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DEEPAK’S “VALENTINE’S DAY GREETINGS” TO HIS LOVE ROSMAH ORU POYYAAVADHU SOL KANNAE…UN KAADHAL NAANDHAAN ENRU

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oru poyyaavadhu sol kaNNae…un kaadhal naandhaan enRu… andha sollil…andha sollil uyir vaazhvaen…andha sollil uyir vaazhvaen oru poyyaavadhu sol kaNNae un kaadhal naandhaan enRu andha sollil uyir vaazhvaen (2) pookkaLil unnaal saththam adi mounaththil unnaal yuththam idhaith thaangumaa en nenjam idhaith thaangumaa en nenjam peNmaiyum menmaiyum pakkampakkamdhaan rombap pakkampakkamdhaan paarththaal rendum vaeRudhaan paalukkum kaLLukkum vaNNam onRudhaan paarkkum kaNgaL onRudhaan undaal rendum vaerudhaan oru poyyaavadhu sol kaNNae un kaadhal naandhaan enRu andha sollil uyir vaazhvaen iravinaith thiratti oaaa iravinaith thiratti kaNmaNiyin kuzhal seydhaaroa kaNmaNiyin kuzhal seydhaaroa nilavin oLi thirattik kaNgaL seydhaaroa oa viNmeen viNmeen kondu viralin nagam samaiththu minnalin keetRugaL kondu kairaegai seydhaanoa vaadaik kaatRu pattu vayadhukku vandha pookkaL konduth thangam thangam poosith thoaL seydhaanoa aanaal peNNae uLLam kallil seydhu vaiththaanoa kaadhal kaNNae uLLam kallil seydhu vaiththaanoa oru poyyaavadhu sol kaNNae un kaadhal naandhaan enRu andha sollil uyir vaazhvaen nilavinai enakku arugil kaattiyadhu needhaanae arugil kaattiyadhu needhaanae malarin mugavarigaL sonnadhu needhaanae oa kaatRu bhoomi vaanam kaadhal paesum maegam aRimugam seydhadhu yaar yaar en anbae needhaanae gangai gangai aatRaik kavidhaigaL kondu tharum kaaviri ootRaith kaNNil kaiyil thandhavaL needhaanae aanaal peNNae nenjai mattum moodi vaiththaayoa kaadhal kaNNae nenjai mattum moodi vaiththaayoa oru poyyaavadhu sol kaNNae un kaadhaal naandhaan enRu andha sollil uyir vaazhvaen (2) andha oru oru oru oru sollil andha oru oru oru oru sollil naan uyir vaazhvaen uyir vaazhvaen andha oru sollil andha oru sollil andha oru sollil andha oru sollil sollil andha sollil uyir vaazhvaen uyir vaazhvaen uyir vaazhvaen

The mystery “carpet man” alleged to be closely linked to self-proclaimed First Lady of Malaysia Rosmah Mansor said today said she is like an “older sister” to him, nothing more.

Deepak Jaikishan, the carpet dealer mentioned numerous times by blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin, said Rosmah “is a good person, if you know her personally”.He denied Raja Petra’s claims in a recent posting on Malaysia Today that he was trying to get back into Rosmah’s good books, saying that the extent of their relationship was confined to carpets and the gossip around town.

“I first got to know her about six or seven years ago, when she visited our family shop. I know her, and treat her like an older sister,” he told a press conference at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur.Deepak rubbished Raja Petra’s claims that he was Rosmah’s “confidante” and “toyboy”, saying instead that she and her husband, Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, had been kind enough to write commendation letters and introduce his family’s carpet business to new clients.
He denied that he had gone about either “bad mouthing or praising” Najib and Rosmah, claiming that the people behind Raja Petra’s post on Malaysia Today are simply trying to create “discord” between him and his clients.

