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475 abandoned vehicles removed in Al Rayyan

475 abandoned vehicles removed in Al Rayyan

Al Rayyan Municipality’s general control section removed 475 abandoned vehicles out of the 1,288 it had detected in the area, it was announced yesterday. This came during a campaign undertaken by the authorities to remove all abandoned vehicles from the area in co-operation with a number of entities

GU-Q students win grants to research blockade impact

GU-Q students win grants to research blockade impact

Ten students of Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) have been awarded grants by the Qatar National Research Fund to pursue their research. The Bachelor of Science in Foreign Affairs undergraduate students and their faculty mentors will receive a total of more than QR115,000

Drive to raise awareness about rights and duties of pedestrians

Drive to raise awareness about rights and duties of pedestrians

The General Directorate of Traffic will conduct an awareness drive in order to make pedestrians aware of their rights and responsibilities, with the aim of preventing traffic violations on country’s roads.

QM’s Artist in Residence programme creates ‘a very strong social hub’ for artists

QM’s Artist in Residence programme creates ‘a very strong social hub’ for artists

Qatar Museums (QM) initiatives such as the Doha Fire Station Artist in Residence programme give artists an opportunity to further develop their talents and connect with internationally renowned artists, Qatari artist Mohamed Faraj al-Suwadi has said.

Josoor Institute passes the 4,000-beneficiary mark

Josoor Institute passes the 4,000-beneficiary mark

The first half of 2019 has been “exceptionally busy” for Josoor Institute, with the start of the third cohort of the Executive Development and Professional Diploma Programmes, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) has said in a report.

Qatar concern over Strait of Hormuz developments

Qatar concern over Strait of Hormuz developments

Qatar said that it is cautiously following the recent developments in the Strait of Hormuz and the previous incidents affecting both regional and international shipping lines.

Fines up to QR500 await law-breaking pedestrians

Fines up to QR500 await law-breaking pedestrians

The General Directorate of Traffic has said it will start registering violations against errant pedestrians and impose fines on them from August.

Qatar, Korea to strengthen strategic ties

Qatar, Korea to strengthen strategic ties

HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani and the Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea Lee Nak-yeon held official talks at the Amiri Diwan on Sunday.

Deputy Amir meets Korean PM

Deputy Amir meets Korean PM

His Highness the Deputy Amir Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad al-Thani met at his Amiri Diwan office on Sunday with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea ...

Qatar Diabetes Prevention Programme set to begin

Qatar Diabetes Prevention Programme set to begin

The region’s largest diabetes research project, the Qatar Diabetes Prevention Programme (QDPP), is set to begin, following the award of a five-year funding by Qatar Foundation’s Qatar National Research Fund.

HEC Paris in Qatar launches second intake of SBUM programme

HEC Paris in Qatar launches second intake of SBUM programme

HEC Paris in Qatar has launched the second intake of its Specialised Master in Strategic Business Unit Management (SBUM) degree programme for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Blockade's effect on Qatari Haj pilgrims highlighted

Blockade's effect on Qatari Haj pilgrims highlighted

Doha International Centre for Interfaith Dialogue (DICID) held a round-table discussion on the repercussions of the blockade crisis and the prevention of Qatari citizens and residents from Haj and Umrah.

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