MORNING MINUTES: What will make headlines, Nov 24, 2015

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks at the 37th Singapore Lecture held at the Shangri-La Hotel on Nov 22, 2015.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks at the 37th Singapore Lecture held at the Shangri-La Hotel on Nov 22, 2015.ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG

Good morning! Morning Minutes is a round-up of stories that will break on Tuesday, Nov 24, and which we think you'd be interested in.

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MODI TO ADDRESS INDIA-SINGAPORE CONVENTION

In conjunction with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first official visit to Singapore, International Enterprise (IE) Singapore and the Ministry of Trade and Industry are organising today (Nov 24) the India-Singapore Economic Convention, at which Mr Modi will give a special address. Minister for Trade and Industry S. Iswaran and IE Singapore chief executive officer Teo Eng Cheong will also be speaking at the convention. - RENNIE WHANG

KERRY IN ISRAEL AND PALESTINIAN TERRITORY


US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks to members of the media after briefing members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in Washington DC on Nov 19, 2015. PHOTO: EPA

US Secretary of State John Kerry will visit Israel and the Palestinian territory today (Nov 24), for the first time in more than a year, to push for an end to a recent spate of violence that has left at least 15 Israelis and 80 Palestinians dead. US Officials said Mr Kerry would travel to Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Ramallah for talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

REPORT SHEDS LIGHT ON CYBERCRIME


One in five Singaporeans are victims of cybercrime, according to findings that Norton by Symantec will release today (Nov 24). PHOTO: NORTON BY SYMANTEC

One in five Singaporeans are victims of cybercrime and everyone of these victims has lost nearly 20 hours as a result of these cybercrime activity. This is among findings that Norton by Symantec will release today(Nov 24)  from the Norton Cybersecurity Insights Report, which sheds light on the truths of online crime and the personal effect it has on consumers. - JESSICA LIM