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Fading into scarlet colours

Fading into scarlet colours

Poets, writers and philosophers alike have historically used different elements of nature for symbolic purposes as much as they have used it for visual description or imagery that adds depth to a piece literature when effectively used with vivid and descriptive language.

Flight of imagination

Flight of imagination

Have you ever been stuck in traffic and wished you could zoom above the gridlock in a flying car? A new study, published in the journal Nature Communications, could help guide the development of flying cars so they’ll have more in common with a plug-in electric vehicle than a gas-guzzling SUV.

World renowned Indian artist to paint live in Doha next Friday

World renowned Indian artist to paint live in Doha next Friday

Finalist of India’s Got Talent season 3 and winner of ‘EC live quotient Most Innovative Act Award’ 2012, Vilas Nayak is currently one of the most sought after speed painting artist in the world

“I like to take  on challenges” - Ashud Ahmed, Ambassador of Bangladesh

“I like to take on challenges” - Ashud Ahmed, Ambassador of Bangladesh

Young diplomats should equip themselves with first-hand knowledge of important things. They should be avid readers. They need to interact a lot with people

Keep away from enmity

Keep away from enmity

The Muslim has a mission in his life, and is required to be effective, active, tolerant and social, mixing with other people and dealing with them with tolerance and in accordance with the worthy Islamic attitudes and behaviour.

Those busy with remembrance

Those busy with remembrance

Allah The Most High says which translates as: “So when you have finished the rites of Haj then remember Allah as you remember your forefathers yet even more in remembrance.

A pictorial ode to the innate beauty of Qatar

A pictorial ode to the innate beauty of Qatar

Beauty lies in the eyes of beholder. The beauty of Qatar has regularly been captured and described by visitors, expatriate residents and locals through different art forms. With modern gadgets and camera, the natural, traditional, and modern scenes of the country have constantly been preserved

Mirror of life

Mirror of life

One of the myriad mysteries about the Golden Age of Islamic history ­­– the 8th to 14th century burgeoning period of arts, culture, economics and sciences in lands ruled by Muslims, was the evolution of Islamic architecture that saw geometric patterns became central in all Islamic buildings and deco

To read or not to read is the question

To read or not to read is the question

When I was young and cynical, a friend and I came up with a plan to make reading easy. We called it litzak — Muzak for literature — and the idea was to boil down great books to a sentence each. Moby-Dick, for instance, was reduced to: “A whale of a tale about the one that got away.”

Umm Salama Primary School for Girls wins Qatar e-Nature contest

Umm Salama Primary School for Girls wins Qatar e-Nature contest

The young students of four schools taking part in the final round of e-Nature Contest were cheered and applauded by their families and friends as they clicked for a right answer. The final of the sixth edition of Qatar e-Nature Schools Contest 2019 and the prize

The painted lady

The painted lady

At my little house in this scorching desert, the garden we have; the small oasis we created, was always a welcoming site for birds of all kinds, to rest their wings from the harsh heat of the summer. The greenery acts as a beautiful way to point direction too.

Stopping Ward’s weed

Stopping Ward’s weed

A new invasive weed that can grow into a dense mat, choking off most other plants, has gained its first North American foothold in Carlsbad and is threatening to spread across the Southwest with seeds that can travel on clothes, boots and tyres.

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