Archive for March, 2008


Pada 26 haribulan mac lalu, abang ipar aku (Syed Mohd Zahir atau ED) telah pulang ke rahmatullah. Kereta dia eksiden kat Highway PLUS arah selatan km 174.4 berdekatan dengan exit Bandar Baharu, Kedah. Satria Neo yang dipandunya terbabas dan melanggar penghadang jalan di sebelah kiri jalan.

Semoga roh arwah di cucuri rahmat…


Read Full Post »

To research on handheld application for engineering needs with office mobility in mind.

Office mobility advancement has reached an area that being in office everyday is no longer needed for information sharing & update. The office applications such as;

  1. Email communication
  2. Project scheduling & update
  3. Computer Aided Design (CAD)
  4. ERP

Can easily being accessed from anywhere as long as the infrastructure can accommodate the request.
This report will show all the mobility option for all peripheral as listed below (figure 1);






Battery Life 

Long (5-8hr) depending on connectivity

Short (2-4hr) depending on processor architecture 

Short (2-4hr) depending on processor architecture

Long (5-8hr) depending on processor architecture 

Supported application 

-GSM (Phone & Multimedia)
-Email Connectivity
-CAD Lite (2D CAD)
-Project Management (Primavera supported application)

Full Computer application without GSM connectivity

Full Computer application without GSM connectivity 

Full Computer application without GSM connectivity (depending on processor architecture) 

Ease of use

Need some training (small input and screen)

Same as normal PC

Same as normal PC (using touch screen / joystick)

Need some training (small input & screen)


-Small form factor (3′ – 7′)
-Durable to minimal abuse
-Light weight

-Medium to big form factor
-Durability comes with additional weigh and cost (ruggedized)

-Medium to big form factor
-Durability comes with additional weigh and cost (ruggedized)

-Small to Medium Form factor
-durable to minimal abuse
-Light weight


Multiple connectivity
-Wireless Network

Wireless Network
(too much depending on installed infrastructure thus eliminating usage at large sites)

Wireless Network
(too much depending on installed infrastructure thus eliminating usage at large sites)

Wireless Network
(too much depending on installed infrastructure thus eliminating usage at large sites)


-Small processing power thus can only run specially created application and cannot support normal PC application
– Small screen size and lack of proper input device tend to give user problem

-Big size and hard to move around & need to have proper resting place (need both hand to use)
-Expensive and not so durable to abuse if applied at engineering sites. (ruggedize Notebook can withstand abuse but limited manufacturer and support)

-Big size and hard to move around & need to have proper resting place (need both hand to use)
-Expensive and not so durable to abuse if applied at engineering sites. (ruggedize tablet can withstand abuse but limited manufacturer and support)

-Small processing power (600Mhz – 1.2 GHz) and even though run full pc application but cannot support processor intensity application
-Small screen and lack of proper input device tend to give user problem

  1. Applied Email Communication on Handheld.

Exchange Activesync for Exchange 2003 and Exchange 2007

Companies of all sizes are turning toward mobile devices as a way to help their employees work more effectively and productively. Mobile device manufacturers and mobile network operators have released a wide array of devices with different form factors and capabilities. Many mobile messaging solutions require the purchase of specific devices and accompanying server-based middleware; these requirements add to the cost, complexity, and administrative overhead of mobility-enabled messaging deployments.

Microsoft’s approach is different from the traditional industry pattern in several ways. First, the mobility software is embedded as part of Microsoft Exchange Server, the industry-leading messaging platform. There’s no requirement to purchase additional server software or client licenses for users already licensed through an Exchange Client Access License (for example, because they use Outlook or Outlook Web Access). Second, Microsoft has aggressively licensed the Windows Mobile operating system and the Exchange ActiveSync protocol to a wide range of mobile device manufacturers, allowing customers to choose the type of device and operating system that works best for them. Third, because all of the necessary components are included with Exchange and the mobile device, there’s no requirement for an outside network operations center or a special data network

Mobile messaging offers some key benefits for both companies and their workers:

