Gulf News - 7 May 2015

Table of content - Gulf News (7 May 2015)

UAE offers ‘Hope’ in study of red planet
UAE and EU sign visa waiver accord
Pressure on Saleh to dump Al Houthis
Crash pilot had rehearsed descent
Payback time as Britain goes to the polls today
600 authors to attend Abu Dhabi book fair
Hassle-free travel for Emiratis to Europe
New regulations
Visa waiver a great diplomatic success
Awareness essential to combat child abuse
Cases handled by the Child Protection Department
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Inmate denies arson attempt at Central Jail
Reckless driver held after hot pursuit on highway
Dubai Police help foil 5 drug smuggling bids
Police rescue two-year-old locked in car
9-month trial of electric bus begins
Project to rename Dubai’s streets continues as planned
UAE renews commitment to restoring stability in Yemen
Think Science
Students devise method to charge phones using strollers
600 authors to attend Abu Dhabi book fair
Parents’ feedback sought on education
World of books
Jawaher launches Big Heart Foundation
Residents donate generously for Nepal
Miles donated
Probe represents hope for millions of young Arabs, Mohammad says
UAE revives pioneering spirit of Arabs
New era
Reaching for the stars ... in ‘Hope’
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Sultan honours winners of Arab Family Awards
Partnership formed to promote UAE heritage
Range of new services at Abu Dhabi airports soon
Now explore heritage sites on Dubai360
New online features unveiled
Pressure mounts on Saleh to dump Al Houthis
Obama may push for Gulf missile system
Fierce clashes in Aden leave 80 dead
Kerry to discuss halt in raids for aid efforts
Building bloc
Largest graduation held in Qatar
Bahraini women’s media role lauded
Father on trial over torture of daughter
New Oman mining law set to boost revenue
Egypt policeman killed in clashes with Mursi supporters
Obama meets Iraqi Kurdish leader
Sudan fires at ‘bright target’ over Khartoum
Al Assad says war not lost
Police acquitted in Palestinian shooting case
Israeli lecturer tells student ‘to go back to Ethiopia’
Silent witness to assault
Israeli force to counter women Murabiteen
Nasrallah’s fall from grace ‘his own making’
Al Assad says losing battles does not mean the war is lost
France admits giving weapons to rebels
Hezbollah attacks Al Nusra leaders on Syria border
US approves new ferry service to Cuba
Report: 30,000 flee homes every day
Macedonia protest
Woman seeks rescue from boyfriend with a pizza order
One killed, 30 hurt in Germany tornado
Oil money key issue in Alberta poll
Europe, devolution to dominate the next parliament
15%
Payback for years of broken promises
Power is a poisoned chalice for Liberal Democrats leader Clegg
‘Chillaxing’ Cameron fights for political survival
Constituencies to watch out for
The commuters, the Commons and a dose of current affairs
If poll proves inconclusive, calling another not easy
Nerdy Miliband steps up his game
Final touches
Farage’s Ukip is growing, but it’s just not big enough
‘Queen of Scots’ Sturgeon could find herself kingmaker
Four killed in Java landslide
Death verdict for Afghan mob killers
Six more bodies found in trafficking probe
Engineers inspect homes in Kathmandu
Police in China gun down man seeking aid for family
More than 200,000 people are killed on China’s notoriously dangerous roads every year, the World Health Organisation said yesterday — at least four times official government statistics. Writing in the government-published China Daily newspaper, the WHO’s
Expat may be deported over Facebook insults
Manila and Tokyo hold joint anti-piracy drills
Senators set to begin Bangsamoro Law debate
US envoy criticises crackdown on NGOs
Cheating police officer draws fire
Kerala clears plan for special needs schools
Kidnappers release Bihar doctor, wife after six days
Transport workers’ strike hits life in Telangana, Andhra
Karate brigade
Actor on hunger strike taken to hospital
Court blocks arrest of AAP lawmaker
House approves Bangladesh border bill
Delhi Metro plans Wi-Fi aboard trains
23 organs harvested in a day at hospital
Leopard cub killed in road accident
Vikas Yadav’s parole extension plea rejected
Sonia hits out at Modi government
Delhi, Paris pledge to wrap up jet deal
Australia announces A$24m aid package
Senators discuss water crisis
PTI resolution condemns Hussain speech
Ruling party to challenge order on Lahore polls
Maldives president on two-day visit
Flight 9525 co-pilot practised descent
Obesity crisis looms large, UN agency says
Rolex issues slap on wrist for Italy premier
4 held in raids on anti-Muslim group
Oil money the key issue as Canada’s Alberta votes left
Lawmakers praise Obama nominee
Fingerprint ruse exposes fugitive
Venezuelan president’s bout with mango inspires game
Thousands of refugees flee Burundi violence
Greens Party leader resigns unexpectedly
East African ministers arrive to cool tensions
‘Poverty porn’ film creates controversy
Love, peace and a bit of jazz music
Obama must reassure GCC over Iran deal
For once, doing nothing might be a good thing
“The UK appears to be undergoing a seismic shift in loyalty towards SNP following last year’s referendum.”
“No subject is more sensitive to most Lebanese than the Taif Accords that sealed the 1975-1990 civil war.”
