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 Surekha A. Yadav
Surekha A. Yadav
Born and bred in Singapore, Surekha A. Yadav is a freelance journalist in Southeast Asia.
 

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Moving Singapore forward with the repeal of 377A

Moving Singapore forward with the repeal of 377A

Gratitude for the Women’s Charter in Singapore

Gratitude for the Women’s Charter in Singapore

Sulu case may be setting some unusual legal precedents

Sulu case may be setting some unusual legal precedents

Indonesia navigates a middle path

Indonesia navigates a middle path

Lessons in leadership from the UK to Singapore 

Lessons in leadership from the UK to Singapore 

Singapore and the fleeing president  

Singapore and the fleeing president  

Does Singapore need to execute drug traffickers?

Does Singapore need to execute drug traffickers?

Should non-disclosure of HIV status be criminalised? 

Should non-disclosure of HIV status be criminalised? 

Singapore and Malaysia: Are we really neutral on China?

Singapore and Malaysia: Are we really neutral on China?

Singapore vs Dubai — the global city of the future? 

Singapore vs Dubai — the global city of the future? 

Going extinct: Chicken rice in Singapore

Going extinct: Chicken rice in Singapore

Should the world stop drinking vodka?

Should the world stop drinking vodka?

The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore that it is seeking public feedback on Grabu00e2u20acu2122s application to impose a 30-cent platform fee. u00e2u20acu201d Reuters pic

Found not guilty by the court but was ex-Grab driver’s behaviour decent?

An indoor hydroponic growing system is seen at an urban farm in Singapore June 20, 2017. Picture taken June 20, 2017. u00e2u20acu201d Reuters pic

Goodbye to traditional farming in Singapore?

Finance Minister Lawrence Wong speaking during the press conference at the Istana on April 16. u00e2u20acu201d Picture courtesy of Singaporeu00e2u20acu2122s Ministry of Communications and Information

Finally... a new heir apparent has been named in Singapore

People waiting in line to buy food at a Ramadan bazaar in Ampang, April 5, 2022. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Devan Manuel

Restarting Singapore’s heart

The knife used by a man at Block 33 Bendemeer Road on March 23, 2022. u00e2u20acu201d TODAY pic

Is violence on the rise in Singapore?

A general view of the Johor Causeway at Johor Baru March 7, 2022. u00e2u20acu201d Picture by Hari Anggara

Singapore and Malaysia — back together again

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Rites and rituals of Yishun

This photograph taken on December 14, 2018, shows an animal crossing traffic signboard installed to warn motorists during nearby infrastructure roadworks in the city-stateu00e2u20acu2122s remaining green area in Mandai district leading to Singapore Zoo. u00e2u20acu201d AFP pic

Wild things of Singapore

A woman uses chopsticks to eat sushi at a restaurant in La Serena, Chile in this picture released April 19, 2016. u00e2u20acu201d Reuters pic

Eat hotpot with your hands if you are Indian

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Ukraine: A special war?

Finance Minister Lawrence Wong (pictured) said that global businesses are not in Singapore to serve its market, but they are here to serve the region and the world. u00e2u20acu2022 Picture courtesy of CNA via TODAY

Singapore moves towards taxing the rich to give to the poor

Raeesah Khan at a hearing by Parliamentu00e2u20acu2122s Committee of Privileges in Singapore December 2, 2021. u00e2u20acu201d TODAY pic

Criminal charges for the leader of Singapore’s Opposition?

File picture shows vehicles driving past the New York Times headquarters in New York March 1, 2010. u00e2u20acu201d Reuters pic

Chicken curry with a side of imperialism

A man walks at a hutong alley decorated with lanterns and a sign of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, ahead of the opening ceremony of the Games and the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday, in Beijing, China January 29, 2022. u00e2u20acu201d Reuters picnn

Crouching tiger, missing China

OCBC described a recent phishing scam that hit its customers as u00e2u20acu02dcparticularly aggressive and highly coordinatedu00e2u20acu2122, becoming increasingly frequent over the year-end holiday period in 2021. u00e2u20acu201d Reuters picnn

Scams and banks

Keeping cats on regulation

Currently, work-related events are allowed subject to a cap of 50 participants and any meals being incidental. u00e2u20acu201d APF pic

Singapore in 2022

A pedestrian walks past shops, temporarily closed-down due to Covid-19 restrictions, as Britain enters a national lockdown in London on January 5, 2021. u00e2u20acu201d AFP pic

Happy Holidays 2020, too

Raeesah Khan at a hearing by Parliamentu00e2u20acu2122s Committee of Privileges in Singapore December 2, 2021. u00e2u20acu201d TODAY pic

How the PAP seems to be missing an open goal

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