This week brings you the best dramas

I can't recall when was the last time I bought a newpaper for myself. Grabbed a copy of The Star after my lunch today. Read this news about Tamilnadu’s famed comedian Vivek received a surprise call from Putrajaya granting his request to meet former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Vivek who has been wanting to meet Tun Mahathir for the past three years described it as a dream came true. This piece of news placed on top as today's highlight at The Star online.

Meanwhile, the issues that matter most to Malaysian voters made their headlines of the newspaper today. Based on a survey, it was revealed that 96% of respondents were concerned with the rising cost of consumer goods, while 88% said they were worried about the incidents of crime in the country. That reminds me of Sharlinie who is still out there. It has been more than a month now since she went missing on 9 Jan 2008. Let's not stop looking for her. We can't affort to be part of the blame for another Nurin tragedy. I hope and pray for the 5-yer-old to be found soon. Alive.

And, this week is going to be hectic with the burning election fever. The parliament might get dissolved tomorrow. "Since nobody wants No. 13, I take it," PM said earlier when asked if he will dissoved the parliament on 13th February as it favors the election to be held in March. If the parliament to be dissolved tomorrow, then there might be no one to usher the peaceful gesture of handing of red and yellow roses to the Prime Minister on 16th February by the childrend of Hindraf supporters together with their parents. There will be also simultaneous ’show of love’ in major cities in the world such as London, New York and LA in conjunction with the valentine rose rally planned end of this week in KL. Malaysiakini has more of the story.

Meanwhile, more of fresh line ups for the 12th General Election will be made public soon. Nurul Izzah, the eldest daughter of PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim, is slated to contest the Lembah Pantai seat in Kuala Lumpur. DAP has named a blogger, lecturer and political scientists to be their new faces. MIC President is yet to introduce his new team which might be full young and fresh candidates to rebrand the party to fight the growing challenges. It's not long before we get to know who stepping in and out.

In short, it's going to be a week that will make up huge headlines on newspapers and international medias. Enjoy it :)

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