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Nine years to become the Best British Breakthrough Act

Nine years to become the Best British Breakthrough Act

It took nine years of solid work for indie rockers Catfish And The Bottlemen to be named Best British Breakthrough Act at the 2016 BRIT Awards.

Mall of Qatar signs deal with Abu Issa Holding

Mall of Qatar signs deal with Abu Issa Holding

Mall of Qatar has announced the signing of an agreement with Doha-based Abu Issa Holding.

Eye-opener on eye-shut

Eye-opener on eye-shut

What constitutes a “normal” night’s sleep?

Diesel cab drivers protest ban in India's smog-choked capital

Diesel cab drivers protest ban in India's smog-choked capital

Hundreds of taxi drivers protested in New Delhi on Monday against a ban on diesel cabs, the latest initiative aimed at improving air quality in the world's most polluted capital.

Syrian peace talks limp on to next week

Syrian peace talks limp on to next week

The UN special envoy for Syria has vowed to take fragile peace talks into next week despite a walkout by the main armed opposition, a breakdown in a truce and signs that both sides are gearing up to escalate the five-year-old civil war.

Bangladesh editor held over ‘plot to kill PM’s son’

Bangladesh editor held over ‘plot to kill PM’s son’

Bangladesh police yesterday arrested a magazine editor over an alleged plot to kill the prime minister’s son, officials said,.....

King James returns with 33, Cavs edge Pacers 100-96

King James returns with 33, Cavs edge Pacers 100-96

LeBron James returned to the lineup and the Cleveland Cavaliers got back on track. James scored 33 points, Tristan Thompson made two crucial plays in the final minute, helping the Cavaliers to a gritty 100-96 win over the Indiana Pacers on Monday night.

Fresh stimulus from China central bank lifts Asia markets

Fresh stimulus from China central bank lifts Asia markets

Asian markets were up yesterday as oil prices rose and fresh stimulus from the Chinese central bank lifted hopes for the world’s number two economy.

Bodies of more Indonesians wash ashore in Malaysia after boat tragedy

Bodies of more Indonesians wash ashore in Malaysia after boat tragedy

Five more bodies believed to be those of illegal Indonesian migrants were found in Malaysia on Wednesday following a boat tragedy, raising the death toll to 18, police said.

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Indian schools shouldn’t raise fees

Strong wind expected today

Strong wind expected today

Strong wind is expected this afternoon in the inshore areas of Qatar. The offshore forecast is high seas and strong wind.

German mob attacks claim Cologne police chief's scalp

German mob attacks claim Cologne police chief's scalp

The police chief of the German city of Cologne was suspended Friday for failing to stop mob violence at New Year's Eve celebrations, as authorities said many suspects were asylum seekers.