Gulf News - 25 Oct 2014

Table of content - Gulf News (25 Oct 2014)

A glimpse into UAE’S rich heritage
Queen’s Twitter debut
29 soldiers killed in Sinai attacks
Change of heart revolutionised
UAE rejects rights report based on small sample
Amit Shah: Man with a tainted past
Superstar Rajinikanth to shoot in the UAE
Abdul Jabbar: Standing tall
Mass Ebola vaccines
Traffic diversion
UK shuns EU payout
Watch for
Quote hanger
$ 20,000,000,000
This week
Shaikh Zayed Road traffic diversions take effect today
Can you cope without the internet?
Boat snags cause 42% of emergencies at sea
Rid the habit
Sea rescues
Things less ordinary
Bangladesh PM’S UAE visit seeks to galvanise relations
Safe driving campaign concludes
Stamps still finding seal of approval
UAE counters findings of Human Rights Watch report
Commemorative pieces
Emirati’s love affair with stamps spans 44 years
New initiatives
Yemen to enforce ban on motorcycles
Bahrain slams pre- election attacks
Bid to combat militant propaganda
Two Saudi Arabia consulate cars set alight in Suez
Bahraini inmates tie knot in jailhouse weddings
Yemeni separatists protest for sovereignty
Saudi oil supply drop not a cutback
Turkey will allow Syrian fighters to enter Kobani
Palestine defies US, issues statehood ultimatum
Daesh ‘ used chlorine gas against Iraqi forces’
‘ The richest terrorists’
Sinjar forces kill 35 militants in Yazidi area
Suspect envelopes sent to missions
We face same threats, Egypt tells Algeria
Racist mentality takes hold in Israel
A general’s story on Mosul’s fall
Denmark tries soft- handed approach to returned fighters
Discontent opens a door to the past
Six killed as troops clash with militants
Pakistan and Iran trade fire on border
Canada plans legislation soon hoping to pre- empt threat of terrorism
Australian doctors transplant ‘ dead’ hearts
WHO eyes Ebola vaccine by mid- 2015
Himalayan trail’s perils
The ‘ heart in a box’ solution
Fighting Ebola
Of virtue, vice and a Vatican priest
Protesters plan straw poll on proposals
Bangladesh war criminal Azam dead
Ahmadzai — Man in a big hurry
Tracking spending on climate change
Man crawls through jungles after crash
Ahmadzai and Abdullah — A formidable combination
Insurgents kill 5 in attack, 2 injured
Singapore’s Tan takes walk on the wild side
US to pay for coral reef damage
Bus crash kills 14, including three foreigners
China peace cannot come at the cost of honour— Rajnath
Gone with the fire
‘Paan’ seller shocked by Rs1.32b bill
NCP backs BJP to shield its leaders— observers
‘India has never violated ceasefire with Pakistan’
Pushing bank accounts for the poor
Banking matters
Bomb threat to AI flight sparks alert
Keralite loses life over movie star worship
Northeast monsoon brings rainfall to south
Modi likely to visit Fiji on November 19
Google marks one month of Mars mission
Dengue spreads as Lucknow reports 50 cases
Benazir’s son attempts to walk in her footsteps
Real estate tycoon donates Rs50m to Edhi
Three more polio cases detected
New ‘ kid’ on the block
India offer
Of virtue, vice and a Vatican priest
Russia still has troops in Ukraine — Nato
UN says 824,000 displaced by Ukraine conflict
Furious Cameron refuses to pay bill
Five year olds learn to compute
Search for mystery subs called off
Mexico governor steps down over students’ disappearance
Policemen’s attacker had ‘ extremist leanings’
Venezuela clamps down on hoarders
Plan to erase Cape Town’s apartheid past
Magpies at the ‘ beak’ of their power in spring
Boko Haram abducts scores of women
3.74 2.3 300,000
Life... and death on the Himalayan trail
Canada’s resolve is unshaken
Britain’s expanding political landscape
“What worries Chinese strategists is that India may shun its strategic autonomy and ally with the US.”
“Zionism is a dying ideology and the upcoming generation does not care about archaic concepts.”
Save an animal promotes pet adoption by featuring six furry friends in need of a good home.
India border issue a Chinese bargaining chip
Iraq PM fails to steer clear of sectarian past
Dubai’s traffic congestion needs urgent attention
Himalayan treks must not flout safety measures
Racist mentality taking hold in Tel Aviv
A carrot and stick approach towards Israel
Cheryl Rao
What’s cooking?
Palin’s sun has begun to set in Alaska
The fuzzy logic surrounding Ebola control
Of mind craft and machinations
Not a good plan!
Don’t check valuables
Forever Friends
Bad experience with airlines
This needs to change!
What does it mean?
Aysha’s Kittens
I love my uniform
Could make a change
Avoiding collisions
A good plan
Stiff fines elsewhere, too!
Save an animal
A fenced- in tram?
France and Italy clash with Germany over debt discipline
Microsoft exceeds estimates as Nadella advances revamp plan
Fuel smuggling drains Indonesia
UK growth eases amid euro- area slowdown
ECB to fail 25 lenders in review, draft shows
Merchants key to ebay thriving
Steady week seen on bourses
The windfall Daimler expects from selling a 4 per cent stake in Tesla Motors Inc.
Stronger indoor coverage for 4G from January
Stronger indoor coverage for 4G to be rolled out in January
