Gulf News - 23 May 2015

Table of content - Gulf News (23 May 2015)

Sea rescue
Saudi mosque attack kills 19 worshippers
France urges push for Syria peace deal
Chennai storm into IPL final
Khalifa orders release of 2 Qataris
Take a summer break in the UAE
Kuwait pays tribute to an icon
Tunisia and US forge new partnership
Delhi Railways turns 150
Dress reflects your attitude
Watch for
The number of operating systems designed to work exclusively with internet connected objects, from cars, watches and toothbrushes. Chinese telecoms group Huawei has launched such an operating system.
This week
News illustrated
Vast field of expertise
5,176 vehicles with bad tyres impounded
Fully equipped to tackle criminals
Technology and protocols on par with the best
NATION
Wild side of town
Special friends change perceptions
Non-invasive surgery snips 3.05kg fibroid
Tumours in the uterus
Advantages over conventional method
Delegation to US highlights innovation push
1,225 tonnes of aid sent to Yemen
UAE champions clean energy at UN forum
Refugees from Yemen languish in squalid camp in Djibouti
Kuwait bids emotional farewell to former parliament speaker
Daesh claims Yemen mosque attack
UAE leaders send condolence cables
Olayan sisters among the richest
Grand Mufti denounces mosque attack
Man sued for ruining ex-wife’s marriage
Daesh makes further gains in Iraq’s Anbar
Exploitation of regional turmoil slammed
Priest seized in city of Homs, NGO says
South Sudan alleges Khartoum role
Palestinians complain to Fifa over detention
Nuclear talks to resume on Tuesday
Cairo intellectual cafe in limbo
25
Displaced Iraqis encounter new dangers in Baghdad
Digital age challenges book censors
Writers turn to internet
5m
Turkish police swoop on Erdogan foes
Gaza’s econ
Future of Cairo’s ‘Café of Intelligentsia’ still up in air
Nomy on verge of collapse, World Bank says
New Mursi trial opens today in Cairo
Cameron launches new campaign for EU reforms
US pushes Myanmar on Rohingya citizenship
Pickpockets shut down Eiffel Tower
Philippines acts
Living on edge in South China Sea
South Korean men hunt for youth elixir
Ex-Korean Air ‘nut rage’ executive freed
China raps Japan over its military history
9%
10%
Living on the edge in South China Sea
China’s island-building projects
100
China’s Basi is older than the average panda
Top authors call for halt to blogger attacks
Papuan rebels declare war on the army
2002
Jayalalitha’s back as chief minister of Tamil Nadu
85 dead in Telangana, AP heatwave
Mamata completes four years in power
47 C
Playing it smart
Quotient, Social Transparency some Win some, lose drivers:
Exorcising the Bofors ghost
Missing big-bang reforms
Spectre of majoritarianism
Kejriwal hits out at federal government’s notification
Blue whales spotted off Sindhudurg coast
Kerala police track suspect to home in UP
Chugging towards another century
Making moves
Three new ministers in Chhattisgarh
Old Age Home couple ties the knot in Assam
Minor girl raped, killed near Hyderabad
Man throws acid on woman, kills himself
Bin Laden wanted to leave compound before US raid
42.7-metre cross in Karachi stands tall
Axact fake accounts under investigation
Baltic states adopt new fight stance
Party vote gives Hollande boost, fends off challengers
Ireland votes in gay marriage referendum
French markets asked to donate unsold food
Ex-British soldier jailed for life
Pickles awarded knighthood
Homes vacated after bomb discovery
Troubling numbers
Hundreds protest police shooting of two
Killer blame game in El Salvador
Colombia air strike kills 18 Farc rebels
No vote of confidence for ANC
Christians attack Nigerian worship sites
Fiji police chief foils armed robbery
Dh66m
Destruction of cultural heritage
103
$500,000
$105m
I got to pay the bills, Bill says
For the Clintons, a question: What to do with Bill?
Shaping the US-Tunisia partnership
Is the ‘American dream’ really dying?
Beji Qaid Al Sebsi
Save an animal: A dog with special needs urgently needs a home with a peaceful, loving and stable environment.
“Without a candidate to challenge lurch to the right, Labour’s debate will be set by media and Blair revivalists.”
“US students joining BDS shows that future leaders are realising the racist nature of the Zionist state.”
Israel’s growing ring of isolation
Al Houthis must accept the reality in Yemen
Stronger US-Cuba ties demand political will
RTA initiative a step in the right direction
Hillary, Jeb, Facebook and disorder
Ups and downs — reactions and no reactions
US Congress must not abdicate its duty
Cheryl Rao
New Labour revival can end with a split
Capturing the dragon and the lion in a photo frame
AS REPORTED BY GULF NEWS
No more late-night jokes
Why send children to school so early?
A peaceful home needed for a dog with special needs
What does it mean?
