COVID test not needed to go to Singapore from Bangladesh

Bangladeshi passengers will no longer need to present COVID-19 test report from their homeland to go to Singapore, reports UNB.

COVID test not needed to go to Singapore from Bangladesh

Biman begins flights to Singapore on 1 October

Biman Bangladesh's managing director and chief executive officer (CEO) Mokabbir Hossain made the disclosure through a press release, saying “A flight will be operated on Thursdays on ...

Biman to start Dhaka-Toronto direct flight

Scientist Bijon Kumar Sil leaves for Singapore

Noted microbiologist Bijon Kumar Sil left Bangladesh for Singapore on Sunday morning.

Bijon Kumar Sil

Singapore battles record dengue outbreak with more mosquitoes

Singapore's specially bred mosquitoes carry a bacteria that prevents eggs from hatching, and "compete with the wild type," leading to "a gradual reduction of the mosquito population

Wolbachia-Aedes aegypti mosquitoes mate, at the National Environmental Agency's mosquito production facility in Singapore on 19 August 2020

Coronavirus forces tourism rethink in world's most visited city

Bangkok tourist destination Khao San Road is usually heaving with people on weekends, its cheap beer bars, tattoo parlours, street vendors, hostels and buzzing nightlife drawing budget travellers and ...

Bangkok city

Singapore scientists test 'anti-noise' windows

Residents in Southeast Asia's bustling cities who face the dilemma of leaving windows open for fresh air but enduring traffic sounds, could find quiet with new noise-cancelling technology developed ...

Singapore scientists test 'anti-noise' windows

Mental health of Singapore migrant workers from Bangladesh, other countries in spotlight

A migrant in Singapore who self-harmed and was pictured bloodied in a stairwell has heightened concerns over the mental health of thousands of low-paid workers confined to dormitories in the ...

A migrant worker sits outside his room in a dormitory amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Singapore on 30 April 2020

Scientists inspired by 'Star Wars' create artificial skin able to feel

Singapore researchers have developed "electronic skin" capable of recreating a sense of touch, an innovation they hope will allow people with prosthetic limbs to detect objects, as well as feel ...

A researcher at the National University of Singapore (NUS) demonstrates the self-healing abilities of an artificial, transparent skin by cutting into it with a retractable knife at a lab in NUS, Singapore, 27 July  2020.

Singaporeans get first glimpses of rare lemur twins after zoo reopens

"On top of this, females are only fertile for one out of the few days they are sexually receptive, making this twin birth particularly special," it said.

Red Ruffed lemur twins, born in February, are seen at the Singapore Zoo, in Singapore, June, 2020.

Virus-hit Singapore enters recession as economy crumbles

Singapore plunged into recession in the second quarter as the economy contracted more than 40 per cent, preliminary data showed Tuesday, with the trade-dependent city state hammered by the ...

Migrant workers in essential services wearing safety vests cross a street at Orchard Road, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Singapore, 27 May  2020.
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