Gulf Times - Pune
Company ordered closed for two weeks for selling expired item

Company ordered closed for two weeks for selling expired item

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce has announced the two-week closure of an electrical appliances and sanitary installations company, located in Madinat Khalifa South ...

Gift from Norway

Gift from Norway

Norway’s Foreign Secretary Ine Eriksen Soreide (left) listens as Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson speaks during the unveiling of a Christmas tree

PM: Iraq won’t use army to fight Kurdish citizens

PM: Iraq won’t use army to fight Kurdish citizens

Iraq’s prime minister has denied that an attack on the Kurds was imminent, in a bid to defuse tensions that had prompted Kurdish peshmerga fighters to temporarily seal off road links with the rest of the country.

Emir, Deputy Emir congratulate Rwanda president

Emir, Deputy Emir congratulate Rwanda president

His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani and His Highness the Deputy Emir Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad al-Thani yesterday sent cables of congratulations to Paul Kagame, on his re-election as president of Rwanda.

No tapes of Comey meets, says Trump

No tapes of Comey meets, says Trump

US President Donald Trump admitted yesterday he did not have recordings of his private meetings with fired FBI director James Comey, after maintaining the explosive claim of secret Oval Office tapes for weeks.

Fire kills six locked in bakery in India

Fire kills six locked in bakery in India

Six workers were killed when a fire swept through a bakery in the western Indian city of Pune overnight, police said Friday, adding that the victims had been locked in.

Nagasaki bombing is marked

Nagasaki bombing is marked

Yesterday the Japanese city of Nagasaki marked 71 years since its destruction by a US atomic bomb, with its mayor lauding a visit by US President Barack Obama to Hiroshima earlier this year.

Australia close to Gillespie swoop

Australia close to Gillespie swoop

Australia is close to poaching Jason Gillespie from English cricket to be the national team’s new full-time fast bowling coach, a report said yesterday.

Versace to Bottega court local shoppers as demand cools

Versace to Bottega court local shoppers as demand cools

After years of feasting on tourists’ demand for hand-stitched leather satchels and diamond-encrusted watches, luxury-goods makers are now courting a group they’ve long overlooked: local shoppers.

European equities dip on  Chinese economic gloom

European equities dip on Chinese economic gloom

Europe’s main stock markets and US stocks fell yesterday after losses across most of Asia on poor Chinese data and a drop in oil prices.

Garden tour

Garden tour

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, centre, and his wife Kalsoom Nawaz Sharif...

Emir meets Kyrgyz president

Emir meets Kyrgyz president

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani met at his Emiri Diwan office yesterday with Kyrgyzstan President Almaz Atambayev Beck.