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Uber granted appeal against English tests for London drivers

The introduction of more rigorous English language criteria for private-hire drivers in London will be delayed as Uber had won the right to appeal against the plan that was pushed by the city's mayor Sadiq Khan.

New wave of cyber attack sweeps globe, links found to Wannacry

A major global cyber attack on Tuesday disrupted computers at Russia's biggest oil company, Ukrainian banks and multinational firms.

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Dance India is the ideal place for Indian arts practitioners to meet... in Singapore: Vaishali Trivedi

Vaishali Trivedi is a solo Kathak dancer, singer, choreographer and a teacher. Based in Ahmedabad, she has performed extensively in more than 50 countries worldwide.

Director of 'Hindi Medium' talks to us in english medium

Recently released Indian comedy-drama Indian Medium, directed by Saket Choudhary, was in the limelight because of its satirical approach to Indian society and its education system.


Does real estate in India continue to attract you as an investment opportunity?

  • Yes - source of highest returns
  • Average - depends on the project
  • No - now I invest in the resident country
Apple CEO Cook meets PM Modi, eyes deeper access to Indian market

In a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday, Apple CEO Tim Cook highlighted the economic impact the company is having on India.

Infosys gets sued in US for racial discrimination against non-South Asian employees

Indian multinational corporation Infosys once again landed in hot legal waters. This time the allegation is that the IT services company discriminates racially against non-South Asian employees in the United States.

Focus Story#Singapore
1.57 million Singaporeans to receive SGD1.2 billion in GST vouchers, Medisave top-ups

A total of 1.57 million eligible citizens will receive notifications on their GST voucher (GSTV) and Medisave top-ups in 2017, said a statement by the Ministry of Finance (MOF) today.

AVA probes cat-hoarding case; 94 cats rescued from two-room flat in Fernvale Link

The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) has launched investigations on a case in which 94 cats were kept in cramped conditions in a two-room flat in Fernvale Link.

Know Your India
Know your awards: Indian civilian honours

Spanning a period of more than 4,000 years while witnessing the fusion of several customs and traditions, India is one of the oldest civilisations in the world. The history of the nation reflects the rich culture and heritage of the country.

MEA to hold ‘Bharat ko Janiye’ Quiz for young diaspora in August

Buoyed by the success of the Bharat ko Janiye (Know Your India) Quiz among the young NRIs and PIOs last year, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) is all set to launch the second iteration this August in which candidates would answer questions after enjoying a government-sponsored tour of India.

New To Singapore
One stop search for Indian schools in Singapore

Whether it is a recent relocation to the republic or having your kids growing and choosing the best school to cater to their preferences, here is the list of Indian schools in Singapore you can refer to during your search for the right Indian school.

Five unique museums in Singapore you need to visit

While the National Museum and the Singapore Art Museum are pretty much national icons of the arts scene in Singapore, the island is also home to a few other smaller, but still immensely fascinating, museums.

Knowing your mobile plan options in Singapore

In a 2016 report from internet firm OpenSignal, Singapore was voted as having the fastest mobile data speeds in the world. The island’s telecommunications spans the entire city-state – which means that wherever you go you will definitely be able to enjoy your cat videos. The wide coverage, ease

'Lipstick Under My Burkha' trailer makes a bold promise of a break through movie

Producer Ekta Kapoor's Alt Entertainment comes up with yet another and an even bolder movie than her previous LSD, The Dirty Picture and Udta Punjab, 'Lipstick Under My Burkha' Ekta launched the hard hitting trailer of the movie along with the lead cast and director Alankrita Shrivastava.

'Dangal' crosses SGDs 430 million mark thanks to China box office

Aamir Khan’s wrestling biopic Dangal is still going strong at the Chinese box office and has become the first Indian film to gross over INR2000 crore (SGD430.2 million).

Analysis & Commentary
This is what a hung parliament means

The 2017 general election exit poll, reality is unfolding along the same lines, suggest that no party is on course to secure a majority. With 650 MPs sitting in Westminster, a party needs to win at least 326 seats to be sure of a majority. The Conservatives are forecast to win 314 seats and Labour 2

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan dropped the ball, India needs to pick it up

Yesterday afternoon, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at the Hague ordered provisional measures in the India-Pakistan Kulbhushan Jadhav case. Specifically, they stayed the execution of the Indian national till the verdict of the ICJ was delivered.


Does real estate in India continue to attract you as an investment opportunity?

  • Yes - source of highest returns
  • Average - depends on the project
  • No - now I invest in the resident country
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Two NRIs on UK Queen Elizabeth II Birthday Honours List

Two Indian-origin men in Australia are among 891 Australians who have been recognised by British Queen Elizabeth II in her annual Birthday Honours list for their contributions to the community.

India-born TV tech pioneer Arun Netravali wins USD100,000 Marconi Prize

Dr Arun Netravali, former president of Bell Labs (now Nokia Bell Labs), has been named the winner of the 2017 Marconi Prize, the Marconi Society announced.

Govt announces web portal for women abandoned by NRI husbands

The Indian government announced it will soon launch a centralised web portal which will be a repository of information on lawyers and NGOs to help women abandoned by their NRI husbands, and a list of dos and don’ts for them.