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QEF set to host Qatar, Al Rayyan equestrian championships

QEF set to host Qatar, Al Rayyan equestrian championships

Qatar Equestrian Federation (QEF) is preparing to organise Qatar and Al Rayyan International Show Jumping championships at the QEF’s outdoor arena in Al Rayyan, with prizes carrying up to one million and 700,000 Qatari riyals.

Gritty Windies dig in before Cremer strikes

Gritty Windies dig in before Cremer strikes

Zimbabwe legspinner Graeme Cremer struck late on day two to end a turgid opening stand and keep the West Indies in check in the second Test at Queens Sports Club yesterday.

China vs Washington consensus

China vs Washington consensus

In 2013, Chinese President Xi Xinping heartened many Western economists by committing to a “decisive role” for the market within China’s economy.

QIB sponsors conference on information security in financial institutions

QIB sponsors conference on information security in financial institutions

Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) has announced its sponsorship of the ‘4th Annual Conference for Information Security in Financial Institutions (ISFS)’ on November 5 and 6 at Sheraton Grand Doha Resort and Convention Hotel.

Malaysia asks Interpol to trace financier linked to 1MDB scandal

Malaysia asks Interpol to trace financier linked to 1MDB scandal

Malaysia has asked Interpol to try to locate a Malaysian financier for questioning over his suspected involvement in a multi-billion dollar scandal at state fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) ...

Srikanth, Intanon clinch Denmark Open titles

Srikanth, Intanon clinch Denmark Open titles

Indian shuttler Srikanth Kidambi clinched his third Superseries title of the season as he crushed South Korean Lee Hyun II to win the men’s singles title of the Denmark Open yesterday.

UAE stops issuing visas to North Koreans

UAE stops issuing visas to North Koreans

The United Arab Emirates has announced that it had stopped issuing visas to North Korean nationals and downgraded diplomatic relations with Pyongyang, following similar moves by Kuwait and Qatar.

Now for a first Grand Slam, says new No 1 Halep

Now for a first Grand Slam, says new No 1 Halep

Emotional Simona Halep called it the best day of her life and targeted a maiden Grand Slam as she surged to number one in the world for the first time yesterday.

International Hunting and Falcon Exhibition opens at Katara today

International Hunting and Falcon Exhibition opens at Katara today

Katara – The Cultural Village is all set to inaugurate the first edition of Katara International Hunting and Falcon Exhibition ‘S’hail 2017’, today with many local, Arab and international participants.

Costly UN not delivering good enough, says Trump

Costly UN not delivering good enough, says Trump

The United Nations is not delivering good enough results despite the extra money that has been put into it in recent years, US President Donald Trump said yesterday in his first address at the UN General Assembly.

China’s central bank is drafting proposals for financial sector opening

China’s central bank is drafting proposals for financial sector opening

China’s central bank is drafting a package of reforms which would give foreign investors greater access to the nation’s financial services industry, according to people familiar with the matter.

New accreditation for QU programmes

New accreditation for QU programmes

Qatar University (QU) yesterday announced the academic accreditation of its colleges of Education (CED), Engineering (CENG), and Health Sciences (CHS), taking the total number of accredited programmes to 37.