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‘More help needed in VCD war’

More government agencies should be roped in to fight the war on VCD piracy, said the Recording Industry Association of Malaysia.


Extra time for highway firms to install Touch 'n Go

Highway concessionaires have been given a two-month extension to install the Touch 'n Go electronic toll collection system, said Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu.


Indian Muslims appeal to Mahathir

I>Malaysia Nanban/Ihighlighted Kesatuan India Muslim Malaysia#8217;s (Kimma) appeal to Barisan Nasional president Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad to accept the party into the coalition.


Teagarajan takes over as FT chief from Samy

MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu has relinquished his Federal Territory (FT) MIC state chief post to pave the way for former chairman Datuk V.K.K. Teagarajan who withdrew his nomination papers to contest as vice-president in the recent party elections.


Residents lodge reports over bills

I>MALAYSIA Nanban/Ihighlighted complaints by Teluk Intan residents who received bills and legal notices from telecommunications firms for services they did not subscribe to.


Largest Tamil school completed

I>TAMIL Nesan/Ihighlighted the completion of the RM1mil Indra Makhota Tamil School in Kuantan, which has been rated as the largest Tamil school in the country. It will be opened by MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu on May 31.


Family of teen put in lock-up wants to sue

The family of a 17-year-old boy, who was handcuffed and placed in a lock-up for several hours, are contemplating taking legal action against police for their alleged #8220;high-handedness.#8221;


Losing out in enrolment

The Indian community fears it may be losing out in enrolment at public universities under the merit-based admission system. GAVIN GOMEZ looks at the worrying trend.


Video trader's son in lock-up following raid

A 17-year-old youth looking after his father#8217;s video outlet ended up being handcuffed and placed in a lock-up following a raid at their shop in Selayang Baru on Sunday night.


New leaders must rally to close ranks and renew ties

News analysis By WONG CHUN WAI.