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Days of plenty looking shorter, leaner for global LNG market

Days of plenty looking shorter, leaner for global LNG market

The looming glut of liquefied natural gas that’s stifling investment and weighing on prices may not be as big as feared, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

Duterte brushes off disputed waters woes

Duterte brushes off disputed waters woes

President Rodrigo Duterte said yesterday it was pointless discussing Beijing’s contentious activities in the South China Sea at this week’s Southeast Asian summit, and no one dared to pressure China anyway.

Champs The Blue Eye, Gazwan to start wide

Champs The Blue Eye, Gazwan to start wide

Last year’s champions in the two million dollar races will start out wide with both The Blue Eye and Gazwan drawing stall 15 for HH The Emir’s Trophy (Gr1) and HH The Emir’s Sword (Gr1 PA) respectively.

Morocco’s return to AU is a step in the right direction

Morocco’s return to AU is a step in the right direction

The return of Morocco to the African Union is a welcome step at a time when the Middle East and Africa are exposed to increasing pressures due to rapid global changes.

Qatar beauty academy holds graduation ceremony

Qatar beauty academy holds graduation ceremony

Qatar International Beauty Academy (Tajmeel), a Nama institution, recently held its fifth graduation ceremony at the Hamad Bin Khalifa University Student Centre.

 India knows spin friendly pitches needed to beat Proteas: Manjrekar

India knows spin friendly pitches needed to beat Proteas: Manjrekar

Former batsman Sanjay Manjrekar pointed out that the Indian cricket team knows that the only way they can defeat visitors South Africa is by creating a spin friendly pitch.