Gulf News - 31 Jul 2014

Table of content - Gulf News (31 Jul 2014)

Cancer warning
Carnage at UN school after Israeli shelling
More than 150 feared dead as landslide buries India village
Deadly violence
Tracking donations to charity
Oil firms feel pain of sanctions
La Roux is back with new album
Fears rise over Ebola spread
CIA torture is rights abuse and a war crime
Mobile app developers flourish in the UAE
Uighur group says 100 killed in China
A brief history of uprising
What the fight is all about
Uighur academic charged
Mild tremors hit country following earthquake in Iran
No fence tall enough for jaywalkers
Police seize 18.5kg of hashish from visitor
Tracking the trail of donations step by step
Journey of the dirham
Jail for misusing a lost Emirates ID card
Secretary teaches molester a painful lesson
Farmer gets four years in jail for smuggling poppy seeds
Worker gets 3 months for groping woman
Man gets jail term for bid to steal Dh6,000
UAE donates Dh373m for research centre
Palestinian children receive clothes for Eid
Syria drops barrel bombs on civilians in defiance of UN
Islamist group seizes Benghazi army base
Funds allocated to Iraqis displaced by Isil
Three killed in bomb blast in van
Keralite nurses to be evacuated via Tunisia
Another 11 police officers arrested
Why do we love Jon Stewart?
Supporters of Israel criticise Kerry despite blind US loyalty
Palestinians in 1948 areas punished for their views
Knesset member banned for stance
Civilians continue to die as Israel shells UN school again
Farah_ Gazan’s live tweets go viral
Israel refuses to air list of killed children
Fears grow of Ebola spreading to Europe
Last surviving crew member of US plane that bombed Hiroshima dies
Black cat? No thanks, they look bad in selfies
NewYorkmulls law for impersonators
Khmer Rouge tribunal clears the way for genocide trial
North Korea fires four short- range ‘ projectiles’
Power grab plot dismissed
‘ Choco Pie’ balloons launched into North
Japan college evicts students over drinking
Airline bans shark fin from cargo flights
Hostages’ release sparks hope for talks
Hill collapses on sleeping villagers
Bharti Airtel advertisement content seen as ‘ retrograde’
Ten jailed over fire that killed 94 pupils
Woman killed for asking for her money
Trooper loses ear over bushy moustache
Parliament agenda disrupted over bugging allegations
Speaker to rule on Leader of Opposition soon
MPs fall ill after eating ‘ stale food’ in canteen
Rahul ‘ stopped Sonia from becoming PM in 2004’
UPSC row crops up again in Rajya Sabha
Self- attestation of documents introduced
Convicted Modi ally granted bail
12 injured in acid attack in Balochistan
Militants raid army post near border
Troops deployment ‘ a big mistake’
Flying high
Afghan envoy summoned over cross- border attack
Fighting halts MH17 investigations
Health worker jailed over theft of £ 642,000
Parties compete on immigration issue
Britain to test driverless cars from next year
Two former Murdoch journalists charged
Review finds FBI forensic errors
New York mulls law for impersonators
Body of stowaway found on US military jet
Nigeria begins long- awaited battle of ideas against Boko Haram militants
34 die in stampede at rap concert
Paramount apologises for film poster gaffe
Girls to sue British Airways over alleged abuse by pilot
Suicide bombers strike at two mosques, kill six
Five fruit and vegetables a day will do just fine, research says
CIA torture tactic is not a PR issue
Democracy must fight back against autocrats
“As Hillary prepares to run for president, she will hope Americans remember the Clinton years.”
“To say Isil is even more enigmatic than its alleged predecessor, the Al Qaida, is an understatement.”
Why the Ebrahim ‘ Caliphate’ is a dud
Fresh EU sanctions on Russia a timely move
Time for Obama to call Netanyahu’s bluff
Doctor’s death highlights grave danger of Ebola
Boycotts can raise price of Israel’s impunity
Retribution and its softer face
Anti- Tel Aviv sentiment in US gaining ground
Kevin Martin
Yearning for the Clinton days
There is no escaping racism in India
Taking collectors to task is not the answer
Why do we love Jon Stewart?
‘ People under siege, with nothing to lose’
Gaza’s natural reserves a key factor
What does it mean?
Readers raise their concerns with banks
Overloaded trucks a danger to other vehicles and pedestrians
US economy bounces back strongly
Amazon steps up to challenge with $ 2b India investment
Argentine debt talks go down to the wire
Airbus core profit up, studies stake sale
Fed cuts bond purchasing to $ 25b, rates to remain low
Oil sector loses faith with Libya
Designer touch for hotels
Dubai hotel boom has designer touch
Boost intelligence sharing, says aviation industry
