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“How to save Tamil schools with low students enrollment?” – Ramasamy

COMMENT BY YB PROF DR.P.RAMASAMY, DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER II, PENANG Twenty Eight Tamil schools in the country with 10 and less students might face the...

“DAP will not work with kleptocrats but must be open-minded and...

Media Statement by DAP MP for Iskandar Puteri Lim Kit Siang in Parliament on Thursday, 10th December 2020 DAP will be firm on our principles...

Perak crises: beyond the gravitational pull of race and religion

COMMENT BY YB PROF DR P.RAMASAMY, DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER II, PENANG Yes, Perak crisis is over for now. However, whether you can permanently avert political...

“Umno’s political opportunism in Perak” – Ramasamy

Comment by YB Prof Dr P.Ramasamy, Deputy Chief Minister II, Penang Perak DAP chief Nga Kor Ming’s statement that he was agreeable to work with...

Civil servant gets 14 years jail, RM70,000 fine for making false...

IPOH : The Sessions Court here today sentenced a civil servant to a total of 168 months jail and fined a total of RM70,000...

Slim by-election: UMNO will go all out even without PKR contesting

IPOH : The Perak UMNO will not take the Slim state by-election next month lightly, although Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) has announced that it will...

PN Perak agrees to field UMNO candidate Slim by-election

KAMPAR : Perak Perikatan Nasional (PN) has agreed to field a candidate from Umno to defend the Slim state by-election which will be held...

S. Pavithra is still Ipoh City Icon- Mayor

The Ipoh City Council (MBI) has confirmed the status quo of this year’s Ipoh City Icon award which was conferred on YouTube star, S.Pavithra, despite the latter’s refusal to accept the recognition.

Youtube sensation Pavithra to be named Ipoh City icon

IPOH : YouTube sensation S. Pavithra (pic) will be recognised as this year’s Ipoh City Icon by the Ipoh City Council (MBI), said its...

Oct 19: Hearing of rape case involving Tronoh assemblyman

The Sessions Court here today fixed three days, beginning Oct 19 to hear the case involving Tronoh Assemblyman  Paul Yong Choo Kiong, who is charged with raping an Indonesian maid.