• June 23, 2018
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  • Manchester diaries
    Jun 20, 2018 Sanjib Kumar Das, Senior Pages Editor
    From its pubs to the pier, from Friedrich Engels to feminism — the city rises above the familiar din of a developed world
  • The Albino Community in Ghana
    Jun 20, 2018 By Walter 
    In recent years, a community of people living with albinism have forged connections on platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp, turning a societal stigma into social bonds and offline friendship
  • The artisans of Kutch
    Jun 20, 2018 By Mini S. MenonSpecial to Weekend Review
    A craft and culture tour of the remote district in western India reveals a rich and vibrant community engaged in creating colourful textiles and artefacts
  • Loneliness can’t be ‘cured’
    Jun 20, 2018 By Frank Furedi
    We must learn to find value in solitude
  • An artist has emerged from three days entombed in a steel box under a busy Australian road
  • Tagore and Yeats: A Nobel relationship
    Jun 14, 2018 By Mick O’Reilly, Special to Weekend Review
    St Stephen’s Green is as Dublin as it gets. So how come there’s a statue here of Rabindranath Tagore when Ireland has a plethora of literary giants of its own?
  • Vanishing village in Spain sees a future
    Jun 13, 2018 By Raphael Minder
    The 339 inhabitants of Driebes, known as the "Lapland of Spain", have reasons to worry
  • “Programmer motivators” — women hired primarily to chat up and comfort overworked coders — have become common in China’s tech sector, where gender biases are rarely discussed and firmly entrenched
  • A tale of tech, texts and tendons
    Jun 13, 2018 By Nellie Bowles
    There is plenty of discussion about how teenagers are addicted to technology but adults are actually hit the hardest
  • Meet ‘souperman’ of Gaza
    Jun 11, 2018 By: Abeer Ayoub, Special to Gulf News
    Retired policeman helps the needy by preparing groat soup everyday to feed hungry mouths
  • Empowering the less-abled with cane
    Jun 06, 2018 By Mythily RamachandranSpecial to Weekend Review
    Rise Legs, Arun Cherian’s Bengaluru-based startup venture, offers cost-effective mobility aids for physically-challenged individuals
  • Can’t we just get along?
    Jun 06, 2018 By Braden Bell
    How adults can set a better example for children, and why they should
  • A beautiful story: Teary eyed at suhoor
    Jun 05, 2018 Falah Gulzar, Staff Writer
    Facebook post urges people to treat restaurant staff kindly
  • Inside a Filipino Muslim home in UAE
    Jun 03, 2018 Jay B. Hilotin, Tablet Editor
    #Pinoy takes a peek into how a community of Filipino Muslims uniquely observe Ramadan
  • Embracing the spirit of Ramadan in Old Dubai
    May 31, 2018 By Sangeetha SwaroopSpecial to Weekend Review
    Experience the spirit of unity and fraternity from a local perspective with Unseen Trails — a collaboration between Gulf Photo Plus and Frying Pan Adventures
  • In Kashmir, a life on the piste
    May 30, 2018 By Haroon MiraniSpecial to Weekend Review
    Gulmarg is fast emerging as a favourite winter destination for skiers and snowboarders in India and the world