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Friday, December 15, 2017

Jailani: Internet addiction has reached alarming rate

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HULU TERENGGANU: Addiction to the internet among Malaysians has reached an alarming rate, says Deputy Communications and Multimedia Minister Jailani Johari.
Jailani, who is also Hulu Terengganu MP, said this was based on findings of a three-phase study conducted by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) from 2010 until Friday (Dec 15).
He said in the first phase of the study carried out on 725 respondents, 89% were found to be addicted to the internet.
In addition, 60% of respondents showed elevated levels of anxiety and 32% had major depression.
“The MCMC study is conducted in collaboration with academicians from local private universities namely International Medical University and Heriot-Watt University Malaysia.
“We are now moving onto the second phase with the development of intervention modules and programmes to address problems of anxiety and depression among internet users,” he told a press conference after officiating a Hulu Terengganu parliamentary constituency circumcision ceremony.
According to Jailani, the government began working with the education ministry from 2015 to train 34 school counsellors for the implementation of intervention modules and programmes in selected schools throughout Malaysia as a measure to control the addiction.
“This included the development of intervention modules in addressing internet gaming and pornography addiction,” he said, adding that 24.1 million Malaysians used the internet for a variety of activities.
He added that 80% used the internet to access social media with average usage of over four hours a day. 76.1% were youths aged between 20 and 49. -FMT

Revised GST-03 statement deadline extended

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PUTRAJAYA: The Royal Malaysian Customs Department (JKDM) has given Goods and Services Tax (GST)-registered companies until Jan 31, 2018, to submit their amended GST-03 statement, says its director-general T Subromaniam.
He said the decision was made following encouraging response to the approach adopted by the Department since June, which focused on informed compliance.
After adopting this approach the Department sent “friendly reminder notices” to 62,000 companies that failed to declare or under-declared their GST taxes, advising them to amend the assessments on the GST-03 statement, he added.
“Following this friendly approach, 37,000 GST-registered companies or 61.2% submitted the revised GST-03 statement,” he said in a statement here today.
He said companies which failed to make the corrections or settle the amount due after Jan 31, 2018, would be listed for complete audit by the Customs Department.
He added that the Department would take stern action, including prosecuting those who willfully refused to comply with the requirements and provisions of the Goods and Services Tax Act 2014.
“As such, we are calling on GST-registered companies to make amendments on their declaration and take the opportunity to pay the GST amount payable to avoid problems in the future,” he said.
Subromaniam added that Customs officers nationwide were also deployed to conduct visits to business associations and assist GST-registered companies which had problems with their assessments.
He said by adopting both the approaches, the Customs Department had collected RM1.6 billion in tax revenue as at Nov 30. -FMT

Isteri Ketua Polis Negara Meninggal Dunia



UCAPAN TAKZIAH UNTUK KELUARGA KETUA POLIS NEGARA

Seluruh warga Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) melahirkan rasa dukacita dan takziah kepada keluarga Ketua Polis Negara, Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Mohamad Fuzi Harun yang baharu sahaja kehilangan isteri tercinta, Allahyarhamah Puan Sri Azizah Hamdi, 58, yang telah kembali ke rahmatullah pada jam 7.02 petang tadi selepas beliau bertarung selama 17 tahun melawan penyakit kanser.




Pemergian Allahyarhamah merupakan kehilangan yang amat besar khususnya buat Persatuan Keluarga Polis (PERKEP) Malaysia. Beliau yang mengambil alih jawatan Pengerusi PERKEP Malaysia pada 4 September lalu merupakan seorang ibu dan pemimpin keluarga PDRM yang amat disegani dan berjiwa kental. 

Jenazah Allahyarhamah akan dibawa ke Masjid Ibu Pejabat Polis Kontinjen (IPK) Selangor untuk disembahyangkan sebelum dibawa ke kampung halaman di Rapat Jaya, Ipoh, Perak untuk dikebumikan esok.

Semoga roh Allahyarhamah Puan Sri Azizah Hamdi dicucuri rahmatNya dan ditempatkan di kalangan mereka yang bertaqwa.

“Sesungguhnya adalah milik Allah SWT apa yang dikhendakiNya, dan akan kembali kepadaNya apa yang Dia berikan. Segala sesuatu yang ada di sisiNya ada jangka waktu tertentu. Maka hendaklah bersabar dan mengharapkan pahala dari Allah SWT.” (Hadis Riwayat Muslim). 

Al-Fatihah.

SELEPAS ANNUAR MUSA TIDAK DIDAKWA DALAM KES MARA, APA JADI PULA KEPADA FELCRA DAN FELDA?

