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Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu brought discipline to the MIC after taking over the reins in 1979, and there is still a need for the president to continue to lead the party, which currently has more than 700,000 members in 4,000 branches, says Datuk G. Palanivel.
B>M/B>ORE than 1,000 primary school pupils had the opportunity to hike up the Cangkat Sungai Ara 2 trail in Penang with the first South-East Asian to scale the world's Seven Summits, the highest peaks on the world's seven con-tinents.
MIC vice-president Datuk G. Palanivel has been officially endorsed as the party's choice for the deputy president's post.
Using a computer is the norm in most places of business these days.
Save money for rainy days - this is the advice of pensioner Salleh Alang Mat Abas to the gainfully employed.
B>B/B>AGAN Dalam assemblyman P.K. Subbaiyah is all for further development in Butterworth town.
Students in Tamil schools do not often get exposed to English language materials, like the newspaper. So, MIC Youth's sponsorship of Star-NiE to SJK(T) Tan Sri Dato' Manikavasaigam comes as a boon to the school's English teachers.
The Taman Templer constituency began life as a rubber estate in the 70s, and despite rapid development over the past 20 years, has managed to retain many of its green lungs.
TWENTY-THREE Nesa Cooperative (Koperasi Nesa Pelbagai Bhd) shareholders have reasons to rejoice after their 21-year investment in a group land scheme in Gurun are giving them 10-fold profits.