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Indian music legend A R Rahman's debut Qatar concert Friday

Indian music legend A R Rahman's debut Qatar concert Friday

Globally acclaimed Indian music legend and two time Oscar-winner, A R Rahman will be performing for the first-time in Qatar at Khalifa International Stadium on Friday in what is billed as the biggest ever concert in the country.

Bollywood dance, Filipino concert to wow festival visitors

Bollywood dance, Filipino concert to wow festival visitors

Summer Entertainment City, located at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, is Qatar Summer Festival’s main centrepiece and a family favourite. It features more than 87 games across 11 categories.

Foreign firms shortlisted for Saudi green energy

Foreign firms shortlisted for Saudi green energy

Companies from France and Japan were among 51 firms shortlisted on Monday to bid for solar and wind energy projects in Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter.

James Taylor cancels Manila concert to protest drug killings

James Taylor cancels Manila concert to protest drug killings

American singer-songwriter James Taylor has cancelled a concert in the Philippines in a show of opposition to what he said were "unacceptable" killings outside the judicial process as part of the country's war on drugs.

Golden boy Coe faces ‘toughest race’ of his life

Golden boy Coe faces ‘toughest race’ of his life

The doping scandal that has engulfed athletics leaves Sebastian Coe, the golden boy of British sport, facing the biggest challenge of his post-competitive career.

Getting hot under the collar? Just chill at the Fan Zone

Getting hot under the collar? Just chill at the Fan Zone

To those eternal sceptics who keep fulminating over the weather situation in Qatar when it hosts the 2022 World Cup, we have just one word of advice: chill.

Socialists hammered in France local vote

Socialists hammered in France local vote

France’s ruling Socialist Party yesterday suffered heavy losses in nationwide local elections which were marked

Heir Apparent receives Libyan leader

Heir Apparent receives Libyan leader

HH the Heir Apparent Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani holding talks with Libya’s National Congress president Mohamed Megaryef in Doha yesterday.

Consumer sentiment in US drops as fiscal crisis looms

Consumer sentiment in US drops as fiscal crisis looms

US consumer confidence fell more than expected in December, hitting a four-month low as a looming fiscal crisis sapped...