Airbus won’t deliver all backlog A380s
Alitalia to present proposal to Etihad
Need more pilots, Boeing predicts
Tata’s Mistry plans $ 35b expansion
Nintendo reports loss on shaky Wii U sales
Investment banking hits Barclays profits
Thai firms can fund overseas projects
China’s Huawei, Lenovo lead smartphone growth
A landlord rents office space, and maybe a picture or two
Up for sale: London’s Gherkin for
Real estate veteran returns to rentals
China’s investors go on global buying spree
App developers thrive in the UAE
Women making great progress in male- dominated IT sector
Key to success for app developers
The best way to tackle urban
In Theory
Full steam ahead for Gulf’s rail link
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Heat builds up in the solar industry
Not a good idea to put all your funds into US equities
Worldly wise
Oil market losing faith in Libya’s ability to ramp crude
Sony to delist shares from London Stock Exchange on dwindling trading volumes
Total stops buying Novatek shares
SocGen set to delay debut bond sale
Twitter surges as user numbers grow
Indian rupee rebounds on inflows
Australia rules out putting more pressure on Russia
Russia’s alarm grows as sanctions pile up
Putin, oil majors to feel the squeeze
Measures target Russia’s ability to tap oil reserves
Gremio task for Scolari after World Cup embarrassment
Lisicki makes history with fastest ever serve on WTA Tour
Jacques Kallis
Newbury to host Arabian Races
Cavalryman heads Godolphin trio in staying test
At Goodwood, England
Aziz inspires Tigers to victory over Wings XI
Third Test, day 4
Australians upstaged in pool, Jamaica reign on track
Squash star David suffers first Glasgow defeat
Weir off to a flier as Indian wrestlers find silver lining
India face crucial South Africa showdown
Bolt denies criticising Glasgow event
Scolari makes quick return to coaching
Emirates’ deal with Benfica takes off
Tevez’s kidnapped father released, ransom paid
Capello says he’s staying on as Russia coach
Trezeguet signs up to play in Indian Super League
Hull City poised to make European debut today
McIlroy not one to rest on his laurels
Round- up
Betham replaces Speight in Wallabies squad
Chicago White Sox pound Tigers 11- 4
Peterson gets five- year, $ 70m deal
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Will Haider anger India’s censors?
Girl on fire
Bieber’s blooming awful?
All about being human at Eid
Kajol next in Ajay film
Shabana remembers Farooque
Ravi’s new role
Mehra’s three- film deal
Mahesh Bhatt warns over fake Facebook
Tweeps’ greetings
Sunil Grover back with his drag act on TV show
Adnan Sami:
Shabana Azmi:
‘ Lucy’ is a box office brainiac
» Minaj’s snake issue
ABieber rivalry blooms in Ibiza
George hints at Wham reunion
Ed Sheeran won’t move to the US
Aretha eyes fair treats
Adele holidays in Spain before album release
Van Morrison plays concert near Belfast
Stairway revisited
Jamie Fox to play Mike Tyson in biopic?
TV series moving production from Israel to New Mexico
Heart failed Garner
Lawyers want out of sex- abuse case
» Lady ‘ pay’ Day
‘ Fargo’ star Hanks’ True Detective dilemma
Legal action begins for ‘ Superstar’
Karthik’s back with cool thrills
Dileep’s common man avatar in Joshiy film
Lakshmi perfects a balancing act
Vidyut’s ‘ Anjaan’ hopes
Aadarsh loves villainy
Hop on for laughs
» Dandy duo
Returns with ‘ Trouble in Paradise’
‘ Trouble in Paradise’
Bollywood’s ‘ may stir up controversy
The long- awaited boutique from the reclusive British designer opens today at Souk Madinat Jumeirah. In the 25 years that she’s been designing her namesake brand, Guinness has remained true to her use of black, white and red in her signature pieces with a
Abu Dhabi residents who can’t make the trek over to Dubai’s Fortnum & Mason, fret not: A glam UK tea brand has set up shop at Podium One, Avenue at Etihad Towers. Cast your mind back to history classes, and the name may ring a bell: Yes, it’s apparently t
The multi- brand fashion boutique is spreading its wings this month with a popup shop at Emirates Towers, showcasing picks for autumnwinter 2014 until November. We love this collab between Saudi label Baraboux and UK handbag doyenne Anya Hindmarch ( top),
Sick of samey IT bags? Don’t want to talk to people on the Metro? We’ve got just the thing. Meet Madballs, the new bag by British designer Jeremy Scott for French label Longchamp. It’s twisted in more ways than one — it’s from the Pliage collection, meani
Winners find success, but not stardom
A fun family outing
Vegans unite By Abdel Krim- Kallouche
OSN Movies HD at 22.00 Clark
White wins the queen
How should declarer go after his tricks?

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