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Saturday, April 11, 2009

Remaja Menyamar Polis Ditahan

NIBONG TEBAL - Seorang daripada empat remaja lelaki yang menyamar sebagai anggota polis dan pergi ke rumah kongsi di perumahan Kemenyan Jawi Jaya di sini bagi memeras ugut ditahan.

Ketua Polis Daerah Seberang Perai Selatan, Supritendan Shafien Mamat berkata, suspek berusia 17 tahun bersama tiga rakannya telah pergi ke rumah kongsi itu pukul 11 malam 5 April lalu.

"Pekerja asing yang menyedari empat remaja itu menyamar terus mengepung mereka dan menghubungi polis.

"Polis yang tiba dapat menahan seorang daripada remaja itu," kata beliau semalam.

Beliau berkata, tiga lagi rakan remaja yang berasal dari Butterworth itu melarikan diri dengan menunggang dua buah motosikal.

Shafien berkata, bersama remaja yang ditahan itu, polis menemui topi mempunyai lambang polis dipercayai digunakan oleh suspek untuk menyamar.

Remaja yang ditahan itu direman bagi membantu siasatan berkaitan kes menyamar sebagai penjawat awam.

Dalam serbuan lain, Shafien berkata, polis menahan seorang lelaki di Sungai Bakap di sini dipercayai terlibat dalam beberapa kes curi kenderaan di negeri ini dan beberapa negeri lain.

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Penduduk Bingung Bil Air Tinggi

PASIR PUTEH - Hampir 1,000 penduduk sekitar jajahan ini bingung kerana terpaksa menanggung bebanan caj bayaran bil air yang tinggi sehingga dua kali ganda setiap bulan berikutan bekalan air bercampur angin.

Penduduk terbabit mendakwa masalah tersebut dipercayai berlaku akibat tekanan udara mampat pada saluran paip yang memberi kesan kepada bacaan meter selepas berlaku gangguan bekalan air.

Selain itu, mereka juga mendakwa turut menghadapi masalah bekalan air yang sering kali terputus sejak dua minggu lalu.

Mereka yang terlibat terutama peniaga kecil yang menjual air minuman, makanan basah seperti kuih-muih dan nasi berkata, caj bil itu tinggi dipercayai berpunca daripada meter (sukat guna) yang berpusing laju akibat ditolak udara mampat dalam saluran paip selepas bekalan air dipulihkan.

Seorang peniaga, Khairuddin Muhamad, 44, dari Kampung Kelubi dekat sini mendakwa beliau terpaksa membayar bil air sehingga RM160 sebulan berbanding sebelum ini hanya antara RM60 dan RM100.

"Bil terbaru yang saya terima ini sebanyak RM180. Ia tidak munasabah berbanding penggunaannya yang sering terputus bekalan.

"Kadang-kadang saya dengar angin daripada paip dan kadar kelajuan air yang keluar perlahan, berkeladak dengan warna kemerah-merahan,'' katanya ketika ditemui semalam.

Tambah beliau, kualiti air yang tidak memuaskan itu dikhuatiri membahayakan pengguna dan siasatan perlu dilakukan oleh pihak berkenaan untuk meningkatkan kualiti bekalan air.

Beberapa minggu lalu, jelasnya, beliau terpaksa mendapatkan air perigi dari rumah jiran yang berdekatan untuk memasak dan membasuh.

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How to Ask Question Intelligently

Just how do you ask a question that not only appears intelligent but also results in an answer that satisfies the knowledge you are seeking? Here are some tips for asking more open-minded and informed questions that will help not only you but others to comprehend information placed before you, as well as extracting more information useful to you.

1. Start with something simple. Asking something simple first lets the information provider know that you are about to state your opinion but that you fully realize that you do not comprehend the whole story and that you are hoping they can fill in some gaps. For example, "Have you heard about the latest modifications to the Farm Bill?"

