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SINGAPORE: From breakaway sects to fringe religions, various terms have been used for non-mainstream faiths that have made their way to Singapore in the last century.Non-mainstream faiths ‘welcome’
SINGAPORE: Three Indonesian domestic workers have been issued detention orders under the Internal Security Act and are being investigated for financing terrorism.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - To quell protests and militant attacks in India-controlled Kashmir after abrogating the region’s rights to set its own laws, the government in New Delhi doesn’t rely so much on its million-strong army or the police.
TO BE sure, there is a general perception that the market is about to get tougher this second half of the year. The first half was already looking rather poor.
SRINAGAR (Reuters) - For the first time in six days, India eased travel restrictions in some parts of Srinagar on Saturday, and people flooded the streets of Kashmir's summer capital to buy provisions ahead of the Muslim festival of Eid-al-Adha on Monday.
Singapore: Singapore has detained several Myanmar nationals accused of organising support for a rebel group locked in fierce fighting with the military in their country’s troubled Rakhine state, authorities said.
IPOH: The government has agreed to reinstate the foreign worker replacement system to all sectors effective July 1, says Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran.
SINGAPORE (ANN): Since the Pakatan Harapan government took power in Malaysia around a year ago, it has made three requests to stop executions of Malaysians in Singapore, two of whom are drug traffickers, says Law and Home Affairs Minister K. Shanmugam.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - An Indian Hindu nationalist group allied with Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on Wednesday for a ban on veils after Sri Lanka prohibited the garments worn by some Muslim women following militant bomb attacks there.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's government has asked Rahul Gandhi, the president of the main opposition Congress party, to respond to a complaint by a lawmaker from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party accusing him of holding dual British citizenship against Indian law.