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Astrologers hold sway over political leaders in Nepal

Astrologers hold sway over political leaders in Nepal

Nepal’s prime minister is confident his party will win a general election being held this month - because his astrologer told him.

Finance minister not to quit over budget ‘leak’

Finance minister not to quit over budget ‘leak’

Kerala Finance Minister Thomas Issac yesterday ruled out stepping down after the Congress-led opposition demanded his resignation over the leak of his budget speech on social media.

MoPH holds workshop on eye disorders among students

MoPH holds workshop on eye disorders among students

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) recently organised a workshop on eye health for school nurses. The 5-day workshop was organised in collaboration with Ministry of Education ...

Katara’s Ramadan workshops, activities unveiled

Katara’s Ramadan workshops, activities unveiled

Katara - the Cultural Village has unveiled its Ramadan workshops that give children a glimpse on how to create a lantern using solar kits and recyclable materials.

QTA goes global in latest campaign

QTA goes global in latest campaign

A total of 50 taxis will ply all over the city of London for next six months, displaying the new Qatar destination brand unveiled by the Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) yesterday...

Minister sets up Haj team

Minister sets up Haj team

HE the Minister of Endowments and Islamic Affairs (Awqaf) Dr Ghaith bin Mubarak al-Kuwari yesterday issued a decision forming the Qatari Haj Mission for the year 1436 Hijri, 2015 AD.

 Japan inflation falls back to zero in July

Japan inflation falls back to zero in July

Japanese inflation fell back to zero in July while household spending dropped again, official data showed yesterday.

India plot to end 22-year drought against Sri Lanka

India plot to end 22-year drought against Sri Lanka

India and Sri Lanka were left to ponder the behaviour of an unusually greenish wicket as they delayed naming their line-ups for the decisive final Test starting in Colombo today.

Suicide bomber kills prominent tribal leader in Iraq

Suicide bomber kills prominent tribal leader in Iraq

A suicide bomber killed a prominent tribal leader and five other people in an attack southwest of Baghdad, police said

Kofi Annan urges Hasina not to lower marriage age of girls

Kofi Annan urges Hasina not to lower marriage age of girls

Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan has urged the Bangladesh prime minister to maintain the minimum age of marriage for girls at 18 years.