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90% of people don’t want to know their future

90% of people don’t want to know their future

Most people would not want to know their future if given the choice even if their future could make them happy, a new study by Germany’s Max Planck Institute has found according to a report in Daily Mail.

Signs for water levels on streets are helpful

Signs for water levels on streets are helpful

More rains than usual in Qatar this year as well as heavy rains and floods in some other countries are the result of global weather changes, which are expected to be more pronounced in the coming years .

How imports boost employment

How imports boost employment

According to today’s populists, “good jobs” in US manufacturing have been “lost” to competition from imports and preferential trading arrangements.

Larger-than-life Zlatan living it up at United

Larger-than-life Zlatan living it up at United

Having spectacularly exploded doubts about his age since joining Manchester United, Zlatan Ibrahimovic approached Sunday’s League Cup final against Southampton seeking a second triumph of the season at Wembley Stadium.

Destination Lahore: Passion must not override security

Destination Lahore: Passion must not override security

The emotional current of fierce determination and resolve should be weighed against the will, ability and deliverance of a security detail that protects all comers

Our galaxy could be teeming with Earth-like worlds

Our galaxy could be teeming with Earth-like worlds

The discovery of at least seven Earth-sized planets orbiting the same star less than 40 light-years from Earth, or 235tn miles away, in the constellation Aquarius, is big news given that they could have water on their surfaces and potentially support life.

The politics of historicide

The politics of historicide

In a world of disarray, the Middle East stands apart. The post-World War I order is unravelling in much of the region.

Brain scans to predict if kids at drug abuse risk

Brain scans to predict if kids at drug abuse risk

Scientists have found a better way to predict what personality traits might indicate that a kid is at risk for drug or alcohol abuse.

Depression top cause of disability: WHO

Depression top cause of disability: WHO

More than 4 % of the world’s population lives with depression, and women, youth and the elderly are the most prone to its disabling effects, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said yesterday.

End unsafe driving practices

End unsafe driving practices

Dear Sir, Qatar is poised for meteoric growth and bustling with activity everywhere. Almost all sectors of the national economy are gearing up to host the FIFA Qatar 2022.

Mapping the future of AI

Mapping the future of AI

Artificial intelligence already plays a major role in human economies and societies, and it will play an even bigger role in the coming years.

Humanitarian situation worsens in Myanmar

Humanitarian situation worsens in Myanmar

The crops were almost ready to harvest when fighting forced Naw Tin Swe’s family to flee to this camp on Myanmar’s eastern frontier where food supplies always seem to be running low.

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