Oil prices rose on Friday after China's central bank cut its borrowing rates, boosting hopes for stronger demand from the world's top energy consumer.
A signal from European Central Bank President Mario
Failing to wash hands with soap - one of the cheapest and most effective health interventions - costs the lives of children and undermines efforts to meet a new set of development goals, the United Nations children's agency (Unicef) said o
Gold rose to its highest level since early July on Monday as expectations that the Federal Reserve will postpone an expected US interest rate hike beyond the end of the year pressured the dollar to three-week lows against a currency basket.
Though the Reserve Bank of India is expected to cut interest rates next week by a quarter percent to a four-year low, officials say concerns over prices make it likely to resist political pressure for significant easing in the coming months.
Death rates from malaria have plunged by 60 per cent in the past 15 years, meaning more than six million lives have been saved - the vast majority of them African children, UN agencies said on Thursday.
Gold stretched losses from the previous session on Tuesday as the dollar gained on expectations the US Federal Reserve was on course to increase interest rates this year.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen may provide more signals of a loomin
A decision to increase rates for leasing land in Bahrain from 200 up to 600 per cent has caused concern among business owners. Rates for industrial land will be doubled to BD1 ($2.6) per square metre, rates for logistics services land will incre
Dubai-based telecommunications operator du has unveiled special rates for both national and international calls in the UAE for Ramadan.
The customers can make national calls for only 0.3 fils per second - at a discount of 50 per c
Dubai-based telecommunications operator du has reduced the international calling rates for its Filipino customers to just 36 fils ($0.09) per minute, to any number in the Philippines.
It represents an extension to the recent
A lower divorce rate among newly-wed Bahrainis over the past four years has been attributed to an awareness campaign on rights and responsibilities in marriage.
A recent study conducted by the Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments Mi