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Son released for full Asian Games under Spurs deal

Son released for full Asian Games under Spurs deal

Son Heung-min will miss South Korea’s first two matches at the Asian Cup in January under a compromise agreed with Tottenham Hotspur to release him for this month’s Asian Games, the Korea Football Association (KFA) said yesterday.

Sterling bounces back from City brink

Sterling bounces back from City brink

Sterling has flipped the script and is firmly established as one of Guardiola’s key men

Nigerian protesters demand sick president return or quit

Nigerian protesters demand sick president return or quit

Nigerian protesters demanded yesterday that President Muhammadu Buhari, receiving treatment in London for an undisclosed ailment for more than three months, either return or resign.

Gold doldrums propel Moneyball tactic from ETF seeking edge

Gold doldrums propel Moneyball tactic from ETF seeking edge

Frank Holmes is no Billy Beane, but he’s trying to replicate in an exchange-traded fund what the baseball manager did with an underdog team in the movie Moneyball.

School students present projects at QU ‘open day’

School students present projects at QU ‘open day’

More than 500 students from 17 schools in Qatar took part in the fourth Annual Open Day for Project-based Learning last week, which aims to provide a platform of knowledge sharing and exchanges.

Duterte reignites martial law fears

Duterte reignites martial law fears

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned yesterday he may impose martial law and suspend elections for tens of thousands of local posts, fuelling concerns about democracy under his rule.

Trapped behind the walls

Trapped behind the walls

John Carpenter’s film Escape From New York made quite an impact when it was released in 1981. The movie takes place in a dark future where Manhattan Island had been transformed into a massive, maximum-security open-air prison surrounded by 15-m high walls.

4,000 rebels leave Aleppo in 'last stages' of evacuation

4,000 rebels leave Aleppo in 'last stages' of evacuation

More than 4,000 fighters left rebel-held areas of Aleppo, the Red Cross said on Thursday, in the "last stages" of an evacuation clearing the way for Syria's army to retake the city.

Sensor-based traffic signals needed

Sensor-based traffic signals needed

Dear Sir, Most of the traffic signals on the road from Birla Public School to Asian Town are time-configured and not based on the real traffic movement on the main road and the branch roads that join it.

Are you too old to find success?

Are you too old to find success?

At what age are you too old to achieve breakthrough success in your field? That question fascinates so many people, I suspect, because almost nobody considers themselves already entirely successful.

US mall investors set to lose billions as retail gloom deepens

US mall investors set to lose billions as retail gloom deepens

The dramatic shift to online shopping that has crushed US department stores in recent years now threatens the investors who a decade ago funded the vast expanse of brick and mortar emporiums ...

GCC banks eye millennials as new market

GCC banks eye millennials as new market

Tech-savvy millennials, who represent about 40% of the market in the Gulf and the Middle East region, are helping shape the future of digital banking in the GCC, according to industry leaders.