Daily Archives: 2011-01-28


Dear Readers, Thank you to all who have expressed an interest in our PRIVATE party! Due to overwhelming response (and simply by the fact that we’re also limited by the spacial constraints of the venue), invitations will not be sent out anymore. We thank you and look forward to seeing our invited guests at the party tomorrow!

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AMP Responds to Comments by MM Lee in his new book

This is the English version of Association of Muslim Professionals’ official response to Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew’s comments in his book – Hard Truths to Keep Singapore Going. An excerpt of this statement in Malay was published in Berita Harian today. AMP Responds to Comments by Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew in Hard Truths to Keep Singapore Going The …

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TOC CASSETTED: Invitations to cease by 3 p.m today

Dear Readers, We are reaching the maximum number of people we can invite for our private party.  Any more guests and we’ll bring the house down. Literally. As such we not longer be sending out any invitations after 3pm today. Please take note. And don’t say we atas.

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James Gomez speaks on SFD trio investigations

By Deborah Choo Three members of the Singaporeans For Democracy (SFD) are currently being investigated over the sale of 12 copies of the book Once A Jolly Hangman: Singapore Justice in the Dock at a film screening at the Substation on 14 November 2010. The trio are Mr Seelan Palay, Mr Jarrod Luo and Miss Rachel Zeng. TOC speaks to SFD Executive …

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UPR of Burma to military regime: Halt all Human Rights Violations!

Press Release: Universal Periodic Review of Burma: Total Denial in the Face of Widespread and Systematic Human Rights Violations Burma Forum on the Universal Periodic Review (BF-UPR) Assistance Association for Political Prisoners Burma (AAPP-B), Arakan Rivers Network (ARN), Burma Fund UN Office, Burma Lawyers’ Council (BLC), Chin Human Rights Organization (CHRO), Emergency Act Team vs Backpack Health Worker Team, Federation …

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