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20668 results found for: david jebakumar durai pandiyan
Picture Tabla  (SINGAPORE)  06/09/2019
Pandiyan (red kurta), talking to TRC's youth wing members.
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Article Heng: TRC integral part of nation building
By: TAMILAVEL,   Tabla  Tabla  (SINGAPORE)  06/09/2019
Pandiyan said this would be expanded to pre-school students from next year.
Mr Heng also launched the community app kuri.sg – an effort by TRC and its youth wing.   (563 words)
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Article FairPrice imposes purchase limits to curb stockpiling
By: AUDREY TAN AND GOH YAN HAN,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  10/02/2020
At the Sheng Siong outlet at Loyang Point mall, Mr Arun Pandiyan, 27, who works in the semiconductor industry, said his shopping experience was smooth and he managed to buy everything he needed. "Initially, the bags of rice were sold out, but they restocked it and we managed to get a bag," he told ST.   (749 words)
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Article Davinder Singh leaving Drew & Napier to set up own law firm
By: SELINA LUM, LAW CORRESPONDENT,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  25/01/2019
Durai, then CEO of the National Kidney Foundation, for defamation in an article that said he had a gold-plated tap installed in his office.
Mr Durai threw in the towel on the second day of the trial.
selinal@sph.com.sg   (385 words)
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Article Top litigator Davinder Singh leaving Drew & Napier to set up own firm
By: SELINA LUM LAW CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  25/01/2019
Durai, then CEO of the National Kidney Foundation, for defamation in an article that said he had a gold-plated tap installed in his office.
Mr Durai threw in the towel on the second day of the trial.   (636 words)
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Article Epigram Books sweeps English fiction category in S'pore Lit Prize
By: OLIVIA HO,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE)  20/06/2018

The books are novels The Gatekeeper by Nuraliah Norasid, State Of Emergency by Jeremy Tiang, Sugarbread by Balli Kaur Jaswal, Death Of A Perm Sec by Wong Souk Yee and Jennani Durai's short story collection, Regrettable Things That Happened Yesterday.
"I'm overwhelmed," says Durai, 31, a former ST journalist now based in Guatemala.   (889 words)
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Article Defamation law could deter whistle-blowers
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FORUM)  30/05/2019
Durai successfully sued Madam Tan Kiat Noi, Mr Archie Ong and Mr Piragasam Singaravelu for defamation in the 1990s.
The trio were eventually vindicated as their allegations regarding excessive bonuses and first-class travel by the CEO and his cronies were revealed to be true by the official report on irregularities at the foundation.   (269 words)
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Online Top litigator Davinder Singh to leave Drew & Napier and set up own firm
By: SELINA LUM,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  24/01/2019
Durai, then CEO of the National Kidney Foundation, for defamation in an article that said he had a gold-plated tap installed in his office.

Mr Durai threw in the towel on the second day of the trial.   (627 words)
Article Writer wins top literary prize with debut novel
By: TOH WEN LI,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (NEWS)  07/08/2018

Tiang's novel State of Emergency emerged the winner out of a shortlist that also included The Gatekeeper by Nuraliah Norasid, Sugarbread by Balli Kaur Jaswal, Death Of A Perm Sec by Wong Souk Yee and Jennani Durai's short story collection, Regrettable Things That Happened Yesterday.   (304 words)
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Online Architect, businessman and philanthropist Albert Hong dies at age 84
By: K.C. VIJAYAN,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (SINGAPORE)  10/10/2019
Durai, whom Dr Hong helped avoid bankruptcy with a $1 million loan and a job more than a decade ago, said on Wednesday that he owed an unending debt of gratitude to the man for "giving me back my life".

Mr Durai added: "He gave my daughter a medical school scholarship, and this from a man whom I first met by accident.   (770 words)
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