Tharman Shanmugaratnam Speech

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SPEECH BY MR THARMAN SHANMUGARATNAM, MINISTER FOR EDUCATION, AT DEEPAVALI LIGHT UP SWITCH-ON CEREMONY ON FRIDAY, 15 OCTOBER 2004, AT 7.00 PM

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SPEECH BY MR THARMAN SHANMUGARATNAM, MINISTER FOR EDUCATION, AT DEEPAVALI LIGHT UP SWITCH-ON CEREMONY ON FRIDAY, 15 OCTOBER 2004, AT 7.00 PMMr Heng Chee How,Minister of State, Ministry of Trade and Industry, andMayor, Central Singapore CDCMr Lim Neo Chian,Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive, Singapore Tourism Board Mr V R Nathan,Chairman, Hindu Endowments BoardDr Uma Rajan,Adviser, Little India Shopkeepers & Heritage Association Distinguished GuestsLadies and GentlemenGood evening. 1. It gives me great pleasure to join you this evening at the 2004 Deepavali Light Up Switch-on Ceremony. 2. Deepavali signifies the triumph of good over evil, light over dark. The slaying of the demon Narakasura by Lord Krishna is commonly cited as the origin of the Festival of Lights. But the values and principles that Hindus affirm when they commemorate Deepavali are of relevance

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