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Qatar International Boat Show postponed

Qatar International Boat Show postponed

The seventh Qatar International Boat Show (QIBS) has been postponed, the organisers have said.

GPPC signs official media sponsorship for QIBS 2020

GPPC signs official media sponsorship for QIBS 2020

Gulf Publishing & Printing Co (GPPC), publishers of leading dailies Gulf Times in English and Arrayah in Arabic, signed an official media sponsorship agreement for the Qawarib Qatar International Boat Show

Qatar International Boat Show to display latest products and services in marine industry

Qatar International Boat Show to display latest products and services in marine industry

The upcoming seventh edition of the Qatar International Boat Show (QIBS) will bring together and connect the world's most privileged yacht and boat manufacturers, service providers ...

Boating, water sports enthusiasts flock to QIBS

Boating, water sports enthusiasts flock to QIBS

The 2016 Qatar International Boat Show (QIBS’16), which concludes on Saturday, has been attracting both boating and water sports enthusiasts with a range of luxury boats, yachts and sports watercrafts that are on display at this year’s show, the organisers have said.

Can exercise reduce the risk of getting cancer?

Can exercise reduce the risk of getting cancer?

Just in case you haven’t got the message that exercise is good for you, two huge research studies this month shout it louder than ever. Which is just as well, since almost one-third of adults are classified as “inactive”.

Sensex jumps 1.4%; rupee rises to 66.05 against dollar

Sensex jumps 1.4%; rupee rises to 66.05 against dollar

Indian stocks recouped from a two-month low as equities rallied across Asia after US Federal Reserve meeting minutes stressed that any increases in interest rates would be gradual slow.

Milipol Qatar 2014 to ‘offer state security solutions’

Milipol Qatar 2014 to ‘offer state security solutions’

Milipol Qatar 2014 will present solutions for country’s internal security requirements, Brigadier Nasser bin Fahad al-Thani has said.

Lego-style crime mural goes viral  in Malaysia

Lego-style crime mural goes viral in Malaysia

A street mural that was whitewashed by authorities because it highlighted Malaysia’s crime problem has gone viral, with versions popping...