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[FITNESS] What’s brewing in the fitness industry right now?

Our resident expert on fitness shares with us on what are the current trends in the fitness industry. Be sure to share it with your friends. Remember, fitness is a … Continue reading

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[Theatre] RDG’s Biopic “Murasu” Draws Mixed Reviews

  Review by Subra ( The write primarily writes at Article 14 and his usual focus is on Singapore, politics and law) Background Murasu is a play about Ko Sarangapany, … Continue reading

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‘Let no Rumour(s) fool you – The Law is your Shield’

Most of us view the law with a negative connotation. Any entanglement with the law would imply bad news to the common man. It is true that the law does … Continue reading

June 30, 2015 · Leave a comment

Super Singer Junior World Tour 2015 Live in Singapore : A musical treat

To be honest, this was a concert I went with zero expectations. A concert, which was announced in such short notice, where ticket sales were only launched 10 days prior … Continue reading

June 28, 2015 · 2 Comments

The Pioneers who made Tamil a reality in Singapore

When I recently made my maiden solo trip to Tamil Nadu, the people I met had one common compliment, that someone born and bred in Singapore could speak the Tamil … Continue reading

June 26, 2015 · Leave a comment

[Cinema] Kaaka Muttai @ காக்கா முட்டை: The Golden Egg of Indian Cinema

An absolute gem of a movie. I loved every moment of it. With the current trend where movie makers tried to over-complicate matters in an attempt to standout, Kaaka Muttai reminds … Continue reading

June 25, 2015 · Leave a comment

[THEATRE] Avant’s Quarters:A space for reminiscing and redefining Singapore by Aswani Aswath

  An impressive two-story building towering at the edge of Victoria Theatre’s newly refurbished 614-seater. Each floor on the building is flanked by four doors, distinguished by religious markers. As … Continue reading

June 24, 2015 · 1 Comment

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