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Palanivel: I will not allow third party to run MIC

PETALING JAYA: MIC president Datuk Seri G. Palanivel has rejected a proposal for a Barisan Nasional secretariat to intervene and clean up the party, adding that he will not allow a “third party” to run MIC.

'MIC leadership must take responsibility for poor result'

PETALING JAYA: The MIC leadership has been asked to take responsibility for the party's dismal performance in the recent general election.

MIC: we need to change our approach and leadership

PETALING JAYA: The Indian community has given a clear signal that MIC needs to change, MIC youth national information chief Punithan Paramsiven said.

‘MIC must field high-calibre candidates’

PUTRAJAYA: MIC has to rethink its strategies to survive the coming general election by fielding the right candidates to regain the seats that it lost to the Opposition in the last two elections, say political researchers.

Former MIC members fail to initiate judicial review against RoS

KUALA LUMPUR: Former MIC strategic director K. Ramalingam and seven former party members failed to get leave from a High Court to initiate a judicial review proceedings against the Registrar of Societies (RoS).

MIC to convene emergency CWC meeting on June 18, says Palanivel (updated)

KUALA LUMPUR: MIC has convened an emergency Central Working Committee (CWC) meeting to discuss issues related to branch, division, presidential and national elections, president Datuk Seri G. Palanivel said here.

GE13: MIC fields local boy to wrest back Teluk Kemang

KUALA LUMPUR: MIC will be fielding “local boy” Datuk V.S. Mogan for the Teluk Kemang parliamentary seat in a bid to win back the party’s traditional stronghold.

MIC: Palanivel suspends Sakthivel, Jaspal and Mogan

KUALA LUMPUR: MIC president Datuk Seri G. Palanivel has suspended A. Sakthivel, Senator Datuk Jaspal Singh and Datuk V. Mogan's membership from the party for 12 months with immediate effect.

It’s do-or-die in fight for MIC posts

After months, if not years, of internal unrest, battle lines are being drawn in MIC in what will be a ‘do-or-die’ battle between the opposing factions.

Committee comprising only MIC members to oversee re-elections

PUTRAJAYA: MIC will hold re-elections with an independent committee comprising only its members to oversee the polls.