Housing Development Board (HDB) had imposed a new rule that will take effect in December 2014 that contractors have to use pre-packed screed for floor replacements, be it for wet or dry areas of bathrooms, rooms, kitchen and the living room. The current process is done with sand, with a mixture of sand and water, but HDB has mentioned that the required new standard is made with cement and sharp sand reduces wastage and is more eco-friendly, making sure of a greener (and cleaner) environment.
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Those flying coach from Jakarta to Singapore this afternoon might find themselves seated next to a surprise travel mate: none other than President Joko Widodo. The president and his wife, Iriana, are set to leave for Singapore to attend the graduation ceremony of their youngest son, Kaesang Pangarep, from the Anglo Chinese International School. State Palace officials said the president would be flying commercial, in coach, and paying for the trip himself.
In his latest attack on AHPETC, he accused the online community of being linked to the Workers' Party and acting in coordination to spread falsehoods and half-truths. That's a lot of unfounded, unwarranted accusations and insinuations coming from a Minister of State whom we would have expected to speak in a measured and balancedtone.
So, you’ve decided to hang up the uniform after years of distinguished service to our great nation. You’ve attended a few transition classes and have your interview suit and shiny new resume as you make the leap into the civilian world. You feel confident, because you’ve seen your colleagues leave the uniform on Friday and come to work the following Monday in a suit and tie making twice as much salary.
My only son who was studying abroad had to return to fulfill his NS obligation after he turned 18. Today he is serving the nation but he is not proud of doing it and so are his fellow Singaporean NS mates. He has an upcoming mission before his ORD and he dreads going for the outfield. It sadden me as a mother that I can’t do much let alone to console him as my son now belongs to the army.
Researchers from the Biomedical Engineering Department at the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a new robotic walker which will help stroke patients during rehabilitation sessions. The Assistant Professor Yu Haoyang explained that this new robotic walker will help patients practice their gait movements continuously. The machine also provides a natural setting for patients so that they can rehabilitate quicker.
In the ever constant struggle to keep a press pack happy, politicians will try a whole host of tactics from charm and charisma to cajoling and cowing. Thailand's military leader has opted for something a little more unorthodox - patting a reporter's head and scratching behind his ear. A video of the bizarre encounter in which General Prayuth Chan-ocha is seen petting a kneeling reporter during a chat with reporters earlier this week has gone viral in the kingdom. The video was posted by journalist Wassana Nanuam onto Facebook on Wednesday