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Indian FT Raped University Student Near Kranji War Memorial

Indian FT Raped University Student Near Kranji War Memorial

An Indian national foreign worker will face a charge of aggravated rape after a female university student was reportedly attacked and raped somewhere in Kranji. The Indian national, Chinnaiah Karthik, 21, was alleged to have approached the 23 year old student along Turf Club Avenue at around 1.30am on May 4.

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FOREIGN NTU STUDENT FEELS ALONE AND HELPLESS

My uni life have just begun for a few months but I feel excluded. Hall people, seniors, exchange students all have their own clique, meanwhile I'm neither here nor there. I remained positive and socialize with anyone I happen to see everyday nonetheless. It is until recently that I fell sick, then i realized how lonely and helpless I am.

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UNI STUDENT DRIVES UBER TO PAY FOR SCHOOL FEES, LANDS IN MORE DEBT AFTER ACCIDENT

I began driving for uber as a partner in August last year in hopes of earning a side income to pay for my university fees. I'm not currently an uber partner anymore. As with most uber partners, I rented a car from a company called LCR. Unfortunately, I was involved in an accident along Upper Bukit Timah road on 11 July (see attached pictures for reference). It was involving my car and a Comfort taxi.

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YALE-NUS INTERATIONAL STUDENTS PETITION AGAINST 3 YEAR BOND FOR TUITION GRANTS

Students from the Yale-NUS Liberal Arts College are petitioning against bonding to local companies for 3 years when they accept the Singapore Tuition Grant Scheme (TGS). TGS is a scheme that helps students pay for their tertiary education in Singapore and is offered to students of local universities, polytechnics and arts institutions etc.

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JAY CHOU CONCERT TICKET SCAMMERS ONLY GOT PROBATION FOR CHEATING

Is there no such thing as hard work anymore? Two tertiary students were yesterday sentenced to 21 months probation for cheating their victims in a scam involving a Jay Chou concert. They apparently worked together to cheat 11 people a total of $7,670. One is from NTU, while another is from SIM. Between the two, they had only one valid ticket, but they hatched a scam to print bogus tickets, taking advantage of Jay Chou fans who were looking for the sold out tickets.

Both are university students, which means academically, they could not be doing too badly for themselves. Why stoop to scamming people of their money, only these two young men can answer.

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