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Govt plans stricter steps for safety of imported food

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Health authorities are planning stricter measures to ensure safety of imported food.

All shipments will have to comply with a series of requirements before they reach the ports here, the Supreme Council of Health (SCH) said yesterday.

Qatari-led group wins $4bn battle for Canary Wharf

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A Qatari-led consortium looked set to win its long-running battle to buy Songbird Estates yesterday after the owner of London’s Canary Wharf business district dropped its opposition to the $4bn offer.

Qatar to ban street vendors from hassling people

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Street vendors will be banned from hassling people to buy goods in Qatar, under a new law put forward by the Ministry of Economy and Commerce.

Online visa system launched

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Qatar has successfully launched an online visa issuance system for conferences and sporting events which is the first such initiative in the world.

QA introduces QVoucher for Dubai flights

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Qatar Airways is introducing a new scheme today that will allow travellers on the popular Doha to Dubai route to save 20% on the economy class fare price, with the use of QVoucher.

Challenge 22 Roadshow arrives in Qatar

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The Challenge 22 Roadshow will visit Qatar for two days -Challenge 22 is an innovation award developed to inspire a

Diversion on Al Shamal Road at Interchange N12 in Umm Slal Mohammed

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The Public Works Authority ‘Ashghal’ has announced that a traffic diversion will be in place on the southbound Al Shamal Road at Interchange N12 in Umm Slal Mohammed.

Jason Derulo to perform live in Qatar

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[ILQ Exclusive] Popular artist, Jason Derulo is to perform tomorrow (28th of January 2015) at the Qatar Handball 2015 after the final match at Lusail stadium.

Several new schools to open in 2015

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Complaints about a severe shortage of seats in private schools in Qatar are likely to be addressed with a number of new schools expected to open in the next academic year.

Mind your bad Arabic!

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The idea is to preserve the purity of the Arabic language amid the use of many foreign languages that are spoken by different expatriate communities in Qatar.

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