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Confiscated luxury cars sold cheaply to ‘friends’ Jasin rep tells Parliament

Controversial Jasin MP Datuk Mohd Said Yusof has taken his quarrel with the Customs Department a step further - he alleges that certain top Customs officials had sold confiscated luxury cars cheaply to their 'friends' in the palaces and other government departments.


Subramaniam now holds three posts

For the unassuming Dr S. Subramaniam, life has been full of surprises. Two years ago, he was not holding any post in MIC.


Defamation suit to proceed

The defamation suit filed by MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu against the publisher of Tamil daily I>Malaysia Nanban/Iand two other defendants will proceed, as the parties failed to reach an out of court settlement.


MIC general assembly highlighted in dailies

The proceedings of the second day of the 60th MIC general assembly dominated the Tamil newspapers.


Malacca chief promoted

Malacca Customs director Datuk Mohd Hassim Pardi, who was linked to the controversy involving the 'close one eye' MP, has been promoted to Sarawak state director.


Palanivel takes it in his stride

From press secretary to Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu to becoming the deputy and anointed successor of the MIC president.


Tamil education focus of debates

The issue of Tamil education took the spotlight in the debates at the 60th MIC general assembly here, with most of the delegates urging for better facilities for teachers and students.


Confident, new Indian

The MIC wants to create a new image of a Malaysian Indian with the competency and capability to ride the tide of change and challenges.


Delegates want ministries to look into workers’ plight

The plight of plantation workers and retrenched or displaced workers took centre stage at the MIC annual general assembly.


Government to get views on protection for whistle-blowers

There is merit in the proposal to have a witness protection programme to shield informers in graft cases, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.