Searching for Wives: A Singaporean photo studio helps Indian migrants find prospective brides back home
At its heart, Searching for Wives is a story of migrants – people who fade into the backdrop of the city but form the backbone of its work force. Men visit this studio in Singapore's Little India with the hope that photographs clicked there will help them find brides, almost like a manual dating app
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, highlighted the cultural ties of India with Malaysia on Monday as he inaugurated a Torana gate, a traditional gateway to Hindu and Buddhist temples, in Kuala Lumpur.
Indian community groups in the UK have launched a 'Modi Express' bus for a month-long tour around iconic landmarks in London to mark Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden visit to the country next month.
The trial of Arun Kaliamurthy, the last Indian national accused in the 2013 Singapore riots case has begun with his his defence lawyer claiming "wrongful arrest" and "racial profiling".
An Indian national in Singapore was today sentenced to receive three strokes of cane in addition to an earlier 25-month jail term for his involvement in Little India riots last December, the country's worst street violence in 40 years.
A 28-year-old Indian was today sentenced to five months in jail for obstructing a policeman during the Little India riot, becoming the 17th Indian to be jailed for his involvement in the country's worst violence in 40 years.
A 42-year-old Indian was on Thursday jailed for 25 months in Singapore for instigating the Little India riots last December, becoming the sixth Indian to be convicted in the country's worst street violence in 40 years.
An Indian, part of 25 compatriots charged with involvement in Singapore's worst riot in 40 years, on Monday failed in his bid to have his case dismissed.
A top police official of Singapore, handling the country's worst riot in 40 years, has told the committee probing the incident in Little India that he decided not to shoot at the rioters to avoid "inflaming" them.
Two more Indian nationals in Singapore were on Wednesday jailed for 18 weeks each for their role in the country's worst riot in 40 years in Decemeber last year.
Singapore has enacted a new law allowing the police to continue to take calibrated measures to maintain public order and calm in Little India, the scene of worst riot in 40 years in the city state.
An Indian national, part of 25 compatriots charged with involvement in Singapore's worst riot in 40 years, today became the first person to be sentenced in the case - receiving 15 weeks in jail by a court here.
A 32-year-old Indian national, one of the 25 people accused of taking part in Singapore's worst riots in over 40 years, is expected to be the first person to plead guilty to a reduced charge, a media report said on Friday.
Lee Hsien Loong has described the 8 December outbreak of violence by the South Asian foreign workers here as inexcusable, but he assured that Singapore will treat its guest workers fairly as long as they abide by the the city state's laws.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong today said the December 8 riot here is a good reminder to people that even in a stable society, such incidents can still happen.
Singapore on Friday started deporting 52 Indian nationals for their role in the 8 December riot, the city state's worst street violence in 40 years.
Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has said that last Sunday's riot in the city state was spontaneous and there is no reason to believe that it was due to unhappiness among foreign workers.
Indian national, Sakthivel Kumaravelu, rarely went to Singapore's Little India during his days off but last Sunday's visit proved fatal for his first visit to the area in more than two months.
Twenty-four Indians were today charged in a Singapore court in connection with the country's worst outbreak of violence in over 40 years following the death of a compatriot in a road accident.
All the accused face charges under "rioting with dangerous weapons", punishable by up to seven years in prison as well as caning.