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Striking the perfect chord with raving songs

Striking the perfect chord with raving songs

Strings, Quratulain Balouch and Ali Sethi recently performed in Doha at PK Music Fest, held at Al Mayasa Auditorium Qatar National Convention Centre.

First Grand Slam tennis event of the year

First Grand Slam tennis event of the year

The holidays are over. And the bests of world’s tennis are already headed Down Under to play at the much awaited and the first Grand Slam tennis event of the year.

A Dog’s Way Home is worth a tail wag

A Dog’s Way Home is worth a tail wag

The Homeward Bound movies of the early ‘90s solidified the family film subgenre of cross-country adventures by lovable, anthropomorphised pets.

New books to look forward to in 2019

New books to look forward to in 2019

Anybody have a New Year’s resolution to read more in 2019?

California can use fire to kill wildfire

California can use fire to kill wildfire

If California wants to get out in front of its wildfire problem, scientists have some clear but counterintuitive advice: Start more forest fires.

Freedom in Islam and democracy

Freedom in Islam and democracy

There is no word that nations have called for, spoken about in length, and desired fervently in their hearts more than freedom.

Health at a price!

Health at a price!

Consumer advocates say that taxpayers pay the real price, as seductive ads persuade doctors and patients alike to order pricey tests and brand-name pills

Poor sleep may predict Alzheimer’s risk in elderly

Poor sleep may predict Alzheimer’s risk in elderly

Poor sleep quality may signal the risk of Alzheimer’s disease in older adults, a study suggests.

Moong dal halwa, an auspicious dessert

Moong dal halwa, an auspicious dessert

Wintertime is a perfect time to enjoy delicacies of all types. First the chilled water bottles go away, then the seasonal vegetables arrive and then comes the full winter season for hot desserts.

Proud to have directed Petta: Karthik Subbaraj

Proud to have directed Petta: Karthik Subbaraj

Filmmaker Karthik Subbaraj, who wears his Rajinikanth fandom on his sleeve, says he is proud to have directed Tamil actioner Petta as a die-hard superstar Rajinikanth fanboy.

Rehabilitating and enhancing wildlife

Rehabilitating and enhancing wildlife

Qatar Natural History Group holds talk on reclamation of Al Karaana Lagoons

Dan Goor promises to write on comedy beat

Dan Goor promises to write on comedy beat

Terry Crews had gotten up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom. He had gone to bed early because he was depressed after having heard nothing about the fate of his Fox comedy series

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