• Airbus at Qatar Airways

    The planemaker Airbus has become embroiled in an extraordinary row with Qatar Airways, one of its key customers, over the state of paintwork on its A350 long-haul aircraft, just as the aerospace industry looks to emerged from the chaos caused by the Covid-19 crisis

  • Lulu launches ‘Discover America’ Festival

    A major retailer in the region, Lulu Hypermarket Qatar, has unveiled ‘Discover America Festival’, a week-long showcase of high-quality food products from the United States. Chargé d’ Affaires of the US Embassy, William Grant inaugurated the festival  at Lulu Hypermarket, Al Messila branch on Thursday.

  • picture Qatar Austria trade up

    Qatar Chamber has participated in the 11th Arab-Austrian Economic Forum and its accompanying exhibition as well as the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the Arab-Austro Chamber of Commerce held in Vienna. The event was held under the patronage of the Federal President of the Republic of Austria Dr. Alexander Van der Bellen and attended by prominent figures from the economic, political and diplomatic sectors.

  • FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 tickets

    A total of 24,211 tickets to the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 were allocated in the first 24 hours of the Visa Presale phase. Fans residing in Qatar and the United Kingdom booked their seats in the biggest numbers (respectively accounting for 60% and 16% of the tickets allocated), followed by buyers from other countries in Europe, South America and the Middle East.

  • picture UK-Qatar relationship

    The United Kingdom’s relationship with Qatar is going from “strength to strength”, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said after welcoming the Emir of Qatar to Downing Street for bilateral talks. Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani said he was “excited” to attend Friday’s meeting, which he hoped would bolster the “very strong relationship” which exists between the two nations.

  • Qatar 2022 World Cup logo with landmark projections

    Qatar is set to reveal the official logo of the 2022 World Cup with a worldwide media campaign that will kick off in Doha on Tuesday. The launch of the tournament’s emblem is seen as an important milestone for FIFA, the world governing body of football, and Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, which is tasked with the preparations for the event.

  • picture Qatar Indian musicians shows

    As part of the Qatar —­­India Year of Culture-2019, a three-member Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) cultural troupe will be staging a series of performances in Qatar to mesmerise audience with their musical symphony.

  • Qatar's cool pavement project

    The Public Works Authority in Qatar has implemented a pilot “cool pavement” project in the capital, Doha, which involves the use of a cryogenic material to reduce the temperature of the asphalt on roads.Unlike conventional asphalt, which contributes to increased temperatures by absorbing up to 95 percent of sunlight, the so-called “cool pavement” reflects UV rays and absorbs solar radiation to a lesser extent, thereby contributing to overall temperature reduction.

  • British expat Ryan in Qatar

    Today’s interview is with Ryan, a British expat who is living in Qatar.

  • Qatar landmark metro for public

    Initial operations of Doha Metro’s Red Line connecting 13 stations from al-Qassar to al-Wakrah get under way. Six years in the making, Qatar’s first-ever underground railway system has opened to the public, as the Gulf nation prepares to host the 2022 football World Cup.The Doha Metro Red Line started partial operations on Wednesday, running along the coast from al-Qassar district in the capital, Doha, to the southern city of al-Wakrah.

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