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9572 results found for: aarush arora convict
Article Teacher gets jail for punching man, causing facial fractures
By: DAVID SUN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  04/09/2019

He was convicted after a three-day trial.
The court was told that on Sept 24, 2017, Pettijohn was at the Swiss Club in Bukit Timah for an Oktoberfest event. He was there with Mr David Michael Rive, 35, a British colleague, and they left together at about 1am.   (365 words)
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Picture The New Paper  (NEWS)  04/09/2019
The victim, Mr Arora Neil Kant, 49, a permanent resident, was there with his friends, and his group left the club at around the same time. The prosecution told the court that both groups were at the taxi stand when Mr Arora heard Pettijohn making racist remarks, and he then chided the American. A dispute ensued.
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Article Lelaki tumbuk warga Inggeris dijel 20 bulan
Berita Harian  Berita Harian  04/09/2019

Jurulatih teknologi pendidikan William Samuel Pettijohn, 31 tahun, menumbuk warga Inggeris Arora Neil Kant sekali sahaja. Tetapi pukulan itu menyebabkan tulang muka Encik Arora retak, termasuk rongga mata kirinya.   (110 words)
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Article StanChart 'go-to' bank for clients venturing overseas
By: SIOW LI SEN,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (COMPANIES & MARKETS)  08/04/2019

Based in Singapore, Mr Arora runs a global team of more than 2,000 people which includes 800 working in Asean and South Asia.

lisen@sph.com.sg
@SiowLiSenBT   (830 words)
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Picture Tabla  (INDIA)  17/01/2020
The court was hearing a plea filed by the death row convict challenging the death order issued by Sessions Judge Satish Arora on December 7.Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Maninder Archaya said, “From 2017 they have made it a strategy to bring this to 2019. In 2017 criminal appeal is dismissed.
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Online International school teacher gets jail for punching man, causing multiple facial fractures
By: SHAFFIQ ALKHATIB,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (SINGAPORE)  03/09/2019


On Tuesday (Sept 3), District Judge Mathew Joseph sentenced Pettijohn to 20 months' jail after convicting him of one count of voluntarily causing grievous hurt.

The teacher was also ordered to compensate the older man $1,000.   (748 words)
Article Growing wealth through long-term, passive investments
By: CHOO YUN TING,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (INVEST)  01/12/2019
Me & My Money Digital wealth manager CEO Dhruv Arora does not believe in actively trading to time the market As the founder and chief executive of a digital wealth management platform, Mr Dhruv Arora walks the talk by investing through his own company, Syfe.   (1507 words)
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Article Voting machines spark row as India polls loom
By: DEBARSHI DASGUPTA INDIA CORRESPONDENT IN NEW DELHI,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (WORLD)  04/02/2019

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CHIEF ELECTION COMMISSIONER SUNIL ARORA, speaking at an international conference on elections in New Delhi.   (907 words)
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Article STUBBING OUT A GLOBAL MENACE / Taking the shock and gore approach
By: NIRMALA GANAPATHY INDIA BUREAU CHIEF IN NEW DELHI,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (INSIGHT)  06/01/2019
There have been (government) discussions to amend this loophole," said Dr Arora.
"The government did invite public suggestions to amend the National Tobacco Control legislation or Cigarettes and Other Tobacco Products Act. Public health experts have suggested removing DSAs to amend this loophole."   (706 words)
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Asia News Network Producer Prernaa Arora convicted for contempt of court
By: KANCHAN CHAUDHARI,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  29/02/2020
The Bombay high court has convicted Bollywood producer Prernaa Arora of contempt of court and sentenced her to imprisonment for six months. Justice GS Kulkarni on February 24 ordered Arora, who produced the movies Toilet: Ek Prem Katha and PadMan, to surrender at the Azad Maidan police station in Mumbai before March 2 to serve the prison term.   (495 words)
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