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MAP or no map for Indian community

Why Waytha Moorthy didn’t retain ‘Hindraf’ in the new political party will remain a tragedy and concern for Indians.

Funds for community project given to NGO linked to ex-minister, says...

Auditor-General Nik Azman Nik Abdul Majid says the transformation programme for the Indian community failed to take off.

Man held for bringing in 3 Indian nationals for forced labour

One of the victims escaped from an oil palm plantation in Pahang and reported to police.

The historical streets of Kuching

Main Bazaar, Carpenter Street and India Street all played a significant part in Kuching's fascinating history.

16 Indian commandos killed in fresh election violence

'Maoists attacked a team of commandos travelling in a private vehicle to inspect an earlier attack. So far 16 men have died,' an official at police says.

Three selfie-crazy Indian teens crushed by train

'The victims were busy taking selfies and they jumped to a second track without realising another train was coming on that,' M.S. Dabas says.

MyBanana: A delightful marriage of Indian and Chinese cuisine

Pork lovers in Petaling Jaya should squeal in delight for they can now trot over to MyBanana to gorge on its signature banana leaf rice with pork.

‘One-off’ matriculation declaration a blow to Indian community

The education ministry's statement negates MIC's accomplishment of securing 2,200 places for Indian students last year.

3,200 places for Indian, Chinese students for matriculation a ‘one-off’ last...

SPM students who have not received offer letters to do matriculation can appeal to the education ministry.

Groups, politicians voice concern over racial bias in private sector hiring

They say recruitment should be based on merit and not on racial considerations, with some suggesting the introduction of an equal opportunity law.

Survey shows Malays, Indians face discrimination in getting jobs

Chinese candidates for private sector jobs obtain more callbacks than their Malay and Indian peers combined, shows survey by Centre for Governance and Political Studies.

Waytha slams wild claims by Indian politician on Seafield temple issue

Minister in charge of national unity and social well-being P Waytha Moorthy says he will get in touch with the Indian government to express Putrajaya’s dissatisfaction with the Indian politician's claims.

Puri: Small breads that are big on taste

The ingredients for making Puri are basic enough but a little technique is required to make this Indian-style bread that's perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Indian actress takes #MeToo claims to police

Tanushree Dutta first alleged in 2008 that multi-award-winning Nana Patekar behaved inappropriately towards her during the making of a romantic comedy.

Waytha: Sedic audit will clear misconceptions on disbursed funds

He says audit will take 6 to 8 months but Sedic is already being restructured.

Indian, S. African among 3 kidnapped in Burkina Faso

It is not the first time that foreign workers have been kidnapped in Burkina Faso.

Indian police arrest activists, draw ire from Amnesty

Police carried out coordinated raids in several cities and arrested five activists.

‘Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj’: Indian-American comedian to host Netflix talk...

The show, titled "Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj", will explore the contemporary politics and pop culture that fashion our world.

Lawyer: AG must tell if India made extradition request for Naik

SN Nair says it is the AG, not a ministry, that should be involved in responding to any request by India for Zakir Naik's extradition.

No price hikes by our members, says mamak restaurant association

Presma president says he was not aware that 30% of Indian Muslim operators had hiked up prices of food and drinks after zero-rating of GST.

Why non-Bumiputera youths shun military careers

They cite concerns about low income opportunities, marginalisation and the thin scope of promotion dogging non-Malays in the armed forces.

Catholic charity “looking into” baby trafficking case in India

The Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic order founded by Mother Teresa in India, said it was "carefully looking into" charges of baby trafficking levelled against a nun and a worker at one of its homes.

India’s Bumrah, Sundar ruled out of England T20I series

Bumrah sustained a fractured thumb on his left hand during India's opening T20 match against Ireland last Wednesday while Sundar sustained a right ankle injury in training before the first Ireland match.

Indian issues are national issues, rights lawyers tell Putrajaya

Lawyers for Liberty says now is the best time to move away from a racial way of dealing with problems as Indian issues should be the concern of the government and all MPs.