Qatar is emerging as one of the most attractive retail markets in the Middle East, according to a new index produced by AT Kearney.
The Ministry of Interior is expected to begin issuing sticker-free residency permits (RPs) to expatriate workers and their family members starting June 15.
The Ministry of Economy and Commerce has announced it will sell sheep from Arab countries, including the locally-bred, and those from Jordan and Syria at subsidized rates to Qatari citizens during
Companies failing to comply with the summer timing for outdoor work will face closure of up to one month, the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs has warned.
Humans have likely lived in Qatar for at least 7,500 years. Early inhabitants, much like Qataris throughout recorded history, relied on the sea for their living.
The busy two-lane road leading to Najma and Mansoura from Al Nuaija intersection on the D-Ring Road (near the Mall) will be closed for one-and-a-half month from June 9, the Public Works Authority (
A higher court has asked a government department to reimburse a medical bill of more than QAR800,000 ($225,000) to an employee who spent the sum on liver transplant.
The Cuban Hospital (TCH) under Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) is providing evidence-based care and women and families living in and around Dukhan increasingly prefer to avail of the maternity serv
Qatar Airways is unaffected by the South African government’s new regulations requiring parents with children to carry their unabridged birth certificates when travelling to South Africa.
With temperature soaring to extreme levels, several private schools have announced a cut in working hours, under instructions from Supreme Education Council (SEC).
Budget carrier Cebu Pacific has this month launched its twice a week non-stop flights between Manila and Doha, Qatar, becoming the only Philippine carrier flying between the two cities.