The Straits Times' News In A Minute: July 26, 2016

Today's top news headlines: Students say NUS orientation camp games increasingly sexualised, Employment Pass qualifying salary to be raised from Jan 1, and McDonald's says 'no evidence of pests'.

In today's The Straits Times News In A Minute video, we look at:

* The National University of Singapore's orientation camps has come under the spotlight after some students said they were pressured to take part in increasingly sexualised activities.

* From January next year, the qualifying salary for Employment Pass applications will be raised from $3,300 to $3,600. 

* McDonald's Singapore said it found no evidence of pests at its West Coast Park branch, after a customer claimed to have uncovered live and moving worms in the packaging of her meal last week.