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Save the Dream unites leaders to foster dialogue in Mediterranean

Save the Dream unites leaders to foster dialogue in Mediterranean

Leading figures from the world of sport, international organisations, business and civil society united at the special ‘Sport Nostrum’ Forum, organised by Save the Dream recently

Saudi completes main arrests in anti-graft purge: minister

Saudi completes main arrests in anti-graft purge: minister

Dozens of princes, officials and businessmen were detained last month, about 200 people questioned, and over 2,000 bank accounts frozen in the purge.

India’s stocks are expensive but still beat bonds: Goldman

India’s stocks are expensive but still beat bonds: Goldman

India’s stocks, the most expensive in Asia, might still be a better bet than the country’s bonds heading into next year amid a forecast for earnings growth approaching 20%.

Rahul’s temple visit sparks controversy

Rahul’s temple visit sparks controversy

A major controversy broke out yesterday over Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s visit to the Somnath temple with the Bharatiya Janata Party questioning his faith.

IOC bans five more Russians for life over Sochi doping

IOC bans five more Russians for life over Sochi doping

The disciplinary commission has come to the conclusion that, whatever his motivation may be and whichever wrongdoing he may have committed in the past, Dr Rodchenkov was telling the truth when he provided explanations of the cover-up scheme that he managed’

Manushi Chhillar brings Miss World 2017 crown to India after 17 years

Manushi Chhillar brings Miss World 2017 crown to India after 17 years

An Indian medical student was crowned Miss World at a glitzy event in a Chinese resort on Saturday, making her country the joint-most successful in the beauty pageant's history.

UCQ to host Open House event for prospective students, sponsors

UCQ to host Open House event for prospective students, sponsors

The University of Calgary in Qatar (UCQ) has announced that it will host its annual Open House event for prospective students and valued sponsorship partners, Hamad Medical Corporation and Sidra Medicine.

Students learn how to protect intellectual property rights

Students learn how to protect intellectual property rights

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) has received a group of students from a local primary school for boys and a secondary school for girls as part of cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.

UN to raise issue of torture against Rohingya with ICC

UN to raise issue of torture against Rohingya with ICC

A senior United Nations official said yesterday she would raise the issue of persecution of Myanmar’s Rohingya minority, especially sexual violence and torture, with the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Sun Young-Yoo of Korea takes early LPGA lead

Sun Young-Yoo of Korea takes early LPGA lead

Sun Young-Yoo said that “pretty much everything” worked as the South Korean surged into a one-shot lead after the first round of the Blue Bay LPGA in Hainan yesterday.

Valencia put pressure on Barca, Atletico win

Valencia put pressure on Barca, Atletico win

Valencia swept aside Leganes 3-0 yesterday as they continued their stunning form with an eighth straight win to close to within a point of La Liga leaders Barcelona.

Barzani to step down as Kurdish leader in Iraq

Barzani to step down as Kurdish leader in Iraq

Massoud Barzani, the president of the autonomous Kurdish region in Iraq, told a closed-door session of parliament yesterday he was stepping down amid the fallout from a controversial independence referendum.