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‘Day care centre’ in Johor Baru

JOHOR BARU: Plans are underway to set up a “day care centre” for troubled Indian students to undergo counselling and to be monitored so that they do not mix with bad hats after schooling hours.

Dr Subramaniam signing a plaque to launch the Special Implementation Task Force centre in Taman Mutiara Mas in Johor Baru. — Bernama

Anti-bullying campaign to focus on Indian students

KUALA LUMPUR: An anti-bullying campaign focusing on Indian students will be launched in the Klang Valley’s national and Tamil schools this month.

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NGO to launch anti-bullying campaign in schools

Pertubuhan Aduan Rakyat Malaysia will be launching an anti-bullying campaign that focuses on Indian students in the Klang Valley.

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Kamalanathan: No racialism in removal of food caterer

GEORGE TOWN: An Indian food caterer’s contract was terminated for administrative reasons and not over the issue of syariah compliance as claimed.

Day care centres for troubled students in schools

KUALA LUMPUR: Day care centres in secondary schools for students who come from non-conducive home environments are being planned.

Building character through sports

AFTER three days of battling it out on the field, the Teluk Intan Stars emerged as champions among a field of 32 teams at the EWRF Malaysia-Civil Society Intervention (CSI) National Netball Tournament.

The Teluk Intan Stars with their trophies and medals after winning the netball tournament.

Special grants for students

XIAMEN University Malaysia is offering special grants of up to 100 percent for Bumiputra and Indian students.

Indian techies, IT firms fret as Trump orders US visa review

President Donald Trump's review of the visa programme has prompted thousands of foreign workers already in the United States or applying for visas to work there to re-think their plans.

President Donald Trump's (pic) review of the visa programme has prompted thousands of foreign workers already in the United States or applying for visas to work there to re-think their plans. — Reuters

Be proud of being Malaysian and not just race

From RATHI THEVI PRAGASAM of Stoke-on-Trent, England.

Leaders hail blueprint to push community forward

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Indian leaders have welcomed a 10-year blueprint to improve the lot of the community, saying all in the country should take pride.

Historic moment: Najib flanked by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and MIC president Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam at the launch of the Malaysian Indian Blueprint at the Putra World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur. – IZZRAFIQ ALIAS / The Star
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