  • Workers can turn downtime into productive time by using mobile messaging devices to stay in touch with co-workers, customers, and business partners. This enables faster response times and greater customer satisfaction.
  • Organizations can increase their agility and flexibility by using mobile devices to keep their mobile or field staffs up to date when they’re away from traditional desktop or laptop work environments.
  • Executives and other key decision makers can stay better informed and better connected by using mobile messaging devices to keep abreast of changes or events in their businesses.
  • Users can quickly find and act on needed information no matter where they are.
  • Unified messaging systems like Exchange 2007 can deliver multiple information types (including e-mail, contact, calendar, task, voice mail, and fax data) to a single inbox on a mobile device, cutting down wasted time and eliminating phone tag.

Advantages of Exchange Mobility

There are four key advantages to the implementation of mobile messaging in the Exchange Server product family:

  • Exchange mobility reduces costs. Support for mobile messaging is included as part of the server. There is no additional cost for this functionality. No additional server software is required, and users who are already licensed to use Exchange don’t need additional client licenses (a sharp contrast to third-party mobility solutions for Exchange and competing messaging products). Mobility management is integrated with the same familiar user, server, and system management tools that administrators already know how to use, so training and management costs are minimized.
  • Exchange mobility is highly scalable. Microsoft has carefully tuned Exchange Server 2003 and Exchange 2007 to provide industry-leading scalability. This tuning extends to the Exchange ActiveSync implementation, which provides efficient communications between client and server. Unlike other mobile messaging servers which rapidly require the addition of more servers (both third-party mobile servers and core messaging servers) as the mobile user base expands, Exchange uses the same servers for mobility as well as OWA and Outlook Anywhere. Each mobile user is simply equivalent to users of other access methods from a server sizing perspective. This allows the benefits of mobile messaging to be enjoyed by an ever-expanding portion of the organization. Additionally, Exchange ActiveSync works with all types of mobile communication networks, including GSM, GPRS, UMTS, HSDPA, and CDMA.
  • Exchange mobility supports many different devices. Microsoft provides client support for Exchange ActiveSync in its own Windows Mobile operating system, which is currently used by more than 45 worldwide device manufacturers. There is a wide range of Windows Mobile devices, including clamshell/”flip” phones, thin and lightweight phones like the Motorola Q, the Palm 700w/wx, and the T-Mobile Dash, devices with full QWERTY keyboards, and devices with full VGA-resolution screens. In addition, Microsoft has also licensed the Exchange ActiveSync protocol to other device and software manufacturers, including DataViz (RoadSync), SonyEricsson (P990 and M600), Nokia (E-series), Palm (Treo 650 and 700p), Motorola (A780),, and Symbian (OS); these manufacturers have implemented EAS features in a wide range of their devices, including both-Windows Mobile and other operating systems. This provides companies an even broader choice of device styles, types, sizes, and capabilities.
  • Exchange mobility provides policy and security enforcement. The Exchange ActiveSync protocol includes tools for policy and security management, including remote device wipe, password strength and age restrictions, and password-based device locking and lockout. The EAS protocol delivers policies to the device, where device-based software can enforce and control them.


Source : http://www.microsoft.com/exchange/evaluation/features/mobileaccesswp.mspx

  1. Applied Project Management Software in Handheld (Primavera)

Sensory Pro Tracker™ Lite enables Primavera™ users to take advantage of the mobility and convenience handheld devices deliver to better manage projects. Project Managers and Team Members can now review and update project status information anytime, anywhere; on the job, on the plant floor, or in a conference room. Companies can more efficiently and effectively collect status information from project teams and keep their schedules up to date.

