Mahindra Chamlagai, President of Nepali Business Association (NBA), an umbrella organisation of Qatar based Nepali businessmen, talks to Usha Wagle Gautam about prospects of investments in Nepal and bringing the businesses rooting from Qatar and Nepal even closer with bilateral investments
A Facebook group for homeless people — more than 1,200 members and counting — might be unexpected but no more strange. Smartphones have become common even among the destitute, who rely on phones and Internet access to seek work, housing and other help, writes Emily Alpert Reyes
Thailand — that Land of Smiles — is amongst a handful of countries that probably can afford to do even without any roadshow to promote its touristy avatar.
When it comes to pop stars, Taylor Swift isn’t the most forthcoming. While her fans love to read into her every song lyric, she never actually reveals who her music is about
Ecologically-driven tourism, foreign medical hub and all things halal are instant catchers, but the country — fresh from leading the Asean last year — is now focused on taking every willing partner on board so that others, too, can reap the reward of its successful home-grown sufficiency economy phi
There can be different opinions about the genre of street art but no one can deny its importance, when it comes to being in sight and available for everyone, irrespective of one’s social stratum, to appreciate creative pieces.
The musical sensation Sonu Nigham did not let the high spirits of a huge crowd get dampened by rain and winds while the Indian singer performed at an open arena recently.
In its opening flourish, Shop Qatar 2020, organised by Qatar National Tourism Council, delivered a day replete with fashion highs, redeeming itself from the some-hit-mostly-miss lineups.
When we examine closely our Islamic laws, we find that they are most protective of the purity of Muslims, in both the abstract and real sense of the word.