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    Yes Bank gets RBI nod to open offices in London, Singapore

    New Delhi: Private sector lender Yes Bank today said has received Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) approval to open two representative offices in London and Singapore. “This is a significant development in the overall augmentation of Yes Bank’s business model and will help in further diversification and expansion of financial services to the NRI diaspora,” Yes Bank MD and CEO Rana Kapoor said.

  • India enters badminton team finals

    Gold Coast : Saina Nehwal was at her ruthless best but top seeds India were tested more than usual before entering the badminton mixed team event finals with a 3-1 win over Singapore in the Commonwealth Games semifinals here on Sunday.

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    Indian-origin physiotherapist in Singapore jailed for molestation

    Singapore:  An Indian-origin physiotherapist has been sentenced to 11 months in jail and three strokes of caning for molesting a teenager during treatment. Luke Manimaran Degarajoo, 43, was sentenced on Wednesday for touching the 18-year-old girl inappropriately during a physiotherapy session in his clinic in March 2017. She visited him seeking treatment for back and hip pain, the Strait Times reported.

  • Singapore passes terror attack blackout law

    Singapore : Singapore’s parliament on Wednesday  passed a controversial law giving authorities the power to block all electronic communications at the scene of a terror attack, despite protests it will erode media freedom.

  • Rahul Gandhi meets Singapore PM

     Singapore : Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday called on Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and discussed wide range of topics related to India-Singapore ties.

  • Extremely nasty form of politics taking root in India, says Rahul

    Singapore : Launching a scathing attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said “an extremely nasty form of politics” is taking root in India and his party will “defeat the BJP in the next election”.

  • Will go with phase two sanctions on N Korea if first won’t work: US Prez

     Washington:  US President Donald Trump on Saturday warned that he will go with phase two sanctions on North Korea if the first one won’t work, which will be very unfortunate for the world. Earlier, he had imposed the “heaviest-ever” sanctions on North Korea’s shipping companies in a bid to prevent the reclusive nation from acquiring nuclear weapons and developing intercontinental ballistic missiles.

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    Ramco Systems and XinFin join forces to develop hybrid blockchain solution

    Chennai: Global enterprise software specialist Ramco Systems and Singapore-based open-source blockchain developer XinFin FinTech Pte Ltd. will join forces to build a breakthrough hybrid blockchain solution. Combining features of public and private networks to provide secure and rapid transactions for the aviation, logistics and human resources industries, the two companies will use XinFin’s proprietary XDC01 distributed ledger protocol to build a new architecture based on Ramco’s software solutions.

  • ‘Saree Runner’: Homemaker ready to rock Kolkata Marathon

    Kolkata : Saree has always been associated with style and substance but Kolkata homemaker Pooja Jain wants to ensure that it soon becomes a sporting attire as she gets ready to compete in the IDBI Federal Life Insurance Kolkata Full Marathon, here on Sunday.

  • Republic Day 2018: Watch Live telecast of 69th Republic Day Parade

    New Delhi: As the nation is all set to celebrate the 69th Republic Day on Thursday, security has been beefed up everywhere.Security forces have been deployed in numbers, to keep a check on the situations. Vehicles, in each and every police points, are being checked thoroughly. Vigilance at sensitive spots across the country have been increased to ensure safety and security.

  • Republic Day 2018: Meet the 10 ASEAN leaders who will be the chief guests this year

    The ASEAN summit is going to be held on January 25 in New Delhi. As a part of this summit, the country heads of Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Vietnam, have come to India. And, after attending the ASEAN summit, they will be the chief guests at the Republic Day parade tomorrow.