Sports  /  Published 11.06.21

Euro’s Dark Horses: The Netherlands and Turkey

International success having eluded them since reaching the last-four stage of Euro 2008, Turkey do find themselves better placed to make an impression in this edition. Senol Gunes, the man at the he...
By Sayak Banerjee

Sports  /  Published 04.06.21

Euro 2020 warm-ups: Belgium held by Greece, Turkey beat Moldova 2-0

Injury-depleted Belgium were held to a 1-1 draw by Greece in a friendly ahead of the European Championship, a disappointing result for the Belgians against a team which has not qualified for the tourn...
By Our Bureau and Agencies

World  /  Published 30.05.21

Erdogan opens Taksim mosque

President Tayyip Erdogan inaugurated an imposing new mosque in Istanbul on Friday, fulfilling a decades-old goal and stamping a religious identity on the landmark Taksim Square in the heart of Turkey&...
By Reuters in Istanbul

Opinion  /  Published 20.04.21

Shifting sands in the Middle East

By Harsh V. Pant

Opinion  /  Published 28.12.20

Unique problem with Arab World

Ten years ago this month, Mohamed Bouazizi, a street vendor in Tunisia, set himself alight in front of a government building in rage at the corrupt dictatorship that had ruined his young life. His sac...
By Gwynne Dyer


Science Tech  /  Published 30.11.20

Bots in our Blood

After his presentation at the conference, when asked  whether there is any danger of losing the robots inside the body, Sitti tells The Telegraph, “We equip the soft robots with tiny magnet...
By Prasun Chaudhuri

World  /  Published 05.11.20

Turkey fines FB, Twitter

Turkey has fined global companies including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube 10 million lira ($1.18 million) for not complying with a new social media law,  minister Omer Fatih Sayan said on Wednesd...
By Reuters in Ankara

World  /  Published 31.10.20

Six killed in Turkey after strong quake

Six people were killed in Turkey after a strong earthquake struck the Aegean Sea on Friday, bringing buildings crashing down and setting off tidal waves which slammed into coastal areas and nearby Gre...
By Reuters in Istanbul

Opinion  /  Published 07.09.20

Shifting faith: Pakistan and the Islamic world

In 1979, Pakistan changed the name of its third-largest populated city, Lyallpur, located on the banks of the river, Chenab, in Pakistani Punjab to Faisalabad in honour of the late King Faisal of the ...
By Luv Puri

Opinion  /  Published 12.07.20


Err-dogan? By announcing that Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia should go back to being mosque from museum, did president Recep Tayyip Erdogan turn the clock back on Turkey? Or was he merely continuing t...
By Upala Sen


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