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India and Australia Bowl from The Same Crease

The International Cricket Council met this year with representation from five full-time members, India, United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe, as well as candidacy from the Netherlands, Scotland, Ireland, and Canada. 734 more words

Welcome to GLS!

Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts’ first ever inter-college event, the Global Leaders Summit in association with MUN Cafe, officially took off today – and participating delegates can look forward to three days of heated discussion, complete with moments of submission, victory, and compromise. 267 more words

An Interview with MUN Café

MUN Café is a skill development platform aimed at inculcating 21st century leadership abilities into the Indian youth through student conferences, learning programmes, and academic simulations. 228 more words

West Coast Vale site draws top bid of $292m

China Construction Development has put in the top bid of $292 million in a hard-fought, nine-way battle for a residential land parcel in West Coast Vale. 364 more words


What is your legacy? #leadership #success

How do you define success? How about a legacy?

There are some real gems in this video I have linked here. It reminds me of a similar talk John Maxwell gave 20 years ago when Willow Creek was celebrating a significant anniversary. 97 more words


Bullish bids in Perumal Road land tender

The bullish bids lodged for a plot in Perumal Road are a clear sign developers remain hungry for sites.

The land attracted 11 bids with an offer of $174.08 million from Low Keng Huat leading the pack, the Urban Redevelopment Authority said yesterday. 375 more words


First half of 2017 will have 11 sites for sale under Industrial Government Land Sales programme

SINGAPORE – The Industrial Government Land Sales programme has listed 11 sites up for grabs in the first half of 2017.

There are six on the confirmed list and five on the reserve list, which can be triggered for public tender with an acceptable minimum bid. 73 more words