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Archive for the ‘Opinion’ Category
A question of fairness: PRs competing with citizens for Primary 1 places

A question of fairness: PRs competing with citizens for Primary 1 places

By Bhaskaran Kunju, Political Correspondent The ongoing debate over PRs balloting for places in schools with Singapore citizens seems to have once again deepened the divide between citizens and non-citizens. Readers have written in and commented online their thoughts on Mrs Sweta Agarwal’s letter which proved to be the catalyst... 

Temasek: One Step Closer to Accountability?

Temasek: One Step Closer to Accountability?

By Imran Ahmed, Business Correspondent There are two subjects that seem to be absorbing the attention of Singaporeans these days: immigration and Temasek. Wearing my banker / asset manager hat, I believe the recent changes in the Temasek Charter are a step in the right direction. The quicker that Temasek and its corporate culture... 

Race and religion: a convenient smoke-screen to divert attention from more important issues?

Race and religion: a convenient smoke-screen to divert attention from more important issues?

From our Correspondent The ruling party’s continued obsession with race and religion matters is either a testimony of their failure to forge a united people identified by their nationalities after 44 years of uninterrupted rule or a smoke-screen to divert public attention away from more pressing, and perhaps embarrassing... 



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