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Knowing about hair transplant treatment

Knowing about hair transplant treatment

A hair transplant is a form of skin graft that rearranges the hair you have by taking hair and skin from one area of your head and moving it to another. It’s an effective, permanent treatment for hair loss. A hair transplant involves significant cost and recovery time.

Order any probe against Vadra, Congress dares BJP

Order any probe against Vadra, Congress dares BJP

The Congress Party yesterday challenged the government to order a probe after the Bharatiya Janata Party alleged links of party president Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra with arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari.

WISE team presents work at UN meeting

WISE team presents work at UN meeting

The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE) team joined key education-focused meetings on the occasion of the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York last week.

Indian boxer offers to trade title for peace with China

Indian boxer offers to trade title for peace with China

Indian boxer Vijender Singh has offered to return the championship belt he won in this weekend’s title fight over his Chinese rival in a nod to diplomacy amid a tense border standoff between New Delhi and Beijing.

China tells Trump not to link trade to N Korea

China tells Trump not to link trade to N Korea

China said Monday the US should not link trade to discussions about North Korea's nuclear programme, after President Donald Trump accused Beijing of taking no action on Pyongyang ...

Fairfax Media staff strike for a week over job cuts

Fairfax Media staff strike for a week over job cuts

Staff at Australia’s Fairfax Media walked off the job for a week yesterday in protest at more hefty job cuts as the leading publisher struggles to cope with slumping revenues.

‘Weak chance of light rain’: Met

‘Weak chance of light rain’: Met

There is a “weak chance of light rain” in parts of the country today, the Qatar Met department has said.

Afghan defence chiefs quit over attack as Mattis flies in

Afghan defence chiefs quit over attack as Mattis flies in

Afghanistan’s defence minister and army chief of staff resigned yesterday after the deadliest Taliban attack on a military base, and US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said he was “under no illusions” about the problems facing the country.

UCL Qatar students granted scholarships

UCL Qatar students granted scholarships

Qatar Foundation (QF) vice-chairperson and CEO HE Sheikha Hind bint Hamad al-Thani has awarded scholarships to three students who attend UCL Qatar in acknowledgement of their academic achievements to date.

French Socialists seek unity

French Socialists seek unity

France’s newly-minted Socialist candidate Benoit Hamon has issued a call for the divided left to unite for the presidential election, but his victory could boost fast-rising centrist Emmanuel Macron.

Ankara police, activists clash on bombing anniversary

Ankara police, activists clash on bombing anniversary

Turkish police used tear gas and plastic bullets to prevent pro-Kurdish activists holding a protest to mark the one-year anniversary on Monday of the country's worst attack in its modern history in the capital Ankara, an AFP correspondent said.

UAE plans to trim ministries, outsource most govt services: PM

UAE plans to trim ministries, outsource most govt services: PM

The United Arab Emirates plans to outsource most government tasks to the private sector and cut the number of ministries, the prime minister said on Monday ...