Partnerships between teachers and doctors could help students and school staffers better deal with “toxic stress,” suggests a former teacher turned doctor.
Board Chairman of Qatar Charity Sheikh Hamad bin Nasser bin Jassim al-Thani underlined the importance of the National Day in consolidating the national identity,...
Communities across the United States are looking to replace their dirty diesel buses, ushering in what some analysts predict will be a boom in electric fleets. But transit agencies doing the buying are moving cautiously.
London’s first electric-powered black cabs hit the streets yesterday, the capital’s iconic taxis getting a facelift for the modern age that should help cut pollution in the city.
The ambassador of Qatar to Belgium and Permanent Representative to the European Union and the Nato, Abdulrahman bin Mohammed al-Khulaifi, has underlined that the fight against terrorism is a high priority for Qatar, which has issued a strict set of laws to prohibit the financing of terrorism,
With less than a week left for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), the information technology hub of Hyderabad is getting decked up for delegates from 150 countries, especially US President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump.
For the third consecutive year, RasGas ‘Qatar Helium’ educational initiative has proven to be enormously successful with students, with close to 5,000 local scholars and 100 schools participating in the popular ‘Energising Education’ competition.
Developing a strategy to undertake transport projects under a new private sector participation (PSP) model was the theme of a workshop the Ministry of Transport and Communications held with multiple public and private stakeholders.
View of damages caused by the 8.2 magnitude earthquake that hit Mexico’s Pacific coast, in Juchitan de Zaragoza, state of Oaxaca yesterday. Mexico’s most powerful earthquake in a century killed at least 58 people, officials said, after it struck the Pacific coast, wrecking homes and sending families
In an age when technology has a solution to everything, songstress Asha Bhosle says it cannot add “soul” to a singer’s voice. But the octogenarian legend feels that singers can use technology in “constructive” ways.
Four men accused of plotting to bring down a plane planned to use poisonous gas or a crude bomb disguised as a meat mincer, reports said Monday, with Australian officials calling preparations ‘advanced’.