Many parents in the Asian expatriate communities, including Indians, want the authorities to involve them in the process of deciding on proposals for fee hikes b
As temperatures soar across the Gulf region, Aspetar is re-launching its Beat the Heat campaign in a bid to keep everyone healthy, happy and active over the summer.
The traffic department has decided to intensify traffic patrols to control common traffic violations.
A number of residents living in shared villas have expressed their worries about the recent crackdown by municipality inspectors.
As a result of rapid urbanisation, coupled with influx of foreign workers, in some GCC countries, including Qatar, there is a big gap between demand and supply for affordable housing units for low-
Whether an expatriate worker would need exit permit or not to travel overseas would be decided by the job contract he signs with his employer once the sponsorship system is changed.
Indian schools have announced a cut in their working hours by about one hour effective from this week or early next week in view of the soaring temperature.
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The Criminal Court has sentenced an Indian Muslim to 40 lashes and ordered the suspension of his driving licence for two months for consuming liquor and driving under the influence of alcohol, loca