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DPM THARMAN NEVER LISTEN TO S’POREAN WISHES, INSIST HE DON’T WANT BE PRIME MINISTER

When queried by reporters at the launch of Wong Fong Industries Building, DPM Tharman Shanmugaratnam ruled himself out from becoming Singapore's next Prime Minister after a recent Blackbox survey that almost 70% of Singaporeans wanted him to be our next PM. Just to be absolutely clear, because I know there's this talk going around ... I'm not the man for PM, I say that categorically. It's not me. I know myself, I know what I can do and it's not me. I'm good at policy-making, good at advising my younger colleagues and supporting the PM, not being the PM. That's not my ambition and that's not me.

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POLICEMAN REJECTS $10,000 BRIBE OFFERED BY FEMALE PROSTITUTE DURING VICE RAID

On 14 April 2016 at about 1.30pm, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Chan Wai Hoong and his team of officers from Central Division were conducting enforcement operations at Middle Road when they conducted a check on a 42-year-old woman. During the check, the woman repeatedly offered ASP Chan a sum of $10,000/- as an inducement to let her go. The officer rejected the bribe and arrested her for attempting to bribe a Police Officer.

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MOE REJECTS NUS MUSIC GRADUATE AMIS APPLICATION BECAUSE HE DID NOT PROVIDE ABRSM GRADE 5 QUALIFICATION

An NUS music graduate looking to renew his Arts and Music Instructor Scheme (AMIS) licence has been rejected by the Ministry of Education because he did not furnish them with at least an The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) grade 5 qualification even though he attached his Bachelor of Music degree as his highest professional music qualification. An ABRSM grade 5 is equivalent to GCSE 'O' levels. Does MOE think that a music degree from our local university is not as good as a lesser qualification from a UK examinations board?

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INDONESIA AGAIN REJECTS SINGAPORE’S OFFER TO HELP FIGHT FOREST FIRES

During a meeting in Jakarta to discuss the haze issue, Indonesian officials told the Singapore delegation that they had enough resources to fight the forest fires and does not need Singapore's assistance at this time. Singapore repeated its offer of assistance including the sending of one Chinook helicopter to conduct water bombing and one C-130 aircraft for cloud-seeding operations. However, Indonesia stood firm and said it had enough resources to deal with the fires.

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