Recently, I chanced upon an advertisement by an Indian consultancy firm and promising Indian nationals of good jobs in Singapore. The slogan says, "If you can dream it, we can make it happen". Over the years, Singapore PAP has made no apologies for selling our country out by signing FTA with India and China. In the FTA Info Kit, the agreement states that PAP will provide jobs for Indian nationals in more than 127 professions.
- Ng Eng Hen: IPPT will now only consist of 2.4km, Sit-ups and Push-ups
- EIU Report 2014 Report: Singapore is the most expensive city in the world
- Malaysia Minister: Singapore Cars entering Malaysia will have to pay more than RM50
- Husband Makes Spreadsheet Of Wife’s Excuses For Avoiding Sex
- Our useless president Tony Tan should stop wasting our taxpayers' money!
- If Every Singaporean Behaves Like a Taxi Driver, PAP Will Fear Us
- 4 Well-Paying Jobs That Don’t Require Degrees (In Singapore)
- PAP TC charges Single Mum with 4 Kids $50 to retrieve wallet dropped into lift shaft
- World Bank President confirms PAP spends too little on healthcare
- LTA must be dumb, they caused the JB Toll increase and VEP
‘A disastrous intellectual package-deal, put over us by the theoreticians of statism, is the equation of economic power with political power.’ - Ayn Rand Temasek Holdings and GIC are two of three sovereign wealth funds (SWF) owned/controlled and operated by the Singapore government, the third being MAS. SWFs first sparked global interest and scrutiny in the wake of the 2007 Great Financial Crisis.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made the following remarks at his meeting today with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon: "Mr. Secretary, I appreciate the fact that you came here and that you took time to see what we’ve just shown you. I think it’s clear that Israel is doing what any country would do if terrorists rained down rockets on its cities and towns – hundreds of rockets, day after day, week after week. In addition, as I’ve shown you, Hamas has dug terrorist tunnels under hospitals, mosques, schools, homes, to penetrate our territory, to kidnap and kill Israelis.
After Raymond's kids moved out to set up their own homes, he decided to downgrade from his landed property and move into a small condominium unit with his wife. Maintaining his own house was getting to be quite a chore for his creaking bones. The extra money would make retirement a bit more pleasant, as it was tiresome being asset-rich and cash poor.
Singapore beat Malaysia 3-0 in the women's table tennis final to secure a fourth straight gold in the event at the Commonwealth Games on Sunday. The strong favourites suffered a mild surprise when they lost their first match since their win in the inaugural tournament in 2002 in their semi-final win over India. But they were far slicker against the sixth seed Malaysians, who shocked second seeds Australia in the semi-finals, and did not lose a match on their way to gold.
A 15-year-old Japanese schoolgirl was arrested Sunday on suspicion of murdering a classmate and dismembering her body, local media reported. The suspect, whose name was not released as she is a minor, has admitted to strangling the victim and severing her head and left hand, according to the Kyodo news agency. She allegedly delivered blows to the head of 15-year-old Aiwa Matsuo with a metal instrument before strangling her in the city of Sasebo, in Nagasaki Prefecture, southwest Japan.
Malaysia said yesterday it would send dozens of police to the crash site of Flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine after pro-Russia separatists agreed to allow international police personnel to provide protection for investigators. In a statement yesterday, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said he had spoken with his counterparts from the Netherlands and Australia, and the three agreed to work together in deploying police personnel to the site.
Israel and Hamas went back and forth yesterday over proposals for a humanitarian lull in the fighting in Gaza, underscoring the external and internal pressures on both sides. By afternoon, Hamas, the militant group that dominates Gaza, had called for a new 24-hour lull, hours after Israel declared an earlier one over in response to a barrage of rocket attacks from Gaza into its territory.