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The Pulse: Episode 11

Many cab users seem to be against inward-facing cameras in taxis to track fare evaders. How can worries about privacy breaches be addressed?

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The Pulse is Channel NewsAsia’s weekly podcast that takes on anything, from politics to entertainment. Hosted by Bharati Jagdish, the show brings together personalities with a view in a funny, irreverent and insightful chat that takes the pulse of the country on issues that matter. 

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Are employers still biased against polytechnic graduates or those from private institutes? Are our definitions of a good education too narrow? 
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An educator says he would defend the Social Studies guidebook that recently caused an online furore as provocation can be good for education. 
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Member of Parliament, Tin Pei Ling discusses the tax hikes announced in Budget 2018 and what else is needed to meet society's needs. 
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