Friday, December 10, 2010
Tuesday, December 30, 2008
KLANG: Restaurateurs have begun to reduce food prices of local favourites like the roti canai, teh tarik, fruit juices and fried chicken to lure customers.
The customers will now pay between 10 and 50 sen less for the items in most Indian restaurants.
Roti canai is down to 90 sen from RM1.20, while teh tarik is RM1.40 now, compared to RM1.50 earlier.
Malaysian Indian Restaurant Owners Association president Datuk R. Ramalingam Pillai said prices of other dishes would also be reduced in the coming months.
“Our association, which has 1,300 members, decided to bring down the prices to cater to current times,” he said, adding that the reduction did not incur losses for the operators, but merely cut into their profits.
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Close relatives of Dr Yogeswari who were at the site when the body was found, claimed it was that of Mery, based on the bed on which the body was found and a band on the wrist.
Sunday, December 21, 2008
Monday, December 8, 2008
It is realy sad. It happened just before the Aidil Adha. To those affected, please be patient. If I say, I understand how you all feel, I will be lying but I really feel sorry.
I hope things will get better. Two of my office mate also amongst the affected families.
Get the full news on the news colum on top of this blog page.
Thursday, December 4, 2008
I just wish price of consumer goods will also come down. If not, that means trader / businessman / store owner will get the most benefit from the petrol price reduction.
I do not know how the government is going to go about reducing consumer goods price, but I think it is only fair if it happened.
I leave it to the expert.............
Monday, November 10, 2008
I'll be glad if it comes down some more. But even better if other consumer products price also being reduced.
At RM 2.15 a liter now, I still feel the burden of filling up a kapcai at RM10.00. Let's hope it will go down until RM2.00 soon or less.
Hopefully, the price reduction campaign will work. If not, well may be we could make an extra effort to earn more income or maintain minimum expenditure.