Traffic flow through Al Asiri interchange resumed yesterday with the opening of an additional east-bound carriageway from Salwa road.
All outlets, including cafes and restaurants, offices, industrial units and clinics, will have to remain closed for 90 minutes during Friday prayers.
The Supreme Education Council (SEC) has forced a private school to cancel its decision to impose "re-registration" fee on students, a local Arabic daily reported on Monday.
Vehicles parking at the long-term parking area at the Hamad International Airport (HIA) will be charged a fee of QAR2 per hour and QAR45 for a full day.
Customers will be able to pay by cash or credit card upon exit at one of the payment kiosks at the car park.
- Health inspectors launched an extensive campaign on Al Meera following complaints that the supermarket sold rotten meat to consumers.
A criminal court has sentenced a GCC national to seven months in jail and fined him QR768,000 for trying to smuggle large quantities of liquor into the country.
Operators of showrooms selling used vehicles say they have been suffering a drop in sales due to a variety of reasons.
If you have been to Wast Bay Doha recently, you might have noticed the innovative track system that Qatar Rail installed above the traffic line. Its purpose is to move debris and rubble from the construction site of two metro stations in the area.
A criminal court sentenced an Asian woman to one year in jail for selling a forged visa to another woman and ordered her deportation after she completes her term.
Temperature is expected to hit 40 degrees Celsius today in some parts, with the country experiencing a heat wave, the Meteorology Department said yesterday.
Several Qatar residents are demanding quicker services and better facilities at Al Wakra's vehicle inspection centre due to the long and harsh waiting period.
Bidders taking part in an online auction run by the Interior Ministry for fancy car numbers have pledged more than QR10 million ($2.7m) on 24 number plates.