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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.

Nation

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.

Community

Food court, hall to get new look

THE food court and community hall at Jalan Air Jernih, Air Panas, Setapak, will be upgraded to meet the increasing needs of residents.

Community

Grace period for scrap dealers

SCRAP metal dealers in the Subang Jayamunicipality have been given a two-weekgrace period to appeal against the SubangJaya Municipal Council's (MPSJ) decision to closedown their yards.

Nation

Banking on their humble beginnings

As the race for the MIC vice-presidency hots up, the three contenders endorsed by party president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu have distributed booklets to delegates stressing their contributions and humble backgrounds.

Lifestyle

French touch

MODERN French tradition La Fête de La Musique will take place this weekend all around the world, and Malaysia isn't left out by any means.

Nation

MIC panel pledges fair polls

The six-member MIC election steering committee has promised fair, just and transparent voting at the party polls on June 24.

Nation

Cracks in walls of apartment spark fear

THE residents of a five-storey low-cost apartment block in Bandar Puteri, Puchong, in Selangor are fearing for their lives after more than 100 cracks appeared on the walls,ITamil Nesan/Ireported.

Nation

Four independents to take on ‘officially endorsed’ team

Four 'independents' have filed nominations in a bid to unseat the 'officially' endorsed team for the three vice- president posts in MIC party polls set for June 24.

Nation

Right decisions made

Criticisms levelled by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad at the Government have not caused disunity, but the people must be convinced that the decisions taken are in their best interest, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said.