  • Download key activities from key projects – activities are filtered by role or group
  • Review and update progress information
  • Transfer data wirelessly or via a cradle back to projects
  • Seamlessly update activity information back into the project database
  • Enabling users to easily find and update activities
  • Integration with asset tagging (Barcodes, RFID), allowing asset specific data to be retrieved
  • Web based updates to activity status



  • Increase accuracy and reduce data errors by updating important project information on location
  • Increase efficiency by entering data only once
  • Make better project decisions based upon accurate and current information
  • Take project information anywhere
  • Improved safety


  • Work with activities from multiple projects
  • Access and update current activities from one screen
  • Activity search-quickly find important activities using keyword, activity ID and activity code search functions
  • Compatible with most handheld devices including those specialised models designed for harsh environments (including all Intrinsic Safety requirements)
  • 1000s of simultaneous connections possible using server based technology

Sensory Pro Tracker™ Lite supports the following versions of Primavera™

  • Primavera 5.0 for Power, Energy, and Process
  • Primavera 5.0 for Public Sector
  • Primavera 5.0 for Aerospace and Defense
  • Primavera 8.0 for High Tech/Telecom
  • Primavera 8.0 for Professional Services and Consulting
  • Primavera Project Planner 3.1
  • SureTrak Project Manager 3.0b
  • Primavera Engineering Construction (P3e/c) 4.1
  • Primavera Enterprise 4.1
  • Primavera Evolve 7.5

“The application adds significant economic value in terms of safety, labour efficiency and increased plant production.”
Chief Technology Officer, of a UK based Oil and Gas Major
“Use of Sensory ProTracker does away with the need for Supervisors to provide the conventional hard copy updates, leaving them free to provide update progress throughout the day, whilst out in the field. We estimate a saving of 30 minutes for progress update, without having to return to the cabin, additionally the Schedulers task of updating the programme schedule was reduced from 2 hours to 30 minutes.”
Head of Planning at a major chemicals site.


  1. Applied AUTOCAD / CAD software in Handheld

Penn State University Radically Improves Facilities Management Using GiveMePower’s PowerCAD CE Mobility Software and Dell Handheld PCs

Business Wire,  Feb 8, 2005  

CALGARY, Alberta — Renowned University Now Manages Entire Facilities From Any Location–Using PowerCAD(R) CE and Dell Axim(R) Wireless Handheld PCs To Update AutoCAD(R)-Compatible Drawings In Real Time

Adding to its growing list of satisfied customers, GiveMePower Corporation (OTCBB:GMPW), a provider of computer-aided design (CAD) and graphics development software for Windows(R) mobile, wireless and desktop computing, announced today that prestigious Penn State University has increased productivity, noted substantial time savings, reduced errors and improved collaboration in their facilities management group using the Company’s PowerCAD(R) CE mobile CAD and VoiceNOTE(TM) hands-free audio note keeping solution on Dell Axim(R) wireless handheld PCs.

Prior to PowerCAD(R) CE, Penn State’s facilities management group–who require as-built drawings for all of their facilities–recorded measurements using a pad of paper and a measuring tape. Next, they would take the sketches to their office to recreate them manually on a desktop PC using AutoCAD(R). Searching for a more efficient method, Scott Hord, facilities analyst within the Facilities Resources & Planning department at Penn State, took a proactive approach by gathering a team to commence development of a mobile solution. Then he discovered PowerCAD(R) CE.

“PowerCAD CE is exactly what we have been looking for,” commented Hord. “We now manage our drawings directly from anywhere on campus. No more returning to the office with a stack of sketches to redraw in AutoCAD. We simply add or make changes as needed during building walk-throughs, save the file as an AutoCAD drawing on our Dell Axim handheld PCs and drag-and-drop them to our desktop computers back at the office.”

Hord noted they also have the ability to send and receive drawings through e-mail or by wireless web. And by using PowerCAD CE’s exclusive VoiceNOTE(TM) hands-free audio note keeping technology, Hord’s team saves hours of time by speaking directly into the handheld PC with detailed verbal information instantly embedded into the drawing and referenced to specific objects or locations.

Bill Walton, president and CEO of GiveMePower stated, “Again, we see our PowerCAD solutions making life easier for our users, saving time and adding immediate value to the bottom line. We are thrilled that Penn State University chose PowerCAD CE to improve the way they manage their facilities.”

PowerCAD(R) CE is part of GiveMePower’s complete family of CAD Anywhere(TM) 2D and 3D design, viewing and mobile/wireless collaboration solutions – each designed to save time and money in the office, in the field, or on the shop floor.

