High lighted news of the day from papers published through out Qatar. Such as the Peninsula Qatar, Al Raya, Al Sharq and many more.
- The Indian airline will connect Qatar with all three cities in Kerala with the launch of two new direct flights from Calicut and Trivandrum.
- Khalid Mohammed al-Emadi emerged victorious and retained HH The Emir’s Sword Showjumping Championship at the outdoor arena of the Qatar Equestrian Federation on thursday 12 March.
Khalid rode Tamira IV rode to victory in the jump off and clocked the best timing of 44.82 seconds to pip his Rio Oly
- Team Al Rayyan comprising of Nasser Jassim Al Ghazali, Salman Mohammed Al Emadi and Maryam Mubarak Al Ali were second in 36.65, while team Doha ridden by Ali Yusuf, Sheikh Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani and Hussain Saeed Hidan were third in 38.26.
In the other events conducted during the day, Abd
A Criminal Court has sentenced a Filipino medical technician to seven years in jail and imposed a QR2mn fine on her for being involved in fraud and money laundering to the tune of $3mn, local daily Arrayah has reported.
Woqod (Qatar Fuel) is urging consumers using domestic LPG metal cylinders to shift to the lightweight and transparent Shafaf cylinders, which are readily available at Woqod gas stations and several other outlets. “The executive management of Woqod has decided to replace the metal cylinders with S
Qatar Charity (QC) will implement a relief and rehabilitation project in the Somalian province of Middle Shabelle for the benefit of around 93,000 people.
The Ministry of Interior has provided air tickets to more than 5,000 expatriates held up at its Search and Follow-Up Department to send them back home, a senior official said.
- Qatar's meteorology department forecasted unstable weather conditions to affect the country this week, starting from Monday with low and medium clouds over the sky.
Even after 14 months since their launch, the circular bus services in Doha's West Bay area are yet to attract good response from the travelling public, it is learnt.
A Doha Criminal Court has sentenced an Asian expatriate man to one year in jail for forging a government stamp on his university degree, local Arrayah daily reported Friday.
The accused is also to be deported upon completing the sentence.
Not able to relish food items from their home countries due to their non-availability here, many African expatriates say life isn’t the same for them as for those from Asia and Europe who have easy access to native food.