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Sri Lanka reaches 131-3 vs India amid pollution drama

NEW DELHI: Angelo Mathews and Dinesh Chandimal put on 56 runs for the fourth wicket as Sri Lanka reached 131-3 at stumps on day two of the third Test against…

Marsh, Paine repay Australia’s selectors with key partnership

Paine’s return at the age of 32 was even more extraordinary ADELAIDE: Shaun Marsh and Tim Paine repaid the faith shown in them by Australia’s selectors and silenced their critics…

Cotto bows out of boxing with loss to Ali

NEW YORK: Puerto Rico’s Miguel Cotto goes out a warrior, but not a winner, after dropping a unanimous 12-round decision Saturday to Sadam Ali in a world title fight he…

First sporting shooting championship concludes

All facilities will be made available to form national team KUWAIT: The first sporting shooting championship was held at Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Olympic shooting complex in which a large number…

$300bn Saudi state sell-off moves slowly

Privatization critical to economy in era of cheap crude DUBAI/RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s $300-billion privatization program was billed as the sale of the century when Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman unveiled…

AUB wins ‘Best Bank for Private Banking Services Award’ in Kuwait

The Banker holds ‘Global Private Banking Services Awards 2017’ KUWAIT: For the second time in 2017, Ahli United Bank receives a Best Private Banking Award. In October, 2017 AUB Private…

Boursa Kuwait equities close November on a bearish note

Monthly turnover drops 22.97 % KUWAIT: Boursa Kuwait ended November in the red zone. The Price Index closed at 6,196.50 points, down by 4.87 percent compared to the closings of…

Xi welcomes countries to ride fast train of internet, digital economy

Call to build a community of common future in cyberspace WUZHEN, China: Chinese President Xi Jinping said China hopes to encourage countries around the world to take a ride on…

Cholera could resurge in Yemen due to lack of aid and fuel: WHO

Nearly 1 million cholera cases since epidemic began GENEVA: Another wave of cholera could strike Yemen, where a Saudi-led coalition blockade has cut off fuel for hospitals, water pumps and…

Families take to the streets and cheer from balconies

Prophet’s birth brings color, music to Morocco A large parade with historic roots takes place in the Moroccan city of Sale each year to mark the birth of the Prophet…

Cartoon for the Soul

4th Dec

Daily E- Paper – Kuwait Times…