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Picture The Straits Times  (WORLD)  19/07/2017
BEIJING • The new leader of the south-western Chinese city of Chongqing has demanded that officials banish the "evil legacy" of its former party chief Bo Xilai, a man jailed for life in 2013 after a dramatic corruption scandal, state media said yesterday. Mr Chen Min'er was appointed
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Article Singapore and Sri Lanka committed to concluding FTA talks by end-2017
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (WORLD)  19/07/2017
Both Singapore and Sri Lanka are committed to concluding negotiations on a free trade agreement before the end of the year, Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said in Colombo yesterday. "It will be a modern, comprehensive, high-quality, ambitious free trade agreement. It will demonstrate to   (313 words)
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Picture ISAS Insights  28/04/2017
ISAS Insights No. 405 – 28 April 2017 Institute of South Asian Studies National University of Singapore 29 Heng Mui Keng Terrace #08-06 (Block B) Singapore 119620 Tel: (65) 6516 4239 Fax: (65) 6776 7505 www.isas.nus.edu.sg http://southasiandiaspora.org Sri Lanka's Role in the
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Article Not enough people donating organs
By: SEOW YUN RONG, TAN TAM MEI,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  14/06/2016
The number of organ donations is not meeting the demand of those waiting for transplants. This is despite the fact that Singapore has implemented an opt-out system that has increased the number of potential organ donors. Over the years, changes were also made to the Human Organ Transplant Act   (1380 words)
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Picture The New Paper  (NEWS)  14/06/2016
news news Reports by SEOW YUN RONG and TAN TAM MEI tnp@sph.com.sg The sudden death of her daughter, who was pregnant with twins, hit her hard. Despite being filled with immense grief, Ms Shireen Kumar, 53, was asked to do one more thing — help ease someone else's pain by donating her daughter's
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Picture The Straits Times  (LIFE TRAVEL)  13/03/2016
C10 | Life The Sunday Times | Sunday, March 13, 2016 Sunday, March 13, 2016 | The Sunday Times Life | C11 FROMC1 GEOGRAPHICALLY BLESSED The success story of the Gulf carriers is built on underlying assets, some of which competitors can do nothing about. The Gulf region is geographically blessed,
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Asia News Network OPINION: Rethinking Bangladesh's population problem
By: MUHAMMAD AZIZUL HAQUE,   The Daily Star (Bangladesh)  The Daily Star (Bangladesh)/Asia News Network  11/07/2016
population has long ago exceeded the combined population of Myanmar, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Singapore. We do not have enough land even to properly house the existing population, let alone housing any additional people. All the strides and all the remarkable successes that Bangladesh has achieved in various socioeconomic sectors since its independence, and particularly   (1305 words)
Article Flying high / The rise of Gulf carriers
By: LEE SIEW HUA,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE)  13/03/2016
Amid charges of unfair competition, Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways are upping the aviation game with fancy new aircraft and routes Lee Siew Hua Travel Writer Bank executive Philomena Gan catches the latest Chinese movies on her frequent Qatar Airways flights. The route map on her   (3942 words)
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Picture The Straits Times  (ASIA)  24/12/2015
China seeks US help overcorrupt officials BEIJING • The Chinese authorities are working with the United States on repatriating five most-wanted corrupt Chinese officials living in the US, a senior official said. Chinese judicial authorities launched Operation "Sky Net" in April to hunt down 100 major
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Article Man who 'hid gold in rectum' arrested
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (ASIA)  24/12/2015
A man has been arrested at an airport in Sri Lanka for allegedly trying to smuggle gold bars hidden in his rectum. Customs officers at Bandaranaike International Airport noticed that the man, 42, was walking with an odd gait, and conducted a search, reported the BBC. Four gold slabs weighing a   (324 words)
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