“I don’t know … the criteria. I don’t know. It came to me as a very pleasant surprise. But I was told by the vice-chancellor that they were looking for a woman who has leadership qualities, does charity and social work and also a programme that is beneficial to the country. They are looking for a candidate and they said that my name cropped up. They read about all the work things I have done for Malaysia, the speeches I’ve given in other countries and they decided that I am the deserving one. I am extremely honoured.”
At last, Malaysia’s First Lady Rosmah Mansor got to poke her critics back. After being the butt of countless media attacks for her lavish spending sprees and arrogant ways, Rosmah finally got to tell her “frustrated and jealous” critics to fly kites if they did not approve of her receiving an honorary doctorate from Australia’s Curtin University.
“Are you questioning Curtin University or are you questioning me? Curtin University decided to give it to me. You question them, not me,” she told reporters who couldn’t figure out why the the institute would want to bestow such an honor on her.
Gaddafi’s son Saif holds a PhD, awarded to him by the London School of Economics for a thesis on how civil society makes for democratic government. Unfortunately, academically at least, it’s not all cakes and ale for Dr. Gaddafi these days.
LSE Director Sir Howard Davis has resigned and is facing an internal probe after WikiLeaks disclosed a deal for the LSE to annually receive a million pounds in Libyan funds in exchange for training 400 graduate and post-graduate students from the Gaddafi clan. The post-graduate students included Saif, and the money came from a foundation under his personal watch. Some 300 thousand pounds have been paid so far.
Saif Gaddafi is a handsome guy, a fluent English speaker and an expert socialite. He spent his five years at the LSE mingling and networking with influential figures like Nat Rothschild and Tony Blair. His PhD thesis was put together with the help of the Boston-based Monitor company, which turned a blind eye to numerous instances of blatant plagiarism in the work. Symptomatically, Saif’s friends Tony Blair and Sir Howard Davis were frequent guests in Tripoli to advise Colonel Muammar Gaddafi on how he manages an estimated 65 billion pounds set aside from his country’s mammoth oil revenue.
Shortly before his step-down, Sir Davis faced angry demands to return his university’s Libyan money to the Libyan people. He even promised to spend this money on scholarships to African students.
In the meantime, Saif Gaddafi himself is in the midst of an LSE inquiry which may result in a decision to strip him of his PhD.

meetuThe business of breaking people up.

The business of breaking people up. Sounds so similar to the French film, Heartbreaker. And yet, the name and the love-in-the-air notion that February brings, give away what the film is going to be about. Not to mention the romance between the two Jodi breakers of the film.

A stylized Madhavan as DEEPAK might be fresh to look at but might cumbersome soon enough because we have seen ALL the lead stars do that. Bipasha Basu AS ROSMAH looks as ravishing as ever, but that’s the problem too, right? It doesn’t look like she’s going to do anything different or new over here.

However, barring the one homophobic joke seen in this trailer, it does leave enough curiosity as far as the humor of the film is concerned. The trailer doesn’t give away punch lines, which is why it creates interest as far as the fun in the film goes. Other than that, I guess we can look forward to the performance by Madhavan for Deepak

What does the good book have to say about everyone’s favorite subject at this time of the year — love? Describing a biblical view of love turns out to be no simple matter. First off, the Bible was written in both Hebrew and Greek, and each of these languages has multiple words that we translate as “love.” (On this count, Hebrew wins out with about a dozen words expressing a range of emotions from sexual desire to intimate friendship, and from covenantal fidelity to acts of mercy and kindness.)

There are also understandings of love floating around among different authors. So what the author of the Song of Solomon says about love isn’t the same as what the author(s) of Genesis say, which isn’t the same as what John says, which isn’t the same as Paul … and so on. All of which means that not only is there no single view of love in the Bible but any larger scheme you propose by which to organize these various treatises on love will inevitably fall short.

