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Chinese-American professor appeals Singapore expulsion

Huang Jing, a US citizen of Chinese descent who worked at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, had his permanent residence status revoked by authorities last week. DNA, 1 week ago

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Feud within Singapore's first family leads to outpouring of concern on social media

The very public airing of a family feud between Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his two siblings has led to an outpouring of responses online, including from those concerned about its impact on global perceptions of the island state.
 DNA2 months ago Singapore PM says sorry for family feud  Business Standard2 months ago Singapore protest demands inquiry into PM family feud  Business Standard1 month ago Singapore 'first family' feud heats up  Business Standard2 months ago

Factbox: Singapore's Lee family at loggerheads over 38 Oxley Road

A public rift between the heirs of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's first and longest-serving prime minister, has rocked the wealthy city-state, regarded as an island of stability in Southeast Asia. The dispute revolves around what to do with their late father's ...
 Reuters1 month ago FACTBOX-Singapore's Lee family at loggerheads over 38 Oxley Road  DNA1 month ago Presidency inks MoU with Singapore institute  Business Standard2 months ago

Singapore bans 9 publications preaching extremist views, detains cop attempting Islamist violence

The city-state has worked on increased surveillance for Islamist radicalism
 DNA2 months ago Singapore detains auxiliary policeman, bans publications over radicalism  DNA2 months ago

Low-crime Singapore investigating man after toothpicks found in bus seat

A 60-year-old Singaporean man is under investigation for inserting toothpicks into a seat on a public bus, a suspected case of "mischief" that could put him behind bars for up to two years, the police said on Tuesday. "Through extensive inquiries and with the ...
 Reuters1 week ago

Singapore: Indian-origin man sentenced to 6 months in prison for assaulting officials

An Indian-origin man has been sentenced to six months and four weeks in prison by a court here for assaulting and threatening law enforcement officials who summoned him for smoking in a prohibited area. Ramasamy Soogumar, 59, on Friday admitted in a court to ...
 DNA1 week ago Indian-origin engineer charged with corruption in Singapore  Business Standard4 weeks ago Indian IT manager jailed for molestation in Singapore train  Business Standard1 month ago

Speak up Delhi: Defunct bus stops expose public transport’s dismal condition

The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) bus stops in Greater Kailash-1 are now used only by the adverstisers or those seeking to steal a quick nap in the middle of the day. Some of these defunct bus shelters have either not been upgraded in years or the buses ...
 DNA6 days ago

Singapore Parliament Speaker to contest in Prez election

Singapore's Speaker of Parliament Halimah Yacob will contest for presidential election next month, becoming the first woman to run for the highest office. Halimah, 62, will step down as speaker, a post she has held since 2013, and as an MP for Marsiling-Yew ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Sikh referee calls for unity after facing racial abuse online

A 33-year-old Singaporean Sikh referee has called for unity within the football community after he was subjected to racial abuse on social media following a match here. Sukhbir Singh had reportedly made some controversial decisions while officiating last ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Asia remains hot spot for anemia prevalence

Anemia remains a major global public health problem with nearly 2.3 billion people suffering from it - an estimated 50 percent due to iron deficiency anemia (IDA). Southeast Asia and Africa continue to have the highest prevalence of anemia - accounting for 85 ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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