- A criminal court sentenced five expats from Sri Lanka and Bangladesh to prison after being charged with drug trafficking and abuse.
- Some engineers have blamed Ashghal for traffic jams in the city due to their inability to ensure contractors finish road projects on time.
Throughout the 28th session of the Human Rights Council, Faisal bin Abdullah Al Henzab, The Permanent Representative of Qatar to the United Nations Office at Geneva, stated: “We share with the UN High Commissioner his view that combating terrorism is one of the great challenges facing our world t
The 2022 Qatar World Cup will be “a game-changer,” tournament chief Hassan Al Thawadi declared yesterday.
Al Thawadi was appearing at a sports business conference in New York.
- Citizens are unhappy with the poor performance of call centres and hotline services at government hospitals and primary health centres.
Qatar Airways yesterday unveiled the launch dates of three new passenger destinations in Pakistan as part of the airline’s continued expansion strategy.
- Doha has the fourth best standard of lifestyle in the region, according to a report released by Mercer.
- Traffic safety will be made part of the curriculum of all Independent and private schools in Qatar by the next academic year.
- An Arab national who involved in circulation of counterfeit American dollars and Qatari Riyals was arrested by the Criminal Investigation Department.
- Qatar is expected to be affected by high pressure coming from the northwest of Saudi Arabia, starting Wednesday till Saturday.
- Many residents of Barwa City are planning to move out of the housing complex due to an unprecedented hike in rents.