Nevertheless it may still be a useful, if far from perfect, endeavor. To get at it, I’ll borrow the classic formula that distinguishes between three Greek words: eros, romantic, passionate love, from which we get our word “erotic”; phileo, the love of great friends and siblings, from which we get “Philadelphia,” the “city of brotherly love”; and agape, parental, self-sacrificing love that seeks only the welfare of the other. All three kinds of love are represented in the Bible, which means that all three are considered to be created and blessed by God.

Eros is the emotion we probably think of first when thinking of love, especially the love of Valentine’s Day and pop music. While the word itself is not present in the Greek New Testament, it depicts the passionate desire that unites lover and beloved praised in the Song of Solomon. Its presence in the Bible testifies not only that humans are moved by beauty and desire, but also that passion, romance, and sexual intimacy are an essential element of God’s good creation and the human experience.

Phileo, in contrast, is a more stable and constant emotion. Constancy not withstanding, however, phileo it is also a powerful emotion that captures the love of great friends. Jesus weeps for Lazarus, whom he loved (phileo) (John 11:35), while Jonathan and David share a bond so strong that it induces Jonathan to forsake allegiance to his father in support of his beloved friend. Phileo is ultimately not about passion as much as it is about commitment, the love that binds one to another in enduring friendship.

Agape dominates the New Testament but is more rare in contemporary literature of the Greek-speaking world of the first century. Scholars agree that it best captures what we might call “Christian love.” Agape depicts the self-sacrificing love of a parent for a child and describes both God’s love for the world as shown in Christ and the love Christians should show each other and all people. As to the former, think of Tim Tebow’s – and, indeed, the world’s – favorite Bible verse: “For God so loved – agape – the world that he gave his only Son…” (John 3:16). As to the latter, think of Paul’s great hymn to love: “Love – agape – is patient and kind; love is not envious or boastful or arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice in wrongdoing, but rejoices in the truth. It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never ends” (1 Cor. 13:4-8a).

As nice and neat as these distinctions are, however, as soon as you make them you begin to watch them unravel. For many have wondered if Jonathan’s friendship with David was not tinged with a hint of eros even as it also embodies the self-sacrificing love of agape. And, truth be told, agape and phileo are often used interchangeably in the New Testament. Jesus, as it turns out, loves Lazarus in terms of both phileo (John 11:35) and agape (11:5). And while Paul at points depicts marriage as a remedy for the consuming, burning passions of sexual desire we associate with eros (1 Cor. 7:9), he – or at least his disciples – also expect husbands and wives to exhibit agape for each other by being subject to each other as Christ loved and sacrificed himself for the Church (Ephesians 5). What, then, are we to make of “love” in the Bible?

But maybe this somewhat blurry picture of love suits the complicated nature of the subject at hand. I mean, even Valentine’s Day itself has a peculiar and complex history. Originally named for a saint (or saints, depending on the tradition) that were martyred for their commitment to their faith, over the centuries Valentine’s Day came to epitomize the romantic ardor of lovers represented by the Roman god of desire, Cupid (the Romanized version of the Greek god Eros). And today one might be forgiven for thinking that V-Day is mainly about love for chocolate and lingerie.

Perhaps, then, the Bible’s convoluted treatment is fitting. After all, isn’t this mixture of emotions and motivations pretty representative of our experience? We love our partners and our children and our pets and friend and, if we’re lucky, our jobs and hobbies and much more, but not all in the same way. And even our love for a single person varies and changes, not just over the years, but over the span of moments, as passion can turn to tenderness, which can turn to a desire to protect and serve, and then turn back to desire, all between the beats of a simultaneously fickle and courageous heart. In light of this, maybe the best we can say is that love in the Bible, like love in our everyday lives, is important, complicated, and at times a bit squishy. That is, it is too powerful and mysterious to be fully defined or grasped by any of us.

So perhaps for now it’s enough to recognize that all the different kinds of love we have explored are part and parcel of our life in this world, that God created and blessed them for our nurture, and that behind and beyond all of our expressions of love is God’s love for each of us. That’s not everything we could say, of course, but I think that if we get that much straight we’ve probably gotten the heart of what the Bible has to say about love.

