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Bangladesh Basketball team to fly for Singapore on Friday

Dhaka – Bangladesh National Basketball team will fly for Singapore on Friday (October 18) to play some preparatory matches with Singapore National team as well as to participate in training session under an experience coach there. Bangladesh team will tour Singapore as part of their preparation for the ensuing 13th South Asian Games scheduled to be held in Nepal during ... Read More »

Bangladesh to play hosts Singapore on Monday

Dhaka -Bangladesh Women’s Hockey team will start their campaign in the AirAsia Women’s Juniors (U-21) AHF Cup Hockey Qualifiers taking on hosts Singapore in their first match at the Sengkang Hockey Stadium in the city-state on Monday. The match will kick-off at 6 pm (BdST).Six Asian countries– Hong Kong, Uzbekistan, Chinese Taipei, Sri Lanka, debutants Bangladesh and hosts Singapore–will participate ... Read More »

BD Women’s Hockey team make first training in Singapore

Dhaka -Bangladesh Women’s Juniors Hockey team made their first training session at the Premier Pitch in Balestier Road, Singapore on Thursday ahead of the Women’s Juniors (U-21) AHF Cup Hockey Qualifiers beginning on September 9 in the city-state. Assistant Coach of Bangladesh team Shahidullah Titu said, “Girls are fully fit and they made their practice session on Thursday with physical ... Read More »

Singapore reportedly criminalizes publication of fake news

Singapore, May 9 (AP/UNB) — Singapore reportedly has passed a law criminalizing publication of fake news and allowing the government to block and order the removal of such content. The Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill passed Wednesday night by a vote of 72-9, a lawmaker with the opposition Worker’s Party, Daniel Goh, said on Twitter. The law bans ... Read More »

Singapore’s ASEAN tenure marked by crises and disputes

By Nile Bowie When Singapore took the reins last year of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (Asean) rotating leadership, the regional grouping’s credibility and relevance was at stake. Amid rising geopolitical tensions, maritime disputes in the South China Sea and abuses in Myanmar against the Rohingya Muslim minority that the United Nations has said constitute crimes against humanity, consensus ... Read More »

Singapore personal data hack hits 1.5m

Hackers have stolen personal data in Singapore belonging to some 1.5 million people, or more than a quarter of the population, officials say. They broke into the government health database in a “deliberate, targeted and well-planned” attack, a government statement says. Those targeted visited clinics between 1 May 2015 and 4 July of this year. Read More »