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DURING the first stages of the presidential election season last year, before Americans actually had the opportunity to cast their votes in the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire Primary, veteran...

EDITORIAL

THE Narendra Modi-led Indian government last week showcased its achievements on the completion of two years in office at a gala event in New Delhi, with its complement of films stars and other...

THE BOTTOM LINE

MAYBE the middle class isn't quite so stressed any more...

THE UK's "in-out" European Union (EU) referendum campaign moves up to top gear this week with the first TV debate featuring Prime Minister David Cameron on Thursday. With parliament...

COMMENTARY

BARACK Obama stood tall - literally and figuratively - when he delivered an address at Japan's Hiroshima Peace Memorial last Friday before laying a wreath honouring the memory of nearly 100,000...

COMMENTARY

ON the face of it, discussions at the Apec Tourism Ministerial Meeting in Peru over the weekend would be as foreign to Singapore businesses as the meeting's location. But with the agenda...

HOCK LOCK SIEW

NEVER halt trading on a stock on the final day of any year and expect the new year to be greeted by a jolly crowd of investors unless of course, it's for good reason or you are going to pull a...

COMMENTARY

OTHER than those hoping for lower Certificate of Entitlement (COE) premiums, it appears that almost everyone else is happy about the revised vehicle financing restrictions.

SATURDAY SOAPBOX

NOBODY is hearing the people sing - not till Tuesday, May 31, at least. That's two whole days after Les Miserables was supposed to open this Sunday...

CUBICLE FILES

LIKE it or not, most people would have experienced some form of psychometric testing at work.