Gulf Times - International
Close
Select Section:
Dining goes digital for Thailand's street food vendors

Dining goes digital for Thailand's street food vendors

Thailand is famous for its traditional street stalls that offer everything from stir-fried noodles to clothes and for many Thais eating out at a pavement stall is part of their daily routine.

Massive search for US sailors after Philippine Sea air crash

Massive search for US sailors after Philippine Sea air crash

The families of the missing sailors were notified after a C-2A "Greyhound" aircraft with 11 people on board went down on Wednesday around 930 kilometres southeast of Okinawa, the US Navy said.

Hunt gets into Twitter row with actor over NHS

Hunt gets into Twitter row with actor over NHS

The Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has become embroiled in a bizarre Twitter row with the comedy actor Ralf Little over the state of NHS mental healthcare.

‘Butcher of Bosnia’ jailed for life

‘Butcher of Bosnia’ jailed for life

A UN tribunal yesterday convicted ex-Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic of genocide and crimes against humanity for massacres of Bosnian Muslims and ethnic cleansing campaigns to forge a “Greater Serbia”, and jailed him for life.

Corbyn challenges May over Brexit strategy

Corbyn challenges May over Brexit strategy

Jeremy Corbyn has used the Prime Minister’s Questions to challenge Theresa May over what he called the government’s lack of a coherent Brexit strategy.

Hammond’s budget unveils gloomy forecast for UK growth

Hammond’s budget unveils gloomy forecast for UK growth

Britain slashed its growth forecasts for its Brexit-bound economy and expects to borrow a lot more going into the next decade, Finance Minister Philip Hammond said yesterday as he delivered a gloomy budget statement in parliament.

Saying ‘No’ to 155!

Saying ‘No’ to 155!

People hold placards against the Article 155 of the Spanish constitution, which Madrid has used to impose direct rule over the semi-autonomous Catalonia region, during a demonstration yesterday by employees of the Generalitat (Government of Catalonia) at the Sant Jaume square in Barcelona.

Six sentenced to death over 1971 war crimes

Six sentenced to death over 1971 war crimes

A special court in Bangladesh yesterday sentenced six men, including a former lawmaker, to death for crimes committed during the country’s 1971 war of independence.

Hasina slams judiciary for wasting time on ‘petty’ cases

Hasina slams judiciary for wasting time on ‘petty’ cases

The Bangladesh prime minister has criticised the judiciary for ‘wasting’ its time with ‘petty’ matters keeping aside major cases.

Another Australian lawmaker quits in dual citizenship crisis

Another Australian lawmaker quits in dual citizenship crisis

A ninth Australian lawmaker quit parliament yesterday after discovering she was a dual national, the latest casualty in a widening constitutional crisis that has already cost the government its majority.

North Korea calls US terror listing a ‘grave provocation’

North Korea calls US terror listing a ‘grave provocation’

North Korea condemned its US terror listing as a “serious provocation” yesterday, warning that sanctions would never force it to abandon its nuclear weapons programme.

Lanka urged to encourage women to work

Lanka urged to encourage women to work

The World Bank has urged Sri Lanka to encourage more women to work as this would not only help Sri Lanka realise its economic potential but would build on its several achievements.

  • Duhur

    11:20 AM
  • FAJR

    04:34

  • Shruq

    05:57

  • Duhr

    11:20

  • Asr

    14:23

  • Maghrb

    16:44

  • Isha

    18:14

From To