The Ministry of Economy and Commerce, in collaboration with Chevrolet's sole distributor in Qatar, Jaidah Automotive, has announced the recall of Chevrolet Corvette 2014 to modify airbags' position to fit kids in case of not using seat belt.
The roads in Qatar are safest on Fridays, says a study, and it adds that based on a survey of 340 traffic accidents, students and those looking for jobs are more prone to causing accidents than others.
The Ministry of Economy and Commerce has confiscated over 3,300 fake CDs in a surprise raid conducted in an outlet located in the Old Airport area as part of efforts to enforcing intellectual property laws and regulations.
The speed limit on February 22nd Street has been restored to 100km/h from 80km/h, according to local Arabic daily Arrayah.
The Al Sailiyah area witnessed two separate incidents of fire breakouts yesterday. Several single workers lost their belongings, when a furnishing workshop functioning on Street No.18 caught fire, around 1 pm.
Qatar's population as of June 30 this year reached 2.34 million (2,344,557), witnessing nine percent rise compared to June last year according to the latest data released by the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics.
The Ministry of Economy and Commerce has announced the recall of IKEA safety gates of Al Futtaim-IKEA company due to lack of stability of the door on the top of the stairs.
Qatar has condemned the actions of Israeli police and settlers regarding Al-Aqsa Mosque and has called on Israel to stop its "illegal acts" against the third holiest place for Muslims on earth.
Visitors to Hamad General Hospital (HGH) and Hamad International Airport (HIA) will soon be able access services of the Traffic Department.
A labour camp in Al Sailiyah in Industrial Area was gutted in a major fire that broke out yesterday afternoon and left several expats homeless.
The Civil Defence rushed to the scene and put out the blaze. No causalities were reported.
As part of a campaign to clean-up the Corniche, authorities have removed boats and cruisers anchored for a long time that are probably abandoned by the owners.
A lower criminal court has sentenced four people to jail terms in the Hala Istanbul Restaurant explosion case, The Peninsula reports.