HE the Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Lolwah Alkhater has welcomed the US State Department’s appreciation for Qatar’s contributions to the global fight against terrorism in its country reports for 2017 released on Wednesday.
Helped by higher hydrocarbon prices, government finances are expected to steadily improve with Qatar’s budget seen in “broad balance” this year, before returning to a “healthy surplus” in 2019, according to QNB.
Representatives from 30 prestigious schools and universities in Canada will be coming to Qatar from October 21-23 to explore various opportunities in collaboration with other educational institutions in the country ...
Interprofessional.global, the World Confederation for Interprofessional Practice and Education has confirmed that Doha will host the tenth edition of the All Together Better Health (ATBH) conference in 2020 ...
Taking their bilateral relations to new heights, Qatar and Cote d'Ivoire signed a number of agreements and memorandum of understanding on Monday in Doha to enhance co-operation in various fields.
Cosmos, a one-of-its-kind public art piece by internationally-acclaimed contemporary French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel, does not go unnoticed by a multicultural audience at Hamad International Airport (HIA).
The Indian Naval Ship (INS) Mumbai, a guided missile destroyer, is arriving at Hamad Port early Tuesday, on a three-day visit of Qatar.
The transition of the significant majority of farms to MIRA's agricultural portfolio is expected to be completed before the end of this month.
Generation Amazing ambassadors have been helping to support the disaster relief efforts in the Kerala state of India, after the area was devastated recently by severe flooding.
Sidra Medicine has launched Qatar’s first in-house developed bi-lingual maternity mobile application, 10 Moons – based on the lunar calendar duration of a pregnancy.
The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) has welcomed the decisions adopted by the Universal Postal Union (UPU) at the end of its ‘2nd Extraordinary Congress’