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India’s tribal communities spin their way out of poverty

BANKA, INDIA: Pointing to a television in her recently built mud and brick home, Indian villager Munia Murmu proudly shows off her newfound wealth, thanks to hundreds of squirming green…

Ebola survivor who lost 21 relatives gives birth to baby boy – ‘We pray that he will become a success in life’

Scream director Wes Craven dies

Director Wes Craven has died aged 76. The legendary ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ and ‘Scream’ filmmaker passed away at his home in Los Angeles on Sunday following a battle with…

Another MTV VMAs, another controversial Miley Cyrus

Roma hand Juve second successive league defeat

MILAN: After losing only three league games last season Juventus have now lost the first two of the new campaign as a deserved 2-1 defeat at AS Roma on Sunday…

Morgan leads England to T20 win against Australia

CARDIFF: England captain Eoin Morgan marked his return to cricket by top-scoring in a five-run win over Australia in the lone Twenty20 international in Cardiff yesterday. Morgan made 74 and…

Nishikori, Ivanovic crash at US Open

NEW YORK: Japanese fourth seed Kei Nishikori, last year’s runner-up, crashed out in the opening round of the US Open yesterday while Serena Williams lost another high-ranked rival as Serbian…

Tempers flare as India eye series win

COLOMBO: Fired-up India eyed their first series win in Sri Lanka for 22 years when the home team’s top order collapsed during the decisive final Test in Colombo yesterday. Sri…

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Two ‘Guardsmen’ killed in ‘murky’ Police chase – Interior ministry orders probe into incident

KUWAIT: The interior ministry yesterday ordered a probe into a police chase that led to the death of two men after their car overturned while speeding away from police patrols.…

Government supports fish boycott campaign – ‘Initiative affirms Article 6 of Kuwaiti Constitution’

KUWAIT: A senior government official said yesterday that he supports a public fish boycott campaign which started in a bid to cut fish prices, at a time in which the…

Taxes, paid parking and road tolls on the way?

KUWAIT: Kuwait wants to impose taxes on luxury items, set up paid parking meters and introduce road tolls to generate additional government revenues. Other measures being mulled over by the…