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Article Driver jailed for negligence
By: SHAFFIQ ALKHATIB,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  23/11/2016
He didn't notice woman as he turned, knocked her down & killed her He hit and killed a pedestrian while driving a minibus. But driver Ong Seng Thiam, now 56, was not aware of the accident at first. He only realised he had hit Vietnamese national Do Thi Kim Chi (below),   (423 words)
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Asia News Network OPINION: Gross medical negligence
By: EDITORIAL DESK,   Dawn (Pakistan)  Dawn (Pakistan)/Asia News Network  03/09/2016
Karachi can be a rough, violent city. But what makes matters worse is the callous attitude displayed by many of those who are supposed to be providing succour to victims of violence. As pointed out in a letter published on these pages on Friday, sometimes even basic human compassion is missing at public   (331 words)
Asia News Network EDITORIAL: Nepal govt's criminal negligence
By: EDITORIAL DESK,   The Kathmandu Post (Nepal)  The Kathmandu Post (Nepal)/Asia News Network  07/06/2016
relocate them. But neither has the government relocated these settlements, nor has it bothered to conduct more geological assessments in the quake-affected districts. Such negligence is beyond comprehension. Given Nepal's geography, geo-hazard assessment after the quake was imperative to identify areas prone to natural disasters like landslides, flooding   (431 words)
Article DMX sues Deloitte, alleging professional negligence
By: ANGELA TAN,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (INVESTING & WEALTH COMPANIES)  07/10/2017
DMX Technologies Group is suing Deloitte & Touche LLP for losses and damages suffered as a result of alleged professional negligence by its former auditor.
Based in Hong Kong and listed in Singapore in 2002, DMX is a digital media solutions provider with offices scattered in Asia, including   (656 words)
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Article Courts should handle medical negligence cases
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FORUM)  10/11/2017
proceedings against doctors highlights the problem encountered with medical negligence cases (Hard to get experts to testify, says SMC; Nov 1).
The Singapore Medical Council (SMC) deals with all the complaints against doctors, ranging from alcoholism to medical negligence.
The problem arises when unhappy patients make use of the SMC to get a   (302 words)
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Article Driver fined, banned for negligence
By: RONALD LOH,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  21/09/2016
A driver was fined $2,400 and banned from driving for a year for hitting a 78-year-old pedestrian who suffered three fractures as a result. Yesterday, Lim Bee Tin, 61, was convicted of negligently endangering human life on Sept 3 last year. Lim was driving along Mei Chin Road towards Stirling   (314 words)
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Article His negligence led to grandma's death
By: LINETTE HENG,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  01/03/2016
was trapped in the car, but escaped with minor injuries. Yesterday, Heng pleaded guilty and was fined $4,000 and banned from driving for four years for causing death by negligence. Two other charges — causing grievous hurt to his brother and failing to ensure his rear seat passenger was belted up — were taken in to consideration. Deputy Public   (605 words)
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Article Surgeon in court to face second negligence suit
By: SELINA LUM,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME)  15/01/2016
Doctor sued by widower over post-operative care of his wife who died after surgery A surgeon awaiting the outcome of a negligence suit brought against him by a prominent businessman is now fighting a similar case involving another wealthy Malaysian. Dr London Lucien Ooi was accused in the High Court yesterday of being negligent in his post-operative   (535 words)
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Online Worker hurt while 'moonlighting' wins negligence claim
By: K.C. VIJAYAN,   The New Paper Online  The New Paper Online  (NEWS)  21/05/2017
15:13:56 K. C. VIJAYAN, SENIOR LAW CORRESPONDENT, THE STRAITS TIMES The High Court rejected an employer's defence that an injured construction worker should not benefit from a negligence claim as he had been moonlighting at the time, which is against public policy. Judicial Commissioner Audrey Lim ruled the defence "blatantly" ignored the fact that the employers   (492 words)
Asia News Network MH370: Housewife, family sue MAS for negligence
By: M. MAGESWARI,   The Star (Malaysia)  The Star (Malaysia)/Asia News Network  25/02/2016
Thursday (February 25). K. Sri Devi, her two young children Haresh Varmer and Thashvarmen, and the parents of her deceased husband are taking legal action against MAS for negligence. Sri Devi is the widow of deceased S. Puspanathan who was then a governance specialist. They named Malaysian Airlines System Bhd, Malaysia Airlines Bhd, the Department   (144 words)
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