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Tailoring shops do brisk business ahead of Eid

Tailoring shops in the major commercial streets across Doha have...

Katara virtual competitions as part of Eid al-Fitr celebrations

Katara – The Cultural Village has launched a set of virtual...

Have a safe Eid, urge GCO, health officials

The Government Communications Office (GCO) and senior health...

HMC's Sealine clinic

Sealine clinic all set to welcome Eid-al-Fitr holidays

With the camping season continuing and an increase in the turnout of...

'INS Tarkash' upon its arrival in Mumbai, India.

More Covid relief materials sent from Qatar reach India

A shipment of 232 oxygen cylinders provided by members of the Indian...

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A plant technician installs the final phase of a newly commissioned domestic oxygen plant that will

Fearing India-like Covid collapse, Kenya scrambles for oxygen

At the peak of Kenya’s third wave of Covid-19 in March, hospitals — buckling under the strain of the virus — saw their oxygen reserves fizzle out.

Covid-19 coronavirus patients breathe with the help of medical oxygen outside an emergency ward as t

Nepal reels from coronavirus ‘crisis situation’ as infections soar

Five people suffocated in a Nepal hospital after oxygen ran out this week, just the latest victims of a vicious Covid surge that risks devastating the impoverished country and its ill-equipped healthcare system.

People wait to get a dose of the Covishield Covid-19 coronavirus vaccine at a vaccination centre of

Covid-19 kills more than 4,000 Indians amid clamour for vaccines

India recorded more than 4,000 Covid-19 deaths for a second straight day yesterday as infections stayed below 400,000, and extended the interval between doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine to up to 16 weeks amid a dire shortage of shots in the country.

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Iran former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad registers his candidacy for the post of president, at the

Iran’s Ahmadinejad submits name for presidential poll

Iranian ex-president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad put his name forward...

Palestinians inspect a destroyed vehicle in the aftermath of an Israeli air strike in Gaza City, on

World powers call for de-escalation after clashes

Calls grew yesterday for a de-escalation of violence after intense...

Smoke and flames rise from a tower building as it is destroyed by Israeli air strikes amid a flare-u

US sends envoy as Israel-Gaza barrages spiral; truce calls mount

Israel killed a Hamas commander and vowed no let-up in its Gaza...

Relatives of 16-year-old Palestinian Rashid Abu Arra, who was killed during clashes with Israeli tro

Two Palestinians killed by Israeli army in West Bank: ministry

A Palestinian teenager was killed in clashes with the Israeli army in...

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Police stand guard on a deserted street as the government imposed 10-day lockdown to curb the spread

India’s prized investment grade status is hanging by a thread

India’s devastating Covid-19 crisis is making investors question more than ever whether after years of debt accumulation and patchy progress on reforms, a country touted as a future economic superpower still deserves its ‘investment grade’ status.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk arrives on the red carpet for the automobile awards “Das Goldene Lenkrad” (The g

Bitcoin is still struggling after Musk’s Tesla U-turn

Bitcoin recovered about half of its losses yesterday, a day after plunging 17% when Tesla boss Elon Musk said his company would stop accepting the digital tokens as payment for its cars.

QICCA board member for International Relations Sheikh Dr Thani bin Ali al-Thani and QICCA general co

Qatar seen as leading arbitration hub, says QICCA official

Following a series of milestones amid the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, Qatar is poised to become a leading arbitration hub, according to an official of Qatar International Centre for Conciliation and Arbitration (QICCA).

The London skyline is pictured from Hampstead Heath. Britain’s economy began to recover strongly at

UK economy grows more strongly than expected in March

Britain’s pandemic-battered economy grew more strongly than expected in March as it gathered speed for a bounce-back from its coronavirus slump of 2020, official data showed yesterday.

People walk on a busy 5th Avenue in midtown Manhattan in New York City. US consumer prices increased

US consumer prices post largest gain in nearly 12 years in April

US consumer prices increased by the most in nearly 12 years in April as booming demand amid a reopening economy pushed against supply constraints, which could add fuel to financial market fears of a lengthy period of higher inflation.

Travellers are seen at the Beijing Daxing International Airport on the first day of Labour Day holid

Robust Chinese fuel demand cushioning oil market once again

China’s rapid rebound from the Covid-19 pandemic last year helped pull the global oil market out of its downward spiral and put it on a path to recovery. With the coronavirus once again flaring up across Asia, the region’s biggest economy is acting as a bulwark once again.


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