NBA Fearless Forecast Weekly Rank: 34
NBA Fearless Forecast Weekly Rank: 34
Dinner was served at 10pm and smelled like ‘cockroaches,’ bride says. This article, Malaysian bride faces legal threat after complaint about starving wedding guests, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.
West Bromwich Albion improved their slender hopes of avoiding relegation from the Premier League as they survived VAR controversy to beat Southampton 3-0, while Everton's fading top four bid was damaged by a 0-0 draw at Brighton on Monday.
A 24-year-old Singaporean man, Nick Chong Seng Cheong, who sexually groomed a 13-year-old girl was jailed two years and 10 months on Monday (12 April).
15 new members include three formerly from the Malaysian Islamic Party. This article, ‘Islamic leaders’ join Anwar Ibrahim’s People’s Justice Party, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.
The telco may be a bellwether blue-chip company, but we showcase three stocks that pay out more consistent dividends. The post Forget Singtel: Here are 3 Better Dividend Stocks appeared first on The Smart Investor.
India on Monday overtook Brazil as the country with the second-highest number of coronavirus infections, as it reported a new daily record of more than 168,000 cases.
The series is dedicated to inspirational men and women in Singapore leading healthy and active lifestyles. This week: fitness instructor Courtney Gleason.
Russia and China are frustrating the international response to the Myanmar crisis, a top European Union diplomat said Sunday, as the death toll from a military crackdown climbed past 700.
After being knocked down to the lower bracket, TNC proceeded to run through Galaxy Racer, Reckoning Esports, and BOOM Esports to force a rematch with OB.Neon in the best-of-three grand finals.
Chinese tech giant Huawei on Monday said it had reached an agreement with HSBC in Hong Kong to secure documents that its senior executive Meng Wanzhou hopes will help her fight extradition to the United States from Canada.
Almost 40 Thai provinces have brought in entry restrictions and quarantine requirements for people travelling from Bangkok and other coronavirus hotspots ahead of a holiday travel period, as the capital grapples with soaring infections.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) confirmed the detection of 20 new cases of COVID-19 infection in Singapore on Sunday (11 April), taking the country's total case count to 60,653.
A Minneapolis curfew was set to begin Monday after a police officer fatally shot a young Black man when she confused her handgun with her taser, fueling tensions in a US city already on edge because of the George Floyd murder trial.
Iran's atomic energy organisation said Sunday the Natanz nuclear facility was hit by a terrorist act, hours after it said an "accident" had caused a power failure there.
France's Europe Minister Clement Beaune said Sunday that Turkey had set a "trap" for European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen by forcing her to sit off to the side on a visit to Ankara, in a photo-op faux pas quickly dubbed 'sofagate'.
Sri Lanka secured a $500 million loan from China Monday in a desperate bid to shore up its foreign exchange reserves as the local currency hit a record low.The Sri Lankan embassy in Beijing said the loan agreement with the China Development Bank will "infuse vitally required foreign exchange" into the island's pandemic-battered economy.
Instead of the usual water pistols, splashing and jubilant crowds during Myanmar's New Year festival of Thingyan, this year's holiday will see real guns, blood on the streets and grief over a democracy robbed.
Grab Holdings and Traveloka are poised to become public companies in coming months, kickstarting a coming-out party for Southeast Asia’s long-overlooked internet scene.
Whether you are a potential tenant or landlord, watch out for the rental prices in these estates. The post 2021 HDB Rental Guide: Where Are The Most Expensive And Cheapest Estates In Singapore To Rent A HDB Flat? appeared first on DollarsAndSense.sg.
The vault that’s being built by Silver Bullion Pte Ltd near Singapore’s Changi airport — when completed in the first half of next year — will be able to store 15,000 tons of silver.