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  • Pakistan beat Singapore, Hong Kong

    KUALA LUMPUR: Pakistan netball team was off to a flying start on the first day of the Asian Men’s Netball Championship 2016 that commenced here at Dewan Serbaguna Complex on Friday when they won back to back matches against Singapore and Hong Kong...

    Six teams are participating in this event including Brunei, Hong Kong, Mala­ysia, Singapore, Pakistan and India...

  • Karachi-based team of women entrepreneurs to represent Pakistan in Singapore startup weekend

    Last weekend, tech incubator The Nest I/O organised the Startup Weekend Women edition, where more than 200 aspiring women entrepreneurs from various backgrounds participated to work on and develop their own tech companies...

    The event not only focused on uplifting local women businesses, but will also allow them to showcase their talent globally at Techstars Global Startup Weekend Women which will be held in Singapore in March...

  • Gwadar will be ‘Singapore’ of Pakistan: official

    GWADAR: Gwadar Development Authority director general Shahzeb Khan Kakar has said that Gwadar will be developed into a smart port city as it is the future ‘Singapore’ of Pakistan...

    “The city should have already been developed like Singapore 10 years ago, but there were some mistakes that have been corrected...

  • Singapore’s ruling party returns to power

    SINGAPORE: The party that has ruled Singapore since it became a country a half-century ago returned to power for five more years after easily winning Friday’s general election...

    SG100 will be better than SG50,” he said, referring to the 50 years that the PAP has ruled Singapore since independence in 1965...

  • What were voters saying in Singapore general election?

    SO, is this the “new normal” of Singapore politics? Were voters signalling, through the massive 10-point swing to the People’s Action Party (PAP) in Friday’s polls, that they wanted a return to one party dominating parliament overwhelmingly, at the expense of alternative views being heard in and out of the House?Did the Workers’ Party’s (WP) call to entrench the opposition and add diversity to public discourse as part of the necessary...

  • Singapore high school maths problem stumps Internet

    SINGAPORE: A maths problem that first appeared in a test for Singapore’s elite high school students has baffled Internet users around the world after it went viral, prompting a rush of attempts to solve it...

    The question, involving a girl asking two boys to guess her birthday after giving them scant clues, first appeared in an April 8 test organised by the Singapore and Asian School Math Olympiads (SASMO)...

  • Singapore bans Islamic scholar Mufti Menk's entry into country for 'promoting religious discord'

    Singapore has banned Islamic preacher and scholar Mufti Ismail Menk from entering the city-state, saying that his views promote religious discord, reported Al Jazeera on Tuesday...

    Menk, who hails from Zimbabwe and has more than two million followers on Twitter, as well as Haslin bin Baharim, a Malaysian scholar, were barred from entering Singapore by the government ahead of their lectures on a "halal cruise" scheduled for late...

  • Singapore to deploy driverless buses from 2022

    SINGAPORE: Driverless buses will appear on some roads in Singapore from 2022 as part of plans to improve mobility in the land-scarce city-state, its transport minister said on Wednesday...

    Singapore has so far avoided the massive traffic jams that choke other Asian cities like Manila and Jakarta by imposing road tolls, spending massively on public transport and becoming one of the world’s most expensive places to own a car...

  • 10 sailors missing after US destroyer collision off Singapore

    SINGAPORE: Ten US sailors went missing while five were injured after their destroyer collided with a tanker near Singapore on Monday, tearing a large hole in its hull in the second accident involving an American warship in two months...

    A major search involving ships and aircraft from three countries was launched for the missing sailors after the collision with the Alnic MC in the Singapore Strait, near the Strait of Malacca...

  • Singapore swears in first female president amid criticism

    Singapore on Thursday inaugurated its first female president amid stinging criticism that she is taking office without a vote...

    Halimah Yacob, a former speaker of parliament from the Malay Muslim minority, won the presidency in a walkover after authorities decided her rivals did not meet strict eligibility criteria...

  • Vettel warns Ferrari no shoo-in for Singapore GP

    SINGAPORE: Sebastian Vettel on Thursday warned he was in for a close fight with Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes at the Singapore Grand Prix, despite his peerless record and Ferrari’s supposed superiority at the night race...

    Vettel has won four of the nine Singapore races so far, but he dismissed expectations that Ferrari will have the edge over Mercedes at the corner-heavy Marina Bay street circuit...

  • Banknotes or airport? Singapore mulls Lee Kuan Yew tribute

    SINGAPORE: Lee Kuan Yew International Airport? A banknote with the founding Singaporean leader’s face on it? A new national holiday?The death of the widely revered leader known as “LKY” last month has sparked a vigorous debate in Singapore over how to honour its first prime minister, who famously disdained personal monuments...

    Lee, who died on March 23 aged 91, refused to allow statues of himself and rarely lent his name to...

  • Red Bulls set pace in Singapore practice

    SINGAPORE: Daniel Ricciardo put on a dazzling display under the floodlights to go fastest ahead of team-mate Max Verstappen, as Red Bull showed they might have the form to contend for victory at the Singapore Grand Prix on the opening day of practice on Friday...

    “I’m sure it will tighten up tomorrow but I still expect we will be able to stay where we are,” said Ricciardo, who has finished second in Singapore for the past two years...

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