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  1. To create awareness for the less informed..
  2. A stretch of Penang Lane, just a stone’s throw from the Istana, was temporarily closed on Friday afternoon (3 November) after a suspicious grenade-shaped item was reported in the vicinity. Police said that the item was actually a toy resembling a hand grenade. Yahoo News Singapore understands that the item in question was found on a patch of grass along Penang Road. Authorities were alerted to the item by a member of the public at about 2pm. Police sent out an alert via social media at around 4pm, advising members of the public to avoid the area and not to speculate on the matter. More at https://sg.yahoo.com/news/false-alarm-penang-lane-closed-suspicious-item-found-101440671.html
  3. what an f--ker CB kia face: A car salesman, who was jailed for a week for knocking down and killing a five-year-old girl in 2009, had helped to stage another accident a year earlier. Tijan Syafiq Selamat had loaned his car for the fake mishap among three vehicles so as to file false insurance claims. Earlier this month, he pleaded guilty to conspiring to cheat NTUC Income Insurance by instructing lawyers to submit the false claims. He is currently serving the sentence of 14 months in jail but is appealing for it to be reduced. In the judgement released on Monday, District Judge Chay Yuen Fatt noted that such offences are difficult to detect. He said Tijan Syafiq and his accomplices would have got away if not for their greed to submit too many claims over the same collision. Investigations revealed that in early August 2008, Muhammed Akmal Ahmad, 22, proposed the scheme to Tijan Syafiq. At 10pm on Aug 15, 2008, the car salesman met up with two other unknown men at Tampines Industrial Avenue 2. There, the duo used their cars to stage a chain collision. i still remember was it this fella go online and kpkb about his accident? hope he gets assraped
  4. Some of us might had reservation about the extensive use of computers and digital media in today's classrooms. A recent OECD report confirms this: Computers 'do not improve' pupil results - latest OECD report warned. The OECD's education director Andreas Schleicher says school technology had raised "too many false hopes.. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-34174796 The report also mentioned: Students who use computers very frequently at school get worse resultsStudents who use computers moderately at school, such as once or twice a week, have "somewhat better learning outcomes" than students who use computers rarelyThe results show "no appreciable improvements" in reading, mathematics or science in the countries that had invested heavily in information technology.High achieving school systems such as South Korea and Shanghai in China have lower levels of computer use in school.Singapore, with only a moderate use of technology in school, is top for digital skills
  5. July 22, 2008 Durai cleared on false invoice charge By Elena Chong FORMER National Kidney Foundation (NKF) chief executive T T Durai was cleared on Tuesday of the remaining charge of using a false invoice to deceive the charity. The 59-year-old, who was brought to court in orange prison overalls and handcuffed, is currently serving a three-month jail sentence for deceiving the charity with a fake invoice of $20,000 to be paid to his interior designer friend, Mr David Tan. As he was led into the dock, he broke into a smile when he saw his family members, including his wife. He appeared to have put on some weight. In end-May, he lost his appeal against conviction and sentence in the High Court, which upheld the lower court's decision. He started serving his sentence on June 10. The case followed on the heels of the scandal which rocked the charity and led Durai and the entire board to step down in 2005. In court on Tuesday, Deputy Public Prosecutor David Khoo told District Judge Liew Thiam Leng that the prosecution had decided to withdraw the remaining charge against Durai. He applied for a discharge amounting to an acquittal. With good behaviour, Durai is exepcted to be out of jail in about three weeks. His lawyer, Senior Counsel Sant Singh, spoke to Durai together with his family members for a while after the court session was over. http://www.straitstimes.com/Latest%2BNews/...ory_260261.html muahahahaha... hurray.. can celebrate ND liaoz.