  1. Applied ERP on Handheld

Case study: mobile ERP – Efficiency in connectivity
As the world’s largest manufacturer of warehouse trucks, BT Industries’ business is all about helping its customers get things to where they need to be. A major part of that involves keeping those trucks rolling by responding to efficiently repair call-outs and routine maintenance.

There are 1,500 maintenance technicians working in the field in the company’s European operations making about 5,000 service visits a day – both planned and emergency. Scheduling these visits and arranging for the delivery of parts has been dramatically simplified using handheld devices connected via the mobile phone network to customer and product data held in the firm’s enterprise resource planning system.

As a result, BT Industries has saved £1.7m a year in maintenance costs Europe-wide and £1m by being able to reduce its offices from seven to two in the UK.

It all started around 2000, after the company had implemented an enterprise resource planning system from Intentia called Movex, and it began to think about the possibilities of developing it to provide mobile information.

The existing system of scheduling maintenance and repair staff was heavily dependent on staff taking calls, manually checking to see which technicians were best suited to the job, contacting the technician and arranging for the correct parts to be sent to the customer location – all of which was done by phone. Such was the amount of phone time taken up by this process that customers would often get an engaged signal when calling BT Industries’ service centre.

“Taking and making calls and back-office checks used to occupy the bulk of the time in the whole process,” says Nick Duckworth, after sales manager at BT Industries. “Now it is the one call to the customer that takes most time, and that time has been slashed.”

Since the implementation of the system, BT Industries knows exactly what products a customer owns, when scheduled maintenance is due and what parts are most likely to be needed to service the truck.

“When the customer signs the initial contract we also draw up a service level agreement. These service levels are entered into Movex and when a maintenance event becomes due the information is automatically transferred to the appropriate technician,” says Duckworth.

When an event is impending or a customer request for service comes in by phone, the most suitable service technician is selected according to records from the service level agreement held in Movex.

The technician is equipped with a ruggedised Intermec handheld with GSM or GPRS connection that is synchronised three or four times a day. When he does so he receives comprehensive information about the customer’s trucks, their service history and instructions, as well as checklists that are used to document what has been done. Parts are also sent out as required.

In dealing with a repair the system accounts for forthcoming scheduled maintenance and notifies the technician of that too. More cost savings result from being able to carry out repair and maintenance work simultaneously. Then, when servicing or repairs are completed, the customer’s approval is logged directly into the system via the handheld.

As well as the scheduling and the servicing processes being simplified, the system is also sped up by including an invoicing function based on what the technician has entered into the handheld.

This means that there is seldom a shortage of spare parts, and stock levels held locally in vehicles and at the firm’s central depots have been reduced because usage of parts is constantly monitored, instead of suffering the time lag that paper-based and manual entry systems used to produce.

To date, the system has been close to an unqualified success. “We have reduced call receiving and dispatch activity by 50% and increased business activity by 25%,” says Duckworth.

Infrastructure manager Patrik Carlsson says, “We expect that our entire investment will pay for itself in a year. In addition, our service presence will increase, and we will be perceived as more professional.”

The first phase of the implementation was the selection of processes to be incorporated into the system. The decision was taken to design the best possible business process first and then develop software to suit, says Duckworth.

“A project group was formed with members from three countries which agreed to use a common service process. A first release was implemented on a trial basis in three countries and only small adjustments were needed before it was rolled out to 11 more.”

An example of where the system was adapted to suit ways of working was in printing out documents for customers at service visits. Obviously carrying a printer around was going to further burden the technician and access to a customer’s printer could not be guaranteed.

E-mail was considered as a solution, but among the supermarket customers who form a major part of BT Industries’ business, e-mail use is not common in warehouse areas. Fax machines are, however, so the system was developed to print off customer documents to their fax.

Development was carried out by BT Industries’ IT partner Sogeti, which devised the Movex field service functionality in the back-end and on the Pocket PC-powered Intermec PDAs.

Technicians usually synchronise four times a day. In the UK they connect via Vodafone’s GSM or GPRS networks to Movex, which runs on OS400 on IBM iSeries machines via a Windows 2000 server.

