UPDATED 6.25PM | Now that he's in the gov't, Waytha no longer holds to what he said 11 years ago, says PM.
ADUN SPEAKS | Mass migration of Indians to Malaya is a settled question but discussions are welcome, and should include non-Malay academics.
The party urges Harapan leaders to clarify minister's statement on recruitment of Indians for civil service.
Lawyer disagrees with all-Indian Harapan panel to look into what is a national problem.
HR minister also promises to upskill Indians through technical and vocational colleges.
They will meet human resources minister to ensure that the manifesto promise is fulfilled.
UPDATED 8.44PM | The pro-Harapan party says 1.2 million Indians are not registered as citizens, and it will help in this matter.
LETTER | Us Indians have been burned by Mahathir, time and again.
COMMENT | A snake pleads with a girl to place it in her coat because otherwise it will freeze and die. The girl says, 'No you will bite me and I will die'.
LETTER | Why? Better a known devil than an unknown angel, that’s why.
COMMENT | Mahathir must not shy away from taking responsibility for failing the Indians.
Agency to help Indians comes forward on its own to join pledge.
Indians have been systematically discriminated against and routinely humiliated.
The aim is to increase the involvement from 1.6 percent to seven percent, says S Subramaniam.
Under the scheme, B40 Indians can each buy 5,000 AS1M units.
COMMENT | The Indian community has had enough of bad investment experiences with the MIC.
LETTER | It is basically a replica of what the government has done for the bumiputera.
An additional 1.5 billion units are open for sale from today, said the PM.
LETTER | What really caused the emergence of legions of political parties representing the smallest population in Malaysia?
UPDATED 6.45PM | Full meritocracy introduced 15 years ago by then PM did not help Indians, he says.
ADUN SPEAKS | With right mix of leadership, strategic thinking and planning, Indians can alter the political scenario for all.
ADUN SPEAKS | 'Indians should be respected for their immense contribution to this country and given due representation.'
ADUN SPEAKS | The system needs to be changed, or the best blueprints will come to nought.
The premier 'desperately' needs the support of Indians and other communities to stay relevant in Umno, says Penang DCM II.
Let’s try the 3Rs - respect, recognition and reward.
The hit movie has done more harm than good, and the gov't should instead encourage the local film industry, says Rayer.
‘Do I still support Uthaya? I never stopped supporting him...’
COMMENT | What has our education system produced after 58 years of Independence?