Gulf News - 1 Aug 2015

Table of content - Gulf News (1 Aug 2015)

Leaders visit martyr’s home
Israelis burn Palestinian toddler to death
Daesh is no weaker than a year ago
Experts hail Ebola trial vaccine success
60 facts about Disneyland
Family Village gives orphans a new start
Beijing to host 2022 Winter Olympics
Wreckage identified as Boeing 777
Social media is a virtual necessity
Jeremy Corbyn: Labour’s Left turn
How Kamelia’s garden grew
Sugary drinks kill 24,000 Mexicans per year
If you’re young, fat is in the eye of the beholder
Hawksbill turtles make slow comeback FAST FACTS Capturing sea turtles is prohibited
Family Village gives young orphans a fresh start in life
Bangladesh passport conversion on track
‘Aunts’ and ‘fathers’ find the challenge rewarding
Making children feel at home
Social media turns into virtual necessity
Speed, targeting and virality clinching factors
Modhesh keeps up the smiles
Leaders call on martyr’s family, assure full support
Metro ridership tops 88m in six months
Saudisation programme helps women find ways into workplace
Al Houthis continue to lose ground
Standing up to terror
‘Riyadh not a defendant in 9/11 cases’
Oman extends amnesty for illegals
Bahraini body builder aims high
Netanyahu’s government ‘responsible’ for child’s death
Obama urges supporters to counter anti-nuclear deal lobbyists
Turkey-PKK clashes claim five more lives
Erdogan wants early polls if there is no coalition
‘US statements violate agreement’
US-Israel tension: Deep or superficial?
A generation for whom childhood is but a dream
Daesh’s staying power raises questions about US strategy
Mosque crackdown evokes bad memories
Cartoons give Arabs a voice amid turmoil
Satire thrives when regimes become too authoritarian
Malaysia confirms wreckage ‘is from a Boeing 777 plane’
Job cuts spark protests in France
Trial Ebola vaccine could stop virus
You’ve got to get up, stand up: stand up for your waist!
An unsung success story
Love at the speed of 4G
Breaking the glass ceiling up in the sky
Gunmen open fire at Sri Lanka poll rally
US ‘spied on Japanese government, companies’
Protesters vow to escalate action over student suicide
Toll from Nepal landslides climbs to 36
Rains bring contamination fears, floods
Passengers evacuated from burning ferry
Bangladesh, India exchange land
Roxas vows to fight corruption if elected
Historic deal leads to broken families
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Shocked families of two Indian hostages in Libya seek government assistance
Weak terror plan blamed on Congress
Budget for some social welfare sectors raised
To date or to wed?
Lalu’s horse-drawn campaign irks Peta
14-year-old girl to have abortion after court row
PM chokes on rice subsidy reforms
Man tortured minors to cook dog meat
Hospital gives patient animal medicine
Air India plane goes back after ‘rat sighting’
High up in the mountains, an unsung success story
Students rally over missing results
Woman sneaks into India for Salman
Five-year-old girl raped, murdered
4 suspected militants killed in Karachi
Moderate earthquake rocks Sindh
Three murder convicts executed
Progress report
The man who cost Greece billions
UK agrees to help tackle border jumpers
PM’s advisers
Police foil ‘1,000 bids’ to cross Channel
A millennial named Bush
Teen ‘killed baby, went shopping’
Death toll in Mexico truck accident increases to 26
Officer pleads not guilty in black man’s fatal shooting
Obama strikes chord with women
Troops kill 117 Boko Haram men
Zimbabwe seeks lion killer’s extradition
Another surfer punches shark
Suicide bomber blows self up at market
60 facts about Disneyland
Confronting menace to Turkey’s south
Iran deal’s North Korean shadow
Ahmet Davutoglu
“US and Israel are at odds on ways to end the Palestinian/Israeli conflict in a just, peaceful manner.”
“The number of refugees at Calais has grown because the number of refugees in Europe has grown.”
Readers remember former Indian president A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and praise his contributions to the world.
US-Israel tension: Deep or superficial?
Israel’s shameful policies continue
Ukraine remains highly volatile despite truce
Walter Palmer’s actions resonate revulsion
Europe has means to solve migrant crisis
Warring words over water
No, Trump can’t win. And yes, Clinton can
Cheryl Rao
Ray of hope Greece can survive austerity
Quite an elephantine issue to grapple with
Labour’s Left turn
Created ripples in our minds
What does it mean?
The visionary
Commodities, China stocks seek respite
US Senate votes to lift crude export ban
Aussie tourism in time warp
Ireland jails first bankers since the 2008 crisis
Oil steadies on dollar weakness
Selfies dictate fashion trends
Turkey’s biggest bank’s earnings beat estimates
Qatar Airways income $73m, it tells US critics
