Japan offers cyber security, introduces sensor for pet animals

Japan's leading IT and network technologies company, NEC Corporation, has launched a cyber security factory in Singapore as the latest addition to its global portfolio of security operation centers.

Foreign govts raise pressure on Malaysia over scandals

Malaysia`s attorney general last week cleared Premier Najib Razak of wrongdoing in accepting a mysterious USD 681 million payment from overseas.

Singapore's largest freshwater marshland now open

Within the public area, visitors can climb a 10.65-metre tall Raptor tower to get a panoramic view of the surrounding marshes.

 

India sews up cyber security accords with three countries
India sews up cyber security accords with three countries

The agreements related to cyber security will promote closer cooperation for exchange of knowledge and experience in detection, resolution and prevention of security related incidents between India and the respective country.

'India projected to be world's fastest growing economy'
'India projected to be world's fastest growing economy'

Describing India as a "bright spot" in the backdrop of gloomy economic outlook globally, a senior Singaporean minister has said the country was projected to be the world's fasted growing economy and Singapore's close economic cooperation with it would be mutually beneficial.

Singapore court jails Indian-origin woman for assaulting maid

Limbaga cooked, cared for her employers' children and had no days off.

Bangladesh arrests 14 workers deported from Singapore

Tensions are high in Bangladesh after five more secular bloggers and a publisher were brutally killed last year.

27 Bangladeshis arrested in Singapore for terror links

At least 27 Bangladeshi nationals, who planned to take part in extremist activities in other countries, including their homeland, were arrested in Singapore.

Singapore arrests 27 Bangladeshi Islamists, deports 26

Singapore, a wealthy multi-ethnic city state, arrested 27 Bangladeshi construction workers who supported Islamist groups including al Qaeda and Islamic State and deported 26 of them, the government said on Wednesday.

Singapore says it deported 26 Bangladeshis for terror links

Singapore disclosed Wednesday it had arrested 27 Bangladeshi construction workers late last year for supporting "the armed jihad ideology of terrorist groups" and had deported 26 of them.

Tamil TV, radio in Singapore raise funds for Chennai floods

A donation drive by a Tamil language TV channel and radio station in Singapore has raised more than 214,000 dollars to help those affected by floods in Chennai earlier this month.

Israeli Embassy apologises over insult to Singapore flag

Photos of the incident that took place on Sunday surfaced on the alternative news site 'All Singapore Stuff' on Monday.

Singapore's Indian-origin blind champion of disabled no more

Chandran-Dudley breathed his last yesterday in a hospital where he was taken to after complaining of chest pain.

China, Taiwan open first hotline in tension reducing measure

China and Taiwan began operating the first telephone hotline between the two nations on Wednesday, set up as a confidence building and tension reducing measure, with senior officials exchanging New Year`s greetings.

Virtual reality technology centre launched in Singapore

Centre for Lean and Virtual Construction, which is equipped with an array of latest 3D immersive technologies and Building Information Modelling (BIM) software, was officially launched in Singapore on Monday.

Another US patrol in South China Sea unlikely this year: Officials

The US Navy is unlikely to carry out another patrol within 12 nautical miles of Chinese-built islands in the South China Sea this year as officials had initially suggested, three US defence officials said on Monday.

Singapore bans gutka, khaini and more 

In June, the ministry announced that the ban on emerging tobacco products would be implemented in two phases.

Singapore minister warns of Islamic State threat in Southeast Asia

Singapore's Defence Minister said on Wednesday that Islamic State fighters pose a "clear and present danger" to Southeast Asia as they return from Syria and Iraq with a mission to establish a caliphate.

Singapore bans freshwater fish from ready-to-eat dishes

Singapore's health ministry on Saturday announced that the use of freshwater fish in all ready-to-eat raw fish dishes will be banned with immediate effect since it contains higher bacterial contamination than saltwater fish.

Alleged global match-fixer rearrested in Singapore
Alleged global match-fixer rearrested in Singapore

Police said they had rearrested Tan, also known as Tan Seet Eng, for investigations into suspected involvement in criminal activities.