Selepas setahun disiasat SPRM dan Annuar Musa sendiri digantung jawatannya sebagai Pengerusi MARA dalam tempoh tersebut, beliau akhirnya dibebaskan dengan alasan agensi pencegah rasuah tidak cukup bukti untuk mendakwanya.
Keputusan SPRM yang diumumkan beberapa hari selepas berakhirnya PAU2017 segera menimbulkan banyak persoalan di kalangan orangramai.
Ada yang bertanya, kenapa hanya setelah hampir setahun baru perkara itu diumumkan?
Apakah ia ada kaitan dengan tindakan Annuar yang dalam tempoh yang sama sentiasa gigih dan ketagih memuji Najib Razak dan membelasah Tun Mahathir Mohamad atas kapasitinya sebagai Ketua Penerangan UMNO?
Adakah juga ia berkaitan dengan pujian Najib dalam ucapan penggulungan PAU2017 lalu yang menyifatkan Annuar sebagai pemimpin yang kuat bekerja untuk memenangkan parti dalam PRU 14 akan datang?
Jika demikian, apakah pendedahan mengenai tajaan anak syarikat MARA kepada pasukan bolasepak Kelantan yang dimulakan oleh Tunku Mahkota Johor dan kemudian diambil tindakan oleh Majlis MARA dengan menggantung jawatan Annuar, tiada nilai dan hanya perbuatan sia-sia?
Apakah kes Annuar boleh dibuka semula dan dicukupkan buktinya jika Pakatan Harapan nanti berjaya mengambil alih Putrajaya?
Selain Annuar yang merupakan Ketua UMNO Bahagian Ketereh, Kelantan, dua lagi pemimpin UMNO, Bung Mokhtar Radin dan Isa Samad turut sedang disiasat oleh SPRM dan keputusannya sedang dinanti-nantikannoleh masyarakat umum.
Bung Mokhtar yang merupakan Ketua UMNO Bahagian Kinabatangan dan Pengerusi Felcra disiasat berhubung penggunaan dana agensi itu untuk membeli saham amanah yang dikaitkan dengan isteri mudanya, Zizie Ezzette didakwa mendapat manfaat daripada pembelian itu.
Atas perkara itu, Bung Mokhtar telah disiasat selama 12 jam di pejabat SPRM pada Ogos 2016. Namun, setelah lebih setahun berlalu, masih tiada khabar berita mengenainya.
Isa Samad, Ketua UMNO Bahagian Teluk Kemang pula disiasat berhubung pembelian hotel oleh Felda di London dan Sarawak ketika beliau menjadi Pengerusi Felda.
Beliau pernah ditahan reman selama lima hari pada 0gos 2017, tetapi siasatan terhadap kes itu difahamkan memerlukan lebih banyak masa kerana bukti-buktinya banyak berada di luar negara.
Tetapi, beberapa hari selepas dibebaskan daripada tahanan reman, Isa kemudiannya difahamkan menerima surat rasmi berhubung perlantikannya sebagai Pengerusi SPAD.
Rentetan bebasnya Annuar daripada kes yang sedang dihadapinya, persoalan ramai kini ialah apakah pula nasib Bung Mokhtar dan Isa Samad?
Apakah mereka juga bakal dibebaskan atau akan menerima nasib yang berbeza daripada Annuar?
– http://shahbudindotcom.blogspot.my/2

Felda mahu hantar petisyen bantah EU sekat minyak sawit Malaysia

Shahrir Abdul Samad berkata, Felda akan mengumpul tandatangan kira-kira 100,000 peneroka dan menyerahkannya kepada pejabat EU di KL sebelum pertengahan 2018.
Shahrir-Abdul-Samad-minyak-kelapa-sawitJOHOR BAHRU: Lembaga Kemajuan Tanah Persekutuan (Felda) akan menghantar petisyen kepada Kesatuan Eropah (EU) bagi membantah cadangan blok itu mengenakan sekatan terhadap minyak sawit Malaysia.
Pengerusinya, Tan Sri Shahrir Abdul Samad berkata, Felda akan mengumpul tandatangan kira-kira 100,000 peneroka dan menyerahkannya kepada pejabat EU di Kuala Lumpur sebelum pertengahan tahun depan.
Sambil menegaskan pihaknya memandang serius perkara itu, beliau berkata, tindakan segera perlu diambil kerana ia boleh menjejaskan pendapatan pekebun kecil tempatan.
“Kita akan sampaikan kepada mereka (EU) pemain industri kelapa sawit di negara ini tidak hanya melibatkan syarikat perladangan besar, tetapi juga pekebun kecil yang bergantung kepada hasil kelapa sawit.
“Malah, kita telah berbincang dengan Majlis Minyak Sawit Malaysia (MPOC) untuk menangani isu yang boleh mengancam (pendapatan) pekebun kecil,” katanya selepas Program “Kembali Ke Sekolah” Parlimen Johor Bahru, hari ini.
Beliau mengulas tindakan EU mencadangkan sekatan minyak sawit Malaysia atas alasan ia boleh menjejaskan kesihatan serta mencemarkan kelestarian alam.
Shahrir turut menyelar tindakan segelintir pengeluar produk makanan Eropah meletakkan label “tidak mengandungi minyak sawit” yang disifatkannya tidak wajar kerana memberi imej buruk kepada hasil komoditi itu.
“Kita perlu memperbetulkan persepsi masyarakat di Eropah mengenai minyak sawit, sedangkan hakikatnya ia lebih baik berbanding minyak sayuran lain.
“Kalau boleh, kita (juga harus) cuba boikot barangan seperti bahan makanan Eropah, terutamanya syarikat pengeluar yang memberi label (memburukkan minyak sawit) sedemikian,” katanya.
Baru-baru ini, satu resolusi tidak terikat Parlimen Eropah mencadangkan pihak eksekutif blok itu mempergiatkan usaha larangan pembasmian hutan yang didakwa disebabkan pengeluaran minyak sawit.
Malaysia dan Indonesia menyumbang lebih 80% pengeluaran minyak sawit dunia ketika ini dan EU merupakan destinasi eksport terbesar Malaysia dengan sumbangan kira-kira 13% penghantaran minyak dan produk berasaskan sawit pada 2016. -FMT

