- About 81,169 cases of different kinds were heard by the courts of all levels from April 2013 to March 2014. Of these, 17,819 or 21.9 percent involved bounced cheques.
- As part of the fourth phase of the C-Ring Road project works, part of Al Kinana Street and Qatari Bin Al Fujaah Street will be closed.
- A Qatari citizen has bid over QR 200 million to purchase an easy-to-remember car registration number 333355. We think this is crazy.
Amnesty International has warned Qatar that it is failing to tackle the abuse of migrant workers, according to a report by BBC.
- A survey that covered 8,571 households in Qatar has revealed that 12.1% of adults smoke tobacco.
A criminal court in Qatar has sentenced three people to jail for five years and imposed a fine of QR200,000 each after they were convicted of opium trade and abuse.
- Hamad International Airport will introduce a cutting-edge technology to avoid long passenger queues at immigration at arrival and departure terminals.
- Qatar has opened its first shopping complex run and managed by women for women. The complex has 34 outlets and eateries.
- Traffic in areas like Abu Hamur and Al Wakra have become unbearable due to the presence of schools, but citizens think making buses mandatory for transportation might ease traffic congestion.
- Some 12,000 abandoned cars, equipment and machinery have been removed from the streets across the country since the campaign was launched.
- Minister of Labour and Social Affairs said that employees in Qatar may receive their salaries directly via their bank account by end of this year.