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GAY INDIAN BOY FORCED TO HAVE SEX WITH MOTHER TO TURN HIM STRAIGHT

A teenager was reportedly forced to have sex with his own mother in one of the horrific cases of “corrective rape” uncovered by campaigners in India. Deepthi Tadanki, who is making a film on the subject, was told of the attack while doing research in the city of Bangalore. “Family members forced a gay boy to have sex with his mother, in a bid to turn him 'straight',” she told the Times of India.

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RECRUITING FIRMS SHOULD NOT HIRE FTS TO RECRUIT JOB CANDIDATES

The most surprising thing is that I got India Indian recruiters calling me now too, but their thick foreign accent really put me off. They also don't know anything about Singaporean life, like I told them I am on reservist for the last 2 weeks and so I can't go for any job interviews, the India Indian recruiter then ask me what is reservist training and why I cannot go for interview, I told them I have to stay inside camp and cannot book out and they are like completely don't understand what I am saying.

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BOY CLAIMS BEST FRIEND’S MOTHER RAPED HIM FOR 3 MONTHS

A 16 year-old boy claimed that his best friend’s mother had been sexually assaulting him for the past three months. According to a news report, the teenager had gone to meet his best friend in Chembur, Mumbai, at his house. While he was there, his best friend's mother allegedly spiked his soft drink, which made him lose consciousness. He later found himself stripped in a room, after which she forced herself upon him and recorded the act.

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DBS BANK HAS MOST INDIAN EXPATS IN UPPER MANAGEMENT

The Singapore government is encouraging employers to hire more locals and many MDs are indeed Singaporeans, but there’s also a good sprinkling of foreign talent among the upper legions, especially at DBS – widely seen as the most ‘international’ of the three home-grown banks. Michael Power has been a consumer operations MD at DBS for four years, while Sandra Stonham, MD of technology and operations, has been with the firm since 2008.

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NEW TREATY WILL ALLOW INDIA ACCOUNTANTS & NURSES TO WORK HERE

Soon Indian chartered accountants and nurses will get easy access to work in Singapore as the two countries are finalising mutual recognition agreements. Mutual recognition agreements (MRAs) pave the way for recognition of professional body of one country by the other. Regulatory bodies of various professional services like engineering, accountancy and architecture are encouraged to enter into these pacts.

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INDIA FT CREATES “SMELL OF FEAR” FOR JAPANESE OCCUPATION EXHIBITION

The horror and hardship of the Japanese Occupation of Singapore is not unfamiliar to those who have studied history, but a new project at the National Museum of Singapore (NMS) is set to take it to another dimension — capturing the smell of fear. The scent, called Fear, is one of 12 specially created to evoke different chapters of Singapore’s history featured at the museum’s Singapura: 700 Years exhibition. It was created to recall the smell of blood and sweat. It will be featured in the exhibition’s Syonan-To section about the Japanese Occupation during World War II.

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TEENAGER ALLEGES YEARS OF RAPE BY FATHER, BROTHER, UNCLE

The father, uncle and brother of a 16-year-old girl in India were arrested after she accused them of raping her repeatedly over a period of two years. The girl, who lives in in Dhupguri town in West Bengal state, told a school teacher on Thursday. She was too scared to speak out previously. She was taken to the police where she registered a complaint against the 3 men on Friday.

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