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Though the case against STR concerns criminal defamation, this article that appeared in ST last year contains some relevant discussions on the common law principle that government cannot sue on defamation.If this principle were to be true, it is certainly arguable that it should apply to s499 of the Penal Code (criminal defamation) as well when reading it with Article 14 of the Singapore constitution that guarantees freedom of expression. The article deals with the case of blogger Han Hui Hui whom I represented when she was sued by a government body:



“In Britain, Derbyshire County Council v Times Newspapers Ltd (1993) laid down the principle in common law that a public body is barred from suing a citizen for defamation because this would discourage free speech.



More at https://tinyurl.com/y8nvz6jz
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All About Love / Re: Is online dating effective or a waste of time?
« Last post by szeying89 on November 12, 2018, 08:35:57 pm »
If you are a guy... this one is confirm bao-chiak one if you are really interested ....

Nope. Im a lady..
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Chit Chat Corner / Re: Wow....stunning interior design seriously
« Last post by AshleyBarone on November 12, 2018, 07:27:09 pm »
Hey, these are really great designs.
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https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/mahathir-lee-hsien-loong-malaysia-visit-istana-10921388


Speaking during the lunch, Dr Mahathir said that Singapore and Malaysia are "like twins" who are able to live together in harmony.

"Malaysia and Singapore are like twins in a way, excepting that perhaps the elder twin is a little bit bigger than the younger twin, and a little bit older," said Dr Mahathir. "But we have been able to live together in reasonably harmonious terms."

The two countries work together and help each other out, added Dr Mahathir.

"It is not often that you see countries which come together and then separated and still be able to work together and help each other," he said.

"With regard to the help extended by Singapore, I wish to record here our appreciation for the help extended by Singapore during the present currency crisis we had recently," he added. "If there is any way we can return the hospitality, we will try do so."

There will always be competition between two countries, said Dr Mahathir, but the most important thing is to continue the good relations. "As between two countries there will be some differences, there will also be competition, as between two countries, but the competition is always healthy.

"It helps us to really make every effort to win in any competition, and this really helps us to grow even faster."









Tun M , we are a nation of equals. Not Abang-Adik relation yah? .... we're not subservient to Malaysia okay ....


NOTE:  AND PLEASE RETURN ME MY CLOB MONEY $$$$$ ... DON'T ANYHOW MAKAN MY MONEY ... YOU KEPALA BUTOH !!!
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All About Love / Re: Is online dating effective or a waste of time?
« Last post by beaverjuice on November 12, 2018, 05:42:28 pm »
hihi.

I have started to use OKCupid too but so far have met one where we can chit chat with anything under the sun. But i guess can only be friends for now since we are become like each other consultant on dating. LOL :D

If you are a guy... this one is confirm bao-chiak one if you are really interested ....
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Singaporeans, however, do not seem to be happy.

Hundreds of Singaporeans are up in arms over the authorities’ decision to take action against the 5 NSFs and have saluted the young man, asking why the authorities are trying to “cover” this issue up:

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More at https://www.prolificskins.com/forum/current-affairs/hundreds-of-singaporeans-lambasted-scdf-for-filing-police-report-against-5-nsfs-who-leaked-photos-of-fatal-bionix-accident
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All About Love / Re: Is online dating effective or a waste of time?
« Last post by szeying89 on November 12, 2018, 03:50:11 pm »
hihi.

I have started to use OKCupid too but so far have met one where we can chit chat with anything under the sun. But i guess can only be friends for now since we are become like each other consultant on dating. LOL :D
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News, Current Affairs Discussions / Teenagers boil sanitary pads to get high
« Last post by beaverjuice on November 12, 2018, 08:10:36 am »
http://www.asiaone.com/asia/teenagers-boil-sanitary-pads-get-high


As bizarre as it sounds, young Indonesians have found another affordable way to get tipsy — boiling sanitary pads and drinking the water.

Police in Jakarta; Bekasi, West Java; and Kudus, Central Java, have arrested several teenagers caught while experimenting with unusual methods of getting intoxicated. Most used menstrual pads to make the formula.












WTF  :o :o :o  :o :o did i just read?!!!  :o :o
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@AlphaO58 you do realise that increased "consumption" of private care is leading to increased premiums for those on IP plans right? ???

There is no free lunch in this world of course ...  :-\
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