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Penang Barisan to send out 31 newbies to the battlefield

OUT of the 53 Penang Barisan Nasional candidates contesting in GE14, 31 or 60% will be new faces contesting for the first time.

People-centric manifesto for the Silver State

A plethora of initiatives, schemes and plans, under its general election manifesto, will be implemented by Perak Barisan Nasional if they retain the state.

Barisan to push for affordable housing units in Bagan Dalam

MORE affordable housing projects will be implemented in the Bagan Dalam state constituency if Barisan Nasional wins back Penang from Pakatan Harapan, said MIC president Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam.

Developing skills among Indian youths

SELANGOR MIC secretary Datuk N. Rawisandran, who is tipped to be the candidate for Sungai Tua state seat in Gombak parliamentary constituency, has drawn up a manifesto focusing on Skills Development Youth Mission, to empower Indian youths with a skill.

Johor BN’s manifesto deemed inclusive and achievable

JOHOR BARU: Johor Barisan Nasional’s manifesto is in line with the spirit of Muafakat Johor, MCA deputy president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong said.

Uncertainty in Gombak with Azmin expected to vacate seat

Pakatan likely to field new candidate in place of incumbent Azmin Ali while a fresh face is also expected from Barisan.

Kamalanathan to defend Hulu Selangor

INCUMBENT Hulu Selangor MP Datuk P. Kamalanathan from MIC has been given the go-ahead to defend his seat in GE14.

Big plans for a cleaner, brighter Butterworth

WITH over 250 volunteers already roped into ‘Team J. Dhinagaran’, the potential candidate is one step closer to achieving his aspiration of taking Butterworth to greater heights.

Fun workshop with serious values

Some 300 youths aged between 15 and 25 attended a three-day workshop on leadership, patriotism and entrepreneurship at SMJK(C) Yuk Choy in Ipoh.

Rise in cost limits size of Tamil school to be built

THE size of SRJK (T) Ladang Coalfields in Ijok, Kuala Selangor, was reduced based on advice from the Selangor Education and Public Works departments, a state executive council member said.