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The 4th edition of the ILQ's Annual Eid Giveaways is back! 10 amazing prizes with a min. value of QR 1,500 will be happening for 10 days!
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What are the opening hours & timings of establishments in Qatar during Eid Al Fitr 2024? Find them here!
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Looking to celebrate Eid Al Fitr with spectacular fireworks shows? Here are the places in Doha where you can see them!
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Eid Al Fitr is almost here, hence it's the perfect time to plan some quality time with your loved ones. Check out these Eid staycation offers!
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Dive into delectable Eid feasts with a variety of special meal offerings at these places in Qatar!
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Qatar-Bahrain causeway to have railway bridge
DOHA: The proposed Qatar-Bahrain causeway will have a railway bridge as well. The rail bridge is a new addition to the mega Doha-Manama over-sea link project and that is why the venture’s implementation is being delayed, said Ali Al Abdullah, director of Planning at the Ministry of Muncipality and Urban Planning.
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20 October 2009 11:24 am
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National Robot Olympiad on October 25
Edutech Middle East, a leading international learning solutions provider, and Qatar Independent Technical School (QITS) will jointly host the ‘3rd Qatar National Robot Olympiad’ (NRO) in Doha. A total of over 15 teams have signed up for the competition to be held on October 25, and will vie for a spot at the ‘World Robot Olympiad 2009’ in South Korea.
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19 October 2009 02:43 pm
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Prices of fish, vegetables come down
Prices of fish and vegetables have fallen significantly in the local market with the onset of winter. Prices of fish that had shot up to a record high due to a severe shortage in supply have dropped by about 50 per cent over the past four days, traders at the Central Fish Market said yesterday.
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Paper Boy
19 October 2009 02:42 pm
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Dohaland leads way in green building concept
Sustainability lessons of the past can help put Qatar in the forefront of environmental designing according to an expert at the second Qatar Today Green Awards (QTGA), held recently.
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Paper Boy
19 October 2009 02:42 pm
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QR40,000 collected for Filipino flood victims
Funds raised through the intensified donation campaign by the Filipino community for the flood victims in the Philippines has reached about QR40,000. The community has sent hundreds of boxes of relief goods.
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19 October 2009 02:41 pm
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Lending curbs put brakes on used car market
The used car market continues to suffer enormously with market players blaming the malaise on local banks which they say are yet to relax vehicle lending rules.
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19 October 2009 02:40 pm
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Recession is over, declare GCC finance chiefs
Finance ministers and central bank governors from all six GCC states also urged those who have yet to ratify an agreement on monetary union to do so by year end.
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18 October 2009 02:16 pm
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Expert proposes dispute board for building industry
An expert has called for all the construction contracts in the country to include provision for a ‘dispute board’ if contractors want ‘happy endings’ to their projects.
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18 October 2009 02:14 pm
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Ras Abu Aboud Road opens
The Ras Abu Aboud Road was opened yesterday by the New Doha International Airport (NDIA) authorities. The 12km road, from Corniche to Air Force Roundabout on Wakrah road, has four lanes, including one reserved for emergency purposes. As of now, some stretches are cordoned off to complete markings. The new road, which runs between the present airport and NDIA, is the main link to the latter. A new flyover linking Old Salata Road and Ras Abu Aboud Road will open by the end of this month. Motorists
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18 October 2009 02:12 pm
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E-registration of Haj pilgrims runs into trouble
The introduction of online registration for expatriates opting for this year’s Haj has triggered a “clash of cultures and languages” for contractors as the process did not consider the language and cultural differences among applicants.
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Paper Boy
18 October 2009 02:11 pm