Wednesday, October 19, 2005

proud of u..

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1. nicol (fighting spirit mcm foo kok keong)
2. dr jemilah mercy (gurl power!!)


Anonymous Op said...

haha jadi blog sms dah ni bang...

10/19/2005 11:15:00 AM  
Blogger spyz said...

ini blog express..
'dijamin entry ekspress'..

10/20/2005 03:46:00 PM  
Blogger spyz said...

PM utus surat penghargaan kepada Nicol

KUALA LUMPUR, 19 Okt. - Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi hari ini mengutuskan surat penghargaan serta ucapan tahniah kepada Nicol David yang menjuarai kejohanan Skuasy Terbuka Britain pada Isnin.

Pegawai di Jabatan Perdana Menteri berkata, Abdullah amat gembira dan berbangga dengan pencapaian Nicol pada kejohanan prestij di Manchester itu.

Katanya dalam surat berkenaan, Perdana Menteri melahirkan penghargaan terhadap kejayaan Nicol dan berharap ratu skuasy negara itu menjadi teladan kepada generasi muda Malaysia dan sedia berkongsi pengalamannya dengan mereka.

``Saya amat tertarik dan berbangga dengan kejayaan Nicol,'' kata Perdana Menteri dalam surat tersebut.

Nicol, yang menduduki ranking ketiga dunia mempamerkan permainan cemerlang sebelum mengalahkan pemain nombor empat dunia, Natalie Grinham 9-6, 9-7, 9-6 untuk muncul sebagai pemain pertama Malaysia dan Asia menjuarai kejohanan itu.

Pada perlawanan separuh akhir, Nicol, 22, mengalahkan pemain nombor satu dunia, Racheal Grinham, yang juga kakak Natalie. - Bernama

10/20/2005 03:53:00 PM  
Blogger spyz said...

Mercy chief Jemilah to head UN team

PETALING JAYA: For the first time, a Malaysian will head the United Nations’ standby team of disaster management professionals in a disaster-stricken country.

Mercy Malaysia president Datuk Dr Jemilah Mahmood has been appointed the UN Disaster Assessment and Coordination (Undac) team leader to coordinate international relief efforts on-site in Bagh, Pakistan.

She will leave for Bagh tonight and will be there for about three weeks.

Dr Jemilah told The Star yesterday that her task was to bring all aid into Bagh and work with the Pakistani government, military and other international organisations.

She said she was up to the challenge, even though it meant spending Hari Raya away from her family.

“After discussing it with my husband, I decided that I should take up the post as I want to fly the Malaysian flag,” she said, adding that the experience would be valuable for Mercy, other relief organisations here and the Government.

Jemilah received training under Undac a year ago and in May was assigned to study the Philippine government’s preparedness for disaster.

The Undac team is funded by member governments and several UN agencies.

These include the Office Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs, UNDP and other operational humanitarian agencies such as the World Food Programme, Unicef and the World Health Organisation.

Upon request from a disaster-stricken country, the Undac team can be deployed within hours to render assistance.

10/20/2005 04:58:00 PM  

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