2. Define exactly what it is you want to know. Before you pose a question, it is important to have a concept of what is unclear about the information in your head, otherwise you risk creating confusion and not getting an answer that satisfies what you seek to know.

* Don't ask: "Can you tell me more about droughts in the Southwest?"
* Ask: "I've heard people saying that recent droughts in the Southwest are due to global warming, but others say it's just part of a natural cycle. Which do you think it is?"

3. Never ask a question in an aggressive manner. This indicates that you are only asking the question to prove to the other person that you are right and they are wrong, meaning that you are argumentative and not open-minded. Ask because you are genuinely interested. Otherwise, you will receive a defensive and less than helpful response.

* Don't ask: "Isn't it true that more people would be well-fed if we ate grains directly rather than feeding it to animals and eating their meat?"
* Ask: "Many vegetarians argue that there'd be more food available if society didn't invest in meat production. The argument seems to make sense, but do you know of any arguments on the flip side?"

4. Lay your concepts or ideas and assumptions on the table. Take care to make sure that the other person is fully aware of exactly what your current thinking is and why you think it. You can do this by stating who you are and what field you are working in, studying or researching. You do not have to be studying a course - anything about which you are passionate and spend much time learning about is "study" or "research".

5. Ask politely and second-guess carefully. You are seeking information to fill a gap in your knowledge and here is the person who may have the answer, so be polite! If appropriate, if you do not really feel comfortable with the response or feel that it does not respond to what you have asked, proceed gently by asking how they know this information. Ask what the general trend is that would short cut a path to that knowledge, meaning that you are seeking the tools to answer the questions yourself from this point onwards.

6. Be gracious. If you find the information provider is beginning to feel uncomfortable and maybe out of their depth, do not press the issues. Unless you are questioning in a professional capacity as a journalist, Senator or a lawyer, it is rare that a public grilling amounts to any good under most situations. As a member of the public or a student in class, you are seeking information, not a roasting. Back down and thank them. Often there will be time afterwards to chase them up and discuss things privately. Even if you are trying to extract information in the public interest, intelligent questioning will gather much information towards a good campaign.


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How To Detect Lies

Watching facial expressions in order to determine whether a person is lying might just save you from being a victim of fraud, or it could help you figure out when somebody's being genuine. Jury analysts do this when assisting in jury selection. The police do this during an interrogation. You have to learn the little facial and body expressions that can help you distinguish a lie from the truth.

1. Learn to recognize deflections. Usually when people are lying, they will tell stories that are true but are deliberately aimed at not answering the question you asked. If a person responds to the question "Did you ever hit your wife?" with an answer such as "I love my wife, why would I do that?", the suspect is technically telling a truth, but they are avoiding answering your original question, which usually means they're lying.

2. Notice the behavior of other body parts. Watch their hands, arms and legs, which tend to be limited, stiff, and self-directed when the person is lying. Their hands may touch their face, ear, or the back of the neck. These are, however, a sign of nervousness, not a sign of deceit. They might not necessarily be nervous because they're lying.

3. Look out for microexpressions. Microexpressions are facial expressions that flash on a person's face for a fraction of a second and reveal the person's true emotion underneath their facade. Some people may be naturally sensitive to them, but almost anybody can easily train to be able to detect microexpressions. Typically, in a person who is lying, their microexpression will exhibit the emotion of distress, characterized by the eyebrows being draw upwards towards the middle of the forehead (sometimes causing short lines to appear across the forehead skin).

4. Check for sweating. People tend to sweat more when they lie. (However, some people may sweat a lot more during nervousness/shyness.)

5. Mind exaggerated details. See if they are telling you too much, like "My mom is living in France, isn't it nice there? Don't you like the Eiffel tower? It's so clean there." Too many details may tip you off to their desperation to get you to believe them.

6. Notice the person's eye movements. Contrary to popular belief, a liar does not always avoid eye contact. Humans naturally break eye contact and look at non-moving objects to help them focus and remember. Liars may deliberately make eye contact to seem more sincere.

