Students in Qatar who are interested in obtaining a scholarship to further their education in the US have the opportunity to meet representatives from several American universities and colleges during a fair taking place in Doha on September 30, 2014.
Qatar remained adamant it would host the 2022 soccer World Cup despite a FIFA Executive Committee member suggesting on Monday that the tournament would have to move because of scorching temperatures.
The Criminal Court has sentenced two Asians to 15 months in prison for consuming alcohol and stealing a mobile phone.
The year 2013 was relatively less hot for Doha as temperatures and humidity level were lower compared to previous three years.
Pharmacies and wholesale distributors are gearing up for a proposed reduction in the prices of over 300 medicines that is expected to take effect tomorrow.
The Ministry of Municipality and Urban Planning has plans to issue new health and safety rules for various outlets, including, possibly, eateries and others.
A senior Doha Municipality official has said the regulations would be issued on the directives of the Minister soon.
Firefighters yesterday evacuated people from the food court area of the popular Villaggio after smoke was sighted billowing from the chimney of a restaurant there.
The Ministry of Interior confirmed the incident on its Twitter account late last night.
A criminal court has sentenced two employees of a brokerage firm to jail for three years each for forging official documents and stealing shares worth QR17.7mn of a woman, local daily Arrayah has reported.
Qatar, being a free market, has no plans to put price ceilings on new cars despite increasing public complaints about cars being expensive as compared to other GCC states.
Nearly two-thirds (59%) of luxury spenders in the MENA region are now choosing to spend more of their money on enriching experiences rather than goods, according to the new American Express Middle East Spending Survey.
The number of deaths occurred from road traffic injuries has dropped by 40 percent during this year’s holy month of Ramadan compared to 2013, according to Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC).
The World Health Organization (WHO) released its 2014 report into global air pollution with some concerning, but interesting finds.