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Picture The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  13/03/2018
Tan Tam Mei Two SMRT trainees died because of a failure to impose safety protocols that would have prevented trains from entering the work site where a track inspection was being carried out. But former SMRT engineer Lim Say Heng's failure to effect a "last line of defence", known as the 0/0
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Picture The Straits Times  (HOME)  26/05/2018
K.C. Vijayan Senior Law Correspondent The High Court will get to establish what actually happened in a wave pool incident which left a sevenyear-old boy wheelchair-bound and tube-fed as a consequence. The family of Syahriz Matin Abdul Halim, who is now 10, is seeking answers in the negligence
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Picture The Straits Times  (ASIA)  12/04/2018
more years to watch and monitor if there would be other adverse reactions from the vaccine." The Public Attorney's Office has already filed a civil case for "grave misconduct" and "gross negligence" against Ms Garin, who approved the use of Dengvaxia, and officials of Sanofi. It is seeking 4.1 million pesos in damages on behalf of the parents
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Picture The Straits Times  (ASIA)  06/02/2018
have been caused by Dengvaxia. Mr Duque said further tests were needed to determine whether Sanofi could be held liable. The PAO has filed a civil case for "grave misconduct" and "gross negligence" against former health secretary Janette Garin, who approved the use of Dengvaxia, and officials of Sanofi. It is seeking about 4 million pesos
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Picture The Straits Times  (ASIA)  16/06/2018
collapse of a building that killed 14 people during an earthquake in February, prosecutors said. The building's architect and a civil engineer were also charged with causing death and injury by professional negligence, punishable by a five-year jail term. AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE Pakistan Taleban leader killed KABUL/PESHAWAR • Pakistani Taleban leader
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Picture The Straits Times  (WORLD)  29/10/2017
SWABI (Pakistan) • Three police officers stand daily guard at the tomb of Pakistani student Mashal Khan to prevent religious hardliners from fulfilling threats to blow up the grave of the 23-year-old who was beaten to death over rumours that he blasphemed against Islam. His grieving family,
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Picture The Straits Times  (HOME)  07/06/2018
| THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 2018 | THE STRAITS TIMES | B1 K. C. Vijayan Senior Law Correspondent An injured e-scooter rider's legal suit against a condo developer could lead to the introduction of a regime of rules for the use of such mobility devices in condominiums. In the High Court
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Picture The Straits Times  (WORLD)  18/07/2019
compensation amounting to RM30 million (S$9.9 million) against 12 parties. Lawyer Kamaruddin Ahmad said the two civil suits were filed at the Johor Baru High Court on Tuesday by the 171 victims against 12 defendants over their negligence in dealing with the pollution incident in March. "The first suit named 42 Pasir Gu dang residents, including
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Picture The New Paper  (NEWS)  07/06/2018
news ANG TIAN TIAN Madam Cassandra Ho, 49, is a volunteer with the active mobility patrol (AMP) team that promotes safe riding habits among cyclists and e-scooter riders. But on Tuesday afternoon, an e-scooter allegedly crashed into her on a footpath towards Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park. She lost
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Picture The Business Times  (COMPANIES & MARKETS)  12/11/2018
relative bright spots. BLOOMBERG A TORT is an act or omission which Singapore law recognises as a civil wrong. A person committing a tort can be liable for the loss or harm caused by the act or omission. Commonly recognised torts include negligence, defamation and deceit. A less common tort is the act of procuring or inducing a breach of contract
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