7. Be aware of their emotional responses
* Timing and duration tends to be off when someone is lying. Emotions can be delayed, remain longer than usual, then stop suddenly. Likewise, they might not match appropriately with verbal statements. And, as with smiling, facial expressions of a poor liar will be limited to the mouth area.
* Pay close attention to the person's reaction to your questions. A liar will often feel uncomfortable and turn their head or body away, or even subconsciously put an object between the two of you. Also, while an innocent person would go on the offensive (usually responding with anger, which will usually be revealed in a microexpression directly after you say you don't believe them), a guilty person will often go immediately on the defensive (usually by saying something to reassure their facts, such as deflections).

8. Listen for a subtle delay in responses to questions. An honest answer comes quickly from memory. Lies require a quick mental review of what they have told others to avoid inconsistency and to make up new details as needed.

9. Be conscious of their usage of words. Verbal expression can give many clues as to whether a person is lying, such as:

* Using/repeating your own exact words when answering a question
* Not using contractions
* Avoiding direct statements or answers (deflections)
* Speaking excessively in an effort to convince
* Speaking in a monotonous tone
* Leaving out pronouns (he, she, it, etc.)
* Speaking in muddled sentences
* Using humor and sarcasm to avoid the subject

10. Allow silence to enter the conversation.
* If they're lying, they will become uncomfortable if you stare at them for a while with a look of disbelief. If they're telling the truth, they will usually become angry or just frustrated (lips pressed together, brows down, upper eyelid tensed and pulled down to glare).

11. Change the subject quickly. While an innocent person would be confused by the sudden shift in the conversation and may try to return to the previous subject, a liar will be relieved and welcome the change. You may see the person become more relaxed and less defensive.

12. Watch his or her throat. A person may constantly be either trying to lubricate their throat when he/she lies by swallowing or clearing their throat to relieve the tension built up. A person's voice can also be a good lie indicator; they may suddenly start talking faster or slower than normal, or their tension may result in a higher-pitched speaking tone.

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How To Read Body Language

Understanding body language is a skill that can enhance your life. You can know what a person thinks and feels by examining their subconscious body language. This article will help hone this social advantage you can gain over people in your life. You must watch from head to toe to see their actions.

1. Gauge how close someone is to you. The closer they are, the warmer their opinions are of you. The farther away that someone is, the less they care. It is worth noting that personal space is culturally fluid; be aware that what is considered close in one country is far away in another.

2. Watch their head position.

* Overly tilted heads are a potential sign of sympathy. Alternatively, the person is trying to convince you of their honesty.
* Lowered heads indicate a reason to hide something. Take note if someone lowers their head. If it is when he is complimented, he may be shy, ashamed, timid, keeping distance from the other person, in disbelief, or thinking to himself. If it is after an explanation, then he may be unsure if what he said was correct.
o It should be noted that some cultures see this as a sign of respect.
* Cocked heads mean that they are confused or challenging you, depending on eye, eyebrow, and mouth gestures.

3. Look into their eyes.

* Liars will consecutively look at you and look away a number of times. You can actually learn specifically how to observe behavior to judge whether someone is lying.
* People who look away while supposedly listening to you are thinking about something else. This is why when you are talking to a group of people, if an item in conversation strikes the one looking away, they will ask for you to repeat the story.
* Some cultures believe that looking at someone in the eyes is a sign of disrespect.
* Auditory learners may look from side-to-side and repeat phrases in an effort to retain information.

4. See if they're mirroring you. Mirroring is another common gesture. If someone mirrors, or mimics your appearance, this is a very genuine sign that they are interested in you.

5. Check their arms.

* People with crossed arms are closing themselves to social influence. The worst thing that you can do to people with crossed arms is to challenge them in one way or another, no matter how they react. This annoys them. Though some people just cross their arms as a habit, it may indicate that the person is (slightly) reserved, uncomfortable with their weight (therefor trying to hide it), or just trying to hide something on their shirt.
* If someone rests their arms behind their neck, they are open to what is being discussed and interested in listening more. They may be waiting to state their opinion on the matter.
* Look at the location of their hands. If their hands are in their pockets, then they are more relaxed and are more likely to be attracted to you.

