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Mad Dog's, Low's fangals?

Or maybe these women admire or are inspired by by Ah Lian, Mrs Chiam and Auntie Sylvia? Or put off by HoHoHo, Grace Fu and Jos Teo? 156 more words

Double confirm, TRE posters are morons

Based on findings by another researcher, Debbie Goh, who did a survey on personalised communication and the knowledge gap during GE 2015, she discovered that for voters aged 60 and above, the ones with below average online engagement had a higher mean knowledge score compared to those with above average engagement. 45 more words

Rating our public servants

A family of kids in the US traumatised by a police raid (the police came in with revolvers drawn thinking that there was a captive in the house: seems the police got a hoax call) 194 more words

PAP

30% keep on KPKBing-- Don't despair

Be brave and of good cheer. History is on yr side. PAP is doomed: by demographics and S’pore rising levelsw of education.

I’m not joking. 451 more words

Political Governance

Polly Mann: Drones, NATO, The Economy

We’re more than halfway through 2015 and how is it progressing? Here is just a sample of some stories, both good and not so good. 864 more words

Military Madness

The Japan Singapore Symposium - My experience

I was pleasantly surprised when the Institute of Policy Studies of  National University of Singapore invited me to the ‘Japan-Singapore Symposium’. It is an annual event where eminent people discuss the social, economic and geo-political situation prevailing in SE Asia in general and Japan-Singapore relations in particular. 473 more words

Writers

Mainstreaming and empowering FATA people stressed

ISLAMABAD: The speakers of seminar held here at Institute of Policy Studies (IPS) on Tuesday termed mainstreaming of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and giving its inhabitants stake in their governance as the only rational way forward, post military operations. 487 more words

FATA Reforms News