Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Tuesday, March 13.
Licensing Grab, Uber may curb car population
Private-hire car companies Grab and Uber may be required to pay for a licence to operate in Singapore to control the population of such cars, say observers, similar to the arrangement in London.
VIDEO: Highly likely Russia behind spy attack: British PM Theresa May
In a dramatic escalation of diplomatic tensions over the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter on March 4, Mrs May said the nerve agent that poisoned them was a military-grade type developed by Russia.
Trump signs order prohibiting Broadcom takeover of Qualcomm
The US president issued an order prohibiting Singapore-based Broadcom's proposed takeover of Qualcomm on grounds of national security.
Perks give QR code payments more bite
The future of cashless payment at hawker centres and coffee shops could involve scanning a quick response (QR) code that looks like a mesh of pixelated squares, with the Government pushing for this.
VIDEO: At least 50 killed in Bangladeshi passenger aircraft crash near Kathmandu airport
The plane, operated by US-Bangla Airlines, was on a flight from Dhaka when it hit an airport fence and burst into flames, an official said.
VIDEO: Collagen from fish scales may spur wound healing
Beneath the hard exterior of fish scales is a trove of collagen that can be used to hasten the healing of wounds.
Husband and wife face death penalty on terror charges in Indonesia
A former Indonesian migrant worker, who last year was deported from Hong Kong after she posted a Facebook video of her pledging allegiance to ISIS, is now facing the death sentence along with her newly-wed husband.
Why some folk readily accept supernatural explanations
One of the main reasons could be simply that people want to believe in the paranormal.
One-third of students affected by theft of A-level scripts opt to take the paper again
About one-third of the 238 students whose scripts for an A-level chemistry paper were stolen in Britain last year have opted to sit the exam again.
VIDEO: French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy dies aged 91
Hubert de Givenchy, the aristocratic French fashion designer famous for the "Little black dress" and styling Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy, has died aged 91.