Social media users take to Twitter and Facebook to discuss Salman Khan’s court outcome with #SalmanVerdict.
Lebanese history comes alive at The Hague
GCC looks ahead to rebuilding Yemen
Dubai sets an example for others to follow
Khan verdict a case of too little, too late
UK election remains on a knife-edge
The art of writing books and losing friends
Will the Muslim vote reshape UK politics?
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Germany, the Green Superpower
Israel’s concept of democracy flawed
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Insomniacs — Are they too sensitive or just wimps?
Today’s art market hides masterpieces
Humanitarian situation in Yemen in focus
More Al Burj radars needed
What does it mean?
Banks resolve consumer concerns
Stop littering — keep public spaces clean
Penalties
India paves way for national sales tax
Wall Street feels the heat
Schengen states hope for UAE tourist boost
Greece repays IMF, bigger debt due
$3.76b
DWC to have six hotels by 2019
Hotel guests focus on energy use
Inaugural Dubai Week in China set to launch in Beijing
Slip in luxury home prices has benefits
Samsung smartphone sales to get a boost
UAE to boost Sudan investments
Beijing engages with Sharjah to boost trade
Mobile video calling around since 2010
Wait and watch
New Arabtec chief may calm concerns
Bank of Sharjah net profit grows 8%
Hotel guests pay attention to energy use
Smart service to guide airport travellers
Movenpick to strengthen presence in region
20%
Dh5.7m
Aircraft delivery delays hit Qatar Airways 2014-15 profit
Sharjah eyes halal, family tourism hub status
More carriers to follow Doha airline to RAK
70%
Six hotels worth Dh1b plan to call DWC home by 2019
Marriott aims to boost UAE presence
Demand not outpacing room supply in region
More than 1m potential buyers priced out of UK home market
3.8m
20%
Cayan Group fast-tracks next round of sales
Omniyat’s The Binary goes over finish line
Logistics firm adds Ras Al Khor facility
2.5m
Realty Check
An imperial sort of management unravels
A solution to Arab media’s needs
UK politicians cling to austerity
Austerity and growth across nations
The Greek exception
Austerity in the UK
Saudi realty tax could boost stocks
Indian stocks slump as sell-off continues
Gold down as US yields offset weak dollar
90%
$2.2b
Dubai index stages smart recovery, snaps losing streak
Tabreed seeks nod for Dh1b bond buyback
Saudi shipper Bahri hopes to issue sukuk
Adnoc adds Upper Zakum delivery point
HSBC may move investment unit out of UK to boost profit
Bank’s return to be win-win for China
Barclays gets Asian equities unit back on track
Fans sue Pacquiao
Younis the team man
Sevilla in line for final
Second Test
Gayle-storm hits Kings XI as RCB win by 138 runs
Rayudu: Pressure brings best out of me
Hogg’s energy level is indeed amazing
Royals look to extend their winning touch
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RCB vs KP
Strauss set to be England’s new director of cricket
Woods sleepless ahead of Sawgrass event
Campbell excited about Pakistan tour
Murray in rapid Munich to Madrid turnaround
Bravo’s presence calmed me down, Blackwood says
Derby hopefuls on trial in Chester Vase
Al Ain sweep Naft Tehran aside 3-0
‘Lack of facilities hinders women’
Khalil repays Olaroiu for keeping faith in him
Abu Dhabi maintain second spot
Trip To Paris lifts Chester Cup
‘Defrauded’ fans sue Pacquiao CLASS-ACTION LAWSUIT LAUNCHED IN A BID TO RECLAIM TICKET AND PAY-PER-VIEW COSTS
Sports lawyers say fans may have a case
UAE shut down 144 illegal streams of fight
Mayweather keen on rematch
Patience will be key to Real comeback, Ancelotti says
Juventus show they belong with the elite
Tevez proves his quality with inspiring show
Benitez eyes another European final
Europa League 2014-15
Ex-Portsmouth owner loses case
Holders Western Sydney crash out in group stage
Coloccini issues Newcastle rallying cry
McCarthy robbed at the barber’s shop
Sturridge positive after hip surgery
Mourinho agrees new Chelsea deal
Wolff back in the hunt, but waiting for chance to pounce
Defence makes the difference as Hawks level play-off series
Rampant Cardinals march over Cubs
What has gone wrong for Nico?
Watertight Blackhawks on brink of progress
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NHL
Deepika gets candid about ‘Piku’
Beatles did not spark revolution
Thirteen years after Bollywood star Salman Khan drunkenly drove over five people, killing one, the verdict is out. But what does this mean for his empire?
‘Sylvia’ inspired by murder case
»Different strokes
Sam Smith sees specialist for voice
»A smashing cause
The Who are back
Martin to join ‘Civil War’ cast
Battery case dropped
»‘Wedding Singer’ star dies
Chanel’s homage to South Korea
Mariah to sing at Billboard awards
Queen meets Charlotte
»Macy’s goes budget-friendly
»‘Satisfaction’ guaranteed
Lines of justice
Noel goes for eclectic feel on new album
Phil Rudd has no contact with band
Fans push to preserve Jim Morrison’s home
‘Rajathandhiram’ team reunites
Mani visited hospital for routine check-up
Kunchacko Boban plays three roles
Dubai’s Altas Ali directs first film
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