6. Be aware of nervous gestures:

* If someone brushes their hair back with their fingers, their thoughts about something conflict with yours. They might not voice this. If you see raised eyebrows during this time, you can be pretty sure that they disagree with you.
* If the person wears glasses, and is constantly pushing them up onto their nose again, with a slight frown, that may also indicate they disagree with what you are saying. Look to make sure they push up their glasses with an intent, not casually adjusting them. Look for pushing on the rim with two fingers, or an extra motion of wiggling the side of their glasses. The frown or raised eyebrows should tip you off.
* If they are playing or fiddling with their hair (a girl may twirl a lock of her tresses around a finger), they are feeling self-conscious and possibly uncomfortable.
* If someone is biting their lip, they are anticipating something or holding back.
* Lowered eyebrows and squinted eyes illustrate an attempt at understanding what is being said or going on. It's usually skeptical. (Or maybe they have a problem seeing things e.g. short-sightedness, astigmatism...)

7. Watch their feet:

* A fast tapping, shifting of weight, or movement of the foot will most often mean that the person is excited, nervous, scared, or intimidated.
* Slowly shifting weight usually means that someone is distracted, uncomfortable, or bored.

8. The eyes play a very important part:

* Dilated pupils mean that the person is interested. Keep in mind, however, that alcohol causes pupils to dilate, as does cocaine, amphetamines, MDMA and LSD. Don't mistake having a few drinks for attraction.
* Looking to the side means that the person feels guilty.

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How to Ask a Girl Out

Asking a girl out is no easy feat, especially when you're a little shy, and you don't want to ruin your chances with what feels like the girl of your dreams. But there comes a time when you have to step up and be bold, or forever wonder what if. Read these guidelines, draw some courage, and ask her out!

1. Approach the girl you like. Say "hi" or "hey" and ask her a question or give her a compliment. It can be scary, but it's really pretty simple. If starting conversations is not your strong point, read these articles:

* How to Talk to Strangers
* How to Come Up with Good Conversation Topics

2. Flirt a little! Relax, crack a joke, and break the touch barrier (see How to Touch a Girl).

3. Gauge her interest. Take notice of eye contact, smiling, laughter, and enthusiasm in her responses. Read her body language.

* Notice if she touches you more often than what friends do (she's constantly trying to touch your hand or something). If she finds excuses to do so, then you're probably on the right track. But conversely, don't assume that just because she isn't touching you that she doesn't like you. She may be too nervous to touch you yet.
* Observe how she looks at you. If she likes you, she will either hold it for a long time or pull away immediately. Either of these could mean that she likes you. If she pulls away quickly, it means she is nervous but she still likes you. If you happen to glance at the girl and you see her staring back at you, then this means that she likes you, although she may quickly dart her head in a different direction.

4. Pop the question. "Hey, why don't you come to the movies with me this weekend?" (It doesn't have to be the movies - it can be anything you're interested in, and that you think she'll enjoy too.)

* Another good way to ask is "I heard about this movie, _______. What do you think about it?" If she says she'd like to see it, ask if she'd want to see it with you. If she says "As in a date?", don't be afraid to say yes. If she doesn't say that, just make a time, turn up and treat it like a date and she'll get the drift.

5. Keep your cool if she says no. Respond gracefully, like "No problem! Maybe another time. I'll see you around, OK?" And go about your business - there are other fish in the sea!

* Another way to go about doing it is to bail before she has a chance to respond. See How to Sweep a Girl off Her Feet.

