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Published: 12 Apr 2011 11:48AM (Singapore)
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More getting emergency prepared
Is Singapore prepared for a major disaster? Are Singaporeans able to deal with such a disaster calmly and with resilience? Senior Minister of State for Law and Home Affairs Ho Peng Kee revealed how the country and its people are tackling this.
 
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