The Intermec handhelds support GSM and GPRS. Being ruggedised was an attraction for reasons of everyday use, but also for device security. “They are so obviously not consumer devices that they are less likely to be a target for theft. In fact, the only problem we have had at all is one technician who left one on the roof of the van and the vehicle behind ran it over,” says Duckworth.

Apart from such minor incidents, the BT Industries team considers the roll-outs so far  to be a success and have plans to implement the system in Greece later this year.

Source: http://www.computerweekly.com/Articles/2006/04/18/215391/case-study-mobile-erp-efficiency-in-connectivity.htm

Applied Handheld issues

There are few problems faced by companies implementing handheld application for their system. The major problems can be differentiating into 2 main categories;

  • Cost:
    The price for handheld even though are getting cheaper but still high considering the limitations it has than other mobility option (figure 1)
  • Infrastructure:
    Handheld connectivity wirelessly need to be properly check with the local provider as GSM connectivity is not available freely and closely associated with area and topography.


With advancement in handheld architecture and application, the office mobility option has become viable and cost-effective for many major corporations in the world. The main problem still faced by major companies and corporation is the infrastructure available in the area as it is the main connectivity option that dictates the viability of any office mobility application. Application for handheld are also costlier than normal application on pc as it is actually tailor-made software specifically for certain handheld.

With the UMPC, Notebook and tablet advancement in battery life and processor power has enable mobility option for applications anywhere and anytime in the field without the extra cost incurred in building a new solution specifically for handheld. The creation of specially built “ruggedized” version of notebook and tablet PC has also help in moving the mobility to notebook and tablets as the main problem that is durability can be eliminated.

Read Full Post »

For more info: http://www.securasia-congress.com/

25th – 26th March 2008
Matrade Exhibition & Convention Center, Kuala Lumpur


IT Security has been on the rise for the past few years. With new security areas being tapped into, many IT executives face the enormous challenge of keeping hackers away and devising innovative means of preventing such intrusion. This is an area in which IT executives are constantly battling and striving to improve. 2nd Annual SecurAsia Congress 2008 is focusing on IT security issues in various industries from both private and public sector companies in Asia. It basically covers all the latest trends and technologies in IT security in the BFSI (Banks, Finance Service & Insurance), manufacturing, energy and other industries in Asia today. This congress is unique because it has tracks for more industry-specific issues and real-life case studies. The congress structure is made up of a 2 day conference which includes a major exhibition on the latest IT security solutions.


Key objectives of this event:

Keeping abreast with the latest trends and developments in the IT security industry

Formulating strategies to ensure security of critical information

Successfully battling internal and external threats with innovative ideas and technologies

Gaining insight into the latest and cutting-edge hackers’ techniques

Preparing for emerging cyber threats in 2007 with a solid business continuity planning structure

Devising methodologies to ensure and enhance user awareness on IT security

Developing more secure and effective strategies for patch management

Protecting network from virus and spyware attacks

Exploring the latest technologies in intrusion prevention and detection, patch management and encryption

Understanding the latest updates on wireless security standards and ensuring safety of wireless networks

Establishing an effective and comprehensive IT security policy for your organisation

Read Full Post »

Politik di Malaysia kembali malap setelah apa yang berlaku di Terengganu menunjukan wujudnya “Power Struggle” diantara Kerajaan persekutuan dan Kerabat Diraja Terengganu yang juga DYMMYDP Agong Malaysia. Apa sebenarnya yang berlaku? Adakah wujud pertelingkahan antara Istana dan Kerajaan Persekutuan? Adakah semua ini hanya satu permulaan bagi sebuah kisah dongeng rakyat? Banyak soalan rakyat masih tidak terjawab kerana kedua dua pihak masih bertelagah tanpa mencari kata sepakat.

Adakah salah untuk seorang sultan melantik MB yang juga ADUN yang dipilih rakyat sebagai Menteri Besar? Bagi kita sebagai rakyat yang memilih kerajaan, tidak nampak apa kesalahan pun jika seorang sultan memilih seseorang untuk menjadi Menteri Besar. Selagi beliau adalah ADUN yang dipilih rakyat, selagi itu dia layak untuk memegang apa apa jawatan yang diberi.

