Several Nepalese workers who have lost their relatives and homes in last Saturday's earthquake in the Himalayan nation have no money to travel home.
The Supreme Council of Health (SCH) said yesterday that Iranian watermelon in the local market are safe for consumption.
The authorities have asked all outlets to stop selling watermelon imported from Iran following suspicions about a potential contamination.
A new electronic system has been implemented at intersections across the city that allows emergency vehicles to pass through easily by turning the traffic lights green.
- Project would capture enough gas to power 175,000 cars per year or 300,000 homes, and will result in a 90% reduction in flaring at the world's largest LNG export terminal.
The Traffic Department has removed a speed radar from February 22 Road after detecting an increase in the number of accidents near the radar, local Arabic daily Arrayah has reported.
The radar was located opposite Omar Bin al-Khattab Mosque on the Al Shamal-Doha side of the expressway.
Qatar's highest court has ordered a local bank to pay an employee QAR1.2m ($330,000) in damages for removing him from his job in an unfair way and in violation of the terms agreed to in his employment contract.
French prosecutors opened a preliminary investigation two weeks ago a non-government organization claimed that construction giant Vinci is using forced labour on building projects for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
A criminal court has fined an Arab woman QR5,000 for bashing up a male driver who did not allow her to overtake.
Qatari Businesswomen Association has partnered with Executive Training Solutions to conduct an "Etiquette Princess" course, under sponsorship of Al Faisal Without Borders Foundation.
An average Qatari household's monthly income is QR88,200 and QR24,400 for non-Qataris in 2013, according to 'The Millennium Developments Goals for the state of Qatar 2014'.
The maximum speed on the February 22nd Street is set to be reverted to 100km/h from the current 80km/h within a few days, local Arabic daily Arrayah said on Sunday quoting the Traffic Department.