Ethnic Indians

  • Book on ethnic Indians in Malaysia launched 19-12-2010 05:13 PM

    Kuala Lumpur: A book, which can be used as a benchmark to assess whether the Malaysian Government has delivered on its promises to an estimated 2.5 million ethnic Indians has been released. The book, titled 'National Development Plans & Indians in Malaysia' and authored by an ethnic Indian, Denison Jayasooria...
  • Malaysian King rejects plea to release ethnic Indians 24-04-2008 08:56 PM

    Mumbai: The BCCI's senior tournament committee Friday recommended that the Karnail Singh Stadium in Delhi be barred from hosting any cricket ties in 2012-13 after adverse reports were received from match referees over pitch conditions during matches held earlier this season. Railways Sports Promotion Board, which hosts matches at the...
  • Ethnic Indian detainee wins seat in Malaysia polls 09-03-2008 11:25 AM

    Vadodara: Former South African cricketer Jonty Rhodes will conduct a three-day fielding coaching camp in Vadodara from Thursday. The camp will be attended by the players and the coaches of the Baroda Ranji team, U-14, U-16, U-19, U-22 and women's team, the Baroda Cricket Association (BCA) secretary Sachin Dalvi said....
  • Watch: Malaysia votes, ethnic Indians protest 08-03-2008 02:39 PM

    London: After the Pakistani and Australian players, it's now the turn of Indian top guns to be named in the spot-fixing trial, as Mazhar Majeed claimed that he had access to Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh. Majeed also went on to say that he was good friends with former Indian...
  • No ban on Indian workers, says Malaysian minister 08-01-2008 03:53 PM

    Karachi: As they eagerly await the "mother of all battles" in the World Cup semifinals, Pakistani fans are hoping that the high-voltage cricket clash against India would also lead to an improvement in bilateral ties between the two countries. "It is not just about the cricket. The team that plays...
  • Indian teachers abused in Malaysia | No hiring from India 08-01-2008 01:56 PM

    Melbourne: Ricky Ponting said he will decide his international future over the next few days, but insisted he still has a lot to offer Australian cricket. The captain's return home after Australia's World Cup quarter-final elimination by India corresponds with calls for his replacement as Australia's Test and one-day skipper....
  • 2 Indians caught selling Malaysian minister's sex DVD 05-01-2008 01:47 PM

    Dhaka: Struggling West Indies will be boosted by the return of star batsman Chris Gayle and pace spearhead Kemar Roach for the World Cup quarter-final against Pakistan on Wednesday. The duo missed the last league match against India in Chennai on Sunday with Gayle resting an abdominal strain and Roach...
  • Indians' loyalty in Malaysian govt shaken: Minister 20-12-2007 11:34 PM

    Hambantota: Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi wanted his openers to bat more positively in the World Cup after Mohammad Hafeez and Ahmed Shehzad both flopped against Kenya in the team's opening match on Wednesday. Afridi's haul of 5-16 in his fourth World Cup guided Pakistan to a comfortable 205-run victory over...
  • Malaysia drops murder charge against ethnic Indians 17-12-2007 09:32 PM

    London: Former England captain Mike Gatting has backed Kevin Pietersen to be the current side's batting equivalent of Ian Botham when the South Africa-born shot-maker opens at the World Cup. Wicketkeeper Matt Prior, having won back his place in the squad from rival glove-man Steven Davies, had been a candidate...
  • Malaysia drops murder charges against 'Hindraf 31' 17-12-2007 12:16 PM

    Mumbai: Buying an ear-splitting alarm clock might be on top of Suresh Raina's shopping list on Friday after the batsman almost missed his team's charter flight to Dhaka for their opening World Cup match against Bangladesh. The left-handed batsman gave his team mates a few anxious moments when he overslept...
  • Malaysia justifies ethnic Indians' arrest, snubs US 14-12-2007 03:06 PM

    Bangalore: He made his debut as a leg-spinning all-rounder but Australian Cameron White says he has lost confidence in his bowling and has transformed into a middle-order batsman. White, who made his Test debut against India in Bangalore in 2008, said he has no time to get back to bowling...
  • Three Hindraf activists arrested in Malaysia 13-12-2007 08:59 PM

    Legendary Australian batsman Steve Waugh talks about previous World Cups and the upcoming 2011 World Cup. ...
  • Ethnic Indians' protest had RSS link: Malaysian Govt 08-12-2007 08:23 PM

    New Delhi: Former captain and legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram feels that Shahid Afridi is the right man to lead the Pakistan team in the cricket World Cup. "The Pakistan Board has made the right choice in selecting Afridi as the skipper. Despite having delayed the decision for so long,...
  • Malaysian protests: 31 ethnic Indians denied bail 06-12-2007 10:11 PM

    Sydney: Michael Clarke smashed 82 runs off 70 balls as Australia chased down England's highest score against them to win a thrilling sixth one-day international by two wickets on Wednesday. Clarke was run out in the second-to-last over to leave Australia requiring 8 runs from 8 balls. Entering the final...
  • No bail, only jail for Malaysia's ethnic Indians 06-12-2007 02:44 PM

    Karachi: Former Pakistan captain Zaheer Abbas feels that players representing the country in the upcoming World Cup will have to play out of their skins if they are to reach the last four stage of the mega event. "Given the problems and issues Pakistan cricket have faced in the last...
  • 31 ethnic Indians charged with injury to policemen 05-12-2007 11:11 PM

    London: Kevin Pietersen is disappointed at missing out the chance to play at the iconic Eden Gardens in the Cricket World Cup but feels that changing the venue could work in England's favour against India as they would be playing before fewer spectators shouting against them. The International Cricket Council...
  • Malaysian court won't drop charges against Indians 05-12-2007 06:19 PM

    Mumbai: Sachin Tendulkar is not known for showing his temper or angry reactions on the cricket field, but at home he is a different person. Many a time, his mother and wife are at the receiving end of his occasional outbursts, the batting maestro himself revealed at a function here...
  • Ethnic Indians charged with murder in Malaysia 05-12-2007 08:23 AM

    Wellington: New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill has said that he is ready to bat at any position in the line-up. In the ongoing home series against Pakistan, Guptill has opened the innings for the Kiwis in all formats of the game and has done reasonably well. "It's what I'm comfortable...
  • Malaysians don't want foreign interference: Minister 03-12-2007 12:40 PM

    Melbourne: Tasmanian spinner Xavier Doherty was back in Australia's World Cup calculations on Saturday, just days after his state captain lambasted national selectors for casting him aside. Doherty was recalled to the Australian side for the third and fourth one-day internationals against England after fellow spinner Nathan Hauritz appeared to...
  • British MPs to Malaysia: leave ethnic Indians alone 03-12-2007 10:18 AM

    Port Elizabeth: Virat Kohli struck a sparkling 87 not out and had a hand in three dismissals but couldn't stop South Africa from winning the fourth one-day international against India at St George's Park on Friday. South Africa won the rain-affected game by 48 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis method to...
  • UPA walks the tightrope over Malaysian protests 30-11-2007 10:23 PM

    Cape Town: Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Monday defended Piyush Chawla's inclusion in India's 15-man World Cup squad, saying the legspinner's presence provides variety to the attack. Chawla has been a surprise inclusion in the squad, announced on Monday by the Kris Srikkanth-led selection committee in Chennai. "It is good to...