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National Youth Council to be restructured in bid to further engage youths

Advocating legal action over PAP’s wiki page edits not a priority: Baey

Married couples more inclined to live with parents: MND survey

PUB rebates for those affected by discoloured tap water in Punggol

How rape and violence returned India to the headlines

<b>"We're doing all we can," protested the police officer, pinching his nose uncomfortably as he leaned closer to the crowd.</b><p>But sitting back with their arms folded, his audience of men and women from the village of Rajpur Milakh in Uttar Pradesh didn't seem convinced.<p>That morning, the teenage daughter …

India

Former law prof seeking court order to get back PR status

Trust in Govt in Singapore remains high, says official

Q&A: An Insider’s Guide to Indonesia’s Election Debates

Indonesians will tune in Sunday evening for the second of five presidential debates pitting popular Jakarta governor Joko Widodo against former army special forces general Prabowo Subianto. The Wall Street Journal spoke with Arief Budiman, a member of the Indonesian Elections Commission, which …

#BBCtrending: Sandwiches, codes and salutes in Thailand

<b>What do sandwiches have to do with democracy? And why has the Hunger Games three-finger salute taken off in Thailand?</b><p>There have been 12 coups in recent history in Thailand. But the latest - three weeks ago - was the first in the social media age. The military rulers now in charge are monitoring …

Social Media

Amazon Kindle Update

Inside Flipboard / June 4, 2014<p>Now that the latest Kindle Fire HDX tablet is out, Amazon fans can make magazines on Flipboard and curate articles …

Obama says no combat troops to Iraq; U.S. weighs airstrikes

No troops to Iraq, but other options are being considered.<p>That was President Barack Obama's message Friday in response to the lightning advance by Sunni militant fighters in Iraq that could threaten the government of Shiite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.<p>In a statement delivered from the White House …