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QFC, MADLSA, ILO seek to enhance human resource skills

The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), the Ministry of Administrative...

Minister attends CMC session

HE the Minister of Municipality and Environment, Mohamed bin Abdullah...

Talks underway for high-tech farm in Qatar, says Spanish envoy

Before long, Qatar could start growing any type of vegetable all-year...

Amir participates in the roundtable

Amir participates in Leaders' Dialogue

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani participates in...

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Mukesh Ambani tops the list of billionaires

India added 601 new billionaires since 2014, with Reliance Industries Ltd chairman Mukesh Ambani topping the ‘Barclays Hurun India Rich List-2018’ for the seventh consecutive year with an estimated wealth of Rs3.71tn.


Many areas flooded, trees uprooted in Bengaluru rain

Heavy rains have flooded several places of Bengaluru, inundating roads and homes in low-lying areas and uprooting hundreds of trees, an official said yesterday


Hundreds protest against deaths of sewer cleaners

The relatives of thousands of people who died cleaning sewers protested in New Delhi yesterday, aiming to stop the practice of workers entering underground conduits to unclog drains and remove waste with their bare hands.

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Thousands attend funeral for Iran attack victims

Tens of thousands of mourners attended a funeral yesterday in the...

Russia Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu

Russia says it will supply Syria with S-300 air defence system

Russia will supply an S-300 surface-to-air missile system to Syria...

A general view shows an attack on a military parade in Ahvaz, Iran, in this September 22, 2018 photo

Thousands mourn victims of Iran military parade attack

Thousands of people packed the streets of the southwestern Iranian...


Iran’s Guards threaten to avenge parade attack

Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards vowed yesterday to exact “deadly...

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Australia govt blessed with budget windfall as election looms

A surging tax-take has blessed Australia’s centre-right government with the smallest budget deficit in a decade and the means to fund a host of voter-friendly spending promises as it struggles in the polls.


China says US putting ‘knife to its neck’, trade talks unlikely

A senior Chinese official said yesterday it is difficult to proceed with trade talks with the United States while Washington is putting “a knife to China’s neck”, a day after both sides heaped fresh tariffs on each other’s goods.


HNA Group loses $10bn in market capitalisation

Months after HNA Group Co began reversing a $40bn overseas buying spree and suspended trading in seven listed units, investors have put a price on the turmoil: $10bn.


Indian rupee’s double digit rout has an upshot: Rising software exports

The dark cloud hanging over India’s economy from the rupee’s rout is not without a silver lining.


RBI urged to take steps to ease liquidity, tackle credit crunch

India’s finance ministry wants the central bank to consider more steps to improve liquidity in the system, including reducing the amount of funds banks must set aside with it, a senior ministry official said yesterday


Instagram founders exit Facebook as Zuckerberg daily involvement grows

The founders of Instagram are leaving Facebook Inc after growing tensions with chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg over the direction of the photo-sharing app, people familiar with the matter said.


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