Daily Archives: 2017-07-12

FIDH calls for Singapore to halt its execution of Prabagaran Srivijayan
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Paris, 12 July 2017 – Singaporean authorities must halt the execution of Prabagaran Srivijayan, FIDH said today. Prabagaran, a 29-year-old Malaysian national, is scheduled to be executed by hanging on 14 July 2017. “Singapore must immediately halt the execution of Prabagaran Srivijayan and put an end to Read More

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CADPA urges Singapore to halt execution of Malaysian Prabagaran Srivijayan
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Jakarta, 12 July 2017 – The Coalition for the Abolition for the Death Penalty in ASEAN (CADPA) strongly urges the Singaporean government to stop the plan of execution of  Malaysian citizen, Prabagaran Srivijayan. Prabagaran’s family has received a letter from the Singaporean authorities informing them Read More

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UN Human Rights Office calls on Singapore to halt execution for drugs charges
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BANGKOK (12 July 2017) – The UN Human Rights Office for South-East Asia calls on the Singaporean Government to halt the imminent execution of Malaysian national Prabagaran Srivijayan for a drugs related offence, and urges the Government to immediately instate a moratorium on Read More

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Cutting down customer support requests with knowledge base
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by Robin S Offering great customer support services to all customers is one of the top priorities of every business. In one way or another, companies are investing high amounts of time and money to keep customers satisfied. The fact is that most Read More

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Dr Tan Cheng Bock to file appeal against judgement of constitutional challenge on reserved election
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Dr Tan Cheng Bock is filing an appeal against the decision by the High Court to dismiss his constitutional challenge to determine whether the legislation that specified President Wee Kim Wee’s term of office as the first term to be counted was unconstitutional. Read More

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Temasek’s 10-year rolling returns at 10-year low?
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I refer to the article “Temasek’s net portfolio value hits record $275b” (Straits Times, Jul 12). It states that “This measure includes dividends paid to its shareholder, the Finance Ministry, but not capital injections from the ministry. Temasek’s shareholder did not make any Read More

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9 in 10 teenage boys face social pressures to be “manly”, including through violence
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A new survey has shown that 9 in 10 teenage boys report facing pressures to be ‘manly’ through experiences of harassment, bullying, teasing, social exclusion, and psychological and physical violence. The study, organised by gender equality group AWARE, surveyed 809 male respondents across Read More

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Property investor vacancy rate way higher?
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by Paul Ho (iCompareLoan.com) What are the good properties in Singapore to invest in? Which are the places with the best rental rates and lowest vacancy rate? These are important questions that a property buyer needs to look at. If you are planning to Read More

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Singapore’s ambassador to the United States says no “national crisis” in response to article by New York Times
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Mr Ashok Kumar Mipuri, Singapore’s ambassador to the United States has issued a rebuttal to an article that was published by the New York Times about the Lee family saga on 4 July 2017, stating that “there is no national crisis in Singapore.” The Read More

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