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New Year Wishes: Party leaders call for stability and racial harmony

There is an increasing awareness among Malaysians on the need to preserve the country#8217;s stability, security and inter-ethnic harmony after terrorism triggered economic and political uncertainty worldwide, said MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik.

Wanita MCA shows interest in deputy post

The Wanita MCA has indicated its interest in the proposed deputy's post in the Women and Family Development Ministry.

Move to woo Indian youths

The MIC has directed its youth wing to conduct an aggressive nationwide campaign to convince more Indians to attend the next walk-in interviews for police constables.

Disgruntled IPF members to form new party

A group of disgruntled Indian Progressive Front (IPF) members will meet next Saturday to discuss the formation of a new political party named the Malaysian Indian People#8217;s Force (MIPF).

Samy Vellu to get Indian award

MIC president Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu is scheduled to receive the prestigious I>Bharatiya Samman /I>award from Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpaye at the three-day Indian Diaspora conference in New Delhi, India, later this week.

Historic talks by leaders of diaspora

Thousands of ethnic Indians from six continents are expected to congregate at New Delhi's Vigyan Bhavan convention centre today to commemorate a historic gathering aimed at resuscitating their ties with their country of origin.

Forge extensive network, Samy Vellu tells Indian diaspora

Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu proposed the establishment of extensive and effective networking among the business people of Indian origin around the globe, including Malaysians.

Puteri MIC to help women get loans for business

Puteri MIC, the newly-formed junior wing of the country#8217;s biggest Indian-based party, has pledged to help Indian women entrepreneurs to obtain loans from commercial banks, reported I>Tamil Nesan./I>

IPF: New party is a plot to tarnish us

Indian Progressive Front (IPF) president Datuk M.G. Pandithan alleged that the group behind an attempt to form a new Indian party to rival it had links with MIC in the past.

Ex-workers waiting for alternative housing

I>TAMIL NESAN/Ihighlighted the peaceful demonstration by former plantation workers of Brooklands Estate in Banting, Selangor.