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Home-grown militants and former major behind Bangladesh attacks; Bloggers, foreigners, religious minorities targeted

DHAKA: Early in June, a man walked into the Dhaka premises of the Ramakrishna Mission, a Hindu centre for spirituality and learning in the Bangladesh capital, and delivered a handwritten…

Kidnapped Indian boy returns from Bangladesh after 6 years

Taleban bombers hit police cadets in Kabul, killing 30 – Bloodshed condemned as ‘crime against humanity’

Duterte, ‘the punisher’, sworn in as Philippines’ president – Political shake-up raises doubt about economic, China policies

Venus keeps her wits about her to down Greek qualifier

LONDON: A time violation warning, a few spots of rain and the thunderous groundstrokes of her rival could not throw Venus Williams off her long-limbed stride as she reached the…

Tamriya & Mahalbiya

Tamriya (A traditional Kuwaiti date dessert) Ingredients 2 tbsp butter 4 cups deseeded dates 1 tbsp ground cardamom 1 tbsp saffron threads 1 cup flour 1/2 cup whole milk 1…

The love-hate relationship with cheese

I have a love-hate relationship with cheese. I love it so much I could survive on it alone. Nothing can ever make me happier than a wheel (yes, a whole…

Jesus Christ film coming to virtual reality

The story of Jesus Christ is coming to virtual reality for the first time. Autumn Productions and VRWerx announced plans Wednesday to release the live-action film “Jesus VR – The…

‘Saq Al Bamboo’ and ‘Been Galbin’

KUWAIT: The Kuwait Times is publishing daily recaps of two of the Kuwaiti soap operas airing on Al Rai TV and MBC Drama. Here are the recaps of the 24th…

Tango therapy lifts spirits of Argentine mental patients

BUENOS AIRES: The shadows of barred windows make the Buenos Aires psychiatric hospital seem especially soulless, but then the syncopated beats of tango music fill the air. For a handful…

‘The Legend of Tarzan’

Singapore bank suspends London property loans – Citing uncertainty from Britain’s vote to quit EU

SINGAPORE: A top Singapore bank said yesterday it has suspended loans to anyone wanting to buy property in London, citing uncertainty from Britain’s vote to quit the EU and dealing…