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Time for song

What good would another year of coffee cafe or open mic club gigs be without the KL Sing Song festival? It's time to make a bigger dent.


Dr Subramaniam appointed MIC sec-gen

Housing and Local Government parliamentary secretary Dr S. Subramaniam has been appointed MIC secretary-general, replacing Datuk S. Sothinathan.


‘I accept the decision’ Subra hopes promises will be kept

'I am slightly sad as I had expected to win,' said Datuk S. Subramaniam.


Samy: Stand on your own feet

Stand on your own two feet. MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu drove home this message to the Indian community in Malaysia, saying there was a need to restore their self-confidence and to cut down on any negative thinking that could erode their self-worth and dignity.


Keng Yaik plans to step down as Gerakan president

The country's longest-serving political party chief Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik wants to step down as Gerakan president next year after helming the party for 26 years.


The week that was....


Tempers flare after outsiders told to leave

Confusion and raised tempers reigned at the start of polling in the MIC elections yesterday.


Samy Vellu finally gets rid of thorn in the flesh

DATUK S. Subramaniam was a forlorn figure when MIC elections steering committee chairman Datuk K. Vijayanathan announced the results of the party elections. After 25 years as the MIC deputy president, possibly the longest ever number two in a political party, he was voted out in a manner that did not reflect his contributions to the party and noshade size=1 width=50% align=center>


Work for Vision 2020, PM tells BN component parties

Barisan Nasional component parties, while working hard for the interest of the ethnic groups they represent, must move in a common direction to realise the Vision 2020 agenda.


Palanivel takes over as deputy MIC president with thumping victory

After 25 years as the MIC deputy president, Datuk S. Subramaniam was dislodged by challenger Datuk G. Palanivel, who rode home with a thumping victory at the party elections yesterday.