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Indian mother-daughter duo's 26,000 ice cream-stick rangoli enters Singapore Book of RecordsThe rangoli, which took ...

Deccan Herald 27 Jan 2023
An Indian mother and daughter team here has made it to the Singapore Book of Records by creating a 6-by-6 metre rangoli artwork using 26,000 ice cream sticks which depicts notable Tamil scholar-poets ... She is also known for making rangolis at community centres, drawing the attention of non-Indian admirers in Singapore ... Singapore.
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China Carbon Watch: Block Deals Dominated December Trading

Caixin Online 18 Jan 2023
The allowance submission deadline for the current compliance cycle is still about one year away ... Bai Bo is executive chairman and co-founder of the Singapore-based MetaVerse Green Exchange. The analysis and opinions expressed in third-party articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the positions of Caixin ... .
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Analysts see state polls slipping away from Umno after no-contest motion

Malaysia Today 16 Jan 2023
(Malaysia Now) – They say the motion passed at the Umno general assembly will only fuel negative perceptions about the party ... This would have a positive impact.” ... Oh Ei Sun from the Singapore Institute of International Affairs said Umno’s move would only encourage the opinion that the party was weighed down by the court cluster ... .
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Ban on firecrackers should continue

China Daily 15 Jan 2023
As a result, people in Japan, the Republic of Korea, Myanmar and Singapore also set off fireworks and firecrackers to mark special occasions. But opinions in China today are divided on whether to relax the restrictions on setting off firecrackers and fireworks.
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Views: China's Spring Festival

China Daily 15 Jan 2023
As a result, people in Japan, the Republic of Korea, Myanmar and Singapore also set off fireworks and firecrackers to mark special occasions. But opinions in China today are divided on whether to relax the restrictions on setting off firecrackers and fireworks.
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Indian-origin man caned, jailed for 13 years in Singapore for possessing marijuanaThe man had been ...

Deccan Herald 09 Jan 2023
An Indian-origin man in Singapore was on Monday sentenced to 13 years in jail and 10 strokes of the cane for illegally possessing cannabis for the purpose of trafficking ... Sign Up ... Twitter ... Top News of the Day Tune in to DH Radio DH Video on Demand Best of DH Opinion DH Sportsletter Best Of DH On Weekends Political Theatre Subscribe Now. Singapore ... ....
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Chinese economy eyes reform, opening-up and turnaround in 2023

China Daily 08 Jan 2023
The author is the founder of Difference Group, and has served at the India, China and America Institute (USA), Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (China) and the EU Centre (Singapore) ... send us your writings at opinion@chinadaily.com.cn, and comment@chinadaily.com.cn.
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Clara Ferreira Marques: Mind the gap between the West and the rest

Eagle-Tribune 30 Dec 2022
Clara Ferreira Marques is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist and editorial board member covering foreign affairs and climate. Previously, she worked for Reuters in Hong Kong, Singapore, India, the U.K., Italy and Russia. This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners ... Visit bloomberg.com/opinion.
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Abans Holdings disappoints on debut, lists at 1% premium

The Times of India 23 Dec 2022
New Delhi ... It witnessed negligible premium in the grey market ... The company operates an RBI-registered NBFC and currently has active businesses across six countries, including UK, Singapore, UAE, China and Mauritius other than India. (Disclaimer. Recommendations, suggestions, views, and opinions given by the experts are their own ... .
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NSE gets in-principle nod to set up Social Stock Exchange as separate entity

The Times of India 22 Dec 2022
Through this exchange, such organisations can raise capital through equity or debt instruments ... Countries like Brazil, Portugal, South Africa, the UK, Canada and Singapore already have established Social Stock Exchanges. (Disclaimer. Recommendations, suggestions, views and opinions given by the experts are their own ... .
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Singapore’s ‘Canary Wharf’ is running out of office space

Taipei Times 17 Dec 2022
By Andy Mukherjee / Bloomberg Opinion. Singapore wants to spread itself out more evenly by blurring the boundaries between where people go to work and where they live, shop and dine ... The 6.8-hectare site is near Jurong Lake in Singapore’s western hinterlands, a tranquil setting that hosts a famous bird park.
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Sex is not the only problem with Indonesia’s new criminal code

Taipei Times 13 Dec 2022
By Clara Ferreira Marques / Bloomberg Opinion ... Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore, it is about fatigue — and the fact people are not yet feeling targeted enough by the new code ... Clara Ferreira Marques is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist and editorial board member covering foreign affairs and climate.
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China Carbon Watch: Monthly Trading Hits 10-Month High on New Plan

Caixin Online 13 Dec 2022
3. Total monthly volume surged to nearly 7.3 million tons, the second-highest in 2022 after January ... Bai Bo is executive chairman and co-founder of the Singapore-based MetaVerse Green Exchange. The analysis and opinions expressed in third-party articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the positions of Caixin ... .
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Blockchain needs a reason to exist, Boris Johnson tells roomful of blockchain pros

The Register 02 Dec 2022
As for Twitter, politicians need to grow thick skins and stop mistaking it ...

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