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".

Singapore PM says given `all-clear` from prostate cancer

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said Friday he has been fully cleared of prostate cancer after undergoing surgery in February.

China sweeps six spots in women's quarters at World TT
China sweeps six spots in women's quarters at World TT

Olympic and defending World Champion Li Xiaoxia led China's sweep of six berths at the women's singles quarterfinals here on Friday.

Tamil Nadu, Singapore agrees to share their experiences in health sector

Tamil Nadu and Singapore Tuesday agreed to share their experiences in the health sector with each other, with the former coming under praise for its various schemes.

Indian national goes on trial for Little India riot

The trial of the last Indian national, out of the 25 accused from the country in the December 2013 riot case here, has begun with his defence lawyer claiming "wrongful arrest" and "racial profiling" of his client.

Banknotes or airport? Singapore mulls Lee Kuan Yew tribute

Lee Kuan Yew International Airport? A banknote with the founding Singaporean leader`s face on it? A new national holiday?

Singapore offers financial, humanitarian aid to Nepal

Singapore on Sunday joined global humanitarian efforts for quake-hit Nepal, offering 100,000 dollars and medical and search-and-rescue teams.

Two Indians awarded for saving toddler in Singapore

Two Indian nationals in Singapore were on Friday hailed as heroes and commended for saving a dangling toddler stuck between the rails on a parapet of a second floor apartment block.

Indian-origin diplomat awarded for his services in Singapore

Indian-origin diplomat Gopinath Pillai has been bestowed with 'Outstanding Service Award' for his services to the city-state by the National University of Singapore (NUS) here.

Former Singapore president recovering after stroke

Former Singapore president SR Nathan who served the nation for the longest tenure has suffered a stroke and is recovering now in hospital, his family has said.

Mediterranean migrants could surge to 500,000 this year: IMO chief

 The number of migrants crossing the Mediterranean could surge to 500,000 this year, with deaths at sea reaching thousands if no action is taken against the people who traffic them, the head of the UN`s maritime agency warned Wednesday.

Malaysian gets death for 2010 murder of Indian national

Singapore, Apr 20 (PTI) A Malaysian man was sentenced to death today for the 2010 murder of an Indian national working in Singapore's construction sector.

Indian-origin Singapore soldier found dead

A 49-year-old Indian-origin soldier in Singapore has died after he was found unconscious under mysterious circumstances, prompting a police probe into the incident.

ED begins probe against Naveen Jindal, his family

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has begun an open inquiry against Congress leader and industrialist Naveen Jindal and his family for alleged violations of foreign exchange laws in operating four bank accounts at a Swiss private bank in Singapore.

Singaporean, Australian charged over anti-foreigner forum

A Singaporean man and an Australian woman behind an online forum that often attacks immigrants and foreign workers in Singapore were charged Tuesday with sedition, an offence punishable by jail.

FEMA case against Naveen Jindal, four family members

ED has registered a FEMA case against Naveen Jindal and his four family members.

Leander Paes likely to play in Mahesh Bhupathi's IPTL
Leander Paes likely to play in Mahesh Bhupathi's IPTL

The 2015 edition of International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) may see Leander Paes taking on some of the greatest names of the sport. According to reports, the doubles specialist has agreed to join the Mahesh Bhupathi-launched tennis tournament, thus ending the protracted feud between two of India's greatest tennis players.