Mungkin kes ini membuktikan yang politik Malaysia masih lagi mentah kerana ADUN dipilih oleh rakyat boleh diambil tindakan oleh partinya. Bukankah rakyat memilih wakilnya, seperti nama jawatan itu sendiri “wakil rakyat” bukan memilih parti. Jika rakyat memilih parti, maka lebih baik dinamakan saja “wakil parti” kerana setiap wakil rakyat seperti tiada kuasa untuk mewakili rakyat tetapi dipaksa untuk mejadi wakil parti. Jadi, apa guna rakyat menyokong mereka disini?

Kita sebagai rakyat harus mengambil berat semua ini kerana nampaknya kita tidak mengundi wakil kita sendiri. Ia seolah olah
sesiapa yang dipilih hanyalah seorang wakil parti yang tidak dapat memenuhi harapan rakyat sekiranya parti tidak mengizinkan.

Matanglah rakyat Malaysia…

Biarlah episod ini menjadi pengajaran untuk masa akan datang..

Read Full Post »

Source : http://news.my.msn.com/article.aspx?cp-documentid=1296557

Agence France-Presse – 3/18/2008 1:22 PM GMT

Mahathir’s son escapes penalty over Malaysia PM resignation call

Malaysia’s ruling party said Tuesday it would not punish the son of former premier Mahathir Mohammad for demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

A defiant Mukhriz Mahathir stood by his call for Abdullah to go after the ruling United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) deliberated over whether to take action against him.

Abdullah has been under pressure to quit since his Barisan Nasional (BN) coalition took a beating in March 8 polls, conceding four states and a third of parliamentary seats in unprecedented losses.

Last week, Mukhriz wrote to Abdullah calling on him to stand down, in the first open sign of revolt within UMNO, which heads the coalition.

“We have decided not to take action against him,” said Hishamuddin Hussein, the head of the party’s influential youth wing, of which Mukhriz is an executive council member.

“We need our party to be strong,” Hishamuddin said at the end of a meeting over Mukhriz’s actions.

Hishamuddin said that Mukhriz told the closed-door meeting that his views were those of the public and Hishamuddin said he felt there was nothing wrong with expressing his views.

“If we don’t change and we still remain in a denial mode there is a possibility that we will become irrelevant,” Hishamuddin said, referring to calls within the party for reform after the election debacle.

An upbeat Mukhriz said he was relieved by the decision and was ready to help reform the government.

“I have made my stand clearly before this and I have not changed my mind,” he said.

Mukhriz’s father, Mahathir Mohamad, has also pushed for Abdullah to step down, accusing him of “destroying” the ruling coalition and UMNO, and saying he regretted selecting him for the top job when he stood down in 2003.

Abdullah, who has repeatedly refused to stand down, on Tuesday unveiled a new cabinet, dropping veteran politicians and appointing fresh faces in a bid to rejuvenate his administration.


I didn’t put the letter in here because I don’t really know how it was leaked and I will always respect that Mukhriz say it is not him who leaked the letter.

Anyhow, well done my YB, a true to the heart man just like his father.

You’ll always have my support!!

Read Full Post »

Senarai Baru Kabinet 2008

Update: 22nd May, 2008

Sumber Foto : Jabatan Penerangan Malaysia
Dikemaskini Pada 09.04.2008

Baris Hadapan:-
Y.B. Datuk Mohd. Shafie bin Haji Apdal, Y.B. Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop,Y.B. Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin bin Tun Hussein, Y.B. Tan Sri Dato’ Haji Muhyiddin bin Mohd Yassin,Y.B. Tan Sri Bernard Giluk Dompok, Y.A.B. Dato’ Seri Abdullah bin Haji Ahmad Badawi, Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Y.A.B Dato’ Sri Haji Mohd. Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak, Y.B. Datuk Seri Syed Hamid bin Syed Jaafar Albar, Y.B. Dato’ Seri Mohamed Nazri bin Abdul Aziz, Y.B. Datuk Seri Utama Dr. Rais Yatim, Y.B. Datuk Peter Chin Fah Kui, Y.B. Dato’ Seri Mohamed Khaled bin Nordin.