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How To Find Out if a Girl Likes You

1. If she sits next to you, move a little closer, into her personal space, but not too much. If she doesn't scoot away, she probably likes you.
2. When she is talking to you, have a friend of yours say hi to her. If she briefly says hi back to him/her then starts talking with you again like she wasn't even interrupted, there's a good chance she likes you.
3. Get a group of people (including her, of course) around you and ask them who they like. When you come to her, it'll seem natural that you're asking her. If she says "Nobody!" and giggles, she probably likes you.
4. If when you ask her simple questions, she not only answers them, but follows up her answer with a comment to keep the conversation going, she probably likes you.
5. Ask the guy that sits next to you to watch her as you walk up to the front of the classroom. Make sure she notices you. When you sit back down, ask the guy if she did anything such as stare at you or giggle to one of her friends while looking/pointing at you. If any of this happened, she may like you.
6. Ask her where she likes to hang out, as if you eventually wanted to ask her out, and if she gets real excited, she probably likes you.
7. Drop something like your pencil case or binder. If she takes the initiative to help you or doesn't laugh at it when everyone else is laughing and stands up for you, she probably likes you.
8. If she looks in your eyes for a second but then quickly turns away
9. If she smiles at everything you say or laughs at things that aren't even really funny she probably likes you

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How to Talk to Girl You Like for the First Time

1. It's all about confidence! Maintain the attitude that she is lucky that you like her (make sure you are making her laugh, and in a nice way)--and if she doesn't see that she is lucky--well, there are plenty of girls who will. If you are not that confident, or you are shy, you should work on this dilemma by trying the ideas with some girls who are not your special crush. Learn the process with some nice girls who are friendly, and are not too scary.

2. Work up to that special one when you have had some good results with this process (and feel like it). Having butterflies in your tummy, and a catch or shake in your voice is fine; just don't give up or fall back just because it makes you feel shaky: that is actually a sign that she is impressive to you--tell her that she impresses you if you want to. Be prepared to tell "what and why" you notice her (to show that you mean it)...

3. Compliment her: Tell her she has a beautiful smile or beautiful eyes, but do not say something that is not true. And--don't say them one after the other! (It is highly recommended that you must talk about other things before complimenting or else it feels awkward)

4. Girls like it when boys try to defend them when someone makes fun of them or threatens them. However, in other settings like a workplace or college, these things would rarely occur.

5. In most cases, if you pick on her and pretend you hate her, then she will never like you. She'll think that you do not like her, so she won't like you.

6. Girls feel at home when you talk to them honestly and openly, so try doing that.

7. NEVER say to a girl that she is hot, it might make her very uncomfortable--like an object; say she is pretty or beautiful instead.

8. Give her your phone number, MySpace, IM, etc. when you know each other well enough

9. If she asks if she looks bad or stupid, say no, NO MATTER WHAT YOU THINK. Never pause and think though that makes her think your lying

10. Don't talk about just boy stuff like the details about football or something else in which she's show no interest. But don't talk about really girlie stuff either or else she'll think you're gay. Try finding a neutral zone to talk about what kinds and why she likes movies, cars, foods, animals--see which ones of those she likes, ask "how" or "why not," etc.--and school, her friends (mostly) or straight music (not really weird stuff) or anything like that. Just let her set the pace and get her started and you listen closely. Listen twice as much as you talk. Show an interest in her interests--ask questions--like "who or what", when and where, "how or why"--but don't interrogate her like a spy--or like it is a fill-in-the-blank test. Be casual about it. Let it work, let if sorta flow naturally... from one thing to another. Ask about things that you like, but not to just argue! Don't be too picky (hard to get along with) or too silly (and don't grin too much...). Be more natural... relax a little, but lean toward her a little bit, and be open to her ideas, to show interest.

11. As a last tip, NEVER ACT DESPERATE!!! Acting desperate freaks her out.

12. When you're alone with a girl and she wants to be kissed, she will make eye contact and then move her gaze briefly down to your lips. She will then move her eyes back up to meet yours and smile demurely. She probably won't be really obvious about it, so you have to look for it without being really weird.

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