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Picture The Straits Times  (INSIGHT)  09/09/2018
They aren't always helpful, though, to those who need them most: people who are chronically unemployed or underemployed, working in lowwage, dead-end jobs – sometimes two or three at the same time – like cleaning offices, cooking hamburgers or selling clothes. Jesibel Done is 20.
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Picture The Straits Times  (OPINION)  25/04/2019
But those who collect the information and publish them to aid and cause harassment may be able to get away with their acts, if they did not harass or threaten others with their words. This caveat has allowed many wannabe "investigators" to continue doxxing their victims.
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Article Doxxing: More clarity needed on what crosses the line
By: CARA WONG,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (OPINION)  25/04/2019
But those who collect the information and publish them to aid and cause harassment may be able to get away with their acts, if they did not harass or threaten others with their words.
This caveat has allowed many wannabe "investigators" to continue doxxing their victims.   (1736 words)
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Asia News Network Coronavirus outbreak: 5 labs start offering home tests in Mumbai, charges capped at Rs.4,500
By: SAGAR PILLAI,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  25/03/2020
However, tests will only be administered to those who have a prescription from a certified doctor to get the test done. The labs for home testing have been established to prevent anyone who suspects they have Covid-19 from leaving their home.   (372 words)
Picture The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  12/05/2019
Associate Professor Randolph Tan, noting that there is scant research on salary expectations in Singapore and almost none that he is aware of on salary expectations of those who have not yet joined the labour force, said: "In general, we would expect prior expectations about asking salaries to be directly linked to future asking salaries
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Picture The Straits Times  (FORUM)  02/04/2020
were singled out are fellow grassroots leaders who have been serving for some time now.In a crisis like this, it is all the more important for ministers, MPs and volunteers to reach out to Singaporeans, get feedback, and understand directly what is happening.
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Asia News Network 'This election will be India's turning point'
By: SHISHIR GUPTA AND R SUKUMAR,   Hindustan Times (India)  Hindustan Times (India)/Asia News Network  09/05/2019
Those who say Family First or those who say India First. Those who send love letters when terror strikes or those who answer terrorists in their own language. Those who stand with "tukdetukde" gang or those who stand with the armed forces.   (2788 words)
Picture SINGAPORE WOMEN'S WEEKLY  (SW0419INSPIRE SEXUALHEALTHGUIDE 3)  01/04/2019
Poor sleep is directly related to a lack of sexual satisfaction in women. A survey revealed that couples who have a TV in their bedroom had up to twice as much sex compared to those who keep their TV elsewhere.
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