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“Much more active diplomacy should be applied to end unjustified blockade of Qatar”

“Much more active diplomacy should be applied to end unjustified blockade of Qatar”

Diplomats should always be patient to enjoy the good side of it. They should be open-minded in all aspects and open to all cultures and religions

Load Wedding goes global

Load Wedding goes global

In a country where once the cinema scene had almost desensitised, the duo came, saw and conquered.

Europe markets mixed as Wall Street returns

Europe markets mixed as Wall Street returns

Europe’s main stock markets traded mixed yesterday as Wall Street fell upon its return from a long holiday weekend dominated by North Korea’s weekend nuclear test.

Lewis windfall spells good fortune for Harvey victims

Lewis windfall spells good fortune for Harvey victims

Stacy Lewis picked the right time to break out of a slump and the end of her winless drought will bring a windfall to the flood victims in her hometown of Houston.

As Amazon fear widens, one UK retailer is fighting back

As Amazon fear widens, one UK retailer is fighting back

As Amazon.com moves deeper into the grocery and fashion industries, the companies in its cross hairs could look to the UK for a lesson in how to handle an incursion from the Seattle-based giant.

Al Kharaitiyat take on Al Khor in battle of in-form teams

Al Kharaitiyat take on Al Khor in battle of in-form teams

Al Kharaitiyat face Al Khor today in the 17th round of the Qatar Stars League. Kharaitiyat are just out of the relegation zone in tenth place.

Poor roads force Indian gymnast to return BMW gift

Poor roads force Indian gymnast to return BMW gift

Thanks, but no thanks, said Indian Olympic gymnast Dipa Karmakar as she returned a car she had received as a gift for her performance in Brazil this summer, according to news reports on Wednesday.

Police call off search after Baramulla attack

Police call off search after Baramulla attack

A massive search operation to hunt down militants who escaped after a failed attempt to attack an army camp in north Kashmir’s Baramulla town was called off yesterday morning, officials said.

Brexit accelerates pound’s 100 years of debasement

Brexit accelerates pound’s 100 years of debasement

In 1967, UK Prime Minister Harold Wilson declared devaluation wouldn’t diminish the “pound in your pocket.” Chancellor of the Exchequer Norman Lamont admitted he was heard “singing in the bath”.....

Prayer time

Prayer time

Malaysian Muslims offer prayers on the first Friday of the holy month of Ramadan at the National mosque in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Egyptian police raid press syndicate, arrest two journalists

Egyptian police raid press syndicate, arrest two journalists

Egyptian police raided the press syndicate in Cairo late on Sunday and arrested two journalists critical of the government, a syndicate official and reporters said in what the labour union called ...