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Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed has offered condolences on the death of Lee Kuan Yew, said to be modern Singapore’s founding father, who died on March 23 in Singapore General Hospital.

Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today,

‘Celebrate Together As A Nation’

The Speaker of the Parliament, Halimah Yacob, appealed to all the Singaporeans to stay in the country and celebrate the nation’s 50th birthday instead of travelling overseas or going abroad.

"My appeal to Singaporeans is to please stay in Singapore during the long weekend. I understand that

Afghan cricket reflects progress

For Afghanistan cricket has become an insightful metaphor reflective of the Afghan people and their Government now creating their own secure and prosperous future in the world.

Australia’s Commander in Afghanistan, Major General David Mulhall, AM, CSC said the unity of cricket is

Wage Increase For Lower-Wage Civil Servants

The Deputy Prime Minister this Tuesday announced in the Parliament today that about 2200 lower wage civil servants will receive a wage increase between S$60 to S$80 in the coming month of April.

 "This move will keep salaries market competitive as part of our regular review of salaries. From

King’s Public Address

The Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah made a royal address to the public of Malaysia at the opening of the third session of the 13th parliament sitting in Kuala Lumpur this Monday.

‘We would like to reiterate the position of Islam as the religion of the federation which must

Budget Cannot Be All ‘Sweetness and Light’: Deputy PM

Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam while speaking in a post-Budget dialogue involving 400 youths on Sunday, said that the Government shaped the Budget in the interest of Singapore’s future and not to win elections.

While responding to a question whether increasing petrol duties will have

Three Major Shifts In Education

The Education Minister Heng Swee Keat announced this Friday the three major shifts in education. He made these announcements during a debate on his ministry’s Budget.  The first major shift according to him is that the students should go beyond learning for grades and into mastery.

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