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Qatar's top business leaders honoured

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Qatar’s top business leaders have been recognised at the annual Arabian Business Qatar Awards, held on Doha on Tuesday night.

New taxi service to start tomorrow

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The third private taxi operator in Qatar, Profit Group, will launch its yellow-roofed taxis tomorrow, Al Sharq reported.

Under the brand name “Cars”, the company will start its operations with a fleet of 50 taxis, said the daily.

Qatar Infrastructure Projects to Benefit from Advanced Building Software Expertise

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Qatar’s ambitious plans to roll out more than USD 200 billion in infrastructure projects by 2022 will require advanced Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, according to global industry specialist Tekla.

Ignore Dr. Theo Zwanziger - The World Cup IS happening in Qatar - Official Statement

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Despite what Dr. Theo Zwanziger has said and what was shared by news sites like Al Arabiya, the 2022 World Cup is indeed still happening in Qatar. 

Jellyfish plays spoilsport on Sealine

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Several visitors to the Sealine beach experience their leisure trips ending with stings by jellyfish. For some beachgoers their weekend outings turned into a nightmare and they decided to avoid the beach in future.

Qatar committed to removing exit permit system: Minister

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Qatar reiterated its resolve yesterday to remove the exit permit system whereby foreign workers must seek their employers’ permission to travel overseas.

QFA and Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy Launch New Season of Qatar Amateur League

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Scottish referendum: Scotland votes no to independence

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Scotland has voted to stay in the United Kingdom after voters decisively rejected independence.

Dubai, Doha ready to host Olympics, says OCA chief

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Doha and Dubai are capable of hosting the Middle East's first Olympic Games and the region would simply have to trust itself to deliver a great event in the face of doubt and criticism, the president of the Olympic Council of Asia has told Reuters

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