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What is an Open Verdict in a Coroner's Report?

So, I’ve been sitting here glued to my Tweetdeck for the last hour or so keep getting updates on the results of the Coroner’s Inquest into the death of political secretary Teoh Beng Hock. Obviously, there is a lot hanging on the results. First, there is the Teoh’s family who has had to grief the […]

It's World AIDS Day today

It’s Dec 1 and it’s not just the first day of the last month of the year, but it is also World AIDS Day. Before I go into my post, I’d like to appeal to you to do a couple of things today: 1) Wear a red ribbon to raise awareness about the cause, and […]

The language of PKR's folly

I’ve got to be honest and say that I’ve barely read the newspapers in the last three weeks. Being in Europe for two weeks means that I don’t understand the language in major newspapers (and when I got to London, I only read the free copies of the Metro). In fact, first bit of news […]

Dan Brown's Open Letter To Educators

Two weeks ago, when I was in Poland, I attended the Education Leaders Forum at Warsaw’s Olympic Centre, which was held in conjunction with Microsoft’s Imagine Cup 2010 which I was there to cover. Truth be told, I didn’t pay much attention at the forum (bureaucratic speeches are b.o.r.i.n.g.).

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