Minister for Community Development, Youth, and Sports Vivian Balakrishnan of Singapore

Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for Community, Youth and Sports and Second Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts met with Mr Sten Tolgfors, Swedish Foreign Trade Minister in Stockholm, Sweden on 3 May 2007.
2 Dr Balakrishnan is on a visit to Europe from 30 April to 4 May 2007 to learn about the experience of cities that have successfully deployed Next Generation broadband networks.
3 Dr Balakrishnan is accompanied by officials from the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts, the Ministry of Finance, and the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA.
But Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said Mr Lee made the decision "quite some time ago.
An attempt to better coordinate and organise articles related to Singapore.
The son of a Telugu father and a Chinese mother, Balakrishnan was educated at the Anglo-Chinese School and National Junior College.
Balakrishnan was concerned in Singapore students not speaking out.
In this case, this Balakrishnan was not encouraging more speech.
This is what Vivian Balakrishnan has to understand.
Vivian Balakrishnan is standing fourth from right.
Dr Balakrishnan said that even as a young man, he never felt 'inhibited' to speak up and his views were never censored.
Minister Vivian Balakrishnan is not aware that he has a womans name.
Balakrishnan had stayed in the medical profession earning millions and the love and adulation of many while trying to help the half blind among them to see instead of trying to half blind the seeing in his present job.
Balakrishnan said that India is Singapore's third largest trading partner now.
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Vivian Balakrishnan was born in 1961.
In the 2001 General Election, Dr Vivian Balakrishnan was elected MP for Holland-Bukit Panjang GRC.
InMay 2006 General Election, Dr Vivian Balakrishnan was elected MP for Holland-Bukit Timah GRC.
Dr Vivian Balakrishnan is Singapore’s Minister for Community, Youth and Sports and, as well, the country’s Second Minister of Information, Communications and the Arts.
An elected member of parliament since 2001, Dr Balakrishnan has served as Minister of State for National Development, and as Senior Minister of State at the Ministry of Trade and Industry, as Chairman of the ‘Remaking Singapore’ committee and Chairman of the National Youth Council.
Dr Balakrishnan was awarded the President’s Scholarship to study Medicine at the National University of Singapore, where he was elected President, and later Chairman, of the National University of Singapore Student’s Union, NUSSU.
Balakrishnan said the key ingredients to Singapore's success were: "A disciplined, hardworking and innovative population working within an honest, fair, open, meritocratic and competitive system with top-notch, first-class infrastructure.
Dr Vivian Balakrishnan was elected President of the National University of Singapore Students Union (NUSSU) from 1981 to 1983, and Chairman of NUSSU in 1984/1985.
Dr Vivian Balakrishnan was the Commanding Officer of the 2nd Combat Support Hospital of the Singapore Armed Forces from November 1999 to January 2002.
In the 2001 General Election, Dr Vivian Balakrishnan was elected member of parliament for Holland-Bukit Panjang GRC.
Balakrishnan was moved out of MICA, whilst retaining his appointment at MCYS.
Balakrishnan is married with four children.
Vivian Balakrishnan says touch action will be taken against those involved.
In Singapore, Dr Balakrishnan says the number of abused children is small.
mr brown points towards two first-hand accounts of an interesting incident at a recent Ministerial forum at NTU, where Vivian Balakrishnan was asked the most hilarious question.
Vivian Balakrishnan was also invited as one of the plenary speakers for this international convention.
Vivian Balakrishnan was glad to know Insiphil being a Singapore based company is exploring into low vision equipment technology in helping to address part of the Aging problems experienced in Singapore and other parts of the world.
Dr Vivian Balakrishnan came across as sincere and charming - and a master politican and storyteller during the recent Ministerial Forum at NUS.