News Analysis - Indo-Singapore Relations

  • Chola's Overseas Fund (March 13, 2007)
    DBS Chola Mutual Fund plans to launch a scheme to invest exclusively in overseas assets to allow investors to spread their risks better and reduce country risk and this fund provides a unique opportunity to Indian investors.<More>

  • Teleradiology in Singapore JV (March 13, 2007)
    Bangalore based Teleradiology solution announced a joint venture with Singapore 's National Healthcare Group (NHC) where Teleradiology will tap global market through NHG which in turn will tap Teleradiology for manpower.<More>

  • Germany, Singapore Take Stake in BSE (March 13, 2007)
    Deutsche Börse and Singapore Exchange Ltd. (SGX) have negotiated minor stakes in Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd. (BSE) that is seen as positioning the nation better in a global-economy.<More>

  • Singapore Distraught About SEZ Freeze (February 07, 2007)
    The Singapore government has demanded explanation from the government on the recent policy to freeze the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) approvals and notifications.<More>

  • Indo-Singapore Air Force Exercise (January 09, 2007)
    The Indian Air Force (IAF) and the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) completed a bilateral exercise in December with the IAF fielding Mirage and Jaguar aircraft and RSAF’s F-16 C/D Fighting Falcons and F-5E Tiger aircraft.<More>

  • Japan Loan for Buddhist Circuit (November 23, 2006)
    Japan and Singapore have offered the Bihar State Government loan of Rs. 5.8 billion (USD 126 million) to develop the cultural Buddhist circuit Nalanda-Bodhgaya-Rajgir as an international tourist destination.<More>

  • Navy plans joint exercises with U.S., Russia (October 25, 2006)
    In continuation of its policy to practice naval skills and operate in the backyards of friendly nations, the Indian Navy revealed plans to hold exercises with the United States and Russia in quick succession next year in the Pacific Ocean.<More>

  • India, Singapore for Air Force Cooperation (August 22, 2006)
    In the first ever Air Force-level dialogue, India and Singapore agreed to focus on “mutually supportive roles,” including “interoperability” between respective air forces for disaster management and humanitarian relief in South East Asia.<More>

  • Singapore Stunted Democracy (May 9, 2006)
    In the latest election, Singapore's ruling People's Action Party (PAP) came back to power winning 82 of the 84 seats with 37 seats unopposed.<More>

  • Singapore Considering SEZ (February 03, 2006)
    Singapore Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong told Indian President that his country is considering a special economic zone (SEZ) in India that would help boost Foreign Direct Investment.<More>

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