Saturday , 20 January 2018

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Bangladesh opposition leader says 242 supporters killed in month

DHAKA – Bangladesh opposition chief Khaleda Zia accused the federal government on Tuesday of “state terrorism”, saying greater than 240 of her supporters have been killed throughout a 4-week interval that included final month’s controversial election. Zia, a two-time former premier who heads the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), stated safety forces and ruling celebration activists have been behind the killings ... Read More »

M1 apologises for intermittent voice and text messaging mobile services

SINGAPORE – M1 stated on Tuesday that a few of its clients had been experiencing intermittent service for voice calls and textual content messaging since 7am. A spokesman for the telco stated that cellular knowledge providers usually are not affected. “We are striving to resolve the difficulty and sincerely apologise for the inconvenience to our clients,” he stated in an e-mail ... Read More »

‘Not proud to be Singaporean’ Stephanie Koh hit her aunt

SINGAPORE – The 21-YEAR-OLD who made the news last month for her controversial remarks on how she is not proud to be a Singaporean, has found herself making headlines again, this time over a family dispute. Ms Stephanie Koh, finalist of a Korean reality show, was accused of hitting her aunt on the first day of the Chinese New Year last ... Read More »

Koreans got punched and kicked because performer hugged him

SINGAPORE – A group of Koreans’ night time out on the primary day of Chinese New Year ended with three of them in hospital, with accidents reminiscent of a fractured cranium, a torn ear and a cut up lip. The six males have been attacked outdoors Rendezvous Grand Hotel alongside Bras Basah Road on Jan 31 at about A.40am. They had ... Read More »

Roach found in soup at The Soup Spoon @ Marina Bay Link Mall

SINGAPORE – Roach present in soup at The Soup Spoon at Marina Bay Link Mall. Her order was for a bowl of Nourishing Vegan Broth. But when it got here, the soup turned out not so vegan – there was a lifeless cockroach floating in it. “It was the dimensions of a tablespoon. Its wings have been unfold open and its ... Read More »

Taxi Driver Molested by Sexy Female Passenger

SINGAPORE – A fifty three yr previous cabbie filed a police report after he was groped, molested and virtually raped in his cab early this morning at Amber Road in Tanjong Katong. Ang Peck Seng had picked up a feminine passenger he described as busty and attractive at Tanjong Katong and stated that she had seemed to be operating away from ... Read More »

NEA warned Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council for unlicensed fair

SINGAPORE – The National Environment Agency (NEA) has issued a number of warning letters to Aljunied-Hougang Punggol East Town Council for working a Chinese New Year truthful with no licence. On Tuesday night time, NEA officers visited the truthful in entrance of Hougang Mall and advised stallholders that they need to not proceed to function there and not using a licence. ... Read More »

Japanese airline ANA aired racist commercial

TOKYO – Japanese service All Nippon Airways (ANA) stated Monday it’s apologising individually to clients who name to complain about racial stereotyping in a brand new TV business, however has not determined whether or not it ought to pull the advert. ANA began airing the brand new 30-second tv commercial on Saturday, aimed toward selling its beefed up schedule of ... Read More »

Thousands Police Cameras to be installed in HDB and Carparks by 2016

SINGAPORE – The police have introduced that the rolling out of police cameras might be accomplished by 2016 with all HDB blocks and multi-story carparks to have a set of cameras. Already, over one thousand HDB blocks have had police cameras put in since May final yr. Other areas that police are specializing in embrace areas corresponding to Little India and ... Read More »

Kuala Lumpur-S’pore high speed rail link well on track

SINGAPORE – The proposed High Speed Rail (HSR) hyperlink between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore is making good progress. This was revealed in a joint assertion after the tenth Malaysia-Singapore Joint Ministerial Committee Meeting for Iskandar Malaysia (JMCIM). The assembly was held in Singapore, and was co-chaired by National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan and Malaysia’s Minister within the Prime Minister’s Department, ... Read More »