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Hindraf wants Heritage Dept to save Brickfields ashram

HINDRAF chairman P. Waytha Moorthy has sent out an urgent call to the National Heritage Department to stop the proposed re-development of the Swami Vivekananda Ashram in Brickfields, reported Tamil Nesan.

Waytha hands in resignation letter

PUTRAJAYA: Hindraf chairman P. Waytha Moorthy (pic) has resigned from his position as Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) confirmed.

PMO confirms Waytha Moorthy’s resignation

PUTRAJAYA: Hindraf chairman P. Waytha Moorthy has resigned from his position as Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) confirmed.

Hindraf chairman media-shy over reports of his resignation

PETALING JAYA: Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) chairman P. Waytha Moorthy continues to evade the media following reports that he is relinquishing all his positions in the Government and the Senate today.

Waytha Moorthy to resign from all government posts

PETALING JAYA: Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) chairman P. Waytha Moorthy (pic) is resigning from all his government positions and vacating his Senate seat tomorrow.

MIC: Waytha's resignation is of no significance

PETALING JAYA: Hindraf chairman P. Waytha Moorthy’s resignation as a deputy minister will not make much of a difference to both the MIC and the Indian community, MIC treasurer-general Datuk S. Murugesan (pic) said.

Hindraf: Waytha Moorthy to quit as deputy minister

PETALING JAYA: Hindraf chairman P Waytha Moorthy has tendered his resignation from all positions in the government and the Senate, effective Feb 10, according to a statement from Hindraf.

I'll do it my way, says Low

The Malaysian Cabinet minister speaks of challenges faced on the job and why making radical decisions do not worry him.

Look at larger picture, Waythamoorthy says of Indian involvement in crime

PETALING JAYA: Indian youth involvement in crime has to be addressed in the larger context if the intention is to reduce crime, said Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department P. Waytha Moorthy.

No place for collateral damage

The crackdown on violent crime is long overdue and, thankfully, the cops have finally decided to play hardball – but there must not be an overreaction that could lead to innocent victims.