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4 min ago | The Straits Times
The 33-year-old Indian national who died in the fatal accident, which sparked the Little India riot on Sunday night has been identified.
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4 hrs ago | Scoop
In commemoration of Human Rights Day on December 10, the Asian Human Rights Commission is issuing a brief report on the state of human rights in Indonesia.
8 hrs ago | The Straits Times
The mob involved in the Little India riot attacked emergency vehicles that were responding to the fatal accident between a private bus and a person at the junction of Race Course Road and Hampshire Road, said the Singapore Civil Defence Force on Monday.
11 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com
The PAP Resolution 2013 is the result of several rounds of engagement with party activists, Members of Parliament and members of the PAP's Central Executive Committee .
15 hrs ago | The Age
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's foreign affairs adviser said that they were hearing different accounts from foreign minister Julie Bishop and Prime Minister Abbott.
The Democratic Party has lashed out at the media for the constant bombardment of bad press about the ruling party ahead of the 2014 general election.
A total of 1,633 flood victims from 426 families in Johor were still housed at 23 relief centres in eight districts as at 10am Saturday.
Clearer regulations are needed to support people who are blind who use guide dogs, said Law Minister K. Shanmugam yesterday.
The writer with her best friend at the peak of Mount Sibayak with fumaroles releasing steam nearby.
Indonesia is in talks with Russia on the purchase of a number of Kilo Class submarines, as the country expands its deterrent capabilities in anticipation of future regional disputes.
Dozens of activists from different NGOs from a number of cities staged a rally at the Yogyakarta Ground Zero area on Friday, demanding the government draw up an anti-rape bill due to the high number of rapes in the country.
A second Resorts World Sentosa staff has been fined S$20,000 for providing misleading information to the Casino Regulatory Authority.
Australia will not halt collecting intelligence on Indonesia but would work towards becoming its trusted partner, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Friday in the wake of damaging espionage allegations.
Among the many tributes paid to Nelson Mandela, few have touched on his role as a fashion icon.
Yusen Logistics' warehousing facilities in Indonesia will hit 90,000 square meters in 2014, as it begins work on a 16,700-square-meter facility in February.
Dumai District Court sentenced Malaysian citizen Broderick "Achin" Chin Teck Fui to 15 months behind bars on Thursday for insulting the Indonesian flag.