Gulf Times - Naresh-Dhankar
Ex-Indian army officer kills six with iron rod

Ex-Indian army officer kills six with iron rod

A former army lieutenant bludgeoned six people to death with an iron rod Tuesday in a killing spree that sparked panic in a northern Indian city.

HSBC lays out new structure for investment banking unit

HSBC lays out new structure for investment banking unit

HSBC Holdings detailed a new structure for its investment-banking unit to enlarge the scope of the business to encompass its largest corporate clients, four months after it hired Matthew Westerman from Goldman Sachs Group to help lead it.

Indonesia introduces death, chemical castration for paedophiles

Indonesia introduces death, chemical castration for paedophiles

Indonesia's president Wednesday approved tough new punishments for child sex offenders, including a maximum penalty of death and chemical castration, after the brutal gang-rape and murder of a schoolgirl.

Fears raised over Champions League final pitch

Fears raised over Champions League final pitch

A senior UEFA executive on Wednesday raised concerns about the quality of the Champions League final pitch just 10 days ahead of Europe’s biggest club match of the season.

Mena IPO activity dearth extends to 1st quarter: EY

Mena IPO activity dearth extends to 1st quarter: EY

The Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region witnessed only two IPOs raising $615mn in Q1, 2016, representing another quarter with limited IPO activity, according to EY.

Race ruling leaves Kallis ‘embarrassed’ to be South African

Race ruling leaves Kallis ‘embarrassed’ to be South African

Cricketing great Jacques Kallis has said he is “embarrassed” to be South African after the government banned four sports federations from bidding for international tournaments for failing to pick enough black players.

Morris' daredevilry not enough as Lions win exciting clash

Morris' daredevilry not enough as Lions win exciting clash

Gujarat Lions edged out a spirited Delhi Daredevils by one run in a thrilling Indian Premier League (IPL) clash that went right down to the last ball at the Ferozshah Kotla Stadium here yesterday.

Ministry recalls Betrib dining tables

Ministry recalls Betrib dining tables

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC), in collaboration with Home Centre, has announced the recall of Betrib dining tables due to the possibility of the glass top collapsing on account of a manufacturing defect.

Van Gaal denies resignation ahead of FA Cup Derby duel

Van Gaal denies resignation ahead of FA Cup Derby duel

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal thanked executive vice chairman Ed Woodward for his support yesterday as he denied reports he had offered to resign.