R Kengadharan says creating constituencies for marginalised groups is workable only in India as their constitution provides for it.
The human resources minister claims his statement was twisted and taken out of context.
The former menteri besar says he has resolved many issues concerning the Indian community.
The families, who were helped by PSM in their battle with the developer, will move into their two-room apartment units next month.
Amirrul Adli tells the inquest into the death of fireman Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim that he saw a group of Indians going to the aid of Adib outside the Subang Jaya temple.
The community should be taught to be self-sufficient, and to understand the value of education.
Dr Mahathir says the minister should be given a chance to perform.
However, no reasons are given for the cancellation.
These drinks are packaged in small bottles of between 140ml and 175ml and sold for as little as RM1.50 to RM3.
As we celebrate Merdeka and National Day on the crest of a momentous change in the nation, we should ride the wave of change and surf away from ethnic-based thinking.
He says the Malaysian Advancement Party (MAP) will work with Pakatan Harapan to serve the interests of Malaysian Indians.
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department vows to ensure a mechanism to measure the effectiveness of allocations given out to target groups.
Minister P Waythamoorthy says first up will be an audit of Sedic's activities.
Our religious and so-called academic education are the real culprits: they have produced a majority of Malays who do not care what being a Malaysian is all about.
The absence of reasoning and inquiry has stagnated the minds of Muslims and frustrated their progress.
Although some may feel that Indian Cabinet members have more responsibility in the Zakir Naik issue, the onus should be on MPs from all ethnicities to deal with such matters.
Recounting their harrowing experience when police raided their house in the middle of the night, the family pleads for bail for those arrested while an elected rep calls for the immediate repeal of the act.
Straits Times daily says the roughly equal split in Malay votes among PH, PAS and BN will have major implications in future elections.
This will affect government's plans to develop a skilled workforce, says minister Kulasegaran.
The Wanita DAP publicity secretary says many people were still waiting for citizenship despite being born in this country.
Denison Jayasooria says the Indian community has dropped its dependence on ethnic-based MIC and moved to support multiracial parties such as DAP and PKR.
Hindraf chairman P Waythamoorthy says the group will now work closely with Dr Mahathir Mohamad and other PH leaders to help the community.
The statistics thrown about which claim the majority of Indians support MIC need careful examining and reassessment.
PM says a special officer from his office would be appointed after GE14 to be responsible for handling issues involving Indian Muslims.