Singapore detains two `self-radicalised` teenagers

Singapore has detained two "self-radicalised" teenagers, including one who was planning to join the Islamic State group and carry out violent attacks in the city-state, the government said Wednesday.

Singapore teen in trouble again for re-posting anti-Lee video

Singapore prosecutors on Wednesday demanded that a rebellious teenager be sent to a reformatory after he re-posted a controversial video attacking the late independence leader Lee Kuan Yew.

Singapore's foreign maids exploited by agents, employers

The promise of a salary five times what she could make at home prompted Nabila to leave Indonesia and her family for a job as a domestic worker in Singapore.

Bickram Ghosh to open music gurukul in Singapore, London

With the rising popularity of Indian music across the globe, top Indian percussionist Bickram Ghosh is now planning to open modern 'Gurukuls' for learning Indian music and dance forms in Singapore and London.

Australia to bring home Vietnam war dead

Australian soldiers killed in the Vietnam war and buried in Malaysia and Singapore will be brought home with full military honours if their families agree, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Monday.

Painting exhibition on Buddha held in Singapore

 Thousands of tourists and Singaporeans have attended the first ever week-long contemporary art exhibition on Gautama Buddha ahead of the Vesak Day on June 1.

Singapore vows to protect name of founder PM Lee

 The Singapore government today said it will use the law to protect the name and image of the country's founding father Lee Kuan Yew from commercial use and exploitation.

Indian-origin man fined and banned from driving in Singapore

A 44-year-old Indian-origin man in Singapore was today fined USD 1,497 and banned from driving for nine months by a local court here after he had driven his car into a police post following an altercation with a friend over financial matters.

India can learn from Singapore in urban management: PM Modi

 India can benefit from Singapore`s expertise in the fields of urban management, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday.

14 people missing after barge capsizes in Singapore waters

Fourteen people -- 13 Chinese nationals and a Malaysian -- were missing Wednesday after their sand-carrier barge capsized in Singapore waters, officials said, as authorities despatched naval and coast guard vessels to search for them.

Singapore slams Iran for firing warning shots at ship

Singapore today condemned Iranian forces for firing warning shots in the Gulf at a commercial ship registered in the Asian city-state, calling it a "serious violation of international law".

Juve's joy fails to reach troubled Singapore academy
Juve's joy fails to reach troubled Singapore academy

While Juventus look forward to a first Champions League final in more than a decade and the riches that success brings, former employees at the Italian giants` Singapore-based soccer school push on with their fight for unpaid wages.

Singaporean teen found guilty of offending Christians

A Singapore court on Tuesday found a teenager guilty of offending Christians and spreading an obscene image in an online post that also carried comments celebrating the death of former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew.

Singapore team treated over 2,500 injured, sick in Nepal

 The Singapore contingent attended to more than 2,500 injured or sick people in Nepal after the deadly earthquake of April.

Runaway China official suspected of graft repatriated

A former Chinese official accused of corruption who fled overseas returned home on Saturday after being forcefully repatriated from Singapore, state media reported.

Singapore teen pleads not guilty over online video

A Singaporean teenager pleaded not guilty today to two charges over an online video he posted that was critical of Christianity and the nation's late founding prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew.

DNA: An analysis of traffic and parking system in Singapore

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

Singapore bloggers slam shutdown of website deemed `anti-foreigner`

A group of bloggers on Monday urged Singapore`s media regulator to rescind an order to shut down a website accused of fanning anti-foreigner sentiment, calling it a "brutal attempt at censorship".

Singapore deploys largest overseas relief team to quake-hit Nepal

Singapore`s Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean on Sunday said 126 officers from the Home Team Academy -- the largest overseas relief team -- are focusing their efforts in Gorkha district of quake-hit Nepal.

Singapore orders shutdown of 'anti-foreigner' portal

Singapore Sunday ordered a local man and an Australian woman facing jail time for articles seen as hostile to foreigners to shut their website down, saying it threatens "public order and national harmony".