Thieves flee empty-handed after villagers foil attempt to steal buffalo

The men had threatened villagers with parang before riding off on stolen motorcycles.
kerbau_kerata1BUTTERWORTH: An attempt by four men to steal a buffalo went awry when villagers confronted them in Tasek Gelugor here today.
The thieves, however, threatened the villagers with parang before riding off on two motorcycles belonging to the villagers.
In their haste to escape, they left behind the buffalo in a Honda Odyssey they had arrived in.
The buffalo is believed to have been tranquillised using a blowpipe.
The incident happened at Kampung Labuh Banting, 8km from here, about 11am this morning.
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The buffalo had been left tied to a tree near the Kulim River by its owner. The thieves are believed to have used a blowpipe to shoot a dart to tranquilise the buffalo before shoving it into the back seat of the multi-purpose vehicle.
Their actions, however, caught the attention of the villagers who confronted them.
Police are looking for the four men after villagers lodged a report at the Kubang Semang police station.
Police believed the Honda Odyssey was likely to be a stolen vehicle.
It is learnt that a buffalo could fetch between RM6,000 and RM10,000 each. -FMT

Court dismisses challenge to DBKL’s appointment of parking agent

Judge Azizah Nawawi rules the mayor has complied with City Hall’s regulations in appointing Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan to collect parking fees.
Teresa-KokKUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here today dismissed Seputeh MP Teresa Kok and a consumer group’s bid to nullify City Hall’s (DBKL) decision last year to appoint an agent to collect parking fees.
High Court judge Justice Azizah Nawawi dismissed Kok and Selangor and Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur Consumers Association’s Yusof Abdul Rahman’s case on the ground that mayor Amin Nordin Abdul Aziz had complied with DBKL’s rules in appointing Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan to collect parking fees.
“The mayor has the power under Order 21 to make decisions in the particular circumstance as necessary,” the judge said in referring to the mayor’s management of procurement and administration of contract orders.
The court ordered Kok to pay cost of RM5,000 to the mayor.
Speaking to reporters after the decision, her lawyer SN Nair said they were disappointed with the decision as it has far-reaching legal implicationa.
“The mayor must provide reasons on the appointment as it involves people’s money.”
Kok said she would appeal against the decision.
“For me, roadside parking should not be privatised and DBKL should charge the public reasonably as many people are facing high cost of living.”
Last year, Kok and Yusof applied for a judicial review, seeking to quash the parking fee hike in the city as they claimed it was illegal and irregular.
The duo named Federal Territories Minister Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor, Amin and DBKL as respondents in their legal challenge.
The court had in May allowed Kok and Yusof to challenge DBKL’s decision to appoint a company to collect parking charges but not on the question of the hike in parking charges, ruling it was a policy decision by the mayor.
Kok had in her affidavit said the fee increase was between 100% and 275% and the current fee was between 80 sen and RM3 per hour.
She said the council’s act of appointing Vista Summerose and Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan was made unilaterally and arbitrarily.
The act was also against the rule of natural justice and violated the principle of good governance, she said.
Kok said the respondents had also gone against government procurement procedures in awarding the right to Vista Summerose and Yayasan Wilayah Persekutuan to collect the parking fees.
DBKL had announced in June 2016 that the fee to park in council-owned parking bays had been raised to RM2 per hour from 80 sen an hour previously.
The charge for a subsequent hour will be RM3.
The areas affected by the fee increase were Bukit Bintang, Bukit Damansara, Sri Hartamas, Desa Hartamas, Solaris Mont Kiara, Taman Tun Dr Ismail and Bangsar.
Amin had said the move was not aimed at generating revenue but was the “only way” to reduce traffic congestion in the city and encourage carpooling. -FMT