Doha is literally under water. Almost all parts of the country are experiencing heavy downpour combined with lightning and thunder.
An emergency transportation service for high-risk newborns called Qatar Neonatal Transport Program, was inaugurated yesterday by the Minister of Public Health H E Abdulla bin Khalid Al Qahtani at t
Although rain in these desert plains is the most welcoming sight any day, sometimes it can have its own drawbacks too.
A Malaysian man and a woman are being tried by a Doha Criminal Court for using counterfeit credit cards to pay for their purchases in Doha.
More than 100,000 potential donors have registered with Qatar’s pioneering Organ Donor Registry marking a major milestone for the project.
The Childhood Cultural Centre has come up with an event for children that is meant to be not only fun filled but also very educative.
The US embassy in Qatar on Monday warned web users about fake social media accounts in the name of its ambassador created "to scam people out of money".
Qatar has always been one of the safest and crime-free countries in the world. However, since recent times, the country has been seeing a bit of a stir in its crime rate.
There are hardly any takers for gold or its jewellery in the local market even though their prices remain low for almost a month now.
Future International Football Academy hosted several families in Qatar for a day of fun and physical activities at the German International School last Saturday in partnership with Qatar Living.
In preparation for the third edition of 'Qatar’s Strongest Man', Aspire Zone Foundation (AZF) hosted a technical meeting to update participants on rules and regulations of the competition, which wi
An Arab expatriate woman has been sentenced by a Doha Criminal Court to serve six months in jail for insulting and abusing a man through WhatsApp.