Japanese lingerie brand launches bra that can only be unfastened when its wearer is experiencing 'true love'

A Japanese lingerie brand has created a bra that can only be removed when its wearer is experiencing ‘true love’. The underwear comes with a heart rate monitor that syncs with a mobile phone app which automatically unhooks the bra when the wearer’s pulse hits its so-called ‘True Love Rate’.

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WHAT WILL HAPPEN AFTER LEE KUAN YEW'S DEATH?

Why is the imminent death of LKY an issue we need to pay attention to? A shared opinion among some political observers is that the PAP Government will call the next elections immediately after his funeral - which will no doubt occupy the headlines for weeks in order that the party can leverage on the expected flood of tributes and sympathy from both the local and international media. It will be the biggest advertising campaign for the PAP, which the party will gladly exploit in order to win another election.

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Lim Swee Say to fight for East Coast again in next GE

Labour chief Lim Swee Say has declared his interest to run in East Coast GRC in the next general election, saying he hopes for more time to implement the plans he has for the ageing constituency. "I have made up my mind. I want to contest in East Coast, in Bedok, and fight for another chance to serve the residents of East Coast," he said in an interview with Chinese daily Lianhe Zaobao, published on Monday.

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SOME FACTS ABOUT LIBYA

Homes are considered a human right in Libya – Gaddafi vowed that his parents would not get a house until everyone in Libya had a home. Gaddafi’s father has died while him, his wife and his mother were still living in a tent. All newly married people in Libya receive US$ 50,000 by the government to buy their first home to help the new family.Medical treatment and education are free in Libya. Before Colonel Muammar Gaddafi ruled the country, only 25% of Libyans were literate. Today the figure is around 83%.

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The luckless Mr Lui

So there was an effigy paraded on Saturday – and people were spitting on their EZ-link cards, probably because spitting on the ground is an offence. Eeew. Frankly, I cringed at the photographs that are being circulated on social media. I say (and I will probably be whacked for this) that it is not the Singapore way. In fact, I am hoping that the action is not a manifestation of the feelings of the majority of commuters.

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“Mummy, flying economy is worse than taking the MRT!”

Seriously, if he is as rich as he implied, what with his sneers at S’poreans travelling on the MRT, why isn’t he and his family travelling biz or first class? Especially as there are two very good reason to do so this time: security and the absence of publicity. Airlines guard jealously the privacy of premium class passengers. He can’t be genuine about being afraid of his security, can he? Travelling economy-class, where the MRT-travelling S’poreans also travel.

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UNDERSTANDING ANTON CASEY

Do you really think this storm in his life will endear the poor to him? Do you really believe he will henceforth learn to have less contempt for the poor because he's been so firmly castigated for insulting them? Logically, the answer must be a resounding NO! He will continue to detest and despise the less fortunate, and perhaps even more so now that he will perceive himself as having suffered humiliation at their hands.

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CEMENT-MIXER DRIVER MUNIR MOHD NAIM JAILED FOR TAMPINES FATAL ACCIDENT

Munir Mohd Naim will also be banned from driving all vehicles for five years upon his release. The 57-year-old, who is now doing odd jobs, pleaded guilty to causing the death of Nigel Yap Yew Cheong, 13, and his seven-year-old brother, Donavan, who was a pillion rider, while they were cycling along Tampines Street 45 at 5.43pm on Jan 28 last year.

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ADAM KHOO: THE EXPATS WILL RULE SINGAPORE

I have a prediction. My prediction is that in a couple of years, the expatriates (from China, India, US etc…) will rule Singapore. They will increasing take on more leadership roles of CEOs, directors, heads of organizations, award winners etc… If you observe closely, it is already happening now. This year’s top PSLE (Primary School Leaving Exam) student is a China National. Most of the deans list students and first class honours students

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Murder, he solves: ASP Roy Lim will work round the clock to beat crime

There is no typical workday for the 42-year-old detective from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID). Earlier this month, he helped to nab the two suspects involved in the kidnap of the Sheng Siong supermarket chief's mother. It led to 39 officers, two police departments and four units being honoured with the Minister for Home Affairs Operational Excellence Award.

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