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N Korea continues to flex muscles to the chagrin of West

N Korea continues to flex muscles to the chagrin of West

With North Korea carrying out yet another ballistic missile test yesterday, its third in a little over three weeks, the spotlight is back on the drama unfolding in East Asia.

More about measles

More about measles

Measles is a childhood infection caused by a virus. Once quite common, measles can now almost always be prevented with a vaccine.

BA needs a charm offensive

BA needs a charm offensive

British Airways must turn its attention to repairing its brand after a weekend of chaos and criticism caused by a major IT outage that grounded flights from London’s two main airports.

Nutritional myths and half-truths

Nutritional myths and half-truths

One of my treasured books is a gigantic volume of words and pictures that defines distinct elements in the English language. Yes, I know I can Google the same information.

Rethinking the next China

Rethinking the next China

For the past seven years, I have taught a popular class at Yale, called “The Next China.”

Pakistan budget: between milestones and prospects

Pakistan budget: between milestones and prospects

The government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has presented a fifth consecutive federal budget.

Focus on healthy diet and don’t rely on fitness trackers

Focus on healthy diet and don’t rely on fitness trackers

Fitness trackers, which have become hugely popular among all age groups of late, may be good at assessing heart rate somewhat accurately but the same cannot be said about their calorie tracking capabilities, according to a new study that covered seven devices.

Termination of contract without notice

Termination of contract without notice

What are the legal rights of the employer in terminating a contract without any justifiable reasons?

Pakistan’s cutting edge in China’s ‘new world order’

Pakistan’s cutting edge in China’s ‘new world order’

The $1tn OBOR plan envisages the kind of development spree not seen since the end of the Second World War

Manchester attack may have limited influence on polls

Manchester attack may have limited influence on polls

Monday’s Manchester Arena suicide bombing, which killed 22 people and injured more than 60, has left the United Kingdom shocked, with the attack prompting swift condemnation and calls for unity from leaders across the political spectrum in the country and beyond.

World Cup-worthy Khalifa stadium

World Cup-worthy Khalifa stadium

Five years before 2022 FIFA World Cup, Khalifa International Stadium sells out at inauguration - 45th Emir Cup Final match

Japanese envoy wishes Happy Ramadan

Japanese envoy wishes Happy Ramadan

Happy Ramadan! I am pleased to say congratulatory words at the outset of the holy month of Ramadan. Japanese people recognise Ramadan fasting as one of the most important religious duties of Muslims. We respect such a practice itself and the people who fast strictly.

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