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Saving America from Trump’s tax reform

Saving America from Trump’s tax reform

US President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans had an opportunity – and a responsibility – to reform the US tax code to address three major economic challenges: slowing growth, rising inequality, and a looming fiscal crisis.

New virtual ID aims to secure Aadhaar data

New virtual ID aims to secure Aadhaar data

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) yesterday announced a new two-layer system to strengthen security of Aadhaar number holders which would do away with the need to share the unique ID for verification purposes.

Abuses could intensify under martial law: UN

Abuses could intensify under martial law: UN

A Muslim indigenous community in the southern Philippines has suffered widespread human right abuses that could intensify with President Rodrigo Duterte’s extension of martial law there, UN-appointed experts said.

Vietnam jails 15 for foiled airport 'terror' attack

Vietnam jails 15 for foiled airport 'terror' attack

Vietnam jailed 15 people on Wednesday for a foiled terrorism plot to detonate petrol bombs at the country's busiest airport ahead of a national holiday, state media reported.

Fifty One East hosts preview of Bridal Fall 2018 collection

Fifty One East hosts preview of Bridal Fall 2018 collection

Fifty One East welcomed its clientele last week for a three-day exclusive Zuhair Murad Bridal Fall 18 collection preview.

Qatar National Day sends a message to siege countries, says FM

Qatar National Day sends a message to siege countries, says FM

HE Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said celebrating National Day is a unique event, which reflects the keenness of the people of Qatar to commemorate the Founder Sheikh Jassim bin Mohammed bin Thani,

Protests against austerity sweep across Greece

Protests against austerity sweep across Greece

A wave of strikes and street protests swept across Greece yesterday against leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ latest austerity measures in keeping with the country’s third bailout package since 2010.

Commercial Bank customers win 18 luxury yacht trips

Commercial Bank customers win 18 luxury yacht trips

Commercial Bank has announced the winners of the “private yacht experiences” at The Pearl-Qatar as part of the National Day campaign in November.

Palace still have a mountain to climb: Hodgson

Palace still have a mountain to climb: Hodgson

Crystal Palace escaped the Premier League relegation zone for the first time this season with a last-gasp 2-1 home win over Watford on Tuesday but still have a mountain to climb to avoid relegation, according to manager Roy Hodgson.

Save the Dream unites leaders to foster dialogue in Mediterranean

Save the Dream unites leaders to foster dialogue in Mediterranean

Leading figures from the world of sport, international organisations, business and civil society united at the special ‘Sport Nostrum’ Forum, organised by Save the Dream recently

Saudi completes main arrests in anti-graft purge: minister

Saudi completes main arrests in anti-graft purge: minister

Dozens of princes, officials and businessmen were detained last month, about 200 people questioned, and over 2,000 bank accounts frozen in the purge.

India’s stocks are expensive but still beat bonds: Goldman

India’s stocks are expensive but still beat bonds: Goldman

India’s stocks, the most expensive in Asia, might still be a better bet than the country’s bonds heading into next year amid a forecast for earnings growth approaching 20%.