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Qatar at forefront of fight against terrorism: al-Thawadi

Qatar at forefront of fight against terrorism: al-Thawadi

Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC) Secretary-General Hassan al-Thawadi has said that Qatar is “at the forefront of the fight against terrorism” and that the country is determined to stop terror through “education and empowerment.”

Jeddah security post attack condemned

Jeddah security post attack condemned

Qatar has strongly condemned the attack on a security checkpost of the Royal Guard in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, which resulted in the death of two security officers and injuring three others.

Technical analysis of the QSE index

Technical analysis of the QSE index

Definitions of key terms used in technical analysis

Priyanka land deal claim raises doubts, says govt

Priyanka land deal claim raises doubts, says govt

Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad yesterday said a public clarification issued by Congress president’s daughter Priyanka Gandhi Vadra about her land deals raises more questions than it answers.

India to replace coaches on crash-hit rail network

India to replace coaches on crash-hit rail network

India will replace its existing fleet of old railway coaches with high-tech German-built ones after nearly 200 people were killed in disasters on the network in the last two months.

Nishikori avenges US Open defeat with Wawrinka rout

Nishikori avenges US Open defeat with Wawrinka rout

Kei Nishikori avenged his painful US Open loss to Stan Wawrinka as the Japanese star routed the world number three 6-2, 6-3 in his opening match at the ATP Tour Finals yesterday.

Baby stolen from hospital recovered

Baby stolen from hospital recovered

A week-old boy who was kidnapped last week from the maternity ward of the Salem Government Hospital was found within two days.

Ooredoo unveils new features on its app

Ooredoo unveils new features on its app

Ooredoo has announced a new update to its Ooredoo App that will allow any Hala or Shahry user in Qatar to access the service.

Rain intervenes after India land double blow

Rain intervenes after India land double blow

India made two early strikes before threatening weather closed in to force early stumps, with the West Indies at 62 for two on the opening day of the fourth and final Test at the Queen’s Park Oval yesterday.

Kumble expects to prove worth in a year

Kumble expects to prove worth in a year

Former spinner Anil Kumble has no concerns over the length of his contract as India’s new head coach, believing he has enough time and matches to make an impact.

Toward a viable climate target

Toward a viable climate target

The Paris climate agreement will be remembered as a success only if we manage to shift our focus from talk to effective action

Expat faces deportation for selling alcohol

Expat faces deportation for selling alcohol

A Doha Misdemeanour Court has sentenced a Sri Lankan man to a month in jail followed by deportation for selling alcoholic beverages, local Arabic daily Arrayah reported.