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  1. Vulcann

    CNA: S$100m Hongbao For NSmen

    From CNA: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1232813/1/.html S$100m hongbao for NSmen By S Ramesh/Dylan Loh | Posted: 22 October 2012 1942 hrs SINGAPORE: More than 900,000 national servicemen (NSmen) will benefit from a S$100m "hongbao" from the Singapore government to commemorate the 45th anniversary of National Service in the country. Speaking at the celebrations at The Float @ the Marina Bay, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said all NSmen will receive vouchers to enjoy a movie or meal with their family and friends. In addition, Operationally Ready NSmen who are currently serving out their cycles, as well as those who have completed their cycles, will also receive a year's free membership to SAFRA or HomeTeamNS. Mr Lee said the "hongbao" will cost the government S$100 million. But he said the gestures will never fully compensate for their personal sacrifices. Prime Minister Lee said that the commitment of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) and the Home Team in protecting Singapore has won the country 45 years of peace and stability. He said fortunately, Singapore has not had to fight a war but added this was not a matter of luck. He said the SAF, by its very existence and capabilities, has contributed to the stable and peaceful security environment in the region, and helped Singapore maintain friendly relations with its neighbours. He added the Home Team has protected the country against unconventional threats like extremist terrorism and put would-be perpetrators away before they could do the nation harm. Mr Lee said looking ahead, he is cautiously optimistic that the region will remain peaceful. "One key factor is relations between the US and China. We must expect problems, frictions and tensions to arise from time to time between the two countries," he said. "But both Chinese and American leaders recognise how inter-dependent they have become, and I believe they will strive hard to manage relations and avoid jeopardising their major shared interests." Mr Lee went on to say: "In Asia, countries are trading, investing, and interacting more and more with one another. But there are also tensions in the region. "Some ASEAN members have exchanged fire over territorial disputes. Tensions are brewing in the South China Sea and the East China Sea, also because of territorial disputes. "North Korea remains a potential security flashpoint. In addition, we must always be prepared for emerging and unconventional threats, especially extremist terrorism, which remains a real danger. "We therefore cannot take our present peace and stability for granted. We must continue to build and maintain a committed, competent and vigilant SAF and Home Team. "We must upgrade our capabilities steadily year by year, in a sustainable and affordable way. We must help younger generations of Singaporeans who have grown up in a more stable and affluent environment understand these strategic realities, and prepare them for their part in defending Singapore. "We must also strengthen Total Defence. Every Singaporean must be committed to the defence of Singapore, whether in the military, civil, economic, social or psychological domains." Prime Minister Lee added that National Service is ultimately about safeguarding Singapore's homes, their loved ones and the country's freedom to determine its own way of life. And it is a personal duty which generations of NSmen have fulfilled and which every new generation must take up. So, as Singapore celebrates the first 45 years of National Service, Mr Lee urged Singaporeans to reaffirm their commitment to National Service and a strong SAF and Home Team. - CNA/ir
  2. This happened to me a few days back. Decided to take CTE as there was a jam on AYE (at about 6.30pm). Went past one gantry and to my surprise, another gantry within hundreds of metres. so deducted twice! wondering if any bros here encountered the same? Attached are the map locations of the consecutive gantries. 1st gantry 2nd gantry Did a search and couldnt find similar threads posted on these gantries. So do avoid this road during peak hours, have a nice day
  3. Sorry, my earlier post i typed 400M PM which is rather impossible. this guy advertised every sunday boasting to own 100 ppties with rental of 400kpm, and boasts to be able to teach people the tricks of ppty investment? Another post says can own ppties and get immediate cash with no money downpayment???? possible??? Is the really real? if hoax, Shouldn't the straits times ban people from misleading the public?
  4. Richardlimbs

    S'porean Loses $100M

    http://sg.yfittopostblog.com/2010/10/13/sp...ion-at-casinos/ OMG... wonder how many poor people can benefit from this $100M...
  5. Kingcopa

    100m new World Record

    100m new World Record Kaoz...... 9.58s in 100m. Usain Bolt..... is he human?
  6. Porker

    New 100m World Record!!!

    Wooooooooo.... Usain Bolt from Jamaica!!! 9.69s!!! And he even slowed down and looked at the crowd towards the end Look for the youtube video real soon
  7. Our foreign talent just did a 57.77sec for 100m fly in Beijing, very fast time... do I see a medal hope here?
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