ASET PKNS MUNGKIN DIJUAL UNTUK TAMPUNG PERLUASAN OPERASI PKNS

  • In Malaysia visit, Obama revisits the ‘Asia pivot’
    In Malaysia visit, Obama revisits the ‘Asia pivot’

    As the excitement swells ahead of US President Barack Obama’s visit to Malaysia this weekend – if not on the closed-off streets of Kuala Lumpur then at least in the media – there’s also a burgeoning anxiety here inside the Washington beltway that the hope’n’change promised by the so-called “Asia pivot” may need some tempering during this... …

  • PR would have suffered serious losses in 2013 polls if hudud was major issue, says DAP
    PR would have suffered serious losses in 2013 polls if hudud was major issue, says DAP

    Pakatan Rakyat would have suffered devastating setbacks in Perak, Pahang, Negri Sembilan and Melacca if it had made hudud a major issue in last year’s general election, DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang said. The Gelang Patah MP (pic), who had earlier said hudud was never a vote-winner for PAS in previous elections, gave an illustration of how PR... …

  • Court acquits PKR rep, rules not a crime to assemble peacefully
    Court acquits PKR rep, rules not a crime to assemble peacefully

    The Court of Appeal today struck out the charge against Selangor's deputy speaker Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad who was charged under the Peaceful Assembly Act for failing to give police a 10-day notice for a rally last year. A three-man bench led by judge Datuk Mohamad Ariff bin Md Yusof also ruled in a unanimous decision today that Section 9 (5) of... …

  • Assembly law cannot criminalise public gatherings, court rules
    Assembly law cannot criminalise public gatherings, court rules

    PUTRAJAYA, April 25 ― The Court of Appeal today unanimously ruled it unconstitutional to criminalise spontaneous public assemblies in breach of the 10-day notice required under the Peaceful... …

  • Albukhary International University withdraws decision to cease operations – Bernama
    Albukhary International University withdraws decision to cease operations – Bernama

    The Albukhary International University (AiU) in Alor Setar, Kedah has withdrawn its decision to cease operations. Second Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh said the ministry was informed of the matter by the management of AiU through a letter Wednesday. "With that decision, the matter is no longer an issue," he told reporters... …

  • Jalan Bukit Bintang stretch remains closed to traffic
    Jalan Bukit Bintang stretch remains closed to traffic

    The 500m stretch of Jalan Bukit Bintang (Jalan Tun Razak-bound) between Chulan Square and Menara Worldwide will remain closed to all traffic, said Mass Rapid Transit Corporation Sdn Bhd (MRT Corp) today. At 10.42pm last night, a sinkhole appeared at the left lane of Jalan Bukit Bintang, said MRT Corp in a statement released this morning. The... …

SHAH ALAM, 29 Okt (Bernama) -- Menteri Besar Selangor Tan Sri Abdul Khalid

Ibrahim hari ini berkata Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor (PKNS) mungkin

perlu menjual asetnya bagi menampung perluasan operasinya.

Beliau berkata langkah itu perlu dilakukan dalam usaha menjadikan PKNS

sebagai syarikat hartanah terbesar di negara ini.

"Namun, ia terpulang kepada keputusan yang akan dibuat oleh (Lembaga

Pengarah PKNS)," katanya ketika ditemui di majlis jamuan Aidiladha Kumpulan

Media Karangkraf di sini.

Beliau ditanya sama ada pemindahan lima aset PKNS bernilai RM321 juta kepada

sebuah anak syarikat milik penuh PKNS adalah langkah awal untuk penjualan aset

berkenaan.

Abdul Khalid berkata pengurusan PKNS menerima idea untuk memperbesarkan lagi

operasinya memandangkan ia kini ketinggalan berbanding CapitaLand Ltd, pemaju

hartanah dari Singapura yang ditubuhkan selepas PKNS.

-- LAGI

KHALID-PKNS 2 (AKHIR) SHAH ALAM

"Jadi kita mahu PKNS jadi besar. Ini tidak merugikan Selangor ataupun

Malaysia," katanya.

Ditanya sama ada PKNS lebih mementingkan keuntungan daripada melaksanakan

agenda orang Melayu, beliau berkata kaum Melayu merupakan kumpulan terbesar

dalam pengurusan PKNS dan mereka berusaha menjayakan agenda kaum itu dan agenda

negara.

Mengenai cadangan kenaikan sewa lot kedai di Kompleks PKNS di sini, Abdul

Khalid berkata usahawan Bumiputera yang tidak mampu membayar sewa Kompleks PKNS

di sini, akan diberi bantuan.

Ditanya tentang isu bantahan pembinaan kondominium berhampiran Batu Caves,

beliau berkata perkara itu akan dibincang dengan Ahli Majlis Mesyuarat Negeri

bagi melantik satu jawatankuasa khas untuk menangani isu pertikaian kelulusan

pembinaan kondominium itu.

-- BERNAMA

MK NAK ROS

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    MH370 passenger’s partner tells of strange email from sacked Fox officer

    The partner of an American passenger aboard the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has spoken about how a Fox executive who was recently sacked by the news station had contacted her offering to raise funds on her behalf. Sarah Bajc, whose partner Philip Wood is among the 239 people on board the missing plane, told the Sydney Morning Herald... …

  • My last moments with Pa: Ramkarpal Singh The Malaysian Insider
    My last moments with Pa: Ramkarpal Singh

    A week after the tragic crash that took the lives of veteran lawyer and politician Karpal Singh and his personal aide, Michael Cornelius, his son Ramkarpal recounts the final hours with his father that fateful day. This is his story, as told to V. Anbalagan, assistant news editor. “My parents (Karpal and Gurmit) had gone to Pantai Hospital... …

  • In Disney's shadow, homeless families struggle Associated Press
    In Disney's shadow, homeless families struggle

    KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) — When they moved from Georgia to the theme park playground of central Florida four years ago, Anthony and Candice Johnson found work at a barbecue restaurant and a 7-Eleven. Their combined salaries nevertheless fell short of what they needed to rent an apartment, so the couple and their two children have instead been hopping among cheap motel rooms along U.S. 192. …