Aabar seeks hefty premium for RHB stake
Region’s CFOS confident of outlook
Saudi oil supply drop ‘ not export cutback’
Telcos prepare for future with increased bandwidth availability
$ 22b
Egypt eyes growth, mulls $ 1.5b foreign bond
Iraq’s oil exports rise despite unrest
Positive indicators
Fuel smugglers draining Indonesia’s economy
Major nations absent at China bank launch
Complex system of illegal acts
Duracell to become stand- alone
Truck maker Volvo profits rise
Toyota sells Tesla Motor shares
India pushes bank accounts for the poor
Merchants the key to ebay thriving
India sticks to objections to WTO deal
South Korea growth picks up
Asia economic growth to languish as China slows
Crux of argument
A little courtesy can go a long way
Finding the Gulf’s socially aware entrepreneurs
Making sure the skilled remain on board to contribute their share
Managing the work- life dynamic
Judging process to be fair, consistent
SME summit to open in Dubai
Owners work to keep their staffers
Small Talk
Individuals must take onus of data sharing
The only rule in merger plays is flexibility
Crude oil prices are likely to overcorrect
Worldly Wise
Getting back into the rat race
Structured notes surge on India bull run
Metal slips, poised for loss on strong data
Shangri- La Asia to raise up to $ 674m in rights offer
UAE markets head into stable week
Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair named ‘ Innovator of the Year’
Al Habtoor is to be honoured in US event
Pure Gold Jewellers marks 25th anniversary
Crowne Plaza’s Spice Island clocks 17 years
Etihad Airways named ‘ Employer of the Year’
ADIB again named ‘ Best Islamic Bank in the UAE’
Union National Bank bags five Stevies
Al Tamimi & Company wins five awards
Adnoc conducts conference in Abu Dhabi
Jumeirah Group names vice- president
Hyundai UAE
Rosewood Abu Dhabi
Pakistan take control
El Clasico
‘ Sachin knows his football’
An allure called Eden Gardens
Intelligent fans make Eden Gardens special
Pakistan take charge after Warner’s century
Amla ton sees Proteas wrap up series
Debutant thrilled by idol’s tweet
Bangladesh seek first victory of 2014
Al Jazira manager flays team’s ‘ imperfect’ display
Emirates pin down top bowling spot
Azzam first to the equator
Mena Tour players target Dubai Open
Which centre stands the tallest?
Hall of fame
10 facts
Weak Liverpool defence gives Rodgers a red face
Battle of the coaches as Mourinho- Van Gaal set to clash
Hart confident despite City’s midweek stumble
Arsenal trying to get back on track
Police to investigate Balotelli behaviour
Barca face a Real fight in El Clasico ANCELOTTI HAS MANY OPTIONS TO REPLACE BALE
Mathieu hopes to win over doubters
French Ligue 1
Spanish La Liga
English Premier League
Italian Serie A
German Bundesliga
Pogba extends Juventus deal
Serbia awarded win for aborted Albania match
Qatar defeat North Korea to win title
Pires ‘ punched on the face’ at ISL match
‘ Sachin knows his football very well’
Lamela’s ‘ rabona’ helps Spurs thrash Asteras Tripolis
Wanderers target fairytale Asian title
Double celebration for watching Serena
Dubai runners in action across the globe
Nash may have played last NBA game
PGA chief brands Poulter a ‘ lil girl’
Japan to be Super Rugby’s 18th team
Folau voted as Australia’s best player
Johnson back to haunt Boston
Manning proves his class again
Nadal won’t play in next week’s event
Murray finds rhythm in win over Fognini
Federer rallies to defeat Istomin
Locked in Paris
Rajinikanth to shoot in Dubai, Abu Dhabi
Edward Pressman ( left) and Rachid Bouchareb were awarded for their outstanding contribution to films
A journey of self- discovery
Ali Mustafa with the lead actors of his film
Knightley made her West End debut in 2009 in Keira to make Broadway debut
Halle Berry launches lingerie line
Chris Brown has learnt his lesson
Sam Smith, 5SOS, to perform at AMAS
Iggy Azalea, up for Logo TV awards
Rajinikanth to shoot in the UAE
Veteran Tamil actor S. S. Rajendran dead
Mints Dh9.2m on day of release
Big B’s followers on Twitter reach 11m
A medley of innovations
Experience the working of Hansgrohe’s Waterdream
Silk Leaf holds promise to reduce the design and build industry’s carbon footprint
These colourful floors are courtesy Bolon’s collaboration with Missoni
Super Granny to your rescue
Ignorance is bliss
Improve your focus for a better vision
The V at Hotel Vernet is famous for its modern take on French classics
A delicate Dancing Leaves installation welcomes you to The Peninsula
FRAME offers a fusion of French and Californian cuisine
Colette delivers exactly what it promises on its show windows — from the catwalks to you
The Christian Lacroix boutique in Saint Sulpice is home to their menswear and home lines
A closeup of the rails at Pont des Arts chock- a- block with locks heavy of loves promises
For the love of theatre
Cate, James and Debbie Gaddas
Tony and Claudia Lalau
Kevin and Fiona Marriott, and Chris Gaddas
Marleen Nuyts and Rita Bufton
Niku Sharei and Nadia Parekh
Geoff and Martha Harrison
Zee Cinema at 21.00

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