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  1. I came across this article about Ikea cabinets killing children in the US. Ikea USA issued a recall on it some time ago (now "relaunching" that recall). The recall for similar cabinets was extended to China but Ikea Singapore still claims it is safe to use in Singapore. Some questions come to mind: 1. How can the same item be unsafe in USA and China but safe in Singapore? Our children are made tougher than ang mo and PRC children? 2. Ikea Singapore says there are no incidents in Singapore except one from 10 years ago. Are they waiting for something to happen before they act? 3. People h
  2. Alamak... Just came across this. Hope when i go NZ in Dec, won't kanna bullied by these people... Those who are not aware, better take note. The problem is, the article doesn't really say what are the rights one has when really faced with such situations. It's mentioned the devices can be: - out of sight for minutes - confiscated and returned after a few days If go on a trip, they take your phone, then even if can get around, will sure disrupt plans and spoil the trip... https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/commentary/new-zealand-border-customs-digital-device-password
  3. To Register: https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/car-accident-rally-tickets-31837090595
  4. Singapore PR ask why they cannot vote for government since they have vested interest in our little red dot. Read already angry a not? from: https://www.facebook.com/AllSingaporeStuff/photos/pb.487870694661330.-2207520000.1394120473./520591754722557/
  5. Was reading CNA on-line when came upon this ............. Indonesia jails man who fought off mob attackers SERANG, Indonesia: An Indonesian court on Monday jailed a minority sect member for six months for defending himself and others from a lynch mob which killed three of his friends earlier this year. The sentence was the same or stiffer than those handed out last month to 12 Islamic extremists who led the mob in the February rampage, including a teenager who was filmed crushing one victim's head with a stone. Human rights activists expressed outrage that one of
  6. SingTel wins exclusive rights to broadcast UEFA Champions League and UEFA Cup SINGAPORE: Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel) has won exclusive rights to broadcast UEFA Champions League and UEFA Cup 2009-2012 on its mobile, internet and mio TV platforms. SingTel also plans to stream UEFA Champions League games both
  7. What are rights? I googled, read all the shares technical jargon but still don't understand... real noob here :p 1) let say, I've been allocated 100 rights share... if I take up, I pay $7.65 x 100. upon ex-rights, these 100 shares will be automatically go into my CDP as normal shares and I can trade it as normal trading price after that ? 2) if I don't take up, it will not convert into cash for me, right? 3) Excess rights... what is this? Any shares guru can help a bit?
  8. What happened to angmoh standard of Human Rights? Britain's MI6 aided torture of Nepal Maoists, book claims British authorities funded a four-year-long intelligence operation in Nepal that led to Maoist rebels being arrested, tortured and killed during the country's civil war, according to the author of a new book on Kathmandu. Launched in 2002, "Operation Mustang" targeted Maoist guerillas and saw British intelligence agency MI6 fund safe houses and provide training in surveillance and counter-insurgency tactics to Nepal's army and spy agency, the National Investigation Depart
  9. FRom CNA : SingTel secures BPL broadcasts rights for 3 more seasons Posted: 10 October 2012 2252 hrs SINGAPORE: SingTel on Wednesday announced that it has secured the broadcast rights to all 380 Barclays Premier League (BPL) matches for the next three seasons commencing August next year. These rights were acquired on a non-exclusive basis, meaning that SingTel is not obliged to share the content with their competitors. Mr Allen Lew, SingTel's country chief officer (Singapore) and CEO of Group Digital L!fe, said: "We are delighted to bring all the BPL matches 'live' to Singa
  10. There is always this huge debate on the rights of smokers versus those of non-smoking folks'. So where do you stand? Typical of those arguing their cases are portrayed here: From ST Forum: Smoker's view: http://www.straitstimes.com/STForum/Online...ory_747947.html Don't use health as a proxy to browbeat smokers socially Published on Dec 23, 2011
  11. Interesting POV coming from a non-smoker: From ST Forum: http://www.straitstimes.com/STForum/Story/...ory_739049.html Extending smoking ban indoors: Rights of the few count too Published on Nov 29, 2011 WITH regard to Mrs Sherley Servos' appeal ('Ban smoking inside homes too'; yesterday), I suggest that the Government not do so. It would be better for the authorities to tackle smoking issues with neighbours individually. As Singaporeans, we have been spoilt by immediate, punitive responses to problems. I too have a neighbour who smokes and the second-hand smoke
  12. Malaysia always have the more fun and happening clubs than us. ----- Malaysia's "obedient wives" anger rights groups Reuters Sun, Jun 05, 2011 Tweet KUALA LUMPUR - A Malaysian group urging wives to avoid marital problems by fulfilling their husbands' sexual desires like prostitutes has angered politicians and women's rights groups, the New Straits Times reported on Sunday. The Obedient Wives Club, which was set up by a group of Muslim women, said domestic violence, infidelity and prostitution stemmed from a lack of belief in God and a failure of women to satisfy
  13. ........Khaw calls for AVA to review culling of cats By Fann Sim | SingaporeScene
  14. like that consider threatening with their vote or not??
