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.
A panel of the Central Municipal Council (CMC) has called for expediting approval of a draft law that stipulates that contracting companies be fined if they delay the handing over of Ashghal projects.
Wholesale market intersection with E-Ring road will be closed for traffic for seven hours from 3am tomorrow, the Public Works Authority (Ashghal) said yesterday.
Officials of leading charity organisations in Qatar have welcomed the new law regulating charitable activities in the country, saying it will help increase transparency as well as the confidence of donors in the organisations.
The September Equinox, also known as Autumnal or Autumn Equinox, is set to take place later this month.
The Qatar Meteorology Department said Autumnal Equinox is on September 23 at 05.29am, after which the hours of darkness increase and of daylight decrease.
Qatar Airways has taken delivery of its first A380 superjumbo following a three-month standoff with planemaker Airbus (AIR.PA) over the quality of cabin fittings.
The government has asked automobile agencies to comply with rules that guarantee the protection of consumer rights or face the consequences.
Qatar has launched a new cybercrime law, aimed at stamping out a number of online threats by issuing penalties for a variety of criminal activities online.
Qatar yesterday issued a cybercrime prevention law that prescribes punishments for several offences dealing with computers and networks, and crimes committed through the Internet.
Once the salaries of low-income workers begin to be transferred to banks and exchange houses as planned, the illegal trade in visas will be substantially reduced, say businessmen.
A Doha-based legal and rights activist has suggested that cases of expatriates sentenced to death in a foreign country should be referred to the top court of the convict’s home country.