Tag Archives: dna

SABAH POLICE: DNA TEST CONFIRMS HUMAN REMAINS BELONG TO MISSING TEACHER & STUDENT

Sabah police confirmed today that the last two Singaporean climbers who went missing after last Friday’s earthquake have been accounted for. Sabah police commissioner Datuk Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman said that body parts found on Mount Kinabalu were identified to be those of 13-year-old student Navdeep Singh Jaryal and 35-year-old teacher Mohammad Ghazi Mohamed from Tanjong Katong Primary School.

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AGC REJECTS TODDS CLAIMS THAT TOWEL & NOOSE WERE DESTROYED TO BLOCK DNA TEST

The local authorities have rejected insinuations that two pieces of evidence related to US researcher Shane Todd's death were destroyed to prevent further DNA testing on them. His parents believe he was murdered even though evidence presented during a 10-day inquiry last year proved he had hanged himself against a door with a noose and towel around his neck.

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CHANGE AND THE SINGAPOREAN DNA

In the commentary, Devadas lists the gripes Singaporeans have had in recent years – the 2013 Population White Paper, urban flooding, corruption cases of high-profile public servants and Government’s intention to regulate the internet – and selectively quoting from historical events, suggests that Singaporeans are survivors, and so must adapt to changing circumstances.

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