Launched in 1996 with a loan from the Qatari Emir of that time, Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Al-Jazeera has since then remained state funded.
According to tour agencies, Oman and UAE have turned out to be the popular destinations amongst Qataris this Eid-Al-Adha.
Outside GCC countries, Turkey, Greece and London too have been welcoming a lot of Qataris this Eid.
Have you heard of a rumour about dangerous substances being injected into sheep?
Well, an official from the Ministry of Municipality and Urban Planning has vehemously denied the rumour.
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince has stressed that the Kingdom is ready to face any action that might cause any harm during Hajj pilgrimage.
For the first time in the Middle East, a dental clinic for people with special needs has been opened at Al-Wakra Hospital (AWH).
The clinic is the first of its kind and will cater to kids as well as to adults with special needs.
The Hamad International Airport (HIA) is preparing for an increase in departing and arriving passengers during the Eid Al Adha period.
The airport is expecting a peak in departing passenger traffic from September 21 and arriving passenger traffic from September 27 to 30.
Qatar has become the 8th most represented country in the Forbes list, for, five Qatari ladies have made it to the 3 lists of Forbes.
Those outstanding ladies are –
#- Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad Al Thani at no.3 for her role as the chairperson of the Qatar Museums.
- According to Ashghal, the temporary closures will happen at night for up to two hours on the lane adjacent to the work zone on the Corniche Road.
- The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim, and other senior government officials all send condolences to Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum on the death of his 33-year-old son.
About 50% of the 113-kilometer long tunneling works for Doha Metro has been completed.
This is being done with the help of 21 tunnel boring machines (TBM), that are advancing underground at full swing.
Education will be sponsored by HH Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani to 100 Syrian refugees in Universite Paris 1 Pantheone-Sorbonne.
The Attorney General of Qatar, HE Ali bin Fetais Al-Marri signed the agreement on Tuesday with the president of the French university, Phillipe Boutry.