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Samy promises radical changes

The MIC leadership wants to create a radical transformation of the Malaysian Indian community over the next 15 years when the nation reaches its 2020 Vision of becoming a developed nation.

Jaya most likely to retain Wanita MIC top post

Incumbent Wanita MIC chief Datin Paduka Jaya Partiban, despite facing a strong challenge in the elections today, will most likely retain the top post if analyses of party insiders are anything to go by.

Samy: I gave Subra kiss of life

MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said he gave the 'kiss of life' to his deputy's political career after Datuk S. Subramaniam challenged him and lost in 1989.

No more schools on hillslopes and in swampy areas

The Education Ministry will stop building schools on hillslopes or in swampy areas.

Withdrawals take place as members go for unity

The quest for party unity appears to be in the minds of MIC contestants in the upcoming party elections.

‘Kayveas got ‘RM50,000’

A deputy minister allegedly received a RM50,000 donation from a restaurant owner two weeks before enforcers from the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) raided a pool joint owned by the same restaurateur, the Ampang Sessions Court heard.

Penang urged to allocate funds for 23 Tamil schools

An MIC state assemblyman has urged the Penang Government to allocate special funds for the refurbishment of 23 Tamil schools, I>Tamil Nesan/Ireported.

Samy: PWD choice rejected

The Finance Ministry chose Perangsang International Sdn Bhd (PISB) to build the Matrade building instead of the company recommended by the Public Works Department's (PWD) tender committee, said Works Minister Datuk S. Samy Vellu.

Decision on Jasin MP deferred

The decision on Jasin MP Datuk Mohd Said Yusof by the Cabinet panel has been deferred until police and the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) finish their investigations.

No official list for CWC posts this time

MIC members are free to contest any of the 23 Central Working Committee (CWC) posts in the coming June 24 MIC party elections.