Two Singaporean Indians jailed for scamming US victims out of a million dollars

One of the Indian convicts, a chartered accountant, set up Singapore-incorporated companies whose accounts were used for receiving scam proceeds. The other Indian convict was paid to be listed as a ‘director’ of these companies but without any due diligence responsibilities.

“I’m staying in the race, and I will beat Donald Trump,” says US President Joe Biden

Biden, 81, who did not fare well against Republican candidate Trump, 78, during the June 27 debate of presidential election nominees, brushed off that performance as a “bad episode” and insisted that only “the Lord almighty” could persuade him to exit the race.

Singapore: Court allows Indian-origin woman charged for holding pro-Palestine protest to visit grandparents in India

A court in Singapore on Monday allowed an Indian-origin Singaporean woman, who was charged with organising a pro-Palestine procession without a permit, to leave the country to visit her grandparents in southern India’s Kerala. Annamalai Kokila Parvathi, 35, had organised the procession in February with two others to show support for the Palestinian cause without […]

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