Barisan Tengah ( Dari Kiri ):-
Y.B. Dato’ Ir. Mohd Zin bin Mohamed, Y.B. Dato’ Noh bin Omar, Y.B. Datuk Ong Tee Keat,Y.B. Dato’ Sri Zulhasnan bin Rafique, Y.B. Datuk Dr. Maximus Johnity Ongkili, Y.B. Dato’ Mustapa bin Mohamed,Y.B. Dato’ Sri Azalina Dato’ Othman Said, Y.B. Datuk Douglas Uggah Embas, Y.B. Dato’ Dr. Ng Yen Yen, Y.B. Dato’ Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid bin Hamidi, Y.B. Dato’ Shaziman bin Abu Mansor.

Berdiri Di Belakang ( Dari Kiri ):-
Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Mohd Sidek bin Hj. Hassan, Y.B. Senator Datuk Amirsham A.Aziz, Y.B. Dato’ Sri Ong Ka Chuan, Y.B Dato’ Shahrir bin Abdul Samad, Y.B. Dato’ Ahmad Shabery Cheek, Y.B. Dato’ Liow Tiong Lai, Y.B. Datuk Dr.S.Subramaniam, Y.B. Senator Tan Sri Dato’ Muhammad bin Muhammad Taib,Y.B. Senator Datuk Mohd Zaid bin Ibrahim, Y.B. Dato’ Ismail Sabri bin Yaakob.

Baris Hadapan:-
Y.B. Senator Dato’ Dr. Mashitah binti Ibrahim, Y.B. Dato’ Mohd. Johari bin Baharum, Y.B. Datuk Robert Lau Hoi Chew, Y.B. Dato’ Kong Cho Ha, Y.B. Datuk Dr. Haji Abd. Latiff bin Ahmad, Y.B. Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima Joseph Kurup, Y.A.B. Dato’ Seri Abdullah bin Haji Ahmad Badawi, Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Y.A.B. Dato’ Sri Haji Mohd. Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak, Y.B. Datuk Liew Vui Keong, Y.B. Dato’ Haji Ahmad Husni bin Mohamad Hanadzlah, Y.B. Dato’ Joseph Salang anak Gandum,Y.B. Tuan Joseph Entulu anak Belaun, Y.B. Datuk Wira Abu Seman bin Haji Yusop, Y.B. Dato’ Yong Khoon Seng.

Barisan Tengah ( Dari Kiri ):-
Y.B. Dato’ Tan Lian Hoe, Y.B. Tuan Haji Fadillah bin Yusof, Y.B. Dr. Wee Ka Siong, Y.B. Dato Jacob Dungau Sagan,Y.B. Dato’ Chor Chee Heung, Y.B. Datuk Hajah Rohani binti Abdul Karim, Y.B. Puan Noriah binti Kasnon,Y.B. Datuk Seri Panglima Haji Abdul Ghapur bin Salleh, Y.B. Tuan Teng Boon Soon, Y.B. Tuan Jelaing anak Mersat,Y.B. Dato’ Razali bin Ismail, Y.B. Datuk Haji Idris bin Haji Haron.

Berdiri Di Belakang ( Dari Kiri ):-
Y.B. Dato’ Saifuddin bin Abdullah, Y.B. Dato Sri Sulaiman Abdul Rahman bin Abdul Taib, Y.B. Tuan Wee Jeck Seng,Y.B. Senator Tuan A.Kohilan Pillay a/l G.Appu, Y.B. Datuk Saravanan a/l Murugan,Y.B. Tuan Devamany a/l S.Krishnasamy, Y.B. Senator Dato’ Wan Ahmad Farid bin Dato’ Wan Salleh, Y.B. Datuk Noraini binti Ahmad, Y.B. Dr. Hou Kok Chung, Y.B. Dato’ Hamzah bin Zainudin, Y.B. Dato’ Haji Hassan bin Malek.

