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Congress routs BJP in state election

B>NEW DELHI/B>: Voters in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh have rejected India's governing Hindu nationalist party, giving the opposition Congress party a two-thirds majority in the state legislature, according to election results announced yesterday.

Letters

Musa holds promise for Sabah

Confirmation of Datuk Musa Aman as the next Sabah Chief Minister ended weeks of speculation. JOCELINE TAN provides insights to the millionaire-businessman turned politician and the politicking that went on behind the scenes.

Nation

25 members resign from MIC

Twenty-five MIC members from the Tanjung Tualang branch have resigned from the party, claiming irregularities in the Feb 16 branch election.

Letters

25,000 Indians in Johor yet to register as voters

A news summary of the local Tamil dailies.

Nation

Musa sworn in as Sabah CM

Datuk Musa Aman was sworn in as Sabah#8217;s 13th Chief Minister during a brief ceremony at Istana Negeri here yesterday.

Nation

77,000 more register as voters

A total of 77,096 new voters have registered with the Election Commission (EC) in the first quarter of this year.

Nation

Bersatu to vie for all 60 state seats in Sabah

The United Sabah People's National Organisation (Bersatu), awaiting approval from the Registrar of Societies (ROS), will contest in all the 60 state seats in the state election, its pro tem head Datuk Maidom Pansai said.

Nation

Terengganu registers most number of new voters

Terengganu has the most number of people in the country who have registered as new voters or changed their addresses since July last year.

Nation

Song resigns from SUPP

Bandar Kuching MP Datuk Song Swee Guan has resigned from the Sarawak United People#8217;s Party (SUPP).

Nation

Sabah may wait until Dr Mahathir steps down to hold polls

Sabah is mulling the possibility of holding its state election only after October in view of Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad#8217;s wish that elections be held after he steps down as Prime Minister.