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Women’s Hospital OP services relocate to WWRC

Women’s Hospital OP services relocate to WWRC

All remaining Women’s Hospital Outpatient Department services will move across to Hamad Medical Corporation’s new Women’s Wellness and Research Center (WWRC) this week.

Counting of votes for historic Nepal polls concludes

Counting of votes for historic Nepal polls concludes

Counting of votes for 110 seats of house of representative and 220 of state assemblies under proportional representation has concluded in Nepal.

Alibaba looking to create retail ‘net’ over all consumers

Alibaba looking to create retail ‘net’ over all consumers

In a small village shop near the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou, store owner Lu Qiwei uses his smartphone to place orders to refill stocks of instant noodles, rice and drinks.

UN climate envoys agree on way forward, despite Trump

UN climate envoys agree on way forward, despite Trump

Negotiations to bolster the climate-saving Paris Agreement, crafted over two decades, closed in Bonn Saturday, deflated but not derailed by Donald Trump's rejection of the treaty and defence of fossil fuels.

Even suicide blast can’t stop rising Afghan star

Even suicide blast can’t stop rising Afghan star

Such is Rashid Khan’s popularity that even a suicide blast at Kabul’s main cricket stadium couldn’t keep his fans away — and the teenager is now eyeing the sport’s big prizes as his international profile grows.

Sensex sheds 190 points; rupee weakens to 64.05

Sensex sheds 190 points; rupee weakens to 64.05

North Korea’s latest act of defiance with the testing of hydrogen bomb in spite of repeated US warnings yesterday gave markets more pain as Sensex and Nifty both registered losses, snapping three days of gains.

World’s biggest wealth fund looks beyond risk in stock splurge

World’s biggest wealth fund looks beyond risk in stock splurge

As many investors question a global stock-market rally that’s now in its eighth year, the world’s biggest wealth fund is prepared to splurge.

Swine flu has killed 900 this year: ministry

Swine flu has killed 900 this year: ministry

An increase in swine flu cases in India has caused more than 900 deaths since January, Health Ministry officials said yesterday.

Nepal flood toll rises

Nepal flood toll rises

Monsoon floods and landslides have killed at least 74 people across Nepal and India but officials fear that figure could rise sharply as rescuers search for dozens believed lost under mud and in submerged villages.

Kin of dead youths call for action against cops

Kin of dead youths call for action against cops

The parents of two black men who died after being apprehended by the police have vowed to pursue justice for their sons amid growing calls for the officers involved to be disciplined More than 100 people gathered outside Stoke Newington police station in east London yesterday afternoon to show their

Spike in oil price lifts Asian stock markets

Spike in oil price lifts Asian stock markets

Energy firms rose in Asia yesterday as another increase in oil prices eroded last week’s hefty losses, but investors are getting tetchy as Donald Trump struggles to pass his healthcare bill, raising concerns about his economic agenda.

More global liners expected to call on Hamad Port this month

More global liners expected to call on Hamad Port this month

A further improvement in cargo movement to and from Qatar is expected in the coming days as new maritime services are launched and global shipping firms ramp up operations, it is learnt.