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Girl bedridden with irreversible brain damage, court told

A nine-year-old girl, who is bedridden and unable to care for herself after being knocked down by a car more than three years ago, is unlikely to survive a further 15 years, a Sessions Court here was told.

Group seeks action over the demolition of 79 Hindu temples

Some 100 people from the Hindu Rights Action Force handed a memorandum to the special officer to the Solicitor-General Ilham Abdul Kaderover the apparent lack of action on the demolition of 79 Hindu temples nationwide.

Hindraf group files petition over restriction order

The Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) chairman, its four legal advisers and supporters have filed a petition of appeal in the High Court over the restriction order issued by a magistrate against itsB/B>Nov 25 rally last year.

Khir: Indians are loyal to the BN

THE communal issues raised by some parties have failed to sway the over 218,000 Indian voters in Selangor and 80% of them will remain loyal to the Barisan Nasional, Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo said.

Hindraf leader ‘still has his passport’

The Government has not revoked Hindraf chairman P. Waythamoorthy's passport, Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said.

Hindraf wants Suhakam to explain role

Hindraf wants the participants of the 13th Asia-Pacific Forum on National Human Rights Institutions (APF) to ask Suhakam - Malaysia's human rights institution - to explain its role to them.

‘Futile to challenge restriction order on Hindraf 5’

It will be a futile effort and waste of judicial time to challenge a magistrate's restriction order on five Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) leaders and their supporters against its Nov 25 rally, the High Court heard.

Hindraf and RPK supporters at PM’s Raya open house

Some 160 Hindraf sympathisers and several Free Raja Petra Kamarudin supporters visited the annual Hari Raya open house hosted by the Prime Minister and other Muslim Cabinet ministers, causing a short but loud commotion.

Government must reach out to Indians

Now that Hindraf has been banned, Malaysian Indians are now trying to figure out which channel to use to forward their complaints and suggestions to the Government.

Government must reach out to Indians

Now that Hindraf has been banned, Malaysian Indians are now trying to figure out which channel to use to forward their complaints and suggestions to the Government.