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TNP DEFENDS MELVIN SINGH, GETS FLAMED BY NETIZENS AGAIN

A.S.S. editorial was informed by our readers that The New Paper (TNP) has issued a response to our reaction piece, "TNP'S MELVIN SINGH SAYS TEENAGER IN MRT WAS AT FAULT, NOT THE ANG MOH BULLY" posted yesterday. A.S.S. thanks Melvin Singh for his reply and will feature a summary of his points below in line with our belief in freedom of speech and reply.

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159TH MEDIA TRIES TO DEFLECT ATTENTION FROM PRCS' VIOLENT BEHAVIOR

I think this is all just a conspiracy to make Singaporeans forget about the PRC problems we have in Singapore. By saying that all customer service staff face such unreasonable customers, they will make the 2 PRC women look less out of place. This will allow them to protect their precious "foreign talents", who we have exposed to be immoral, violent and uncivilized. Why is the PAP going all out to protect foreigners in our country? It should be simple enough to just charge and throw these 2 women out of the country along with their whole family. Look at any other country other than Singapore and you will see that their governments don't take shit from foreigners.

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PROPERTY EXPERTS: FERNVALE LEA HAS ENORMOUS RESALE POTENTIAL

The nearby Jalan Kayu area has also been identified as an identity node in the Urban Redevelopment Authority's master plan, he added. This means that the Government will improve access and visitor experience to the area. "Imagine living near a place like Holland Village in the future. The area has potential. You cannot allow one bad point to cover all the good points," he added.

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INDONESIAN MAID SPIKES BREAST MILK WITH OIL TO HARM BABY

Soon after returning home with her family at around 6.30pm, the mother took out a packet of breast milk from the refrigerator as she wanted to top it up. Noticing a pungent smell when she opened the packet, she decided to check the others and found that another packet also reeked of the same odour. She told her husband about it and they decided to check the maid's personal belongings that evening.

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GAME OVER FOR JOVER CHEW?

Rogue trader Jover Chew cleared out his Sim Lim Square shop over the weekend. With the help of movers, he removed 10 boxes of goods from his store on the first storey on Sunday and loaded them into a waiting lorry.

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CHINA WOMAN DESTROYS SINGAPOREAN FAMILIES TO HAVE EASIER LIFE FOR HERSELF

Mabelle says she is willing to share her experience because she feels that "it is grossly unfair to blame PRC women" when a family breaks down. She is aware that her comments could invite a backlash, but she says in Mandarin: "Who cares? I don't owe anyone a living. If there is any reason for concern, it would just be my son, because he is innocent." Her son, 15. He is in the Integrated Programme (IP) of one of the top schools here. In a separate interview, her son says in fluent English: "The humiliation was too much for me to bear. I had trouble coping with school, my grades were dropping and I almost failed my final term examinations last year."

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Mustafa boss' luxury home is 10 storeys tall

Mustafa Centre has almost everything you can find under one roof.That philosophy seems to apply to the boss and his family, too. Not for the family of Mr Mustaq Ahmad, 62, the managing director of the 24-hour shopping complex, has built an $11 million, 10-storey apartment occupied exclusively by his extended family. And it comes with a swimming pool and gymnasium, reported Malay-language daily Berita Harian. Recently, Mr Mustaq, 62, checked There are nine units of three- to five room apartments which Mr Mustaq, his wife Ishret Jahan, their four children and six grandchildren share.

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