The Supreme Education Council (SEC) has banned all private schools and kindergartens from getting involved in the sale and distribution of school uniforms.
Katara Cultural Village will launch a new initiative, which involves collecting donated books and giving them to those who love to read for free, next week.
Hundreds of books in different languages and on various topics will be available for free through this initiative.
The Ministry of Interior’s anti-begging cell has set up patrol teams of 48 public security personnel, both men and women, to curb the phenomenon and catch the culprits.
Heart-related diseases and blood clotting are the second largest cause of deaths in Qatar, claiming 24 percent of total deaths in Qatar, a senior medical professional has said.
Foul water overflowing from a sewer beside Street 23 of Doha’s Industrial Area could potentially pose a serious health hazard to residents or individuals passing by.
Gulf Times reported earlier today that the authorities are yet to take action, according to the residents of the area.
Former Italian midfielder Gennaro Gattuso joined the chorus of footballers backing the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, saying not a single criticism levelled against the country had any merit.
Eid Al Adha shows and activities organised by Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) made the country a major tourist destination during Eid, say tourists from neighbouring countries.
Some areas in the north are expected to witness rains today as well, the weather bureau said.
Rains will be accompanied by thunder at places.
Starting from December, Al Wakra will hold a seasonal fresh vegetables market three times a week.
The plan follows the huge success of the winter markets that were opened in places like Al Khor and Al Dhakhira last year.
Some areas in the country could likely witness rains accompanied with thunder today, according to the weather bureau.
Although day temperature has begun coming down, the day today is likely to be relatively hot, the bureau said in a forecast.
A UK-based Arab human rights body has urged the United Arab Emirates to disclose the whereabouts of two Qatari nationals who were taken into custody when they arrived there late last June.
People who visited some of the country’s beaches to celebrate Eid Al Adha were disappointed at the lack of basic facilities like toilets and cafeterias.