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  1. Belgian man attempts to enter the Guinness Book of Records for longest time sitting on a toilet, in

    The longest toilet break? Belgian sits for five days in bid for record

    A Belgian man sat on a toilet for nearly five days this week in a bid to set a world record.
  2. Senegal public toilet

    Indian kills, cuts up and flushes friend down toilet

    A man in India accused of murdering his friend, chopping up his body and flushing the parts down the toilet has been arrested, police said on ...
  3. Japan Toilet

    Squat thrust: Japan on Olympic drive to get rid of 'squat' toilets

  4. The Shoppes Toilet

    42 receive awards on World Toilet Day

    They were recognised for their efforts in "promoting and enhancing the standard of restroom cleanliness", says the Restroom Association (Singapore).
  5. File photo of toilet

    Residents in older HDB flats to get more efficient toilets for free

    With the replacement, households can save up to five litres of water per flush and their water bills could be cut by 10 per cent as a result, PUB ...
  6. Australia flight evacuated

    Man charged over Australia flight scare

    The 42 passengers on the Virgin Australia service from Sydney to the rural town of Albury in southeastern Australia were ordered out of the window ...
  7. Jurong West coffeeshop

    Jurong West coffee shop ordered to close for a day over unsanitary toilet

    The coffee shop operator was also fined S$1,000 for offences which include failing to maintain sanitary fittings and not providing hand soap in ...
  8. Mumbai city skyline is seen from a seaside promenade, on January 12, 2012

    India needs more inclusive growth: OECD

    India's rapid economic growth has lifted 140 million people out of poverty in the past decade but large parts of the population still lack access ...
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    SAF regular found at Sembawang Camp died of gunshot wound: Coroner’s inquiry

    Pravinraj Selvaraj, 20, was found dead in a toilet at Sembawang Camp in 2015.
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    105,000 households applied to make homes elderly-friendly under EASE scheme

    Under this programme, flat owners with elderly people in their households can install features such as grab bars and slip-resistant floor tiles in ...