CIVIL SERVANTS

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  1. Indonesia combats radicalism among civil servants | Video
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    Indonesia combats radicalism among civil servants | Video

    Preventing radicalism among civil servants in Indonesia is one of President Joko Widodo’s main priorities during his second and final term in office.
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    Protesters aim to paralyse Hong Kong with city-wide strike on Monday

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    Policies need to adapt to suit new tech, circumstances: Ong Ye Kung

    "Don’t try to second-guess the policy preferences of the ministers,” the Minister for Education (Higher Education and Skills) tells civil servants.
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    NUS to train 2,000 Singapore civil servants in data science annually

    This was part of the agreement signed between the Government Technology Agency of Singapore and the National University of Singapore.
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    Commentary: Narendra Modi, India’s social media star, struggles to get government online

    With social media superstar Narendra Modi at the helm, India's government was expected to bloom online. But this has not been the case, argues P.
  6. K Shanmugam and NPC officers

    Without an outstanding public service, Singapore won't be what it is: Shanmugam

    The Home Affairs Minister cites a new survey, which he says reflects the "extraordinary level of faith and trust" Singaporeans have in the police ...
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    Public officers work tirelessly to serve Singaporeans: DPM Teo

    Mr Teo was responding to Nominated MP Kuik Shiao-Yin's heartfelt speech that asked what the public service could do for the working poor so that ...
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    Some civil servants still golfing overseas on sponsored trips: MACC

    Investigations on these civil servants are underway, says an official at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.
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    Education should be about shaping the mind, not filling the head: Simon Tay

    Author, professor and former Nominated Member of Parliament Simon Tay goes On the Record with Bharati Jagdish about his new book and how it ...