International school Dulwich College removes school canteen signboard which used Makansutra name without permission

In his Facebook post, Makansutra founder K. F. Seetoh posted a picture of the signboard in the school in Bukit Batok and wrote: "Dear #DulwichCollegeSingapore, in our 21 yr history we don't recall opening a cafe stall in your premises." PHOTO: FACEBOOK/KF SEETOH
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SINGAPORE - Dulwich College (Singapore) has removed a signboard with the word "Makansutra" from its canteen after Makansutra founder K. F. Seetoh put up a Facebook post about the school using his registered business name without his permission.

The school's headmaster Nick Magnus, 49, told The Straits Times that he was notified of the post on Monday night (March 18) and started an investigation on Tuesday (March 19) morning.

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