Two Indians jailed for molestation in Singapore

Two Indians in Singapore were on Monday sentenced to prison in two separate cases of molestation.

Teenaged blogger jailed in Singapore for posting offensive videos

A 16-year-old blogger was sentenced to four weeks in prison in Singapore for posting offensive videos on YouTube in a trial that attracted much criticism from human rights organisations.

Singaporean blogger sentenced to jail time already served
Singaporean blogger sentenced to jail time already served

A Singapore teenager who posted a video online deemed offensive to Christians and an obscene image of late leader Lee Kuan Yew will be released after the court sentenced him on Monday to jail time already served.

Indian-origin man jailed in Singapore for molesting homemaker

An Indian-origin former associate social worker in Singapore was today jailed for four months on charges of molesting a homemaker consecutively on two days.

Non-Chinese Singapore PM only a matter of time: Deputy PM Tharman

After 50 years of nationhood, it is only a matter of time before Singapore sees a prime minister from an ethnic minority, including Indian, Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam said on Friday.

Singapore activist sued by PM breaks down in court
Singapore activist sued by PM breaks down in court

A Singaporean activist found guilty of defaming the Prime Minister in a high profile case broke down under intense questioning on Friday as he told the court he just wanted to speak up for the people of the city-state.

Singapore PM takes to the stand for hours in blogger defamation case

 Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong took the stand for nearly seven hours on Wednesday, answering questions from a blogger he has successfully sued for defamation as the Supreme Court tried to decide how much he should be paid in damages.

Beware: Fake rice made from plastic on sale in Kerala

Reports suggest that rice made of plastic, believed to be made from China, is being sold in South India.

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SEA Games: Sepaktakraw player quits after deadly crash
SEA Games: Sepaktakraw player quits after deadly crash

Singapore`s Azreen Sairudin has quit sepaktakraw after he was seriously injured and lost his younger brother in a motorbike crash during the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, a report said on Monday.

Worker sacked over washing shoes in coffee shop's sink in Singapore
Worker sacked over washing shoes in coffee shop's sink in Singapore

 An employee at a Singaporean hospital food court stall, who was videographed washing her shoes in the shop's sink, has been fired.

Worker sacked for washing shoes in coffee shop's sink

An employee at a Singaporean hospital food court stall, who was videographed washing her shoes in the shop`s sink, has been fired.

Myanmar trio charged over Singapore murder plot

Three Myanmar men were charged today with conspiring to murder a fellow national in Singapore with a gruesome collection of instruments including a chainsaw, a meat mincer, a cleaver and a chopping board.

Singapore teen in anti-Lee video to undergo mental tests
Singapore teen in anti-Lee video to undergo mental tests

A Singapore court on Tuesday ordered psychiatric tests for a teenager who made online attacks on late former leader Lee Kuan Yew as international rights advocates sought his release.

Record haul of gold at Visakhapatnam airport, 55 detained

In the largest seizure of gold at Vizag Airport to date after the international flights started landing here, the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), Chennai, and Customs officials seized around 63 kg of gold bars valued about Rs 20 crore last night.

Over 4,000 participate in Yoga International Day in Singapore

 More than 4,000 yoga enthusiasts today participated in a two-hour programme held at 50 centres across Singapore, to mark the first International Yoga Day.

Singapore's ties with India will continue to grow: Ex-PM

Singapore's ties with India are hugely important and continue to grow with a lot of prospects for bilateral cooperation, former Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong said on Friday.

Indian Buddhist art exhibition opens in Singapore

 An exhibition showcasing over 80 pieces of rare Buddhist art from India opened on Thursday at the Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore.

SEA Games: Singapore put stamp on colourful Games
SEA Games: Singapore put stamp on colourful Games

Singapore passed the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games baton to 2017 hosts Malaysia as the competition wrapped up with a colourful closing ceremony on Tuesday.