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Australian floods still rising with two dead, four missing

Four people missing in Queensland BEENLEIGH: Flooded rivers were still rising yesterday in two Australian states with two women dead and four people missing after torrential rains in the wake…

Zaha, Benteke stun leaders Chelsea

League title was stalled as goals from Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke earned Crystal Palace a shock 2-1 victory at Stamford Bridge yesterday. Defeat ended Chelsea’s run of 13 successive…

Sri Lanka wins 3rd ODI to draw series

COLOMBO:  Seam bowler Nuwan Kulasekara took 4-37 after Thisara Perera hit a rapid 52 to propel Sri Lanka to a 70-run win over Bangladesh in the third one-day international yesterday…

Federer beats Kyrgios to reach Miami final

KEY BISCAYNE: Roger Federer’s season of resurgence took another thrilling turn Friday night when he won a three-tiebreaker semifinal against Nick Kyrgios at the Miami Open. Federer failed to convert…

Sindhu sets up title clash with Marin

NEW DELHI: India’s PV Sindhu yesterday stormed into the final of the India Open badminton tournament to set up an exciting women’s singles title clash with top-seeded Carolina Marin in…

Ivanka, husband benefitting from business empire

Ethics filings by White House reveal assets of senior staff members WASHINGTON: Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner have held onto real estate and business investments valued…

Microsoft addresses Cyber Security in the era of Digital Transformation

DUBAI: Microsoft today brought together industry experts and prominent technology decision-makers at a media event in Dubai, to demonstrate how Gulf-based organizations can use cloud services to protect themselves against…

US enrolls volunteers in large test of possible Zika vaccine

First step towards containing the spread of virus   WASHINGTON: US health officials have begun enrolling volunteers for critical next-stage testing of an experimental vaccine to protect against Zika, the…

Dalit, out and proud: Indian singers rising above caste

For young Indians from disadvantaged, low-caste backgrounds, singer Ginni Mahi was an inspiration, one of their own defying ancient prejudices through her infectious brand of “Dalit-pride” pop anthems. But it…

Brexit take-off from the EU aircraft-carrier

2nd Apr

Daily E- Paper – Kuwait Times…

Woman held for filming maid’s fall from window

 Employer had hired runaway maid from illegal office           KUWAIT: Police have detained a woman for filming her Ethiopian maid falling from the seventh floor in…