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Qatar delivers funds to combat organised crime

Qatar delivers funds to combat organised crime

Qatar has delivered the second instalment of its contribution to the financing of the Global Programme on the Implementation of the Doha Declaration, which is being carried out over five years (2016-2022) in co-operation between Qatar and the United Nations.

Coach Klopp backs Sturridge to fire for Liverpool

Coach Klopp backs Sturridge to fire for Liverpool

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp plans to unleash an injury-free Daniel Sturridge in the new season with the England striker back training fully fit and focused.

With 2mn speakers, Esperanto language is still going strong

With 2mn speakers, Esperanto language is still going strong

Created in the late 1800s as a way of reducing cultural tensions, Esperanto had the noblest of beginnings. And despite the difficulties of promoting a constructed language, it still has a large cohort of fans all around the world. By Christian Brahmann

FIFA finds no cause  to  block Qatar World Cup 2022

FIFA finds no cause to block Qatar World Cup 2022

A much-awaited FIFA report on the race to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups makes no suggestion that Russia or Qatar should lose the right to stage the tournaments.

Anti-Qatar 'sanctions will only serve to bolster national unity'

Anti-Qatar 'sanctions will only serve to bolster national unity'

Salem bin Mubarak al-Shafi, Qatar's ambassador to Turkey, has said the anti-Qatar sanctions have "nothing to do with law, religion or morality", aljazeera.com reports.

Dollar and Treasury yields are sinking practically in unison

Dollar and Treasury yields are sinking practically in unison

The dollar and Treasury yields are sinking practically in unison, in a strengthening relationship that’s reverberating across financial markets.

It’s when, not if, Bank of Russia buys currency for reserves

It’s when, not if, Bank of Russia buys currency for reserves

For economists locked in a waiting game with Russia’s central bank, the divide is over whether its foreign-currency purchases resume in the coming months or only in the years ahead.

New owners steer F1 into the fast lane

New owners steer F1 into the fast lane

Formula One ventures into the unknown zone of a long-awaited revamped and high-speed era under new American ownership this weekend when the engines roar into life at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.

Rahul most joked about politician, claims Modi

Rahul most joked about politician, claims Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday ridiculed the ruling Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh for aligning with the Congress and assailed the Akhilesh Yadav government over a host issues including law and order.

Iraq says ruling against Trump travel ban is move in right direction

Iraq says ruling against Trump travel ban is move in right direction

Iraq is satisfied with a US appeals court ruling against a travel ban imposed by US President Donald Trump, a government spokesman said on Sunday.

Sensex climbs; rupee weakens to 67.54

Sensex climbs; rupee weakens to 67.54

Indian market yesterday shrugged off a widely expected US interest rate hike as the benchmark Sensex bounced 183 points to close at 26,698, with auto, IT, oil and gas shares keeping up the momentum.

The story of paella

The story of paella

Let’s learn about the Spanish paella today. This classic dish originates from Valencia in the eastern Spain.