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Neeraj Pandey’s cinema: does the means justify the end?

Neeraj Pandey’s cinema: does the means justify the end?

Director Neeraj Pandey’s disillusionment with the Indian system is hardly concealed in his cinema.

ABP Volunteering Club students visit children at Hamad Hospital

ABP Volunteering Club students visit children at Hamad Hospital

Social Services and Volunteering Club (SSVC) at the Academic Bridge Program (ABP), under the umbrella of Pre-University Education, recently organised a visit to Children’s Hospital.

Breaking bad news

Breaking bad news

Hundreds of clinicians at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston are getting trained to talk to seriously ill patients about their goals, values — and prognoses — while there’s time to spare, writes Melissa Bailey

Portugal. The Man and their ‘massive bonus’

Portugal. The Man and their ‘massive bonus’

Alaska is hardly renowned as a hotbed of American popular music. Only singer/ songwriter Jewel Kilcher springs readily to mind as a star name from the state known as The Last Frontier.

Film by NU-Q professor to be broadcast on US network

Film by NU-Q professor to be broadcast on US network

A documentary on the significance of black colleges and universities in the United States is being broadcast nationally in the US as part of Black History Month. The film, Tell Them We Are Rising, by Northwestern University in Qatar Professor Marco Williams, explains the rich history of black colleg

Manic in Mumbai

Manic in Mumbai

There is an unlikely path to stardom in India’s city of dreams.

Debut interrupted

Debut interrupted

Kedarnath was supposed to be the carefully planned debut movie of Sara Ali Khan, the daughter of Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh.

French resident starts epic Qatar run from Katara

French resident starts epic Qatar run from Katara

Pierre Daniel, resident of Qatar, on Sunday set off from Katara on 439 kilometres run around the country in seven days, from February 18 to 24.

“I want to see someone construct a tall building using my concept”

“I want to see someone construct a tall building using my concept”

— Feroz Alam A. Kadaer, renowned Bangladeshi design engineer

Runner’s science: Research predicts and prevents injuries in athletes

Runner’s science: Research predicts and prevents injuries in athletes

With almost 10,000 athletes from all 50 states and several countries, the marathon provides researchers with a diverse pool of study participants

Nepali expats express solidarity with Qatar

Nepali expats express solidarity with Qatar

Different expatriate communities living in Qatar continue to express solidarity with their host country in wake of the continuous blockade by its neighbouring countries—Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

Knowledge of Allah is obligatory

Knowledge of Allah is obligatory

Allah raises the level of people in two ways: (a) Belief in Him and (b) Knowledge of Him. This is established in the following verse of the Qur’an. Allah said (which means):

  • Asr

    03:05 PM
  • FAJR

    04:45

  • Shruq

    06:04

  • Duhr

    11:48

  • Asr

    15:05

  • Maghrb

    17:31

  • Isha

    19:01

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