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Grieving dad accepts loss

While grieving the loss of his only daughter, retired school gardener S. Sarimuthu said he does not want a post mortem done on S. Theresa Pauline.

MIC: Don’t blame us over temple being torn down

The Setiawangsa MIC division in Kuala Lumpur has urged various quarters to stop blaming the party over the demolition of the Sri Balamuniswarar Alayam in Setapak on June 8, I>Tamil Nesan/Ireported.

Will Samy’s team prevail?

In previous party elections in the MIC, there had always been at least one casualty in the president's 'endorsed team' for the

‘Scrap metal’ talks planned

The Housing and Local Government Ministry will talk with local councils, the police and other relevant bodies before it moves to regulate the scrap metal industry in the country.

Allegations fly in run-up to MIC polls

Allegations and counter-replies by candidates backed by the MIC leadership and deputy president Datuk S. Subramaniam's camp dominated the Tamil newspapers.

Banking on his track record

Datuk G. Palanivel, who is MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu's endorsed candidate for the party deputy president's post, tells I>The Star's/Isenior writer A. LETCHUMANAN his vision for the party and why he is taking on incumbent Datuk S. Subramaniam.

Support for Abdullah tops the news

Endorsement of Prime Minister DatukSeri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's leadershipby Barisan Nasional leaders, following thescathing attack on his administration byTun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, was frontpagedby the Tamil newspapers.

A- MIC-able campaigning

Candidatesfor the various MIC posts hit thecampaign trail the past weekwith closed-door gatherings ormeeting in small groups.

MIC polls campaign dominates papers

The heated MIC polls campaign dominated the Tamil newspapers, with each allocating three pages of news to the elections.

Leaders stand up for PM

More key Barisan Nasional leaders joined the chorus of support for Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi following the criticism of his leadership by his predecessor Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.