The journey to a great photo
Customers’ issues raised with firms
A DIRT OAR
Bank of Japan holds fire on stimulus
Eurozone outlook getting brighter — Draghi
Merkel stamps out optimism on Greece after Tsipras talks
0.7%
Dutch hold off on Gulf carriers for now BUSINESS
₣7.2b
Target deferred
$2.5b-$3.5b
Olayan sisters among richest Saudis
Dutch hold off on Gulf carriers for now
US sanctions Iraq airline for alleged link with Iran
Egypt set for $3b LNG purchase tender
Technology key to reviving job markets in Mena
Jordan unveils $18b investment plan
‘Youth bulge’ could be a dividend and a liability
Push for reform
German business morale weakens
Audi plans flagship, electric SUVs
700b
$16b
In figures
Two giants jostle for the limelight
Survey shows low ethics in finance industry
India may miss tax reform deadline
7.8%
HP sells 51% stake in China unit for $2.3b
Modi’s political gamble
Dressing down tends to say a lot about your attitude
Those old contacts can still lend a helping hand
Get recommended
Chinese start-ups getting pricey for angel funds
UAE businesses needn’t copy what works elsewhere
US presidential hopefuls woo small businesses
$2b
$4.2b
In better shape
Small Talk
Finance, development get green infusion
Successful CEOs need not be nice persons
Worldly Wise
Why bother telling it straight?
‘Shale-ionaires’ suffer from wave of bankrupt oil drillers
Japan stock market cap passes 1989 peak
China balance of margin trading soars
7.70%
Logistical difficulties
Stimulus drive
$44
$59.7
India’s Sensex hits five-week high
Dubai index may reach 4,500 soon
Hadef & Partners wins award
Acer wins marketing initiative award
Allianz Global appoints new Dubai CEO
FGB forges alliance with association
Dubai Parks and Resorts starts receiving components of rides
UAE attends ITU anniversary event
Du appoints executive to drive new business agenda
ADIB is ‘Leading Arab Islamic Bank for 2015’
Etisalat Group receives global telecoms award
Al Tamimi & Company wins top law firm award
Veterans key for CSK
Fans’ delight as Pakistan host series
Memorable 12 months for McIlroy
Qualifer 2
Hits and misses at 2015 IPL
Not-so-honourable mentions
Honourable mentions
SAYS NATIONAL TEAM SPOTS NOT CERTAIN FOR ALL
HUGE CROWD AS INTERNATIONAL CRICKET RETURNS TO COUNTRY
Mukhtar guides Pakistan to victory
Day 2, First Test
GUIAO HAILS ATMOSPHERE AFTER UNDERDOGS OVERCOME GLOBALPORT
Quarters
ANFIELD COACH DAMPENS TALK OF A SUMMER EXIT FOR CONTRACT REBEL
Deputy Sports Editor
Italian Serie A
Spanish La Liga
German Bundesliga
French Ligue 1
English Premier League
VERSTAPPEN PRAISED AFTER MAIDEN RUN ON MONTE CARLO STREETS
MLB
NHL
NBA
WORLD NO. 1 WON 7 TITLES IN THE 12 MONTHS FOLLOWING SPLIT FROM WOZNIACKI
Timeline
Aishwarya at the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS benefit at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on Thursday
»The budding celebrity
Jacqueline loves learning new things
»Shikhar to shake a leg
Varun, Alia finalised for ‘Shuddhi’
‘My thinking process starts with my pen’
»Lara speaks out
From left: Willie King, Tanya Deckard, Patty King, Karen Williams, Barbara King Winfree and Rita Washington after a private family viewing of B.B. King ‘Family board’ visit King’s body
»Letterman’s high note
Flavor Flav arrested on six charges in Vegas
Son in Duggar TV family apologises
Lankan immigrant experience wins hearts
A documentary paid homage to the late fashion designer at the 68th Cannes Film Festival
Iranian film makes a splash at Cannes
MacDowell’s regret
»Karlie dazzles
Inside room 331 of the Martinez Hotel (top) Parisian fashion house Elie Saab provides sartorial services to celebrities attending the 68th international film festival. Clothes on display in the room (above)
Simple steps to relieve shoulder pain
Sampatasana
Yoga
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Design Diary
Sonically programmed walls at the Coca-Cola Beatbox created sweet music when touched (top); West Beach Cafe’s humble design offered signs of the designs Asif Khan would go on to create
Katerina Kadnikova and Alina Gilmanova
Radik and Rasoul Masnaveeva
Karina Chubarieva and Polina Jarrett
Nikita Lyakhevich and Mark Vasilyev
Replica of razed Chinese palace stirs up controversy
A couple takes souvenir photos at the ruined Old Summer Palace on the outskirts of Beijing (top). The life-sized replica of the country’s historical attractions (above) has received mixed responses from the government and public.
Visitors take photo of “Crow, Girl, Woman” (top) by Nathan Sawaya (above) posing next to his sculpture “Yellow” presented during the exhibition, “The Art of the Brick”
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White’s best move
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Gem from Turkey
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