Sunday, July 5, 2009

Kes Mahkamah Bermula: Manohara Hutang Tengku Fakhry RM972,750


Dua saman telah di’kemukakan oleh Tengku Muhammad Fakhry siang tadi yang menuntut taat setia dan hutang bernilai hampir RM1 juta.

Dalam saman yang menuntut sejumlah wang itu, Tengku Muhammad Fakhry mendakwa Manohara meminjam sejumlah wang untuk membeli jam tangan jenama Audemars Piguet bernilai RM174,000.

Lebihan wang yang di’tuntut oleh Tengku Muhammad Fakhry adalah wang yang di’pinjam Manohara untuk kegunaan peribadi & ibunya.

Manohara memberitahu media Indonesia dia didera suaminya secara fizikal dan seksual sepanjang berada di negara ini. Anehnya, sehingga hari ini tiada sebarang tindakan undang-undang di’ambil.

Yang ada hanyalah penerbitan sebuah sinetron berjudul ‘Manohara’ yang akan mula di’tayangkan tidak lama lagi. Sumber: mStar Online
Audemars Piguet

Audemars Piguet began in 1875 when Jules Audemars, then 23, and Edward-August Piguet, 21, met in the Valle de Jous looking for jobs in the local watchmaking industry. Audemars was the watchmaker in charge of production, and Piguet took charge of sales and marketing. Successful from the beginning, the Audemars Piguet trademark was registered in 1882, and the firm was officially founded later in 1889. Today, Audemars Piguet is the oldest Manufacture still owned and operated by its founding families.

In 1972, the company made the daring choice to launch the world's first high-end sports watches in steel: the Royal Oak.

Audemars Piguet's history is marked with many landmark records and world firsts-- the first wristwatch with tourbillon and mechanical winding, the smallest self-winding watch with perpetual calendar, the Dual Time, the Ladies Minute Repeater Chiming watch, to name a few.

In addition, only Audemars Piguet makes and sells all twelve of these complex timepieces--Chronographs, tourbillon regulators, chiming repeaters, time-zone displays, the Star Wheel mechanism, the equation of time and the sun's race through the heavens, a large-date calendar, power-reserve and moon-phase indicators, annual and perpetual calendars, and the intricate Grande Complicati

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