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Fiachra Ross   |  

The tudung issue is a microcosm of a much larger problem in society—our refusal to recognise the full differences that make up the reality of our lives in Singapore.

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Havelock, Neill and Outram, "heroes" of the 1857 war in India, were brutal, murderous generals. Singapore's street names offer an avenue to discover our colonial past, and also a path to understand our future.

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