Our UMNO response to a scandalous mess is neat and categorised. Cash and sex are the north and south pole of mass interest, each with a sprawling magnetic field. We divide the hemispheres with the equator of logic. Cash and corruption are the preserve of politics. Sex is the province of glamour. We refuse to recognise any cross-over evidence.

No one wants to know how much black money floats in our street, although the float might be a flood from dubious sources. Film publications are apathetic to finance. Their cover stories are devoted to who is sleeping with whom, or, more likely, pretending to sleep with whom. Lead stars are sometimes required to manufacture an affair as part of a film’s pre-launch publicity even when it is obvious, from body language, that the hero and heroine are heartily sick of each other.Equally, mainline media shrugs off a politician’s private life.READMORE UMNO Vice/Prostitution Media Empire Is Near a Big Infusion of back door Cash
This is in sharp contrast to the Anglo-American press and public, who hold a public figure to standards of probity they do not apply to themselves. It seems odd that societies so liberated on Friday nights should turn so puritan over politicians’ weekends, but there it is. The French are more honest. They vote for lunch hour frisson.READMORE DEEPAK TO ROSMA YOU ARE MY JAI-HO, GHOST ALTANTUYA SAYS DEEPAK JAIKISHAN THE ROPE IS AROUND YOUR NECK NOW SAY YOUR LAST PRAYERS

Malaysia and India are Partners in Crime from Emergingsexualised politicking to Emerging Corruption and Emerging Humiliation

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No journalist worth his or her laptop, therefore, would waste a moment on the private life of the the chief minister politician has enough left over to lubricate the silent wheels of is not coming apart because of a deep and riveting ideological debate on sexualised politicking. It’s the money, honey. If the figures seem insane, just remember that greed spits at limits.
scam is the icing on the story. They all helped his upward mobility in one form or the other, with Congress support for his chief ministership being a stunning example of cynicism. Local journalists had reported much of this while he was in power. No one bothered.
The news from the south pole is actually far better. Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Abdul Aziz has dismissed claims of Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor meddling in matters out of her jurisdiction, as the wife of the Prime Minister.
“There is no such thing as her meddling in national affairs. Who said this? These are all lies and slanderous statements,” Nazri said Thursday.Nazri was responding to a supplementary question by Siti Zailah Mohd Yusof (PAS-Rantau Panjang), who asked him to outline the extent of Rosmah’s authority as the wife of Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.”Rosmah, as the First Lady of Malaysia, was also invited by different countries to give keynote addresses at events. It is not as if she demanded to be invited.”I’m sorry if nobody asked you to give keynote speeches,” Nazri told Siti Zailah jokingly, leading to laughter by other MPs in the Dewan Rakyat.On claims that Rosmah had said the tsunami in Japan was caused by their failure to have environment-friendly measures, Nazri said her statement was taken out of context.”You have to understand her statement in its full context and not just take a word or two and make your own assumptions,” he said.To an earlier question by Datuk Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (BN – Pasir Salak), Nazri said the fact that Rosmah was invited to give keynote speeches should be seen as an honour given to Malaysia.The north pole, however, is in meltdown, the body politic ravaged by venality beyond the voter’s comprehension. What was a nick in Mahatir’s time, needing a mere Band-Aid, has spread into an incurable cancer.Patriotism, goes the proverb, is the last refuge of the scoundrel. The first refuge of a man charged with swindling billions of public wealth is clearly a stomach-ache. The second refuge is high blood pressure. Between the two, you can always smuggle yourself out of the dreary confines of custody, with mere mosquitoes for company, to the more salubrious environment of a hospital, which is where Koda reached at a brisk pace. The stomach-ache is key to this life-enhancing, if not quite life-saving, switch. High blood pressure, regretfully, can be measured and lowered. A stomach can always ache at will, swerving away from the locational probes of a doctor, particularly in a well-nourished stomach.In any case, time, and a generous bank balance, tends to soften the discomforts of incarceration. If the cash flow is supportive, a prison can even become a health ashram, with badminton thrown in as an optional extra. You never know: with diet control and regular morning walks that stomach might never need to ache again. It is not the health of Womaniser Nazri that should be our concern, but that of a more fragile entity called democracy.Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz wants a royal commission of inquiry (RCI) to be set up to determine whether an act of prostitution took place in the recently-released sex video that allegedly features Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.The minister in the Prime Minister’s Department said the RCI was also needed to determine whether or not the man in the video was the de facto opposition leader. Anwar has denied he is the man in the grainy 21-minute black-and-white video clip, first shown on March 21 to selected journalists.“Prostitution is illegal in Malaysia. If you participate, or you are aiding and abetting in prostitution, if you patronise prostitutes for sex, this is a crime.“The RCI would be to determine the identity of the man in the video and of the woman he was having sex with, whether she was a prostitute,” said Nazri.

