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Eurozone stocks shoot higher as ECB keeps stimulus spigot open

Eurozone stocks shoot higher as ECB keeps stimulus spigot open

Eurozone stocks swept higher yesterday after the European Central Bank announced it would continue to pump tens of billions of euros in stimulus into the economy each month.

Orphans treated to a day of fun by Nakilat

Orphans treated to a day of fun by Nakilat

Nakilat organised a “memorable and eventful” outing for children from the Dreama orphan care centre yesterday.

Rajasthan govt defers bill on ‘media curbs’ after criticism

Rajasthan govt defers bill on ‘media curbs’ after criticism

The Rajasthan government yesterday deferred until next year a measure requiring government permission for the publication of details regarding judges and public servants who face accusations over action taken in the course of their duty.

Sunweb shine with team time trial double at world championships

Sunweb shine with team time trial double at world championships

Team Sunweb achieved the double at the road cycling world championships when their men’s and women’s teams won the team time trial events yesterday.

Students mark digital exposure at Commercial Bank

Students mark digital exposure at Commercial Bank

Commercial Bank has announced that the “Young Bankers” have successfully completed the fourth annual Summer Internship Programme.

No evidence of Brady concussion: league

No evidence of Brady concussion: league

A joint probe by the NFL and the NFL Players Association found no evidence Tom Brady suffered a concussion during the 2016 season, a statement said Wednesday.

Hamad Port, country’s gateway to the world

Hamad Port, country’s gateway to the world

State officials and major players in Qatar’s private sector, as well as foreign dignitaries have lauded the achievements made by the country’s maritime gateway to global markets

MEC inspects retail outlets ahead of Eid al-Adha

MEC inspects retail outlets ahead of Eid al-Adha

These outlets include clothing shops, perfumes and accessories shops, tailor shops, fruit and vegetables stores, sweets and cracker shops, barber shops and beauty salons, car washrooms as well as gold and jewellery stores.

Cultural events held as part of Madras Day celebrations

Cultural events held as part of Madras Day celebrations

Madras Day, or the 378th founding day of the modern city of Chennai, was celebrated from August 22 to 27 with heritage walks, cultural programmes, debates, lectures, poetry, music, quiz, food fests, photo exhibitions and bike tours around the city.

Qataris’ rights denied in blockade countries

Qataris’ rights denied in blockade countries

A number of Qataris have expressed their denouncement of the Saudi and Emirati authorities’ biased treatment against them, which encouraged their citizens to usurp the rights of Qataris there.

France's Total to buy Maersk Oil for $7.45 billion

France's Total to buy Maersk Oil for $7.45 billion

French oil giant Total said Monday that it would buy Maersk Oil, a unit of the Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk, for $7.45 billion (6.35 billion euros).

Qatar Airways fashions grand designs on the turf

Qatar Airways fashions grand designs on the turf

One of the world’s top horse racing venues is playing host to a partnership between Qatar Airways and the Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club (QREC) for the Qatar Goodwood Festival.