The Qatar Stock Exchange saw the telecom and transport sectors exhibit strong earnings as the listed companies cumulatively reported net profit of QR23.8bn in the first nine months of this year.
The Public Works Authority (Ashghal) will reduce one lane at Nuaija Intersection on D-Ring Road in all directions except the west side for five months from October 23.
Qatar Airways has been “proactive” in ensuring it operates the “latest most fuel-efficient aircraft”, said Group Chief Executive HE Akbar al-Baker and noted the national airline does not expect to operate its Airbus A380s for at least two years.
A forthcoming WISH 2020 report titled, The Digital Mental Health Revolution: Transforming Care Through Innovation and Scale-Up, will claim that digital tools designed to address mental health needs are not just a future luxury for modern health systems but an urgent necessity.
The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) reported Wednesday 198 new confirmed cases of Covid-19, of which 174 are from community cases and 24 from travellers returning from abroad.
GCC economies are expected to rebound in 2022 after contraction this year, researcher Frost & Sullivan has said in a report.
India’s total coronavirus cases rose by 61,267 in the last 24 hours to 6.69 million on Tuesday morning, data from the health ministry showed.
The course, to be presented by astronomer at the Qatar Calendar House Dr. Bashir Marzouq, aims to provide participants with information about astronomy and its origin, celestial bodies and the most important astronomical phenomena and instruments.
The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) announced today 227 new confirmed cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) during the last 24 hours, of which 217 are from community cases and 10 from travellers returning from abroad who are subject to quarantine.
Kuwait's new Amir was sworn in at parliament today as the country prepared to lay to rest late ruler Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, who helped steer the US-allied Gulf state through some of the Middle East's most turbulent decades.
British university students will be able to return home for Christmas despite the impact of local Covid-19 lockdowns that are already impacting students in large parts of the country, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said today.