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Select Committee

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  1. Charles Chong Thum collage

    Thum Ping Tjin ‘engineered’ academic support for himself after hearing on Deliberate Online Falsehoods: Charles Chong

    An email exchange between two members of Project Southeast Asia suggests that there has been “a coordinated attempt, with foreign actors involved, ...
  2. Charles Chong and Thum Ping Tjin

    Thum Ping Tjin ‘must expect to be questioned’ when views are put to Select Committee: Charles Chong

    Responding to an open letter signed by about 230 academics from around the world in support of Dr Thum, Mr Chong said that their concerns about ...
  3. PJ Thum Kirsten Han

    ACRA rejects bid by Thum Ping Tjin, Kirsten Han to register foreign-backed company

    OSEA would have been the subsidiary of a UK firm, which has received funding from a Swiss charitable association with links to a foundation that ...
  4. working office laptop smartphone woman typing

    Commentary: Would you know if you’ve been fed a deliberate online falsehood? Probably not

    Nanyang Technological University’s Edson C Tandoc Jr sheds light on why tackling deliberate online falsehoods is an uphill climb that deserves ...
  5. Director of US National Intelligence James Clapper speaks on July 22, 2014 in Washington, DC

    US intelligence chief Clapper resigns

    Clapper, whose job is to coordinate the work of 17 disparate agencies like the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency, said ...
  6. stock sg pools 02

    Workers' Party calls on Government to 'reject' online betting applications

    The opposition Workers’ Party (WP) has called on the Government to “reject” applications for online betting services as it expressed concerns over ...
  7. Singapore Parliament

    Special Select Committee nominates 9 NMPs for 13th Parliament

    The candidates chosen include four NMPs who served in the previous term of Parliament.
  8. Parliament House

    41 NMP proposal forms received: Parliament

    These include former Workers' Party treasurer Eric Tan and Assistant Professor Liew Kai Khiun, who said they submitted their nominations on Monday.