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Indian acquitted of murder of compatriot but faces new charges

An Indian national accused of brutally murdering a beautician was on Friday given a discharge not amounting to acquittal but faces two fresh charges relating to the death of the Indian woman in December 2013.

Indian-origin man faces jail for photographing underage boy

A 41-year-old Indian-origin man in Singapore is facing 10 years in jail after pleading guilty to charges of arranging a minor's sexual tryst with a part-time model and photographing them in a hotel room.

Indian-origin lawyer suspended from practice in Singapore

The Singapore High Court on Thursday suspended the practising certificate of a top Indian-origin human rights lawyer here "untill further order", prompting him to denounce the decision as unfair and politically motivated.

Singapore's first PM on life support

Singapore's first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew remains on life support in an intensive care unit at a hospital here, the Prime Minister's Office said Thursday.

Singapore's first prime minister still in hospital in ICU: Statement

Singapore`s first prime minister and the man widely credited with the city-state`s economic success, Lee Kuan Yew, is still on mechanical ventilation in an intensive care unit in hospital, the prime minister`s office said on Thursday.

Singapore Foreign Minister to visit India this week

Singapore's Foreign and Law Minister K Shanmugam will visit India this week to strengthen bilateral cooperation with the states of Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh.

Singapore`s founding PM in ICU but stable: Govt

Singapore`s founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, 91, is on "mechanical ventilation" at a hospital intensive care unit (ICU) but his condition is stable, the government said Saturday.

Singapore PM discharged from hospital

 Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong was discharged from a hospital here today following a successful surgery for prostate cancer.

Singapore PM Lee has successful operation for cancer

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has successfully undergone surgery for prostate cancer and is expected to make a full recovery, his office said on Monday.

Singapore Prime Minister diagnosed with prostate cancer

 Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has been diagnosed with prostate cancer and will undergo a surgery on Monday.

Singapore President inaugurates Peranakan Chinese exhibition in Delhi

Singapore President Tony Tan Keng Yam inaugurated the first ever exhibition on the Peranakan Chinese in New Delhi as a part of his four-day visit to commemorate 50 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

India looking forward to larger role in Asia-Pacific: President

Describing India and Singapore as integral part of the regional architecture in the Asia-Pacific region, President Pranab Mukherjee said India is looking forward to embark upon a larger role in the region with Singapore as its gateway to ASEAN.

Singapore President holds wide-ranging talks with PM Modi

President of Singapore Tony Tan Keng Yam on Monday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and both the leaders held wide-ranging discussions on enhancing bilateral relations in diverse areas as well as broadening cooperation in fighting terrorism among other issues.

PM Narendra Modi meets Singapore President

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Singapore President Tony Tan Keng Yam, who is presently in the national capital to commemorate the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries, on Monday.

Indian man jailed for molesting 44-year-old woman

An Indian national in Singapore was sentenced to 10 months in jail and ordered to be given three cane strokes Monday for molesting a woman on New Year's Day this year, media reported.

Two Germans to plead guilty in Singapore vandalism case

Two young German men will plead guilty to vandalism, an offence punishable by caning, after spray-painting a metro train in Singapore, their lawyer said Monday.

Singapore police probe death threat against PM Lee

 Singapore police said Monday they were investigating after Facebook posts showing photographs of bullets were addressed to the prime minister of the city-state, which prides itself on its stability and security.

Blogger pays 29,000 dollars to Singapore PM in defamation case

A blogger has paid 29,000 dollars in costs for court proceedings to Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong after the premier won a defamation case against him.

Hindus not discriminated in Singapore: Law Minister K Shanmugam

Asserting that Hindus are not discriminated in Singapore, Law Minister K Shanmugam on Saturday said the disorderly behaviour and skirmishes with police by three Indian-origin men during this week's religious procession was not acceptable.

Three Indian-origin men arrested in Singapore

Three Indian-origin Singaporean men have been arrested for disorderly behaviour during the celebration of Thaipusama, a colourful annual Hindu festival in which many believers pierce their bodies with hooks to honour Lord Murugan's victory over demon hordes.