  6. An 11-year-old boy is being investigated for allegedly posting a false statement on Channel NewsAsia's Facebook page about a bomb blast on the MRT network between Buona Vista station and Outram Park station. A member of the public who spotted the post reported it to the police. The police were able to identify the person who made the post. Investigations against the suspect are still ongoing. Anyone found guilty of transmitting a false or fabricated message relating to a bomb may be punished with a fine of up to S$50,000, or imprisonment of up to 7 years, or both. http://news.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews...102-381170.html
  7. Wifey received one kid suspected being kidnapped SMS few days ago from her sis but I told her not to anyhow forward wait kena. Now they say 5 clowns kena investigation of spreading false kidnap info IIRC there was also another false alarm of something happening at Holland V last year or the year before that & the individual who "brilliantly" came out with this also kena police case Often when you receive such SMSes there is a tendency to think hey better play safe let my spouse/relatives/friends know about it & then you just send to all without much thought. Now better think twice or thrice before forwarding that SMS... From CNA: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1192682/1/.html Police investigating 5 persons for spreading false kidnapping info Posted: 02 April 2012 1732 hrs
  8. 'Significant part of what has been attributed to MP Seng is false' Yahoo! Newsroom - 20 hours ago Law and Foreign Affairs Minister K Shanmugam has stepped out to say that a lot of what has been attributed to MP Seng Han Thong over his
  9. I suspect my room's false roof is infested with cockroaches, any experience this before? Just in this week, I had found and kill 2 rather huge roaches that appear from no where. Is it true that only the female one can fly? Cause one of the one I killed was able to fly. In the middle of the night, I can hear multiple legs scratching sound above the roof. Anyone know of any DIY stuff that can help? What about the eggs? Or any cheap pest control lobang to recommend? Thanks!
  10. New non-NS Men PR who join RC for 12 superficial meetings can get priority for new HDB purchase. Is it that as long as their MP sign the recommendation letter; these new non-NS Men PR can jump the HDB queue ? Now these new non-NS Men PR can already register their eldest child with priority at pri sch of their choice; even before child of our NS Men. ________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________ I read this from the internet, just want to know true or not? So all those measures that govt implement not long ago to differentiate PR benefits with citizens, got a big lobang loophole? No wonder I see PRs join RCs
  11. According to a recent report, rumors suggesting the Toyota FT-86 Concept would be redesigned are incorrect. In an interview with AutoCar, Jaromir Cech, a senior designer at Toyota's European Design Development Center, dismissed the earlier reports. While he didn't specifically address the issue, he hinted that Toyota would officially announce plans to build the FT-86 at the Geneva Motor Show. He commented that the front bumper would likely be modified (to meet pedestrian crash protection standards) and the purse-like doorbins could be dropped. According to Cech, "I'm not sure whether the zips (aka zipper) idea for the doorbins will make it into production - it may prove too difficult to mass-produce - but I hope one day we'll see something like it in a production Toyota because it's a simple but also functional solution." As you may recall, the FT-86 Concept previews the jointly developed Toyota/Subaru sports car. It features a 2.0-liter naturally-aspirated Subaru Boxer engine, a six-speed manual transmission, ADVICS brakes, and rear-wheel drive.
  12. http://www.tnp.sg/news/story/0,4136,180757,00.html? Although no reasons were offered by the ministry on why his application was rejected, Mr Kanna said an MOM officer told him that it was because his monthly $1,700 income was deemed too low to support a family. Since when did the authorities have the power to decide who can get married because his salary is low. I have heard of families with children and a total family income of just $1200 and are still very happy. Is the newspaper reporting accurate?
  13. These days, I tend to hear at least 1 car alarm blaring away everyday. Either at work, at home or even in the public car parks. Most times, it's that irritating Clifford system with the 6 or 7 different siren sounds. This is the most over-rated alarm system for a car. Why do people insist on installing an alarm in the first place? There's no call for it in Singapore. Besides, even when it goes off.... who gives a damn anyway? Not a soul would pay any attention or do anything about it.
  14. Lately I've read in the Strait Times Forum that there're Drivers who were involved in accidents and made false reports to claim from the other party or preventing the other party to claim from their insurance companies. Just wondering how many Forumers here experienced such situations or what would you do in such situation? Many thanks in advance.