“Early this morning, 27 April 2012, Nayati Shamelin Moodliar was abducted a short distance from the Mont’Kiara International School . A police report has been filed, but his whereabouts are still unknown. If you have seen this child, please call the Malaysian Police on 999, or the school on 03 2093 8604. Please spread the message.” Update: “In the abduction of student Nayati Shamelin Moodliar in Mont’Kiara, the auto used was a black Proton Gen 2. The tag number is WNH 1356. There were two Indian male occupants."
Journalist and guest blogger Jehan Mohd was recently in Kuantan for the kick off of the fifth season of the RHB New Straits Times National Spell-It-Right Challenge. On the last day there, she took a trip to Telok Chempedak to catch the sunrise. Little did she expect to see an entire colony of monekys playing on the deserted beach. Her account and photos below. I've always had an affinity for the beach and the sea. Being based in landlocked Kuala Lumpur, I tend to go a little nuts whenever I do get to go to a beach. So when I was assigned to cover the SIR Challenge in Kuantan, I immediately thought that the beach was a definite stop I had to make. And that's how I came to be at Telok Chempedak at sunrise on my last morning in Kuantan. Sunrise at the main beach at Telok Chempedak A glimpse of the more secluded beach The more secluded beach has more rocks Sea shell, sea shell on the seashore Rocky terrain of the more secluded beach Awe-inspiring beauty