Selected excerpts from the live update page at:http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/169375
7.50am: Masjid Jamek - There is heavy police presence in the vicinity of the mosque. The road in front of the mosque has been sealed off.
7.45am: Masjid Negara - A dozen FRU jeeps and a water cannon truck are stationed at the Jalan Keretapi roundabout opposite the Kuala Lumpur Syariah Court complex. No roadblocks are visible, but there are many police personnel in the area.
8am: Jalan Bukit Bintang - The streets of the tourist trap areas in Bukit Bintang are still empty, save for a few cars and jaywalker. Unlike the other known assembly points for protesters, there are minimal police presence. Umno Youth is expected to rally here at 1.30pm.
8.25am: Sogo - The Sogo shopping complex on Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman now looks like a police base. More than 10 police trucks and 100 police personnel are spotted. There is another roadblock here, and every vehicle is being inspected. [See video]
8.30am: Kampung Baru - Nine Bersih 2.0 supporters are nabbed and packed into one of the two police trucks parked near the Kampung Baru mosque. The road to the mosque has been cordoned off.
8.50am: Dataran Merdeka - Police has cordoned off Dataran Merdeka. More than six FRU trucks, including a water cannon truck is being parked here.
Along Jalan Tun Perak, near the Masjid Jamek station, more than a dozen FRU trucks and a water cannon truck were spotted. The area is a favourite haunt of anti-government protestors in the past.
An estimated 300 FRU and other police personnel are stationed within the vicinity.
"Nobody can enter this area," said a uniformed policeman when the reporter tried to enter the area surrounding Dataran Merdeka. [See video]
9.00am: Stadium Merdeka - The route to the stadium from Jalan Maharajalela is being blocked with a barbwire barricade. Journalists who wish to enter the area must registered with the police.
9.05am: KL Sentral - Police are inspecting the bags
of a group of PAS supporters from Kelantan.
9.15am: DBKL - About 60 police personnel and ten police trucks spotted at the T-junction in front of City Hall.
Some clashes are expected to take place with Bersih 2.0 supporters who are also marching to the stadium.
While there are no roadblocks nearby, a handful of plainclothes policemen are seen loitering about holding their walkie talkies tight.
9.45am: Masjid Negara - At least 1,000 Bersih 2.0 have gathered near the former KTM headquarters and are chanting slogans.
9.50am: Masjid Negara - An elderly man approaching the national mosque with the intention of praying has been turned away by the authorities. Bersih 2.0 supporters at the old railway station is growing.
10am: Masjid Jamek - Police are seen randomly checking the bags of people
in the Masjid Jamek LRT station vicinity.
"They asked me to open my bag and asked me where I came from," says a middle-aged Malay man who was stopped by the police for a check.
However the cops did not find anything suspicious in his bag and let him go.
Masjid Negara - At the old railway station at Jln Sultan Hishamuddin, a 70 year-old man wearing a Pakatan Rakyat vest and serban was arrested
along with two helpers after he insisted on going to the national mosque for prayers. The three of them are led off in a police jeep.
Masjid Kg Baru - The surroundings of Jalan Abdullah, Jalan Raja Alang and the masjid are calm with light traffic.
No Bersih supporters or leaders are in sight. The police seem to have the area under control.
10.05am: Masjid Negara - The crowd in the area is rapidly growing. There are now more than 1,000 people, facing off with about 400 police personnel.
No one is allowed inside the national mosque except the police. About 10 police trucks are parked nearby.
10.10am: Sogo - As a steady stream of shoppers enter the mall oblivious to the heavy police presence, one man is seen being whisked away in a police truck. Sogo appears to be the only mall open for business in the vicinity.
10.21am: KLCC - Bersih tweets that there is a police clash with supporters. Gas canisters used, it says. Malaysiakini is trying to verify the report.
Soon after, the police nab another four young women clad in tudung as well as three men. All of them are not wearing yellow
10:35am: Stadium Merdeka - Police have set up barbed wire barricades
at the two ends of Jalan Stadium, keeping both pedestrians and vehicles out.
However, some 20 press personnel are camped out in front of the stadium.
10.43am: Sogo - Another three men, carrying backpacks, are picked up from around the area.