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Posts Tagged ‘ singapore ’

  • Academy of Singapore Red Cross
    - Posted 10.21.12

    As many as 15,000 more people here could be trained in first aid by the end of 2014, as the Singapore Red Cross opened a facility in the heart of Orchard Road yesterday. Located at The Atrium@Orchard, above Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station, the Singapore Red Cross Academy will hold classes for working professionals to address […]

  • Haze Alert For Malaysia Nationwide
    - Posted 06.17.12

    The Department of Environment (DOE) has imposed a blanket ban on open burning in Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya while the Education Ministry is monitoring the situation. Authorities are stepping up vigilance nationwide against the haze that is expected to worsen in the next few days. The Malaysian Medical Association is also advising the public on […]

  • Bollywood Oscars for “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara”
    - Posted 06.12.12

    The movie, which loosely translates to “You Won’t Get A Second Life”, scooped up nine awards including best supporting actor for the director’s brother Farhan Akhtar and best story at the annual ceremony. Director Zoya Akhtar’s road trip drama “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” swept the top honours, including best picture and best director, at the […]

  • 15k Singaporeans getting banned from CASINO
    - Posted 06.08.12

    Starting July 1, about 12,000 residents—including the unemployed—who are receiving short- to medium-term financial aid from the government will be barred from the casinos, the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports said late Thursday in a statement. Singapore will bar about 15,000 more citizens and permanent residents, including low-income and unemployed people, from entering […]

  • Singapore is not good model for developing country
    - Posted 06.04.12

    When Myanmar’s reforming President Thein Sein visited Singapore in January, officials there offered lessons on how to modernize and attract foreign investment. Singapore’s eagerness to court Myanmar’s ruling generals has been a diplomatic feature of the international community’s two decades of trying to crack open the reclusive country. Now that Asia’s “next economic frontier” has […]