Daily Archives: 2017-11-24

3 things you have to know about razer before buying its stock

by Value Penguin Razer, a leading gaming brand, had an immensely successful IPO earlier this month, garnering a lot of investor interest. Admittedly, Razer has been building a pretty loyal fan base among hardcore gamers who fancy the brand’s cool keyboards, mice, headphones and other gaming peripherals. After soaring 40% after its debut on the HK Exchange, however, its stock has …

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Six fundamental things that need to be changed from current education system

Content from the video posted by Great Big Minds Facebook page, addressing six fundamental issues that the education system need to look at to prepare the students for the modern world. Many people around the world have agreed that the current system of education was designed in the industrial age to prepare students to become factory workers. Unfortunately, the industrial …

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Disappointing that discretion is not given to all Malaysian judges when sentencing convicts for drug trafficking

Dangerous Drugs (Amendment) Act 2017 Meant To Abolish Mandatory Death Penalty And Return Sentencing Discretion To Judges Has Too Many Flaws MADPET (Malaysians Against Death Penalty and Torture) welcomes the fact that the Bill to amend Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952, which has the mandatory death penalty, to now give judges discretion in sentencing, that will allow …

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Viral video of cat abuse, shows distressed cat bounded with cable ties

A video of a rescue effort of a distressed cat bounded by cable ties have been circulating online, with many netizens condemned the actions of the perpetrator and thanked for helping the cat. The video was posted by Ms Salbiah Ishak on her Facebook account and went viral with more than 7,000 shares and more than 1,700 comments posted on the …

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Security officers recommended to be paid higher wage and less overtime work from 2019

The Security Tripartite Cluster (STC) has recommended to increase the wage floor of security officers starting from 2019 after reviewing the Progressive Wage Model (PWM) and overtime exemption (OTE) for the private security industry. The STC, in consultation with the tripartite partners, has recommended to increase the PWM wage floors starting from 2019, and remove OTE with effect from January …

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MND releases Town Council Management Report for 2016

The Ministry of National Development (MND) has presented the audited financial statements of Year 2016 of all Town Councils (TCs) to Parliament and the ministry will be making them available on its website. According to MND, all TCs had unqualified financial statements for year 2016, except for Aljunied-Hougang Town Council (AHTC) whose financial statements were qualified by the TC’s external auditor. …

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