Articles by Bhaswati Guha Majumder
The former manager at the National Library Board and the director of Database Resource Services both were charged with 56 charges each.
Scientists from Boston Children's Hospital and Nantong University in China found a new compound that could help paralyzed patients to walk again like a normal person.
Dozens of Apple Singapore consumers reported that unidentified iTunes transactions were made from their respective bank accounts.
The female student of SIM wrote on a Facebook post that she was inside a toilet when she noticed that one man was recording the scene by holding his camera phone above her.
The Director of examinations division at ITE College Central was allegedly stabbed by her ex-husband, who faced charge at the hospital, where he is admitted.
The archaeologists were warned about the Pharaoh's curse but not only it turned false but they found three skeletons and foul-smelling sludge from black sarcophagus.
1.5 million SingHealth patients' non-medical personal data were hacked and copied by the unknown hacking group, who accessed Prime Minister Lee's personal particulars and information of his outpatient dispensed medicines.
Climate change is a real threat to the world and humans are producing toxic greenhouse gas that is changing seasonal temperature cycles.
Singapore and India's relation started during the Chola empire but gradually both countries developed the relationship and that is why the third largest population of Singapore is Indian.
The police arrested the ex-husband of the deceased as they found his as the prime suspect of the murder case and officials suspect that he stabbed his ex-wife to death.
Man who survived colon cancer covered his 90 percent body with tattoos but he had to remove his genital, testicles and nipples at a Mexican hospital.
The slavery was abolished by the 13th Amendment of the constitution but they could face punishment for crime and as per the researchers, this became an advantage to exploit afro-americans.
The python was, which was found in a flat at 2 Spooner Road, near Jalan Bukit Merah area was rescued and given to the Wildlife Reserves Singapore.
The 800-year-old burials indicate that those dead people were descendants of the Vikings, who used to live in Scandinavia.
A woman involved in a case of dishonest misappropriation of property is untraceable and police urged for information about her from local residents.
25 geoglyphs found in Peru by Peruvian archaeologist Luis Jaime Castillo along with another researcher Johny Isla, both of them will discuss their finding in Nat Geo program.
Singapore's Ministry of Home Affairs has planned to prevent the fatalities caused by vehicles in the city and launched Digital Tachnograph to detect vehicles with excess speed.
The Egyptian archaeologists discovered 35 mummies, the burial site as well as the oil used by ancient Egyptians during the mummification process.
The police conducted operations in several illegal massage parlours and public entertainment outlets located inTemple Street, Foch Road, Jalan Besar, Cavan Road and Guan Chuan Street.
The researchers believe that even though the tomb of the female cancer patient was looted but it did not harm the 2500-year-old skull's position.