Domestic violence... So many women are victims of domestic tyrants, but they just scare and keep quiet. I was one of them... I was so in love with amazing Singapore and my husband. And as the most of women i kept hope that one day he will change. But this day never come. First punch i got from him when i was pregnant 9 month. After giving birth things become even worse. This man was humiliating and punching me in front of his mother and father... And when i was carrying baby, it did not stop him! He push, he slap, he punch... He never care that baby is scared and crying! He like to play role of good muslim man and role of nice family man on public. Its like two different men.
TOWARDS A MORE GRACIOUS SOCIETY KEY COMMENTS AND PROPOSALS Since the year 2002, NSP has made repeated calls on the Government to do more for our elderly. Budget 2014 only reinforces the transactional value in our society. We have missed the opportunity to lay the foundation for a more gracious one. PGP is premised on rewarding a generation of people who had sacrificed much towards the economic success of Singapore.
Singtel will not be charging their customers for the use of the free applications like Whatsapp, they will bill these companies instead. Which logically also mean these free applications will start charging the end-users. It is simple: whoever Singtel is going to charge, the money has to come from some where. The owners of these free applications are already doing the public a charity by making their services free, they are not going to incur losses just because some cheapskate telecom company in Singapore wants to make "sustainable" profit.
According to a survey of over 10,000 fresh graduates from NUS, NTU and SMU, 83.4% of fresh grads had found a full-time permanent job within 6 months of graduating. When considering temporary or part-time work, the figure went up to 89.3%. The survey was conducted by the three universities and it received responses from just over 2/3rds of the cohort that graduated from the 3 universities that year.
Those readers who have been following my blog since the beginning would know that I supported them during the last General Election. I went to their rally at Bedok Stadium, bought their merchandise, and of course voted for them. That night, during the announcement of the results, I was there at Hougang stadium to show my support. It was an amazing experience; there was a feeling of patriotism that I never felt before, and most present would swear that we were all unified as Singaporeans then, something that not even the National Day Parade could invoke in me.
Recently, Lawrence Wong, Chan Chun Sing and Grace Fu were serendipitiously caught on camera, nodding off in parliament as the budget was presented. No wonder, the glaring omission in the grand show and tell was the traditional gee-whiz powerpoint slide-fest favoured by the Old Man. And for good reason too, it would showcase the biggest slice of the pie once again goes to.... (drum roll).... Defence, to the tune of $12.6 billion or 22.2% of the total expenditure for FY2014.
For far too long, Singaporeans have been told that we don’t earn what we deserve because we haven’t been hardworking enough, or that we are not good enough. And so we resign ourselves to our fates. How wrong we are. How wrong we have willed ourselves to be. Today, find out here how the government undercuts your wages and how we are made to fight among ourselves.
Royal Bank of Scotland has lost all the money invested in it by the taxpayer six years ago when the lender came close to collapse. The bank has confirmed its total losses since its bailout have now drawn level with the £46bn pumped into it in 2008 in return for an 81% stake. RBS made a loss last year of £8.2bn, its sixth consecutive annual loss, taking its cumulative losses to £46bn.
The highcourt on Friday acquitted Tey Tsun Hang, the NUS professor charged with corruption in the high profile 'sex-for-grades' scandal last year. The 42 year old law professor had been accused of having sex with one of his students, 23-year-old Darinne Ko, in exchange for giving her better grades. He was found guilty in June last year of corruption and sentenced to 5 months jail but he filed for an appeal.