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Baby boy for Britain’s Prince William and wife Kate
The 41-gun salute has sounded and 62 rounds fired, signalling the birth of a baby boy
for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Singapore’s inflation jumped to 1.8% in June
Petrol pump prices increased after three consecutive months of price correction. (Getty images)
Singapore’s Consumer Price Index for June rose to 1.8 per cent as compared to 1.6 per cent in May, mainly due to rising global oil prices.
Singapore’s rising household debt ‘worrying’
An estimated five to 10 percent of borrowers in Singapore "have probably over-leveraged on their property purchases". (Getty images)
The Monetary Authority of Singapore expresses concerns that the mounting household debt and surging property prices will pose “significant threat” to the country’s financial system.
School ‘forces’ students to eat in shower room
Primary school students eating in a shower room in Malaysia. (Photo taken from Facebook)
Non-Muslim students in a primary school in Malaysia were made to eat in a shower room during the fasting month.
Singapore’s teen Brazilian jiu-jitsu champion dreams of greater glory
15-year-old Amos Chua hopes to be a pro-fighter one day. (Yahoo! photo)
This 15-year-old is Singapore's first and only world champion in the martial art ofRead More »from Top 5 stories for Tuesday, 23 July 2013