Tag: Kumaran Pillai

PSP’s Kumaran Pillai brings Kebun Baru’s rat problem to light

Singapore -- The Progress Singapore Party’s Kumaran Pillai has raised an issue that has plagued the people in Kebun Baru for years -- rat...

PSP’s Kumaran Pillai walks the ground in Kebun Baru

Singapore—With election fever running high, it will not be uncommon to see candidates walking about, even during the run-up to Nomination Day on June...

TISG Exclusive: A showdown in Kebun Baru between PSP’s Kumaran Pillai and PAP’s Henry...

Additional reporting by: Jillian Colombo, AJ Jennevieve Singapore -- Progress Singapore Party (PSP) members visited the Mayflower Food and Market Centre, which is in Kebun Baru...

PSP’s Kumaran Pillai: Job losses key issue for Singaporeans, but the National Jobs Council...

Singapore—According to Progress Singapore Party’s (PSP) Kumaran Pillai, job losses are a key issue among Singaporeans, however, the National Jobs Council “does not inspire...

PSP’s Kumaran Pillai: Amid economic woes, SMEs biggest challenge is addressing “drastic fall in...

Singapore—Businessman and Progress Singapore Party (PSP) member Kumaran Pillai will be part of the advisors of PSP’s Roundtable Discussion Spotlight: SMEs Speak. This online...

PSP’s Kumaran Pillai: “Loose alliance” among larger opposition parties to avoid 3-cornered fights

Singapore — It is often said about the nation's political arena that "there is a lack of opposition unity". However, the Progress Singapore Party's (PSP)...

PSP’s Kumaran Pillai: “Is the $93B pumped into the economy adequate?”

Singapore—Kumaran Pillai, a member of the Progress Singapore Party (PSP), has weighed in on the economic fallout Singapore faces stemming from the current coronavirus...

PSP’s Kumaran Pillai: Govt says India-S’pore pact created jobs but people don’t feel it

By A J Jennevieve and Misaki Tan Singapore -- Has CECA, the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement between Singapore and India, benefited the island nation? This was...

“Do 4G leaders have what it takes to lead us into the future?”

Singapore—On Tuesday (May 26), Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat announced the fourth stimulus package to be released since the coronavirus pandemic began, an...

Ending over-reliance on cheap foreign labour, a key issue in the rethinking of Singapore’s...

Singapore—In response to the announcement that Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Heng Swee Keat will be making a ministerial statement in Parliament...
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