Family members allowed to meet eight Indian Navy veterans held captive in Doha
The Indian government has been regularly following up with the authorities in Qatar to enable these eight veterans to be repatriated home
Eight naval officers under solitary confinement in Doha get severance letters from employer
The biggest concern plaguing the families of the veterans was over the judicial expenses. However, the Indian government will be taking care of that.
India engaged with Qatari authorities as second hearing of Navy veterans to be held in May
The officers are calling their families every week back home in India, but from hope and optimism of repatriation, fear of the unknown has set in
No respite for eight Indian Navy veterans detained in Qatar as trial continues
The next hearing will come up during the course of this month. The company that the officials were working for -- Dhara -- is taking care of the judicial expenses.
As eight Navy veterans languish in solitary confinement in Doha, new Ambassador to Qatar faces uphill task
The task that lies ahead of the new Ambassador is an uphill one as he has to work on the repatriation of the eight naval officers.
Qatar likely to frame individual charges against eight Indian Navy veterans
"We are hoping against hope that they are repatriated back home and not tried in courts there," lamented a family member of one of the veterans.
Charges likely to be framed against eight former Indian Navy officers detained in Doha
The Indian Navy officers were detained in Doha on August 30, 2022.
Bail plea rejected again, despair for eight Indian ex-Navy officers languishing in Qatar jail
"We hope the Centre would help us by whatever means possible to secure the release of my brother and seven others at the earliest," Meetu Bhargava said.
FIFA head of refereeing wants all stoppage time added in blowouts
FIFA and soccer’s rule-making panel known as IFAB want World Cup-style timekeeping to be adopted globally next season so 100-minute games should become routine in domestic leagues.
Representing Hyderabad in Qatar
She ended her three-day visit with a marvellous appearance at the Formula 1 Inauguration Gala hosted at Lusail Boulevard.
A stirring World Cup that had absurdity as its central theme
When the beginning astonishes, the end has to be the greatest one ever scripted. It must astonish, antagonise, agitate and elate.
FIFA World Cup 2022: Good, bad and silly
An overview of the journey of teams and players at the festival of football.
Fitting end to great finale: Messi's World Cup finally
Whether it’s a question of his complicated relationship with the country of his birth, the questions on age and longevity, or the need for a story to be completed, this was always Messi’s tournament.
Sterling to return home from World Cup after armed break-in: Reports
The English Football Association confirmed the Chelsea forward was left out of Sunday's 3-0 win over Senegal to deal with "a family matter".
Japan's controversial second goal beats Spain 2-1, both teams advance at World Cup
Japan scored twice early in the second half to come from behind and defeat another European powerhouse and make it to the knockout stage for the second straight World Cup.
Israeli-Palestinian conflict catches up with Qatar World Cup
Controversy has followed Israelis and Palestinians pouring into Doha, revealing just how entrenched and emotive their violent century-old conflict remains.
Mbappe on target for five-goal PSG before World Cup
The tournament starts with a match between hosts Qatar and Ecuador on November 20.
Poland keeper Dragowski out of World Cup, says Spezia's Gotti
Dragowski has two caps for his country and would have been behind fellow Italy-based keepers Wojciech Szczesny and Lukasz Skorupski in the pecking order for Poland.
Fans, trophy and teams arrive in Qatar for FIFA World Cup countdown
The trophy, which will be presented to the winning team on December 18, returned from a world tour in time for next Sunday's opening game when hosts Qatar take on Ecuador.
Fans urged to chant Mahsa Amini's name at Iran World Cup games
Women's rights campaigner Negin Shiraghaei called on spectators to sing out the 22-year-old Amini's name in the 22nd minute of each game that Iran plays at the World Cup in Qatar.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test