Articles by Adrita Biswas
Singapore's Ministry of Defence (Mindef) has said that there are no plans to ban the use of fitness tracking apps by National Servicemen inside training premises.
Recent reports state that the flaming object hurtling through the South American sky was nothing but a piece from a satellite.
Killer whale Wikie has become a marvel in the animal world by learning to utter words like 'hello', 'bye bye', and 'Amy', apart from counting to three through her blowhole.
A man in Singapore was left horrified after a nine-foot-long tapeworm was found growing inside his body.
A 16-year-old boy met a tragic death when he accidentally jumped off a building while playing "the floor is lava".
A team of scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has succeeded in developing a wireless technology to assist in photodynamic therapy (PDT) for cancer patients.
Fitness tracking apps which reveal heatmaps of exercise locations prove to be a threat to the security of Singapore as they provide deatils about military camps.
An unidentified woman has been found murdered and chopped into pieces at the Indian city of Hyderabad.
A recent survey has found that there is something better than sex to keep a person happy; that is short commutes.
Hollywood actor Mark Salling, who played a supporting role in the TV series 'Glee', died of unknown causes at the age of 35.
According to scientist Gallup, a human-chimpanzee hybrid was born in a Florida laboratory about hundred years ago.
A heavy vehicle driver has been jailed for seven weeks and banned from driving for five years after his negligent driving caused a head-on collision, resulting in the death of a man.
The mother of a former national table tennis player was given six weeks' jail sentence for trying to bribe the director of the Singapore Table Tennis Association (STTA).
A 53-year-old cleaner got a jail term of eight years and 38 weeks for molesting his stepdaughter several times over a two-year period.
Republic Polytechnic school is now offering fitness programmes for students who want to join the National Service.
The Changi Chapel and Museum is going to be closed in stages for redevelopment work, starting from April 2.
An H1N1 virus outbreak rumour at a Perak primary school in Malaysia's Kuala Kangsar led to a drop in its attendance from 26 to 102 within a day.
An Uber driver was given a two-week jail term on charges of outrage of modesty of a female passenger; the man had been involved in 20 similar incidents since 2010.
Singapore's Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) arrested 99 suspected drug offenders in a five-day island-wide operation from January 21 to 26, seizing drugs worth more than S$52,000.
A 60-year-old repeat offender in Singapore has been arrested again for vandalizing a police vehicle, threatening a police officer with a wooden pole and punching a retiree.