DNA: An analysis of traffic and parking system in Singapore

This segement of DNA analyses the traffic and parking system in Singapore.

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Boxing: Mayweather, Pacquiao's fight of the century on Sunday

Watch Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao's fight of the century on Sunday night.

Panel discussion on riots in Baltimore, US- Part II

For President Barack Obama, the riots in Baltimore marked the return of a recurring nightmare that continues to bedevil him: How to stop deadly encounters between police and African-Americans and the resulting race-related violence.

Panel discussion on riots in Baltimore, US

For President Barack Obama, the riots in Baltimore marked the return of a recurring nightmare that continues to bedevil him: How to stop deadly encounters between police and African-Americans and the resulting race-related violence.

'Sikhs need to explain to Americans significance of turban'

Sikhs need to explain to Americans the significance of the turban, the most visible sign of their identity, an influential US lawmaker has said, amid reports that a majority of children wearing turbans are bullied in schools.

US presidential race: Hillary leads Democrats; no frontrunners among Republicans

 America`s young voters, who played a key role in propelling Barack Obama into presidency, favour Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee, but there no front-runner among prospective Republican candidates, according to a new poll.

Baltimore riot shows `crisis` in community policing: Obama

 US President Barack Obama on Tuesday condemned rioting in Baltimore, saying there was "no excuse" for the violence, but acknowledged a "slow-rolling crisis" in community policing, especially in treatment of African Americans.

DNA: Nepal earthquake was equivalent to 20 hydrogen bomb explosions, says Expert

The power of Nepal earthquake was equivalent to 20 hydrogen bombs explosions according to a US Seismologist, Steve Jones.
Also watch the current status of relief and rescue operation in Nepal.

US should put N Korea back on sponsors of terror list: Report

North Korea has increased its "material support" for terrorist organisations and should be placed back on America's list of nations that are state sponsors of terrorism, a report released today said.

South Korea police clash with protesters over ferry disaster

South Korean police clashed with thousands of protesters, blocking their way to the presidential palace, where they hoped to demand a more vigorous government response to a ferry disaster that claimed more than 300 lives a year ago.

Now, a robot that can read minds!

Scientists have created a robot that can read the human minds.

India rushes to break impasse on Canada investment pact: Source

Indian and Canadian negotiators are rushing to iron out differences in a long-stalled foreign investment protection pact in time for Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s visit to the north American nation next week, an Indian government source said.

Barack Obama, Raul Castro break the ice with handshake, smiles
Barack Obama, Raul Castro break the ice with handshake, smiles

Handshakes, smiles and a more than hour-long candid chat: Barack Obama and Raul Castro broke the ice in a cordial atmosphere after a half-century of hostile US-Cuban ties.

Obama, Castro head toward historic encounter

US President Barack Obama and Cuba`s Raul Castro will break bread with other Americas leaders at a historic summit Friday, a potent symbol of their efforts to end decades of animosity.

DNA: South Carolina police officer shoots black man 8 times

A white South Carolina police officer has been charged with murder after video emerged of him shooting a black man running away from him.

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Crisis-hit Latin America leaders seek summit breather

A massive corruption scandal at Brazil`s state oil company. Protests over the presumed massacre of 43 students in Mexico. An Argentine prosecutor`s mysterious death. Economies slowed by falling commodity prices.

America's Golden State of California to have water rationing

Faced by its worst drought in history, America's richest state of California has imposed mandatory water restrictions requiring residents, businesses, farms and even its expansive golf courses to reduce usage by 25 percent.