MORNING MINUTES: What will make headlines, Sept 21, 2015

Mr Chandrababu Naidu (above), chief minister of India's south-eastern state of Andhra Pradesh, will meet Second Minister for Trade and Industry and Home Affairs and Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office S. Iswaran.
Mr Chandrababu Naidu (above), chief minister of India's south-eastern state of Andhra Pradesh, will meet Second Minister for Trade and Industry and Home Affairs and Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office S. Iswaran. ST PHOTO: DIOS VINCOY JR

Good morning! Morning Minutes is a round-up of stories that will break on Sept 21 and which we think you'd be interested in.

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Chief minister of Andhra Pradesh in Singapore to discuss new state capital Amaravati

Mr Chandrababu Naidu, Chief Minister of India's south-eastern state of Andhra Pradesh, travels to Singapore to start a two-day visit that begins on Monday (Sept 21). The purpose of his trip is to discuss the development of new state capital Amaravati, a project that Singapore is helping in. On Monday, Mr Naidu will meet Second Minister for Trade and Industry and Home Affairs and Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office S. Iswaran, and give a lecture at the Institute of South Asian Studies. - JEREMY LEE

New STI line-up


 The Straits Times Index (STI) displayed on a ticker board at SGX Centre. ST FILE PHOTO

The Straits Times Index begins trading with a new line-up today. UOL Group, Yangzijiang Shipbuilding and Sats are now part of the benchmark, replacing Jardine Matheson Holdings, Jardine Strategic Holdings and Olam International. Analysts have praised the makeover as one that will provide better gauge of market action in Singapore, as it will reflect more freely traded stocks and a more diverse mix of sectors.

New HomeTeamNS' Sembawang Clubhouse for members in the north


NSmen from the Home Team can tap the expertise of sport scientists at the HomeTeamNS clubhouses to gauge their fitness levels and better customise their fitness training programme. ST FILE PHOTO

The HomeTeamNS' Sembawang Clubhouse will be unveiled today. It will feature a variety of new and improved indoor and outdoor facilities for members residing in the north. HomeTeamNS will also announce plans to bring more exciting family-oriented play concepts that will be making their way to its other clubhouses.