But section 372 (1) of the Penal Code states that it is only a crime if a person “sells, lets for hire… procures, buys or hires or otherwise obtains possession of” any person with the intention of employing, or using that same person for the purpose of prostitution.
The section states that it is also a crime to utilise “deceitful means” to assist in bringing a person in Malaysia for the purpose of prostitution.
Sections 372a and 372b state that it is a crime to live off the earnings of the prostitution of another person and it is also against the law to solicit for the purpose of prostitution.
The Penal Code does not say that it is illegal for an individual to engage in sex with a prostitute in Malaysia.
“There is a moral issue here. Anwar aspires to be prime minister of Malaysia… we cannot have a tainted prime minister, that is why we need to identify the person in the video… if it is Anwar, what would you think of him?” said Nazri.
A man and a woman are seen at an unidentified location in this still image from the now-removed controversial YouTube video.Elaborating further, the minister said today an RCI on the sex video was necessary to satisfy public interest.
“If the public is satisfied with the findings, then there would be no need for the RCI. But if there is an element of doubt, then RCI is needed.
“RCI is needed for anything of public interest, to clear up any issue of public interest,” Nazri said.
But the de facto law minister cautioned that the RCI would only be needed if the public was not satisfied with the findings of the ongoing police investigations.
“We have to first wait for the police to complete investigations, to identify the man in the video,” he said.
He said the Cabinet had decided to allow the police to complete the investigations first before pushing for an RCI.
Two weeks ago, a mysterious “Datuk T” had screened a video purportedly showing Anwar having sex with an unidentified woman.
Former Malacca Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Thamby Chik, businessman Datuk Shazryl Eskay Abdullah and Perkasa treasurer-general Datuk Shuib Lazim then claimed responsibility for the video, saying they screened the video to show “a man who wants to be prime minister is not qualified.”
A 107-second snippet surfaced on the Internet on Sunday, just two days after police said the video was not doctored.
It made public part of the video that was only screened to select individuals and reporters prior to this but the clip has since been taken down from YouTube for violating the video site’s policy on nudity and sexual content.
PKR has claimed that the clip proved the man in the video was not their de facto leader and repeated their demand that the trio be arrested for pornography.
When asked whether the “Datuk T” trio should be the ones charged for committing a crime, Nazri quickly responded by saying that that was a “separate issue.”
“If the three people committed the offence, that will be up to the police to decide on after they wrap up their investigations,” said the veteran Umno MP.
DAP lawmaker and veteran lawyer Karpal Singh said recently that the “Datuk T” trio could be charged under section 292 of the Penal Code and section 5 of the Film Censorship Act for allegedly distributing obscene material as well as criminal defamation and criminal intimidation.Angels of Death in Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)REAMORE Malaysia and India are Partners in Crime from Emergingsexualised politicking to Emerging Corruption and Emerging Humiliation

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