Daily SG: 3 Mar 2014



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Truth, Justice, and the Singapore Way

– Food Fuels Me To Talk: Judge, law professor & morality
– Cheated Singaporean: The Invisible Man and CPIB
– Singapore Notes: Kinky Laws in Political Play
– Mothership: NUS ex-law professor went to jail for 5 months for nothing

Little India Riot

– DNA India: Crises brewing in Little India in Singapore
– TOC: COI Week 1 – The hearings so far
– Blogging for Myself: Admiration for LT. Tiffany Neo
– My Singapore News: The revelations of the Little India riot
– Kirsten Han: Comment: Ongoing Little India COI shows complexity of factors led to riot

Section 377A (What is Section 377A?)

– Yahoo! SG: NUS professor controversially likens lesbianism to ‘cancer’, sparks protest letter from graduates
– The Independent, SG: Ugly Conservatives
– Rilek1Corner: NUS Muslim Student Wrote Letter & Petition against Lecturer Syed Khairudin Aljunied, Now Denies He is Gay, Demands Public to Apologise to His Mother
– Everything Also Complain: NUS Malay Studies Prof calling lesbianism cancerous
– New Nation: Letter writer: I do not condemn asexuality, but it’s wrong

Budget 2014

– Five Stars and a Moon: Your Letters: Budget 2014
– Reflections on Change: Budget 2014 Thoughts
– The Star: A sweetener for the Pioneer Generation

It’s getting hot in here

– Zit Seng’s Superwall: A New Season in Singapore
– DKSG: The longest-ever dry spell in Singapore

Municipal Issues

– Likedatosocanmeh: S & CC should not be increased when TC has surplus
– Leong Sze Hian: Increase in S&CC charges – figures don’t add up

Singapore is just a little red dot

– ndru1: The Third Macdonald House Bomber: Gani bin Arup

Defending Our Lion City

– Literally Kidding: NSF whistle-blower – to laud… or not?

Daily Disclosure

– Bertha Harian: Can I have a maid-to-order?
– Guanyinmiao’s Musings: An Exercise In Futility
– Thoughts of a Cynical Investor: No $ needed: Three fixes to show the PAP really cares
– Alex Lew Yan Liang 刘彦良: Alternative Model for Food Stalls in Singapore Shopping Centres


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