- published: 21 Jul 2017
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Topics shared in this video : Oviya, Bharani, Jalllikattu Julie & her cunning backstabbing attitude, Shakthi & his poor leadership qualities, Losers Gayathri Raguram + Namitha, Makeup Raiza & her double sided attitude and an important message to Dr Kamal Haasan in the end. Pls watch the whole video and share your views. Thank you.
Singapore's justice system has come out tops in an international survey. The Rule of Law Index 2010 by the World Justice Project ranked Singapore number one for access to civil justice in the high-income countries group. First published Jan 7 2011. Copyright © 2011 MediaCorp Pte Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
This is thank you message and responding to people's reactions, haters and negative comments. *Pls do not waste time and watch this video if you are not interested.*
We meet Singapore’s real life superhero, Justice. He takes on truly Singaporean evils like littering, seat-hogging and being ungracious on the MRT. What drive him to do good? Where did he get that swanky suit from? And where on earth does he keep his EZ-Link card? Subscribe NOW to MediaCorp Channel 5: http://ow.ly/Ugpqm For more CATCH-UP videos visit Toggle: http://ow.ly/UgoMS Comment on our videos below! Channel 5 Facebook: http://ow.ly/UgoRK LIKE us! Channel 5 Instagram: http://ow.ly/Ugp2F FOLLOW us! Channel 5 Twitter: http://ow.ly/Ugpad FOLLOW us!
SINGAPORE: Singapore's judicial and legal fraternities have paid tribute to retiring Chief Justice Chan Sek Keong who has been described by his successor, Judge of Appeal Sundaresh Menon, as the "dominant Singapore lawyer of this era". And as a tribute to Chief Justice Chan, the Singapore Academy of Law has published a book "The Law in His Hands - A Tribute to Chief Justice Chan Sek Keong". Chief Justice Chan retires on Tuesday at age 75, after having served two terms as Singapore's third Chief Justice from 2006 to 2012. "In the life of an individual there must be many great days in his or her life. Today is one of those great days for me. Another great day for me anyway was when I was born. And 75 years later I am here with all my family, good friends and classmates from law school. O...
Surprise last-minute entry who scored his maiden win last Sunday in a Class 4 race over 1800m. Irish-bred who raced on the provincial circuit in France where he boasts one win over 2000m at Le Pin du Haras. Bred to stay but he will need something a lot easier than this.
DC Justice League Family Fun Run at Sentosa on a Sunday morning! Read about our experience here: http://goo.gl/Oskzrw Follow my updates on Facebook: http://facebook.com/LoveSakuraHaruka Twitter: http://twitter.com/AiSakuraHaruka Instagram: http://instagram.com/AiSakuraHaruka Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/AiSakuraHaruka Taken on Sun 30 Aug 15. Lil Pumpkin is 6 years 3 months old.
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What happens when a masked Superhero enters the gantries of Singapore's subway system (The Mass Rapid Transit). Is he a menace? Or is he just a kind-hearted soul looking to do some social good? Produced by Nur Atiqah Directed by Jack Sample Shot & Edited by Josiah Ng Sound by Lester Koh This Documentary was produced as part of the Chapman University Singapore Cross-Cultural Documentary Programme.
Southeast Asian Film Festival 2015 Sun, 26 Apr 2015, 3:00pm Justice Singapore Premiere Joel Lamangan, 2014, Philippines, 120 min, Tagalog with English subtitles, R21 (Sexual Scenes) Biring (Nora Aunor) works for a human trafficking syndicate in Manila. After being framed for murder, she must make the stark choice of whether to be a victim or a victimiser. On the spiral of ever-deepening reprobation, her transformation becomes complete. For more information, visit http://www.singaporeartmuseum.sg/SEAFF/ For ticket purchase, visit http://www.sistic.com.sg/events/seaff2015n
For more information, please visit our website at http://cjc.org.sg ABOUT US: The Community Justice Centre (CJC) is an independent charity. Based in the Subordinate Courts, the CJC is committed to ensuring Litigants in Person (LIPs) have access to justice through community partnership. As an integrated one-stop hub, the CJC aims to provide a wide range of support services for the Litigants in Person (LIPs) and their families. It provides free practical and emotional support to LIPs in need, as well as free legal advice at the legal clinics. Through the support of the CJC, the LIPs should be able to better present their case, follow proceedings and understand judicial rulings or pronouncements in their respective cases. However, for many LIPs have to deal with the burden of underlying em...