Love, joy and sharing mark Eid celebrations

Love, joy and sharing mark Eid celebrations

An atmosphere of love, joy and piety prevailed across Qatar yesterday when Eid al-Adha celebrations began. Early in the morning, a vast number of residents hurried for Eid prayers.

Apparel sales in Qatar remain strong, say retailers

Apparel sales in Qatar remain strong, say retailers

Sales of apparel at many outlets in Qatar, especially those in ‘value retail,’ have remained strong amid the diplomatic crisis in the region, it is learnt.

Modi, Rahul trade blows in Punjab election race

Modi, Rahul trade blows in Punjab election race

With little over a week to go before poll day in Punjab, the political battle escalated in the state yesterday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi engaging in a high decibel war of words.

IATA expects 0.9% of world GDP to be spent on air transport in ’17

IATA expects 0.9% of world GDP to be spent on air transport in ’17

Consumers benefit from lower real travel costs, more routes, and will spend 0.9% of world GDP on air transport in 2017, an IATA report said.

Seven held as police break up mass brawl by schoolchildren

Seven held as police break up mass brawl by schoolchildren

Two people were taken to hospital and seven arrested after a mass brawl broke out between schoolchildren.

Discarded captain Ramdin under no pressure

Discarded captain Ramdin under no pressure

Former West Indies Test captain Denesh Ramdin yesterday said he is under no pressure particularly with the presence of two other wicket keepers.

Bangladesh top court upholds removal of judge

Bangladesh top court upholds removal of judge

The Supreme Court of Bangladesh yesterday upheld a presidential decision of removing additional judge of the high court ...

Air India denies serving lizard in in-flight meal

Air India denies serving lizard in in-flight meal

Air India on Saturday denied it had served a lizard in one of its in-flight meals ...