'One of my eyes is ruined'

Attacked by her brother-in-law, 
Indian teen is one of many 
acid victims who rarely 
get compensated

Miss Reshma Qureshi
TRAGIC: A photo of Miss Reshma Qureshi before the attack.
ANGUISH: Miss Reshma Qureshi's sister (in black), whose estranged husband threw acid on her sister, breaking down in tears.
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She was allowed to fly despite slight fever

INFECTED: Nurse Amber Vinson being transferred to Emory University hospital in Atlanta.
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Mellowed version of Red Shirt leader back on TV

SYMBOLIC: Mr Jatuporn's return to television suggests that anti-coup forces are dormant but not dead.
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Traces of sleeping pill found in dead boy

TRAGIC: Muhammad Irfan Salam was found lying motionless in his home at Block 149, Lorong 1 Toa Payoh, on April 7.
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After police warning, cyclists continue riding on pavement

CRAMMED: Cyclists waiting to have their particulars taken down by Traffic Police officers.
CRAMMED: Cyclists riding on pavements past Mr Khaw Boon Wan (in blue).
BE SAFE: A Traffic Police officer spot-checking a motorised bike.

Ahead of them was a bus stop packed with commuters during morning rush hour. But for the hordes of cyclists on the pavement, it might as well not be there.

They just pedalled on, with some of them, weaving past irate commuters trying to board a bus.

This happened at a problematic stretch at Woodlands Avenue 9 on Thursday despite the nearby presence of Minister for National Development Khaw Boon Wan and just minutes after the cyclists were warned by the Traffic Police.

Concerned about the riding habits of cyclists in his ward, Mr Khaw visited the area yesterday as the Traffic Police conducted an enforcement operation.

More than 100 cyclists had their particulars taken after being warned not to flout road safety regulations. Fifteen were found to have cycled in a disorderly manner and were fined $20 each.

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 17.

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