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Mohan Singh of Azad Hind Fauz, who Mohan Singh?

Mohan Singh was earlier a Captain in the Punjab Batallion of British Indian Army fighting in Malaya. He was a Prisoner of War, captured by Japanese after his unit 1/14 Punjab Regiment was uprooted and destroyed by the Japanese at Jitra. 996 more words

History

Why no challenge for the Workers' Party new Sec Gen?

Unless you have been living under a rock, you would have known that the Workers’ Party (WP) has recently held its internal central executive committee (CEC) election and got itself a new Secretary-General, Mr Pritam Singh. 236 more words

Stir-fried Articles

WP: Will Ownself sabo Ownself?

Well argued, Pritam Singh and Sylvia Lim !

Great to see WP coming up with both solid, constructive suggestions on how to prudently and intelligently use government land sales, a key element of our huge fiscal headroom to enlarge sustainable revenues, as well as rigorously rebutt the established, conservative “wisdom” for not doing so.

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Corporate Governance

Will Heng Swee Keat Stop Lying About The Government's Finances?

On Friday Sylvia Lim raised the issue of whether the Government had raised test balloons before the Budget to see whether it could get away with raising GST now but had backed down after negative public reaction. 1,026 more words

Lee Hsien Loong

The Only Thing Pritam Singh Has in Common With JBJ is the Colour of His Skin

Today Daniel Goh announced that he would not be contesting  the SG role leaving the field clear for Pritam Singh to be elected to lead the Workers Party.   722 more words

Democracy

On Its 60th Anniversary The WP Conspires with PAP to Create A Fake History

Yesterday the State Times published an Insight article  on  the Workers Party 60th Anniversary. A misnomer, since the article was remarkable for its lack of insight or rather for its deliberate glossing over of the real reasons for the WP’s success and for the airbrushing of my father, JBJ, out of history. 890 more words

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