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London photo exhibition on children living in poverty

London photo exhibition on children living in poverty

Lucy has cancer. The London mother is only able to work part time, so she can’t often afford days out with her daughter Nathalia.

The right and perfect

The right and perfect

The Sana Safinaz omnibus is on the road and it’s going to be one frisky, high fashion ride. The designer duo has stretched their business beyond their huge market for luxury pret, downright status of designer lawn queens since years now and not to mention their thriving bridals.

Young QMA students showcase musical diversity in concert

Young QMA students showcase musical diversity in concert

It was a gratifying experience for parents as their talented children and well-trained students of Qatar Music Academy (QMA) brought forth thrilling performances during the Annual Student Concert at Qatar National Convention Centre recently.

Giant juggernaut

Giant juggernaut

Walt Disney Co’s entertainment kingdom is about to get a whole lot bigger thanks to its pending purchase of 21st Century Fox assets, and the rest of Hollywood has only just begun to grapple with the consequences of the company’s increasing power.

Wheat bread’s bad rap gives bakers, scientists something to chew on

Wheat bread’s bad rap gives bakers, scientists something to chew on

A perfect loaf of bread consists of psyllium seed husks, almond flour and linseed. Or so say online fitness food suppliers selling ready mixes for ‘protein’ or ‘low-carb’ bread.

Racism prompted Gary Jr to write This Land

Racism prompted Gary Jr to write This Land

It was the evils of racism which prompted Gary Clark Jr to write This Land.

Korean artist presents her ‘hide and seek’ work at solo exhibition

Korean artist presents her ‘hide and seek’ work at solo exhibition

It was a show of a variety of creative skills by one person. The paintings, fashion designs, and ceramics bespoke of the talent of the artist cum designer.

Making the cut

Making the cut

Qatar University’s Gulf Studies program is currently the world’s only one that provides an MA degree in Gulf Studies. In the year 2018, it saw a record number of student applications, not only from international scholars, but an increasing number of Qatari students

Lilly Singh to host new NBC late-night show

Lilly Singh to host new NBC late-night show

Lilly Singh is getting her own late-night show.

A R Rahman all set to rock Doha this Friday

A R Rahman all set to rock Doha this Friday

The biggest musical event is ready to rock Doha with an international music sensation from India gracing Qatar for the first time. Local and expatriate community fans of A R Rahman are excited to listen to the Oscar winning musician during his debut performance in Doha.

Innovations during the month of Rajab

Innovations during the month of Rajab

Allah Almighty bestows favours and grants bounties upon His slaves, during all times, to help expiate their sins, elevate their ranks and make up for their shortcomings.

Unique clarion call

Unique clarion call

As soon as Blythe Pepino got together with her partner Joshua two years ago, she felt “this overwhelming urge to create a family with him”, she says. “I think it was the fifth day after having met him, I said: ‘I’ve got to meet your parents.’ He was like: ‘You’re mad.’”

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