  15. Quite ridiculous right? I quote from stomp ChinaSeenStompCN said on 28 Sep, 2010 Report as offensive KAO PEI LAH! Naive young people. IF YOU WANT TO VOLUNTEER, THEN PLEASE, DON'T HOPE FOR ANYTHING IN RETURN. IF YOU WANT SOMETHING IN RETURN, YOU DON'T CALL THAT VOLUNTEER WORK, YOU CALL THAT A JOB. AND YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE VOLUNTEERED IN THE FIRST PLACE IF YOU HOPE FOR ANYTHING. UGLY FAKE VOLUNTEERS, GO CHECK DICTIONARY FOR THE MEANING OF "VOLUNTARISM" before you all cry father cry mother here!~!!
  16. Today went to cheers outlet at bukit batok. Saw Coke Zero can in the fridge priced $1.3. Took one to the counter shafted $2 note to the counter girl. She gave me back 50cents. I opened the can drinks and then took one mouth and say I want to see the cheers manager as I am cheated of 20cents! She went to the backroom to call her manager. The manager immediately asked her to refund me the 20cents difference. He took out the price tag and said price increased Liao. He said he will honour the advertised price for me. Make me feel so shiok today. Lately, many provision shops started
  17. Can someone explain the rights and obligations of volunteering? If I volunteer for X but get assigned to do Y instead, can I un-volunteer? Who should get the crap job? Volunteer or professional? Can I expect a certain level of leeway because I am going out of my way to help, or should I take whatever gets thrown at me because I volunteered?
  18. After reading a post by a bro on how in Europe they even have a mark in certain drink cups to fill until before adding ice, I suddenly feel that Singapore really got no customer protection. Any bros have any bad experiences to share? Together with this info we will not be made us of again
  19. After so long, they have finally secure rights to broadcast all 64 World Cup Matches across their platforms. Early bird package priced at $66 before 31st May. After which will be $88. Abit chor right...
  20. My fren brought in this brand of products from overseas directly from the manufacturer with exclusive disty rights in Singapore. Currently, another competitor is also selling these products in sg but goods were sourced from parallel import. My fren has already registered himself as the trademark owner for this brand in SG. My fren has also registered the ingredients of the products via gov authority but not the competitor. can anyone advise me what sld my fren do to drive this competitor out of the field as this is unfair playing field.
  21. It was reported in ST , 16 Jan 2009, that the purported amounted sought by FIFA is $100 million, hence explain the current stalement in the bidding. Crazy isnt it ?
  22. Singapore Telecommunications Limited Page 1 of 1 Company registration number: 199201624D News Release SingTel wins exclusive rights to the Barclays Premier League Singapore, 1 October 2009 -- Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (SingTel) today announced that it has won the bid for the rights to the Barclays Premier League matches for three years commencing August 2010. These include rights for mio TV, as well as the Internet and mobile.
  23. Here it goes again, after world cup come african cup than south america cup.
  24. Parliament to debate over EPL rights, standards of local pageants By Li Jiamei, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 16 October 2009 1627 hrs SINGAPORE : Questions over the rights to air the English Premier League (EPL) as well as other sports channels will be raised when Parliament sits on Monday. At least three MPs will ask the Acting Information, Communications and the Arts Minister about the recent successful bid by SingTel over the EPL rights. MP for Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC Zainudin Nordin, for instance, wants to know if consumers will benefit from the competition between the operator
  25. Hi guys, need to check with you. My last day with my ex company was 31st Mar. Up til now no payment has been received. Checked up on MOM but they only cover employee <$2500 mthly pay. Can legal gurus here can advise how I can go ard pursuing my $$$? As of now my Mar salary,outstanding claims, leave wages have not been paid.
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