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Vigneswaran vows new direction for MIC

KUALA LUMPUR: New MIC president Tan Sri S.A. Vigneswaran has pledged to steer the party to a new direction following its crushing defeat in the general election.


MIC seeks win-win solution over unilateral conversion

KUALA LUMPUR: MIC is committed to finding a win-win solution to solve the issue of unilateral conversion of children, says MIC pre­sident Datuk Seri S. Subramaniam.


Subra: MIC will field 60% new faces

KOTA TINGGI: At least 60% of MIC candidates for GE14 will be made up of new faces, says party president Datuk Seri Dr S. Subra­maniam.


Former Kapar MP Manickavasagam may join MIC

KLANG: Former PKR Kapar MP S. Manickavasagam (pic) may be joining the MIC soon.


I’m still MIC president, says Palanivel

PETALING JAYA: The MIC president has urged party members not to be hoodwinked by suspended members into believing their story.


MIC leaders: Party capable of managing its own affairs

JOHOR BARU: Johor MIC leaders have lashed out at suggestions for the Barisan Nasional secretariat to take over the party’s administration, with Segamat division chairman Datuk A. Nadarajah saying the party is perfectly capable of conducting its own affairs.


Major changes in the MIC wings to come

With the president elected uncontested and the deputy probably also uncontested, the main focus of the MIC elections is the race for the three vice-president’s posts and for the 32 posts in the CWC.


Straight fights for top posts in MIC Youth and Wanita

KUALA LUMPUR: There will be straight fights for the top posts in the MIC Youth and Wanita wings when their delegates go to the polls on Nov 16.


MIC turbulence gets worse

AFTER months of indecisiveness, MIC president Datuk G. Palanivel returned from a pilgrimage in India to remove his gloves and blast his deputy Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam as a rumour monger and the man behind all the current problems in the party.


Palanivel: I will not allow third party to run MIC

PETALING JAYA: MIC president Datuk Seri G. Palanivel has rejected a proposal for a Barisan Nasional secretariat to intervene and clean up the party, adding that he will not allow a “third party” to run MIC.