Msheireb Downtown Doha has launched the first edition of Al Sikka ‘Gourmet Street’ on Wednesday, featuring a unique ice cream concept presented for the first time in Qatar.
The 2020 online edition of Ajyal Film Festival provides an opportunity for more jurors outside the country to take part in the event and for viewers to watch films from their home countries, Doha Film Institute (DFI) CEO and festival director Fatma Hassan al-Remaihi has said.
The demand for electric motorised scooters (e-scooters) in Doha continues to surge as many residents – including office employees – find these battery-powered vehicles practical, easy-to-use and environment-friendly.
The increasing popularity of backyard and home gardening in Qatar – a pastime that continued beyond the stay or work from home period amid the Covid-19 outbreak – further boosted sales of various indoor and outdoor plants offered by nurseries.
The third edition of Traditional Handicrafts Exhibition at Katara – the Cultural Village, featuring an array of native products from eight countries, continues to attract a large number of visitors.
The World Students Day 2020, celebrated on October 15 annually, provides an opportunity for many residents and visitors to take part in a number of activities, competition, and courses organised by Qatar Museums (QM) and its partners.
An election security expert allayed fears of any voter fraud in the US stressing that many independent studies and government reviews found it to be extremely rare in all forms, including mail in voting.
The retail sector in the country is poised for recovery from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic as more shoppers have become more confident to visit malls and shopping centres, Mall of Qatar (MoQ) general manager Emile Sarkis has said.
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