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A Rare Contentious Election in Singapore
Wednesday, August 17 @ 10:15:55 CDT by sound (1760 reads)
International: PoliticsAnonymous writes "
Asia Sentinel, by Garry Rodan, Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Singaporean concerns about rising inequality, public infrastructure pressures associated with foreign worker numbers and the scarcity of political accountability are now playing themselves out in what usually is a tame election for the country’s presidency, a mostly ceremonial post.

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Tigers: memorandum on the lies and misleading statements of the Sri Lanka high commissio
Saturday, June 25 @ 12:09:10 CDT by sound (1778 reads)
International: PoliticsAnonymous writes "
No 12, Jalan Keranji Dua,
Off Jalan Kedondong, Jalan Ampang Hilir,
Wilayah Persekutuan.
24TH JUNE 2011

Re: memorandum on the lies and misleading statements of the Sri Lanka high commissioners and government 

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Journalist's killing seen as bid to silence media in Pak's history
Wednesday, June 01 @ 12:04:30 CDT by sound (1538 reads)
International: PoliticsAnonymous writes "
The Hindu,

The murder of Pakistani journalist Syed Saleem Shahzad after considerable torture is being viewed by the Fourth Estate here as an "unambiguous" bid to silence the media at a time when it has become a platform for disparate voices questioning the security forces of the country.

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Exit polls say Mamata likely to sweep WB, split on TN, Kerala
Tuesday, May 10 @ 23:19:51 CDT by sound (1805 reads)
International: PoliticsAnonymous writes "
TNN | May 11, 2011, The Left Front's 34-year rule in West Bengal is set to end with the Trinamool Congress-led alliance likely to win three-fourths of the seats, according to exit polls and post-poll surveys by various media outfits.

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Explosive WikiLeaks Cables Nail Yudhoyono
Saturday, March 12 @ 19:50:43 CST by sound (1475 reads)
International: PoliticsAnonymous writes "
Asia Sentinel, Written by Philip Dorling    Friday, 11 March 2011 US embassy in Jakarta has serious doubts about the Indonesian president's own integrity

When Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono won a surprise victory in Indonesia's 2004 presidential elections, the United States Embassy in Jakarta hailed it as "a remarkable triumph of a popular, articulate figure against a rival [in*****bent president Megawati Sukarnoputri] with more power, money, and connections."

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Singapore Cracks down on Online Journalism
Monday, February 07 @ 08:13:33 CST by sound (1398 reads)
International: PoliticsAnonymous writes "
Asia Sentinel,
Monday, 31 January 2011 Popular website is forced to register as a political group
The Committee to Protect Journalists is protesting an order by the Singapore government to force a journalistic website, The Online Citizen, to register as a political organization, in a move apparently designed to limit political commentary.

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Fake passport case: Bhatkal suspects' links being probed
Tuesday, January 11 @ 03:38:11 CST by sound (2112 reads)
International: PoliticsAnonymous writes "
The Hindu, Jan 01 2011Trail of funds drawn illegally in Malaysia under scrutiny
Six persons who were arrested by the Uttara Kannada police at Bhatkal on the charges of possessing 32 fake passports are being questioned whether any terror group had taken their help to carry out attacks against India. On a tip-off from Central intelligence agencies, the District Criminal Investigation Bureau (DCIB) arrested Mohammad Yunus Ali, Sajjid Ahmad, Mohammmad Saddiq, Mohammad Yusuf Misba, Yunus Saleem Misba, and Mohammad Gous Meera. All are residents of Bhatkal and returned from Malaysia on Saturday. Two other accused, Muhammad Saleem of Bangalore and Ashish Agarwal of Mumbai, are missing.

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Singapore's WikiLeaks Gaffes
Sunday, December 12 @ 10:11:13 CST by sound (2049 reads)
International: PoliticsAnonymous writes "
Asia Sentinel, Written by Our Correspondent    Sunday, 12 December 2010
In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the Merlion sleeps tonight/wimoweh, wimoweh, wimoweh
Oz papers find top Foreign Affairs ministry officials trashing the neighbors

Some of Singapore's top Foreign Affairs Ministry officials made devastating assessments of Malaysia and its leaders to senior US officials in 2008 and 2009, according to leaked US State Department cables that the WikiLeaks website made available to Australian papers.

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A lost war
Thursday, November 25 @ 08:50:53 CST by sound (2106 reads)
International: PoliticsAnonymous writes "
Frontline, S. GANESALINGAN The book traces the history of the struggle for a Tamil homeland in Sri Lanka.
THE author of the book under review, Pavai Chandran, is a well-known writer and journalist in Tamil. At the request of the editor of the Tamil daily Dinamani, he had undertaken the task of writing the history of the struggle for a Tamil homeland (eelam) in Sri Lanka. The armed struggle ended with the death of V. Prabakaran, the supremo of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), on May 18, 2009.


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Singapore Jails British Author Alan Shadrake for Six Weeks
Tuesday, November 16 @ 09:14:39 CST by sound (2218 reads)
International: PoliticsAnonymous writes "
Asia Sentinel, Written by Paul Karl Lukacs    Tuesday, 16 November 2010
The author, Alan Shadrake
The author of "Once a Jolly Hangman" incarcerated for six weeks for "scandalizing the judiciary

Alan Shadrake, the British author found guilty earlier this month of the charge of "scandalizing the judiciary" by alleging in a book that racial and class disparities exists in the application of Singapore's death penalty, was sentenced Tuesday to six weeks in jail.

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