memilih untuk mendapatkan rawatan di sana berbanding pusat perubatan swasta yang tinggi kos perubatannya.  

Statistik klinik kesihatan kerajaan sekitar Kuala Lumpur dan Putrajaya sahaja menunjukkan terdapatnya 33,000 pesakit diabetes di kawasan berkenaan.

Semestinya, itu akan meningkatkan pembelanjaan kerajaan. Walaupun Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) menerima peruntukan RM29 bilion dalam Belanjawan 2019 - yang tertinggi diterima sepanjang sejarah belanjawan negara - namun jumlah itu belum dapat menampung keperluan pesakit sekiranya masih ramai tidak ambil peduli aspek kesihatan.

Disebabkan itulah, KKM sangat memberi perhatian kepada pendekatan bersifatkan pencegahan berbanding penyembuhan dan cukai minuman bergula itu dilihat antara satu strategi selain inisiatif lain yang diperkenalkan sebelum itu.

Lagipun, cukai itu tidak hanya dilaksanakan di Malaysia tetapi beberapa negara lain juga melaksanakannya dan rekod mendapati langkah itu berjaya mengurangkan pengambilan gula dalam kalangan masyarakat.

Mexico adalah antara negara pertama di dunia memperkenalkan cukai minuman bergula pada 2014 dan kajian mendapati kenaikan 10 hingga 12 peratus harga menyebabkan pengambilannya berkurangan lebih tinggi berbanding cukai tembakau.

Justeru, sekiranya langkah itu untuk kebaikan masa depan bersama, mengapa masih ada yang sukar menyahutnya?

(Artikel ini adalah pandangan peribadi penulis).

-- BERNAMA

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Stunning sunset at journeys end


^ Council workers cycling through padi fields near Kampung Jalan Baru and Kampung Sungai Burung. Photos: ZAINUDIN AHAD/The Star and the Penang Island City Council.


THE Pantai Malindo - Sunset Boulevard Ride Series 3 in Penang offered the reward of beautiful dusk scenery at the end of the event.

Over 20 Penang Island City Council workers enjoyed a rejuvenating 20km ride that started from the Balik Pulau Sports Complex and ended at Pantai Malindo.

Mohd Farizs Osman, 29, who led his colleagues on the trail, said it was always fun to ride with a crowd.

I have been riding different trails around Balik Pulau for about 10 times now and this place is really a hidden gem.



The group posing at Pantai Malindo in Balik Pulau at the end of the ride.




The trail today takes us through very scenic spots surrounded by nature and we get to end the ride by watching the sunset, he said.

The recent event saw the MBPP workers passing through Kampung Titi Teras, Kampung Sungai Pinang and Taman Paya Bakau.
Council management services director Mohamed Akbar Mustapha said the event was part of the councils programme under its recreation club.

This is our third cycling event in Balik Pulau. Our events are also open to the public. They just need to bring their own bicycles.
We will take them on a trail showcasing the beautiful scenery of Balik Pulau.

We chose to hold this event in the evening so we could enjoy a beautiful sunset at Pantai Malindo at the end.
He said the event is held every last Saturday of the month at 4.50pm.

We usually end at about 7pm and no fees are charged for the public, he added.




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Bayi pengarah filem terselamat


Muhaamad Hafis Nawawi



BAYI lelaki berusia dua minggu yang juga anak kepada pengarah filem terselamat dan menerima rawatan di Unit Penjagaan Rapi Neonatal (NICU) sebuah hospital swasta di Damansara, Petaling Jaya, dipercayai akibat tersedak susu Isnin lalu.
Pengarah filem terbabit berusia 33 tahun itu bersama isterinya pada mulanya menghantar anak mereka di pusat jagaan ibu dan anak di Taman Tun Dr Ismail, jam 10 malam Ahad lalu.

Menurut sumber, bagaimanapun pada jam 1.30 pagi, lelaki terbabit yang sedang tidur di bilik penginapan di pusat itu bersama isterinya, dikejutkan jururawat yang meminta dia ke bilik kecemasan.
Dia kemudian melihat wajah anaknya kebiruan dan terus membawa mangsa ke sebuah hospital swasta.
Mujur pihak hospital berjaya mengeluarkan susu yang berada di dalam paru-paru anaknya sebelum dia ditempatkan di NICU untuk rawatan lanjut, katanya.
Sumber berkata, lelaki terbabit yang tidak berpuas hati kemudian tampil membuat laporan di Balai Polis Taman Tun Dr Ismail kelmarin untuk tindakan selanjutnya.
Sementara itu, Ketua Penolong Pengarah Bahagian Siasatan Seksual, Wanita dan Kanak-Kanak (D11), Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah (JSJ), Bukit Aman , Asisten Komisioner Choo Lily mengesahkan menerima laporan berhubung kejadian dan siasatan lanjut sedang dijalankan mengikut Seksyen 31(1)(a) Akta Kanak-Kanak 2001.
Menurutnya, pihaknya akan memanggil pemilik dan pekerja pusat terbabit untuk diambil keterangan bagi membantu siasatan kerana cuai.

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            Apple reveals special new iPhones for security researchers
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Apple is planning to supply special iPhones to security researchers next year to help them find security flaws in iOS. The devices will be made available to researchers that report bugs through the companys invitation-only bug bounty program for iOS. Apple first launched this bug bounty program three years ago at the Black Hat conference, and its now extending its use at the same conference today to cover macOS, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and more.
Apples iOS Security Research Device program will be available to researchers with a track record of high-quality security research on any platform, so not every regular developer will be able to access these devices. The handsets will come with ssh, a root shell, and advanced debug capabilities, all designed to make it easier for security researchers to spot bugs.

While these special iPhone dev devices will be more open to security researches, they wont have the deep level of access that internal Apple developers and the companys security team have.




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Mahathir drives Jokowi to lunch in a Proton









PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad drove visiting Indonesian President Joko Widodo in a Proton Persona to a luncheon he hosted at Seri Perdana, the prime ministers official residence on Friday (Aug 8).

The two leaders left in the car from the Perdana Putra Building where they had had a four-eyed meeting.


Joko, popularly known as Jokowi, arrived Thursday (Aug 8) for a two-day visit to Malaysia. He was accompanied by his wife, Iriana Joko Widodo, and an entourage.

Dr Mahathir drove the red Proton Persona bearing registration number B 2367 A, which was followed by the other vehicles carrying members of the Indonesian entourage.




This is the second time that Jokowi had been in a Proton car driven by Dr Mahathir.

In February 2015, Dr Mahathir had taken Jokowi on a test drive in a Proton car at the Sepang race circuit. He was the chairman of Proton then. - Bernama



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