Singapore’s Sembcorp to buyout balance stake in India JV for Rs 406 crore from Gayatri Projects
“The proposed acquisition will allow Sembcorp to have the flexibility as sole owner to evaluate and pursue a full range of growth opportunities in the renewables segment, while at the same time seeking the right equity window to list its India business or to pursue other capital recycling options,” the company said.
Facebook caught in crossfire of Singapore's 'fake news' law
The government had previously denounced the report that police had arrested a gov...
Singapore, India air forces hold joint training exercise
To commemorate the 10th edition of the Joint Military Training, the scope of the exe...
Delhi government recommends rejection of mercy plea of one of convicts in 2012 Nirbhaya case
Delhi Home Minister Satyendar Jain has sent the file to Lt Governor Anil Baijal with Arvind Kejriwal government's recommendations in the case, they told . Vinay Sharma, one of the convicts facing the gallows in the gangrape and murder case of a 23-year-old paramedic student, had filed a mercy petition before President Ram Nath Kovind.
For the sake of fun or inspiration? Dyson to set up its global HQ at Singapore's former nightlife hub
The 1927 construction has been designated as a national monument.
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Signs of progress in the US -China trade dispute is adding to confidence.
Rajnath Singh visits Sembawang Air Base in Singapore
Sembawang Air Base (Singapore) / Changi Naval Base (Singapore): Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh visited Sembawang Air Base in Singapore...
Allcargo’s European arm buys logistics firms in HK, Singapore
The European subsidiary of Mumbai-headquartered logistics firm Allcargo Logistics, has acquired majority stakes in Hong Kong-based PAK DA (HK) Logistics and Singaporebased Spechem Supply Chain Management.
India offers Singapore facility for testing, launching missiles in Chandipur
India has already opened its military training facilities, such as air force and artillery firing ranges, to Singapore’s armed forces because of the island city-state’s territorial limitations. The two countries have regularly held artillery exercises for over a decade.
India, Singapore agree to hold trilateral maritime exercise annually
The first Singapore-India-Thailand maritime exercise was held in the Andaman Sea in September as part of the security and safety of Indo-Pacific sea lines. "The Indo-Pacific Region is vital for us and we want to further enhance our maritime participation and engagement in the region in accordance with our doctrine of SAGAR," Rajnath Singh said.
Rajnath Singh meets Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister, discusses defence cooperation
The defence minister expressed satisfaction over increasing engagement of the armed forces of India and Singapore, officials said, adding both leaders agreed to take the bilateral defence cooperation to greater heights. In the meeting, Singh also referred to India's stand on the South China Sea and the Indo-Pacific region.
State takes a cue from Singapore, plans tech board to promote IT
The board will be responsible for investment promotion, industry development and manpower development of the technology sector, and will work to strengthen the state’s reputation as a technology hub. The Karnataka government is also planning to take ideas from New Zealand, which has emerged as the number one country in the world for Ease of Doing Business.
DLF to invest Rs 1500 crore on new commercial project in Gurugram
DLF Cyber City Developers Ltd (DCCDL), a joint venture between DLF and Singapore's sovereign wealth fund GIC, has initiated the development of its new mixed-use project 'Downtown' comprising 11 million sq ft of leasing area. DLF has 67 per cent stake in the DCCDL, while GIC has the rest.
Kridhan Infra falls 5% to hit lower circuit
Kridhan Infra has received an order for liquidation of its Singapore subsidiary.
Overcome outstanding issues to get India into RCEP, says Singapore minister
"We hope that India and the other 15 countries can overcome the outstanding issues so that India can come on board eventually. We look forward to the region, including India, moving ahead together as one," Singapore's Senior Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security, Teo Chee Hean, said
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