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Philosophy of Success

“Indian’s Are In Trouble” says NGO’s

 

Many Indian Malaysians attained extraordinary achievement in numerous field yet we still have a group who is striving to achieve in life. Icons like Tan Sri Ananda Krishna, Tan Sri Tony Fernandes,  Tan Sri A.K Nathan, Karamjit Singh, Sri Sharmini Segaran, Senthil Kumaran Selvaraju,  S.T. Bala, Sathya and Jaclyn Victor have made their name in their  province.

There are plenty Indian Malaysian high achievers in the discipline of politics, education, judiciary and many others. However, we encounter teenagers who missed to complete their education, sidetracked from being a good person to ‘wanted’ people. Unfortunately, we are at the top of these sections too.

Why is the huge gap between these two types of people? Aren’t they living in the same country? Aren’t they enjoying the same freedom and rights? But, why they choose a different path. Many communities concerned individuals has contacted iTimes. my via all the available media such as Facebook, e-mail and mails. Some even called us and expressed their disappointment on what the society has become and where is this heading too.

We could feel their sorrow in them and their eagerness to do something for the society. As a media house, we are forced to answer these questions. However, we would not answer in a single sentence by saying “it’s what they chose to be”.

We would like to gather the facts, inputs and feedback from the society itself, on why, how, when and their suggestions on this issue. A panel of scholars will be analysing the responses from the readers and will provide the conclusion.

You are encouraged to send your comments, feedback and others to iTimes via Facebook, e-mail or mail. We highly appreciate your feedback on this issue.

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  1. Dato Thasleem Mohamed Ibrahim Al-Haj says:

    Pleased refer Indian Malaysians call GE13.
    Please refer NEP n MIC Blueprint 1974
    Please refer Socio Economic Study on Penang Indians by SERI ( now Penang Institute) 1998.
    Very few success stories are based on ethical business models.
    Indian sub contractors have suffered n mauled by so called some big time contractors