‘Whoever governs Singapore must have that iron in him’: How Lee Kuan Yew brought an end to pilots’ protest in Singapore Airlines
In 1980, the Singapore International Airlines(SIA) and its pilots' union SIAPA was engaged in a bitter dispute over the demand of salary hikes.
Singapore: Woman who was infected with Covid-19 during pregnancy gives birth to baby with Coronavirus antibodies
The Singaporean woman was infected with Coronavirus during first trimester of pregnancy, and her newborn child has antibodies
Amar Singh dies after prolonged illness. He was receiving treatment at a hospital in Singapore. His daughters and wife were by his side.
Amidst cries of privacy concerns, Singaporean ethical hacker Frank Liauw gives thumbs-up to security features of Aarogya Setu app
Privacy concerns had plagued the Indian Government's contact tracing app, Aarogya Setu, with many raising doubts about the data collection, storage and encryption
Deputy Public Prosecutor Timotheus Koh informed the Court that he had even threatened to attack his brother with chopper and boiling water.
More than half of Coronavirus cases among Indian nationals abroad in Singapore and Kuwait, cases almost double in little more than a week
Singapore and Kuwait now account for more than half of the total Indians abroad who are infected by the Wuhan Coronavirus.
Singapore bans the use of Zoom app for online classes for students following ‘breaches involving obscene images’: Here is what happened
From "zoombombing" or hackers entering private chat rooms to selling of user data, the Zoom app has faced several criticisms
Singapore declares lockdown: Here is why the Wuhan Coronavirus is so deadly and why it is not ‘just the flu’
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong declared a near-total lockdown of the country on Friday to curb the spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Shekhar Gupta’s ThePrint republishes five-days old article claiming that Singapore has recorded zero Covid-19 deaths
Two days after Singapore reported two fatalities due to coronavirus, Shekhar Gupta's ThePrint publishes misleading news
How the century-old Islamic evangelical event which originated in India spread coronavirus in South East Asia
Tablighi Itjema, the Islamic evangelical event held in Malaysia late last month has emerged as the ground zero for the coronavirus outbreak in South East Asia.
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