MEC catches a major fruit supplier for selling Egyptian oranges as Turkish ones

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce busted a major fruit supplier in Qatar for passing off and selling Egyptian oranges as Turkish produce.

Qatar all set to introduce labour complaint reforms, says reports

Qatar is gearing up to set up a labor panel to assess grievances by migrant workers and it could begin functioning as early as next week, says reports.

A new pedestrian bridge near Old Airport Road is set to open up soon

A new, state-of-the-art pedestrian bridge, near the Old Airport Road, is fast nearing completion and will make life easier for people moving from one side of the road to the other.

Qatar will become self-sufficient in milk production by Ramadan time, says Baladna

Qatar is expected to become completely self-sufficient in milk and its products within the next two months, just in time for the holy month of Ramadan.

Qatar stresses enhancing women's status

This came during the speech of HE the Permanent Representative of Qatar to the United Nations Ambassador Sheikha Alya Ahmed bin Saif Al-Thani.

The 4th edition of Qumra begins in Doha

The event brings together more than 150 acclaimed filmmakers, industry professionals and experts to nurture 34 films, the Qumra projects.

Qatar informs UN of three air violations by Bahrain and UAE

This came in a message by the Permanent Representative of Qatar to the United Nation,s Sheikha Alya Ahmed bin Saif Al-Thani.

Qatari talents highlight evolution of country’s film scene at Qumra 2018

11 short films by Qatari talents and 3 feature narratives in development stage are part of the 34 Qumra projects this year

Qatar signs a military co-operation agreement with NATO

Qatar signs a military co-operation agreement with the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), making its position in the region even more secure.

Qatar Airways remain defiant about growth despite reporting ‘large loss’ this year

Qatar Airways' Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker remained defiant about the airline's growth despite reporting ‘a large loss’ this year.

Have any of you seen the pigeons perched along the top of HIA’s departure terminal?

You may have passed through the Hamad International Airport countless times, but have you noticed the feathered friends perched atop the departure terminal?

Ministry of Interior warns people about hacking risk of WhatsApp accounts

Qatar's Ministry of Interior has warned people that opening suspicious links on WhatsApp could risk the phone being hacked. It also suggests preventive measures.

A 32ft-tall sculpture, titled Small Lie, unveiled at the Hamad International Airport

A 32ft-tall sculpture titled Small Lie, which was unveiled at the Hamad International Airport yesterday, will give the iconic Yellow Lamp Bear great company.

Al Matar Street to remain closed for 12 hours between Thursday and Friday

Ashghal has announced that the Al Matar Street will remain closed for 12 hours, from Thursday night to Friday noon.

Qatar's economy has overcome regional and global challenges, says top minister

Qatar's Minister of Economy and Commerce has declared that the country's economy has overcome both regional and global challenges facing them.

HH The Emir speaks with Belgian King, Prime Minister, boosts ties between nations

HH The Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, on a bilateral visit to Belgium, speaks with the King and Prime Minister, boosting ties between the two nations.

In a first, over 1,000 people to fly in to Qatar for an Indian destination wedding

In a first-of-its-kind event, the Ritz-Carlton Doha will host over 1,000 Indian nationals from different parts of the world for a mega wedding event.

HH Sheikha Moza bint Nasser has launched her official Facebook page

HH Sheikha Moza bint Nasser launched her official Facebook page and we can't find the "Like" button fast enough!

Al Gharafa clinch a late 1-1 draw against Saudi Arabia’s Al Ahli in Qatar

Al Gharafa clinch a late 1-1 draw against Saudi Arabia’s Al Ahli during the AFC Champions League group match at home.

Tests conducted on Australian rock melons sold in Qatar concludes it is safe

The Ministry of Public Health announces that tests conducted on Australian rock melons sold in Qatar came back as negative, but more precautions would be taken to ensure continued safety.

Gulf states considering plans to end Saudi-led boycott of Qatar, reports The Guardian

The Gulf states blockading Qatar are considering plans to end it, with the relaxation of restrictions on civil movement between the countries being the first step, reports The Guardian.

Milaha inaugurates first phase of the mammoth Milaha Logistics City

The first phase of the mammoth 400,000sqm Milaha Logistics City was inaugurated with the launch of a 35,000sqm facility dedicated to temperature-controlled cargo.

Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei’s first exhibition in the Gulf to open in Doha

Contemporary Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is all set to open his first exhibition in the Gulf region, at the Garage Gallery in the Fire Station, on March 15.

Second edition of Aspire International Kite Festival to feature 23 teams from around the world

The second edition of the Aspire International Kite Festival is expected to be bigger and better, with 23 teams from around the globe taking part.

Education Ministry’s directive on vacations leave Indian schools, parents confused

The directive from the Ministry of Education and Higher education regarding the schedule of vacations leave Indian schools and parents confused and concerned.

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