‘I'm going to hug my mum tightly when I see her'
Tonight, Mr. Gold Poovan Devasagayam will finally get to hug his mother, whom he last saw nearly two years ago before he left for France.
ZERO TOLERANCE FOR RACISM: ITTF
Table tennis body reacts after spectator hurls racial insult at Chinese player in Houston
VACCINE RULES TANTAMOUNT TO ‘BLACKMAIL'
Djokovic’s dad blasts Tennis Australia, says nine-time champ may skip Melbourne Slam
Taiwan and Europe must defend democracy together, says Tsai
Taiwan and Europe must work together to defend against authoritarianism and disinformation, President Tsai Ingwen told visiting lawmakers from the Baltic states of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia yesterday.
Some adjust plans to dine out over fears of new virus variant
Some reschedule meals with friends, while eateries fret that rules will be tightened again
Singapore, Malaysia aim to expand land VTL to general travellers
Talks will also begin on allowing S’pore cruise ships to call at Malaysian ports
Shares of Macau casinos plunge amid arrests
Founder of gaming hub’s biggest junket operator among 11 people arrested
Seoul delays easing curbs further amid rising cases, Omicron fears
South Korea yesterday said it has shelved plans to further relax Covid-19 curbs due to the strain on its healthcare system from rising hospitalisation and death rates as well as the threat posed by the new Omicron variant.
PM Lee, Ismail discuss S'pore-Johor RTS Link, reviving HSR project
Republic open to fresh proposals from Malaysia on high-speed rail link to KL
Philippines aims to vaccinate 9 million people in three days
Massive nationwide drive part of efforts to avoid possible surge due to Omicron variant
Parents fret over twin threats even as Delhi schools reopen
Air pollution, Covid-19 still a worry but many want their kids to make up for learning losses
New variant could cause S. Africa's daily cases to treble: Expert
The newly discovered Omicron variant is likely to fuel a surge in South Africa’s coronavirus cases, possibly causing daily infections to treble this week, a top epidemiologist warned yesterday.
Man survives Guatemala-Miami flight hiding in landing gear compartment
A 26-year-old man survived a flight from Guatemala to Miami over the weekend after hiding in the airplane’s landing gear compartment, officials said.
Horseback archery: Malaysians take a shot at ancient pastime
Riding a galloping horse under the blazing sun, Malaysian archer Zaharudin Rastam Yeop Mahidin fires an arrow at a target as a crowd cheers.
Get SPL clubs adopted by districts to strengthen ties with community
Letter of the day
From villain to hero, Tuchel praises his captain Jorginho
Chelsea coach Thomas Tuchel praised his captain Jorginho for overcoming a howler that gave Manchester United a breakaway goal and recovering his confidence to score a penalty that earned the English Premier League leaders a point on Sunday.
Early childhood professionals lauded for their good work
New award also created to recognise their role in helping kids with developmental needs
ComfortDelGro expands into construction logistics venture in China
Taxi operator ComfortDelGro yesterday said it has entered into a joint venture (JV) to start a transportation business delivering concrete in China.
Celebrating close ties over Istana lunch
Menu, which had dishes loved by S’poreans and Malaysians, reflects close links: PM Lee
Asia markets decline as jittery investors wait and see
No noticeable panic selling in the face of emerging info on Omicron virus variant
Actors Chang Chen And Alyssa Chia Score First Wins
58th Golden Horse Awards
Chan Wins After Par Save On Last Hole
Taiwanese delights in his first Asian Tour success in five years as Thai Sadom falters
Firms To Adopt Digital Solutions, Innovate At New Kranji Facility
More than 40 SMEs will move to JTC development, set to be completed by Q1
Greece Opens 2 More Holding Centres For Migrants As Part Of Tougher Policy
Greece has opened two more migrant holding centres on islands near Turkey as part of a tougher policy for managing migrant flows that has been criticised by rights groups.
Jubilant Klopp Hails ‘Exceptional' Jota
With 21 goals in 46 appearances for Liverpool, Diogo Jota’s £41 million (S$75 million) transfer from Wolverhampton Wanderers in September last year has proven to be a snip.
New Augmented Reality Centre For ITE College East Students
Mechanical engineering students from the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) College East can pick up new skills in areas such as augmented reality (AR), with the opening of a new facility last week.
Riot-Hit Solomon Islands' PM Vows To Defy Pressure To Resign
The Prime Minister of riot-hit Solomon Islands vowed yesterday to defy pressure to resign, saying violence that swept the capital had been orchestrated by a few people with “evil intention” to topple him.
Singaporean Wins Young Sake Ambassador Award
Sake sommelier Oh Reuben Luke woke up to a pleasant surprise last month.
Suu Kyi Due To Hear Verdict In Incitement Trial Tomorrow
Ousted Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi is expected to hear the verdict in her incitement trial tomorrow, the first in a catalogue of judgments to be handed down in a junta court that could jail her for decades.
Vaccination Checks • People Cannot Be Left To Self-Regulate'
I agree with Mr Frank Lim Choo Beng that the onus is on diners to ensure that they are vaccinated before eating at hawker centres or coffee shops (Onus should be on diners to follow the rules, Nov 25).