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  1. BlueOldMan

    Anti-slip treatment

    Anyone used this treatment for their indoor or outdoor flooring?? Heard it's good to apply this treatment to slippery ground ESP when wet Anyone got good n reliable contacts to recommend ?? Tia
  2. anyone knows where to get anti glare rear view mirror? and roughly what's the price for 1? thanks.
  3. By S Ramesh, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 12 February 2009 1322 hrs SINGAPORE: Singapore will be joining the international community with its anti-piracy efforts in the Gulf of Aden. Defence Minister Teo Chee Hean told Parliament on Thursday that Singapore will be deploying a Landing Ship Tank, with two Super Puma helicopters for a period of three months this year. The ship will work with the newly-formed multi-national Combined Task Force 151 to protect shipping in the Gulf of Aden. The LST will be deployed once the operational arrangements have been made. Minister Teo explained that Singapore's involvement is because as a maritime nation, the country shares the concerns of the international community regarding piracy. It is also committed to supporting international efforts to keep the sea lanes safe and secure. He stressed that it is not possible for any country, including Singapore, to protect its own shipping in all the key sea lanes of the world. Hence all countries have to depend on international cooperation to secure the sea lanes for everyone's use and that means littoral states, user states, and the international community have a role to play. Minister Teo said there was an upsurge of piracy attacks recently in the Gulf of Aden. In the past year, over 100 ships have been attacked by pirates, who have raked in an estimated ransom of US$120 million. And in recent months, NATO, the European Union, the US, as well as countries such as China, India, Malaysia and Russia, have contributed to anti-piracy efforts in the Gulf of Aden. Other countries, including Japan and Turkey, have announced their intention to send naval vessels.
  4. hey guys came across this not sure if anyone has tried or bought before? useful? https://ezbuy.sg/product/10203761.html spray on car mirror/window
  5. Hello , any1 have come across this faulty before ? Anti-pollution system faulty .. please advise
  6. Hi All, Just want to get some expert opinion on the necessity to get an anti-theft steering wheel lock if I am driving parking at City Square in JB. If yes, anyone knows where to get one? Any recommended model/brand? What is the avearge price range? Thanks
  7. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/competition-watchdog-to/2956254.html
  8. Need big quatity for window for a project. PM me your contact. I will call you. Regards,
  9. Wanted to do for my 2 toilets, any expert here can advice which type to go for?
  10. Toalson

    Anti competition laws

    Wonder if anyone can help to interpret if the following scenario is against the anti competition laws locally. Imagine a landlord of a commercial building decided not to renew the lease of the existing tenant even though the tenant is willing to pay for an increased in rental and then choose to bring in another tenant operating the same business to take over the space.
  11. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/red-shirt-rally-to-go/2125078.html KUALA LUMPUR: A"red shirt" rally that has sparked fears of ethnic clashes is expected to go ahead on Wednesday (Sep 16) amid a high police presence, after organisers confirmed a venue. The National Silat Federation (Pesaka) received the green light from the Kuala Lumpur City Council to hold the "anti-Bersih" Himpunan Rakyat Bersatu (United Citzens Rally) at Padang Merbok on Malaysia Day, a day to mark the formation of the Malaysian federation in 1963. Some 250 Malay NGOs pledged support for the rally, which they said was aimed at countering last month's Bersih protest, where tens of thousands hit the streets of Kuala Lumpur calling for institutional reform and the resignation of Prime Minister Najib Razak. Malay groups said the rally disrespected Malay leaders and ethnic Malays, who make up the majority of the population in peninsular Malaysia, and they want to teach minority "Chinese from opposition party DAP" a lesson. Malaysia's Inspector General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar said that the rally's organisers have complied with legal requirements so it is permitted to go ahead but there will be a high police presence to ensure public safety and order. Messages have been circulating on social media and messaging services warning non-Malays to stay away from the city centre over fears of ethnic clashes. But the police chief said the public should not worry as authorities will be on standby and will be monitoring the speeches for seditious content. "We are capable of ensuring security and safety ... Don't believe the messages circulating that Chinese shouldn't come out," said Khalid. "To me, these are the actions of people who want to purposely create fear among ethnic groups." Last week, Prime Minister Najib acknowledged that some leaders and members of his party UMNO planned to participate in the rally, though they were not organising it. He said UMNO did not support anything of a racist nature but he would not be directing members to not participate. Malay solidarity aside, many say they are attending the rally to show support for their prime minister, and other UMNO leaders. Najib continues to be plagued by allegations of corruption, despite his repeated denials. No charges have been brought against him so far. Now, a 2006 murder scandal he was linked to in the past has resurfaced. The Prime Minister says a recent current affairs programme about the murder of the Mongolian translator Altantuya is yet another step in a plot to oust him from government. Malaysia's police chief agrees, as was seen in his heated exchange at a news conference on Monday with a journalist from Al Jazeera which produced the programme. "You are trying to confuse the people, you are trying to create something else from nothing ... Whatever it is, we are commencing our investigation on Al Jazeera," said Khalid. This was not the first time Malaysia has linked the media to a plot to discredit Najib. In July, the Prime Minister threatened to sue the Wall Street Journal, and the government also blocked access to the Sarawak Report website after both news outlets published allegations that some US$700 million had been channelled into his personal bank accounts in 2013. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For all intending to drive up North during this period, please be extra careful of the situation developing in Malaysia.
  12. Guys, my helper has problem washing the roof of my car (Estima) as she cannot reach it. I bought the anti-slip stool from IKEA (Those higher ones) but she wanted something higher. Anyone has recommendations? It has to be anti-slip as I also do not want her to slip. Thks.
  13. Antonee

