You have searched for "MIC"

Showing 9961-9970 of 10000

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Helping hand for former ice-cream seller

The Negri Sembilan MIC has offered financial help to a former ice-cream seller who became ill and had to stop working, I>Tamil Nesan/Ireported.


Flats safe in spite of cracks, residents told

THE developer of the Bandar Puteri Low Cost Flats project claims that there is no structural damage to units at Block B, despite cracks that have appeared in several places.


Going all out to fish for votes

As D-Day draws closer, the seven vice- presidential candidates are feverishly campaigning to woo the 1,441 delegates who matter most in the MIC party polls on Saturday.


City badly in need of cheaper medical care

WITH private hospitals and clinics in Shah Alam charging expensive fees, Batu Tiga assemblyman Datuk Salamon Selamat feel that a General Hospital must be built in Shah Alam to cater to those who cannot afford private medical care.


Negri allocates new site for school

THE Negri Sembilan Government has allocated a 2.7ha site to relocate a Tamil school now situated in Ladang Pertang, reports I>Tamil Nesan/I>.


Five-year plan to help train Indian entrepreneurs

The MIC and the Malaysian Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MAICCI) have jointly embarked on a five-year plan to create awareness on entrepreneurship among Indians.


Distinct divide among runners

There is a distinct divide among the 51 candidates aspiring to be in the MIC's central working committee (CWC). Twenty-three of them are the endorsed candidates of party president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu while the others are 'independents'.


Fixing a factory

BUSINESSMAN V. Lingam sent an e-mail expressing worry about the sad state of his manufacturing outlet in the Klang Valley. He feels the problems stem from the orientation of the place.


Samy Vellu wraps up campaigning in Perak

MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu has completed his final round of campaigning in Perak, ahead of the party polls on June 24.


Independentsshow they’re really serious

The 'independents' contesting for the 23 Central Working Committee (CWC) posts in the MIC have found different ways of attracting the attention of delegates.