Gulf passengers could be hit by Australian airport strike
Emiratis offered Dewa scholarships
Aramco aims to get more oil from Ghawar
Is it lights out for Puerto Rico?
Honda profit up nearly 20% to $1.5b despite airbag crisis
3 ex-Tepco officials face nuclear crisis charges
Exxon misses profit forecasts
Christmas comes early as retailers refine strategies
Sharp ‘barely surviving’ as loss rises to $274m
Airbus profit up 34% after fighter unit sale
Uber to invest $1b in India despite bumpy legal ride
Cheaper fuel, cost cuts boost IAG profit
Crocodile Dundee-era hotels hit Australia tourism revival
Swiss central bank suffers $51b loss
German retail sales set 20 year record growth
China urged to balance economic and social risks
Job licences holding back economy, White House says
Market Basket’s beloved, quirky CEO is back
Japan working women numbers at record highs
Red tape ties down land of free markets
Start-ups in spotlight as Hong Kong tech meet looks to tap into Asia
SolarCity to light up SMEs with solar power
Funding Circle first to float own fund
Politics is never far away in chip deals
No definitive cure for India’s public sector banks
Looking good can come with job perks
Selfies dictate fashion trends
Euro stocks subdued while investors ponder global data
Gold set for longest weekly retreat since 1999
US stocks flat on weak wage data
Euro bonds pare gains on surprise jump in inflation
FTSE slips as mining stocks weaken
Copper faces 9% July loss
Asia stocks up on healthy US data, but Shanghai sinks again
India’s Sensex rallies as lenders surge
Family area at Dubai Airports
Egypt tourism body opens office in capital
Emirates Post to offer customer service training
Dewa presented with best practice award by Cisco
DC Aviation Al-Futtaim adds new aircraft
Emirates NBD gets Asian banking award
Etihad raises Dh270,000 for Nepal survivors
Tecom bags ISO certification for service system
Jumeirah Zabeel appoints three new chefs
Habib Bank launches call centre
RakBank announces new credit card
du wins Cannes award
National Bank of Fujairah launches NBF GenNext
Beijing makes history with 2022 Olympics nod
Abbott calls for end to ‘racist’ abuse of Goodes
Beaten Almaty vow to continue development
O’Keefe keeps the pressure on India A
Second day’s play washed out
England wrap up big win in Edgbaston Test
Finn relieved to be back among wickets
Anderson ruled out of fourth Test
Third test
Haifa goes abroad for iron work
Dubai teens make right moves
Young Talent to make 15th UK tour
Horbury, Van Schalwyk win EGF pairs event
Hamdan’s Muthmir gives Hanagan overdue winner
Lady Of Dubai aims to steal show
Why is it never Balotelli anymore?
Ten-man West Ham let Astra Giurgiu back into tie
Olympiakos owner won’t face trial
Newcastle sign Mbemba of DR Congo
Real beat Milan in epic shoot-out
Chiriches joins Napoli from Spurs
Mario’s career
Deila: Champions Celtic are stronger
Brazil’s conditional backing for Zico
Drogba excited by new MLS challenge
Walcott, Cazorla sign new contracts
Football corruption to feature in Mob Museum
Williams: The success of South Africa’s Rainbow Nation was only temporary
‘Only Springboks can beat New Zealand’
Bihar declares ‘Manjhi’ tax-free
Devgn, Bazmee to team up again
Genelia proud of Riteish in ‘Bangistan’
»Vasundhara Komkali dead
Judge keeps Shelton-Lambert case private
»Lupita’s date with theatre
Robert Rodriguez is Demi Lovato’s fan
Cara Delevingne tweets on interview
Natalie Imbruglia in concert
Paul Simon joins U2 as special guest
Headliners set for iHeartRadio Festival
DiCaprio filming in Tierra del Fuego
»U2 tour special on HBO
Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn at an ‘Irrational Man’ screening
Celebs weigh in on US-Iran nuclear deal
Guy Ritchie marries Jacqui Ainsley
Reitman: Only one new ‘Ghostbusters’
»Mariah turns director
»More ‘True Detective’
Cobain family’s plea for privacy, closure
Dr Dre to release new album soon
Rock on Hulk: ‘We’ve all talked trash’
Stunners by Gaurav Gupta
Sania Mirza all set to dazzle at IIJW
Indian women are beautiful, says Kareena
Freshly baked focaccia with rosemary and black olives
Find the strength and flexibility to combat arthritis
An ode to Vientiane
Bryce Dallas Howard (left) and Chris Pratt in a scene from ‘Jurassic World’
Tala Alamuddin (top left) and Amal Clooney (top right); and Pippa Middleton and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
Kamelia Bin Zaal, at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show; and and her ancient Arabic Spice Route-inspired creation
The best green havens in the emirate
»What is Old Scotland Yard?
In San Diego, life’s more than a beach
San Diego’s coast offers world-class surfing (top), and Hotel del Coronado, the last of California’s Victorian seaside resorts
Window to the sky
Star Plus at 14.30
Perfect count

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