    Glasses for anti glaring

    Hi, would like to know if there is any glass (spectator ) for person who have perfect eyesight? Just want to protect the eyes from the glaring effect from the prolong long hours on laptop / desktop. Your feedback opionion is appreciated.
  14. Little_prince

    Legal question: anti competition clause

    hi guys. asking a question on behalf of a good friend of mind. background. - Sales manager in a coy dealing with IT products - Company late with salary on several occasions in the last yr. - was offered a role with a competitor with 30% up. - current contract clause restrict employment with all direct and indirect competitors for 1 year. Question 1. Is restraint of trade enforceable in singapore? MOM website very ambiguous. 2. Is late payment of salary/CPF considered a breach of contract? hence making the contract null and void? thanks in advance
  15. SGCM_editorial

    The (Anti) Social Network

    Writers such as myself can wax lyrical for pages about any given topic, but all that talkativeness somehow goes straight out the window when we’re caught in an “accidental” social situation. Suffice to say, I completely dread Chinese New Year “pilgrimages”. These visits are made all the more painful by the fact that I’m single. Because of my bachelorhood, I’ll be forced to endure questions on when I’m getting married, all the while resisting attempts by my mother to sell me off to the lowest bidder. Once that particular minefield has been negotiated, and before the conversation trails off awkwardly as we gravitate towards the pineapple tart jar, I’ll have to fi eld questions on “What I Do For A Living” and “Which Car I Like Best”. The first question is taken care of quickly, but the second is usually my cue to launch into a rambling monologue. But you know us writers. We’ll cast around aimlessly for ages, but once we find something we can relate to, we latch on like so many starving leeches. (Or, it could be that because of my extraordinary social ineptness, I’m interpreting the question wrongly – like going on endlessly about cloud patterns to non-meteorologists when someone asks about the weather.) It first starts with the notion that fast, exotic and astronomically expensive isn’t everything – which, I’ve come to realise, is a bit counter-intuitive to your average Joe. So, if their eyes haven’t glazed over yet, I proceed to then break the news that my favourite car so far isn’t even a car. It is, in fact, a van. Or more accurately, a light commercial vehicle. But whether you want to call a spade a spade or a multi-purpose gardening implement, it’s hard to escape the fact that the Renault Kangoo was built for more, ahem, utilitarian pursuits. Yes, the Kangoo handles like a soggy marshmallow, its 0-100km/h time is best measured in days (20.3 seconds actually, but same difference) and its 70bhp 1.5-litre turbo-diesel engine is a little… agricultural. All signs should point to me hating it, but here’s the thing – I don’t, primarily because it’s far and away the most honest vehicle I’ve ever driven. “I’m a van,” it seems to say. “So what?” In a time when overwrought seems to be the order of the day, the Kangoo is a breath of fresh air. At this point, the person I’m talking to will most likely have adopted a slightly glazed look, or started walking to where the bak kwa is as an excuse to end the conversation. Either way, I’d like to think it’s a win-win. For me, that is, because I’ve successfully fended off more questions while getting to indulge myself a little. As I grow older, I realise I’m deriving far too much glee from seeing those glazed expressions. I wonder if I should get that checked out... Daryl counts driving the Ferrari 599 as the closest he’s come to having a religious experience. And he doesn’t think he’s that antisocial This article was written by Daryl Lee, Associate Editor for Torque.
  16. I dunno if this is a good place to start this thread.. The Marketplace is not really meant for skoda posting... So here better?? Call me at 94522168.
  17. Kelpie

    Car Anti-static strap

    Hi all, I
  18. dear all, i am currently looking for some form of retail anti-theft devices and now doing a search for the best and economical way. Some fashion shops have a white plastic alarm tag on the clothings and the alarm at the door will trigger..is this expensive system ? and not sure if surveillance security cameras are sufficient to deter ?? any retail experts can advise...main objective is to prevent shop lifting and pilferage. anyone knows who can i consult or supplier to look for ? do i approach security company or any supplier with expertise...hope kind souls can point me in the right direction.
  19. Viceroymenthol

    The anti-Americanism of Jackie Chan

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldv...of-jackie-chan/ The anti-Americanism of Jackie Chan Posted by Max Fisher on January 10, 2013 at 12:27 pm Americans know Jackie Chan best for his cheery, acrobatic performances in action movies such as
  20. what is the difference between this 2??
  21. Hi all, my above mentioned has give way, anyone has the same experience and know where to get it change?
  22. Bloomberg reports Anti Foreign Sentiment in SG - Global News now -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ferrari Deaths Fuel Anti-Foreigner Anger Before Singapore Poll 2012-05-25 01:24:53.256 GMT By Shamim Adam and Andrea Tan May 25 (Bloomberg) -- At 4.09 a.m. on May 12, Chinese national Ma Chi sped through a Singapore stop light in his $1.4 million Ferrari 599 GTO and slammed into a taxi, killing himself and two others and sparking a wave of anti-foreigner sentiment. The crash, caught on camera by another cab and viewed more than 7 million times on the Internet, prompted ministers to try to defuse public anger over immigration policies and the rising wealth gap that caused the ruling party
  23. Mysportwish

    Anti-virus on Android Phone

    hello all, question - is it necessary to install anti-virus on Andriod mobile phone? thanks.
  24. Good one from the aussies.
  25. What does it mean? they can continue to sell and charge $3 fee per ticket? [confused] it was like some kind of taxes lor! $3 per ticket is quite siong
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