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US embassy to hold ‘Open Mic Night’ at Katara on Saturday

US embassy to hold ‘Open Mic Night’ at Katara on Saturday

The US embassy in Qatar is calling on spoken word performers, musicians, poets and writers of all levels and ages to share their work at an ‘Open Mic Night’ on November 11, at Katara, under the theme of ‘Transforming Obstacles into Opportunities’.

VCUarts Qatar to mark 20th anniversary, launch new logo

VCUarts Qatar to mark 20th anniversary, launch new logo

Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of the Arts in Qatar, set to celebrate its 20th anniversary in Education City, will henceforth be known as VCUarts Qatar, reflecting a brand alignment based on the main campus’ identity.

Earnings at Qatar’s industrial producers jump on higher prices

Earnings at Qatar’s industrial producers jump on higher prices

Qatar’s industrial producers’ earnings displayed robust performance year-on-year in July mainly on higher prices for hydrocarbons, refined petroleum products and other chemical products and fibres, official data suggest.

Colours of cultures, traditions set to fly in Kite festival

Colours of cultures, traditions set to fly in Kite festival

Qatar could once again make its mark on the global tourism map as preparations are underway for the proposed first Qatar International Kite Festival slated in April at the Katara Beach.

President, PM pay tribute to Kalam

President, PM pay tribute to Kalam

President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday paid tributes to former president and ‘Missile Man’ A P J Abdul Kalam on his 85th birth anniversary.

Scots down France to hand Six Nations crown to England

Scots down France to hand Six Nations crown to England

Scotland produced their best performance in years to defeat France 29-18 and hand the Six Nations title to unbeaten England at Murrayfield yesterday.

Gluttonous jaguar 'too fat to mate', says India zoo

Gluttonous jaguar 'too fat to mate', says India zoo

A 12-year-old jaguar brought to New Delhi zoo on a "breeding loan" is being sent back after he was found too fat to mate ...

Two men lynched over alleged sex assaults

Two men lynched over alleged sex assaults

Police were yesterday investigating two separate lynchings in which men were beaten to death by frenzied crowds in anger over alleged assaults on women.

United’s Van Gaal relishes Arsenal Cup showdown

United’s Van Gaal relishes Arsenal Cup showdown

Louis van Gaal says he is relishing the chance to face Arsenal at Old Trafford after Manchester United earned a showdown with the holders in the FA Cup quarter-finals.

Iran sweetens crude deals to counter sanctions, price plunge

Iran sweetens crude deals to counter sanctions, price plunge

Iran is sweetening the terms it offers on oil development contracts to draw the interest of foreign investors deterred by sanctions and low crude prices...

Japan’s inflation slows on weak consumer spending

Japan’s inflation slows on weak consumer spending

\Japanese inflation slowed again in December, official data showed yesterday, as weak consumer spending and falling energy prices challenge ....

Modi pledges $70mn credit for Fiji sugar industry

Modi pledges $70mn credit for Fiji sugar industry

Let us create an ocean of opportunity marked with a new horizon and a new era, Modi says in an address to Fiji's parliament.