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Exhibition celebrates Arabic calligraphy as practiced in India

An Islamic calligraphy exhibition titled ‘Multaqa Al-Qulub Wal-Funun:...

Captured - Qatar's passion for football, uncut, unedited

Earlier this year, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC)...

Dilapidated buildings: A silent threat that demands action

A number of citizens have expressed concern over the old, dilapidated...


Al Thuraya Planetarium programmes entertain ... and educate

The Cultural Village Foundation – Katara continues to provide an...

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Ooredoo Myanmar supports education sector with ‘Back-to-school’ donation

Ooredoo Myanmar has carried out a “Back-to-school” donation...

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Tourists discover 50 dead pilot whales in Iceland

US tourists on a helicopter ride over western Iceland spotted about 50 dead pilot whales on a beach, radio station RUV reported.

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Manila to ask Iran to free Filipino on seized tanker

The Philippines said Saturday it would ask Iran to free a Filipino crew member of a British-flagged tanker seized by Tehran's Revolutionary Guards.

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India grounds pilot for sending hijack alert by mistake

India has suspended a pilot for accidentally sending a hijack alert to air traffic control during a domestic flight last month, the aviation authority said.

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Iran seizes British tanker, denies US downed drone

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards said yesterday they had confiscated a...


Lebanon’s parliament passes 2019 budget

Lebanon’s parliament passed a “reforming” 2019 state budget...

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Tehran dismisses US claim of destroying Iranian drone

Iran on Friday categorically denied US President Donald Trump's...


Iraqi militias bombed by unmanned aircraft, one killed

An unmanned aircraft dropped explosives on a base belonging to...

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IEA does not expect ‘huge rise’ in crude prices: Executive director

The International Energy Agency (IEA) doesn’t expect oil prices to rise significantly because demand is slowing and there is a glut in global crude markets, its executive director said yesterday.


Japan’s core inflation hits 2-year low, might push BoJ to ease again soon

Japan’s core inflation slowed to its weakest in about two years in June, underlining policymakers’ long battle to boost consumer prices and adding to speculation the Bank of Japan could deliver more stimulus later this month.


More China easing expected as growth cools, trade war weighs

China is keeping all its economic policy tools within reach as the trade war with the United States gets longer and costlier, but still sees more aggressive action like interest rate cuts as a last resort should the dispute get uglier, policy sources say.


IndiGo owner sees more passengers

Interglobe Aviation Ltd, which operates India’s top airline IndiGo, yesterday said it expected passenger capacity to grow by nearly a third this fiscal year, as the company reported its highest-ever quarterly profit in the June quarter, benefiting from the collapse of Jet Airways.


Outgoing RBS chief to lead Australia bank

National Australia Bank yesterday announced veteran banker Ross McEwan would be its new chief executive, as the lender seeks to rebuild confidence after a scathing national inquiry.


Europe markets end little changed as investors see US interest rate cut

European markets closed little changed yesterday while Wall Street was largely flat as investors waited on a widely expected US interest rate cut to give a clear lead. Continued uncertainty about the US-China trade stand-off despite some positive commentary


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