Questions Filed During Parliament on 2 February 2016

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Here are some of the parliament questions that were filed in the last Parliament sitting (Note: we report the parliamentary Q&As as is as opposed to the MSM's abridged versions to help give you, our readers, a clearer idea on what is being done in the house in your name.)
 

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Ping Pong Pang: Handsome Singaporean Table Tennis Player Thrashes World No. 14 Japanese Player

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Despite packing on the pounds over the years, the youngest Pang brother managed to create shock waves all throughout the Ping Pong universe as he took down world No. 14 Koki Niwa of Japan with his crafty serves and swift counters. This goes to show that Singapore just has to put its faith and trust in our local talents instead of hiring foreigners to fight our battles for us.
 

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Johnny & Lup Cheong's Talk Cock Session: Some Thoughts About the NCMP Debate

Low Thia Kiang
 
The following is a conversation overheard at a coffee shop. The names have been changed to protect the conversationalists identity but here's the gist of their conversation.
 

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Mumbai Implements “Selfie-Free” Zones after People Die from Taking Selfies

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Death by selfie is not usually a very common way to go, but it has already happened to a couple of people around the world, and recently, an incident in Mumbai persuaded its officials to designate 16 spots as “selfie-free” zones. It is better to be safe than sorry.
 

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Singaporean Doctor Rose to the Occasion and Saved Toddler's Life on KLM Flight

Dr Low Lee Yong
 
Dr Low Lee Yong had just spent a magical holiday with his wife chasing the northern lights from Iceland to Tromso in Norway and was ready to return home, but little did he know that his adventures have not yet come to a close. While on the flight back to Singapore, Dr Low found himself having to handle a medical emergency that involved a 2-year-old boy and a diverted international plane.
 

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