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Minister meets Al Quds Fund chief

HE the Minister of Administrative Development, Labour and Social...

Qatar attends OIC summit on science and technology

Qatar participated in the work of the second Organisation of Islamic...

369 referred to prosecution for Covid-19 violations

The designated authorities have referred 369 people to the...

Dusty conditions led to a drop in visibility in some places yesterday. PICTURES: Shaji Kayamkulam

More windy, dusty conditions expected: Met

Strong northwesterly winds will continue to blow over the next two...

The meeting was attended by HE the Speaker of the Shura Council Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Zaid al- Mahm

PM meets guests attending UNOCT Doha office opening

HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid bin...

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Rodrigo Duterte

Duterte mulls bid for vice president

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte yesterday said that a run for vice president in next year’s elections was a “good idea” because he has unfinished business, including solving the country’s drug problem.


Indian govt defends action in Covid vaccine doses gap row

India’s government yesterday defended its decision to double the gap between the two doses of the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine to up to 16 weeks, after three scientific advisers said there was no agreement on such a wide interval.


India accuses Twitter of ignoring new rules

India’s battle with Twitter escalated yesterday with the government accusing the US firm of deliberately ignoring new IT rules, as reports suggested it can now be prosecuted for users’ tweets.

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Alex Macheras

US, EU reach deal to end Airbus-Boeing dispute

The United States and the European Union reached a deal on Tuesday to end a 17-year dispute over subsidies to Boeing and Airbus and phase out billions of dollars in punitive tariffs, the US trade envoy said.

Travellers line up at Air China counters at Beijing Capital International Airport. Unruly passengers

Unruly behaviour on flights takes off, post Covid-19 pandemic

Unruly passengers remain a major concern for air carriers worldwide. While serious disruptive behaviour remains rare, it can often be costly and cause aircraft delays.

The bullish outlook of retail investors and Gulf institutions’ increased net buying notwithstanding,

Masraf Al Rayan and Al Khaliji make modest gains on QSE despite a bear run

Masraf Al Rayan and Al Khaliji, which received the financial regulator’s nod for merger, Wednesday made modest gains on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which otherwise entered the second day of a bearish run.

Diego Camberos, chief operating officer, Vodafone Qatar.

Realising the full potential of IoT through 5G connectivity

Vodafone Qatar's chief operating officer, Diego Camberos, recently spoke at the Telecoms World Middle East about the critical 5G requirements needed to realise the full potential of the Internet of Things (IoT).

Hardening rates in the global commercial insurance and reinsurance markets have prompted the Gulf Co

GCC insurers eye new captives amid hardening global rates: AM Best

Hardening rates in the global commercial insurance and reinsurance markets have prompted the Gulf Co-operation Council, or GCC, to increasingly scout for establishing new captives, according to AM Best, a global insurance rating agency.


QNB leads Forbes Middle East list of 'Top 50 banks'

Middle East and Africa’s largest financial institution QNB Group has topped the ranking of the Forbes’s ‘Top 50 Banks in the Middle East’ list featuring the region’s banking giants that help drive the region’s economies.


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