The vice principal rescued from the doomed South Korean ferry has been found hanged, Korean police said Friday. Out of the ferry's 475 passengers, 325 had been second year high school students from Danwon High School in Ansan, about 20 miles south of Seoul. They were on a four-day trip to the island of Jeju, a popular South Korean tourist destination.
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Surgeons in Delhi found 12 small gold bars inside a patient complaining of pain in his gut, a news report said Friday. The 63-year-old businessman swallowed the 33-gram bars, known as gold biscuits, in Singapore and brought them to India on March 28, the Times of India newspaper reported. But he was unable to recover them after they lodged in his small intestine despite drinking lots of water and taking laxatives.
Dear The Real Singapore, I am inspired by the kind deed of this bus driver which came out of his driver's seat at EVERY SINGLE STOP and opened his umbrella to passengers boarding the bus so as to prevent them from getting wet from the rainwater dripping off from the bus doors when the bus door open.
A multimedia feature on the life and influence of opposition veteran Chiam See Tong was created by 4 Nanyang Technological University communications students. The documentary which can be seen at http://mykindoftown.sg/ features various features of Mr Chiam See Tong’s life and his contribution to his constituency and Singapore’s Politics.
On 18 April 1988, nine former Internal Security Act (ISA) detainees who were released just a few months earlier, issued a joint statement. That morning, I remember picking up a call from a foreign journalist who wanted to confirm the authenticity of the statement. She asked if I had anything to add. I replied that a lot had already been said in the statement and I didn’t know if we would be rearrested! She said that up till then, I had not been arrested. We laughed. Yes, “not yet”, I replied, half believing that I would not be arrested.
I may be the least qualified to talk about this chilling possibility but I do hope it would prompt the experts to open up and discuss it to educate the masses and the policy makers of the unusually high risk the people are being exposed to a deadly plague or biological epidemic. We are all familiar with the obsession of the Australians in guarding their island continent from an invasion of foreign microbes, organisms, bacteria or viruses that could destroy lives and the ecology of their continent.
Dear TRS, I have posted on StarHub’s Facebook page regarding my displeasure with the way they handled the bundling of 4G as a free add-on without informing customers, but less than 30mins later, they removed my post. So I am hoping you would put this up for all Singaporeans / StarHub Customers to read. They did not remove posts made by other commenters but only mine, which suggests that I do make a point.
A 23 year old man was arrested by police on Thursday for outraging the modesty of a 19 year old girl. The offence occurred at around 6:30pm at Woodlands Avenue 7. The man had tried to make friends with the victim but allegedly molested her. The victim called her father immediately and she and her father went looking for the man. They found him at Woodlands Avenue 6 and detained him until police arrived.