The tech giant's plan to build its first-in-Asia data centre will support "hundreds of jobs"
The Ministry of Manpower found more than 5,000 violations in the first half of 2018
Several offices will remain closed today following the death of India’s former prime minister
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The victim was employed as a safety coordinator and patrol man
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MOM and the police are investigating the "unnatural death"
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