Gulf Times - Leila-Slimani
Understanding mothers

Understanding mothers

Mother’s Day is an opportune time to delve into what makes motherhood a journey beyond giving birth that requires understanding, love, and compassion from immediate family — and if need be, mental health outreach,

Protests against austerity sweep across Greece

Protests against austerity sweep across Greece

A wave of strikes and street protests swept across Greece yesterday against leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ latest austerity measures in keeping with the country’s third bailout package since 2010.

Slum mum woes as nation’s birth control plans fail

Slum mum woes as nation’s birth control plans fail

At age 33 and raising six children in a slum named “Paradise Village”, Myrna Albos is Exhibit A for the Philippines’ serial family planning failures.

Carell, Cranston and Fishburne rally to the cause in Last Flag Flying

Carell, Cranston and Fishburne rally to the cause in Last Flag Flying

Films about the brotherhood of veterans have a built-in appeal.

Ronaldo’s Portugal held by Mexico

Ronaldo’s Portugal held by Mexico

Cristiano Ronaldo brushed off speculation about his Real Madrid future, although Portugal conceded a late equaliser in a 2-2 draw with Mexico at the Confederations Cup yesterday.

Qatar Airways holds Garangao event

Qatar Airways holds Garangao event

Qatar Airways organised a Garangao event for its employees and their families on Thursday and Friday, providing children’s festivities and celebrations with a particular focus on traditional Qatari games.

Sport Affairs team claim QOC Ramadan futsal title

Sport Affairs team claim QOC Ramadan futsal title

Sport Affairs department team were crowned winners of the 11th edition of the prestigious Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) Ramadan Futsal Tournament, following their 1-0 victory over President Office team in the final held Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Indoor Hall on Friday.

Australian police to get greater powers to shoot in militant sieges

Australian police to get greater powers to shoot in militant sieges

Police in Australia's most populous state will be allowed to shoot suspects in "terrorist related" incidents even if the attacker does not pose an imminent threat, under a proposed law ...

Shams Generation solar artwork shines in Fire Station Museum gallery

Shams Generation solar artwork shines in Fire Station Museum gallery

Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec), a member of Qatar Foundation, held the inauguration ceremony of the Shams Generation 3 exhibition at the Fire Station yesterday to celebrate the third edition of its educational initiative.

Vettel loving life with revived Ferrari

Vettel loving life with revived Ferrari

On his way to winning Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel found his mind wandering already to next week’s first in-season Formula One test and how much he was looking forward to it.

De Villiers guides SA to 7-wicket win

De Villiers guides SA to 7-wicket win

South Africa beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets with 108 balls to spare in the third one-day international at the Wanderers Stadium yesterday.

Court casts doubt on Jayalalithaa’s death

Court casts doubt on Jayalalithaa’s death

The Madras High Court yesterday cast doubts on the reason behind the sudden death of J Jayalalithaa, and asked why the late Tamil Nadu chief minister’s body could not be exhumed.