Pacer Broad forgives critics as wickets return

Pacer Broad forgives critics as wickets return

Stuart Broad said he didn’t hold a grudge against critics who called for him to be dropped after he ended a poor run of form with four wickets in the fourth Ashes Test yesterday.

Promise made, promise kept Paul Alexander

Promise made, promise kept Paul Alexander

Joseph R. Biden Jr. — simply “Joe” to his home state of Delaware if not the whole country — has enjoyed a storied career. Elected to the US Senate in 1972. Re-elected six times. Ran for the presidential nomination of the Democratic Party in 1988.

‘Blockade opened up new business avenues for Qatar’

‘Blockade opened up new business avenues for Qatar’

The Gulf crisis has opened new avenues for business, especially for young entrepreneurs, 26-year-old Hasham Abbasi told Qatar Urdu Radio show Haqeeqat yesterday.

The bread earner

The bread earner

Faith Khakai is proud that she can put food on the table and pay the cost of her children’s schooling so that they can get a better education than she did

‘Friends stood by Qatar in tackling Gulf crisis’

‘Friends stood by Qatar in tackling Gulf crisis’

Qatar’s many friends in the international community are helping the country a lot during the ongoing Gulf crisis, Nepalese social worker Dr Dev Kaji Dangol said yesterday.

Oil rises as US supply seen lower; Libya works to reopen field

Oil rises as US supply seen lower; Libya works to reopen field

Oil edged up as traders anticipate another decline in US crude stockpiles, while Libya is working to reopen its largest field.

Silicon Valley’s war with the far right

Silicon Valley’s war with the far right

Silicon Valley is finding itself entrenched in battle with the far right over ground rules for the digital world, a conflict that mirrors the polarisation of American politics in recent years.

Women leaders are Qatar's pride

Women leaders are Qatar's pride

Some puerile-minded people may use her name to make jibes, or drag her into their petty political squabbles, but her name in Arabic, a name of quintessential Gulf origin, is a world of meanings.

Quinoa boom has disastrous consequences for Bolivian farmers

Quinoa boom has disastrous consequences for Bolivian farmers

It’s market day in Challapata, a small village in the mountains of western Bolivia.

Qatar minister in Croatian meetings

Qatar minister in Croatian meetings

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Marija Pejcinovic Buric separately met in Zagreb yesterday with Qatar’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs HE Sultan bin Saad al-Muraikhi, who is currently visiting Croatia. During t

Al Rabban Hospitality partners with Ooredoo

Al Rabban Hospitality partners with Ooredoo

Al Rabban Hospitality hopes to drive Qatar’s smart hospitality sector, thanks to a partnership announced yesterday with leading ICT provider Ooredoo, it was announced in a statement.

Sweltering conditions to continue

Sweltering conditions to continue

Humid conditions are expected to continue in the country today, especially at night, according to the Qatar Met department.