Posting Asal

PUTRAJAYA: Berikut senarai Jemaah Menteri yang diumumkan oleh Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad hari ini:

Perdana Menteri : Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
Timbalan Perdana Menteri: Datuk Seri Najib Razak

Menteri : Tan Sri Bernard Dompok
Menteri : Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz
Menteri : Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi
Menteri : Datuk Zaid Ibrahim (senator)
Menteri : Datuk Amirsham A Aziz (senator)
Timbalan : Datuk Johari Baharum
Timbalan : Datuk Dr Mashitah Ibrahim (senator)
Timbalan : S K Devamany
Timbalan : Datuk Hasan Malek

Menteri : Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar
Timbalan : Datuk Chor Chee Heung
Timbalan : Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh (senator)

Menteri : Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
Menteri II : Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop
Timbalan : Datuk Ahmad Husni Mohamad Hanadzlah
Timbalan : Datuk Kong Cho Ha

Menteri : Datuk Ong Tee Keat
Timbalan : Datuk Anifah Aman (TBA)

Menteri : Datuk Ir. Mohd Zin Mohamed
Timbalan : Datuk Yong Khoon Seng

Menteri : Datuk Peter Chin Fah Kui
Timbalan : A Kohilan Pillay (senator)

Menteri : Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor
Timbalan : Datuk Joseph Salang Gandum

Menteri : Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin
Timbalan : Datuk Liew Vui Keong
Timbalan : Datuk Jacob Dungau Sagan

Menteri : Datuk Mustapa Mohamed
Timbalan : Datuk Rohani Abdul Karim

Menteri : Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad
Timbalan : Jelaing anak Mersat

Menteri : Datuk Hishammuddin Hussein
Timbalan : Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong
Timbalan : Datuk Razali Ismail

Menteri : Datuk Ahmad Shabery Cheek
Timbalan : Datuk Tan Lian Hoe

Menteri : Datuk Mohd Shafie Apdal
Timbalan : Teng Boon Soon

Menteri : Datuk Dr S Subramaniam
Timbalan : Datuk Noraini Ahmad

Menteri : Datuk Dr Maximus Ongkili
Timbalan : Fadillah Yusof

Menteri : Datuk Ong Ka Chuan
Timbalan : Datuk Robert Lau Hoi Chew
Timbalan : Datuk Hamzah Zainudin

Menteri : Datuk Seri Najib Razak
Timbalan : Datuk Wira Abu Seman Yusop

Menteri : Tan Sri Muhammad Muhd Taib
Timbalan : Tan Sri Joseph Kurup
Timbalan : Joseph Entulu Belaun

Menteri : Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim
Timbalan : Datuk Seri Tengku Azlan Abu Bakar (TBA)

Menteri : Datuk Ismail Sabri Yaakob
Timbalan : Wee Jeck Seng

Menteri : Datuk Liow Tiong Lai
Timbalan : Datuk Dr. Abdul Latiff Ahmad

Menteri : Datuk Noh Omar
Timbalan : Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah

Menteri : Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen
Timbalan : Noriah Kasnon

Menteri : Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said
Timbalan Menteri : Datuk Seri Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Abdul Taib

Menteri : Datuk Zulhasnan Rafique
Timbalan Menteri : Datuk M Saravanan

Menteri : Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin
Timbalan Menteri : Datuk Dr Hou Kok Chung
Timbalan Menteri : Datuk Idris Haron

Menteri : Datuk Douglas Uggah Embas
Timbalan Menteri : Datuk Seri Abdul Ghapur Salleh

Nanti kita komen.. sekarang sibuk


Umno women’s wing deputy chief Shahrizat Abdul Jalil has been appointed a special adviser to the prime minister with the status of minister on women and social development affairs.


Harian metro hari ini melaporkan 2 timbalan menteri menolak perlantikan beberapa jam setelah dilantik. Utusan malaysia melaporkan mereka menolak kerana ingin memberi ruang kepada muka baru tetapi Harian Metro melaporkan mereka menolak kerana “seniority” mereka yang sepatutnya dilantik sebagai menteri penuh.



Read Full Post »

I’m currently evaluating lotus notes 8 on my notebook (60 days trial)

Look nice.. keep you posted

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »