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Hurting Madrid refuse to throw in the towel, says Zidane

Hurting Madrid refuse to throw in the towel, says Zidane

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane accepted responsibility for a bruising 3-0 El Clasico defeat yesterday that left the European champions 14 points adrift of Barcelona at the top of La Liga.

Intermittent rains cripple life across Bangladesh

Intermittent rains cripple life across Bangladesh

Incessant rains across Bangladesh since Thursday night, triggered by depression in the Bay of Bengal, have brought life to a standstill in the capital Dhaka and most parts of the country.

Shapovalov hopes to give Canadian tennis a boost

Shapovalov hopes to give Canadian tennis a boost

Eighteen-year-old Denis Shapovalov wants his hockey-loving country of Canada to embrace tennis and hopes that after his star-making run at the US Open, youngsters there will think twice before getting on the ice.

Long bank queues in India? Startup has a solution

Long bank queues in India? Startup has a solution

Long queues snaking outside banks have become an ubiquitous sight in India two weeks after the government's shock decision to withdraw the two highest denomination notes from circulation.

QSL second round kicks off with focus on Arabi vs Jaish

QSL second round kicks off with focus on Arabi vs Jaish

We have a team of stars because we want to bring the local and foreign players in the same level. As a coach I think all the players are important: Arabi coach Pelusso

'Game of Thrones' stuns fans with season six reveal

'Game of Thrones' stuns fans with season six reveal

Hit fantasy TV show ‘Game of Thrones’ returned for its season six premiere Sunday appearing to answer to one of the most hotly debated questions in modern television history: ‘Is Jon Snow dead?’

Blood donation campaign

Blood donation campaign

The Public Prosecution yesterday organised a blood donation campaign as part of its activities to celebrate Qatar National Sport Day.

Calmer Raonic rocks Wawrinka to reach quarters

Calmer Raonic rocks Wawrinka to reach quarters

Milos Raonic struck a blow for the next generation of men’s tennis by flooring former champion Stan Wawrinka yesterday before China’s Zhang Shuai became the first qualifier to reach the Australian Open quarter-finals in more than 20 years.

Bulls’ Rose to be out for two weeks after surgery

Bulls’ Rose to be out for two weeks after surgery

Former All-Star point guard Derrick Rose of the Chicago Bulls is expected to be sidelined for two weeks after having surgery on Wednesday to repair a facial fracture, ....

Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy board meets

Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy board meets

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani yesterday chaired the third meeting of the board of the Supreme Committee...

HSBC says tech firms may face more curbs on banking services

HSBC says tech firms may face more curbs on banking services

Regulators are looking more closely at whether technology companies that provide financial services should be supervised more heavily like banks.

Asia ‘drives global energy demand’

Asia ‘drives global energy demand’

Asia remains the driver for global energy demand due to its robust economic growth and increasing population, said HE the Minister of Energy and Industry, Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada.