Little India Riots — 18 casualties
– Singapolitics: Little India riot: Responsibility is a two-way street
– Bertha Harian: The big Little Indian clean-up Part 2
– TOC: On a Little Street in Singapore
– Today: Sharing information without context can inflame a situation
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: S’poreans are over-reacting to the riot
– Air-conditioned Nation: Racial riot? Really?
– anyhowonly: The Special Operations Command
– Abdillah Zamzuri: Why Little India riot won’t be the last one
– Alisa Writes: Rethinking the Little India riot
– Thetwophilo’s Blog : Riot In Little India is “an isolated incident” So Said PM Lee, Masagos, Lee Bee Wah and Tin Pei Ling
– Kirsten Han: Comment: We still don’t know what really happened on Sunday night
– Popagandhi: The Real Singapore Conversations
– Signs of Struggle: Like the G? Log out and flip a police car
– Singapore Hall of Shame: Little India Riot: More questions to be answered
– SGbangla: Stop Humanizing the Banglas/ Indian FTs!
– A Singaporean In Australia: Anti-Riot Measures that Insults Intelligence
– Sgbitchfit: Off with his headline!
– Musings From the Lion City: Let’s Wait
– Jentrified Citizen: One Little Riot Opens Pandora’s Box to Many Big Issues
– My Singapore News: Stop the insanity
– SpotlightOnSingapore: Riot in Little India: Spotlight on SPF
– likedatosocanmeh: Thinking Singaporeans must reject MSM ‘facts’ on Little India riot, timeline needed
– According2ed: Singapore Little India Riots – The ‘Drunk Indians’ card again?
– Tan Family Chronicles: A sanitised discussion about the Little India riots with the kids
– I on Singapore: Give our heroes each an award!
– My Thoughts…: I Could Have Stopped The Riot
Regulating the Internet
– Sgpolitics.net: The tragic irony of MDA’s licensing framework
– Mr. Brown: Gahmen licenses Breakfast Network website to death
– Freedom From the Press: Online freedom: time to revise the Singapore report card
– DKSG: MDA licencing forced Breakfast Network to cease operations
– A Load of Fish: Breakfast Network closes
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