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We have Positive Relationship with Qatar Museum Authority and the QSAP Project, Interview (2-2)

We have Positive Relationship with Qatar Museum Authority and the QSAP Project, Interview (2-2)

The Meroitic town of Hamadab was situated just three kilometers south of Meroë city. It was a common ‘non-royal’ town, but probably related to the capital by economic and personal links. Its temple and two steal bearing a long Meroitic inscription of Queen Amanirenas have been unearthed by John Garstang in 1914. Excavations and geophysical [...]

Ford Environmental Grants 2013 edition launched via Facebook

Ford Environmental Grants 2013 edition launched via Facebook

Ford Motor Company’s Conservation and Environmental Grants, the longest-running private initiative of its kind in the region, is making use of the popular social media channel Facebook to launch the 2013 edition, where applicants are welcome to apply through a special application. Once again, a total of $100,000 are available to deserving [...]

Charles and Camilla brush up on their art skills during painting session

Charles and Camilla brush up on their art skills during painting session

The royals obliged and shared a joke with their young charges as the group painted together. Charles and Camilla were touring the workshop of the School of Prince Charles for Traditional Arts, an endeavor which is organised by the British Council. The royal couple are currently on the second leg of a tour of the Middle East taking in Qatar, [...]

Tasmeem explores ‘hybrid making’

Tasmeem explores ‘hybrid making’

The biennial international design conference Tasmeem Doha 2013, hosted by Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar (VCUQatar), is concluding on Sunday with a keynote address by globally acclaimed architect Rem Koolhaas. Being held under the theme “Hybrid Making”, the workshops and labs components of the eight-day event, organised in [...]

Essential Afternoon Round-Up: March 14, 2013

Essential Afternoon Round-Up: March 14, 2013

Today’s picture is of the Prince of Wales having a go on a simulator as he visits the Qatar Science and Technology Park, in Doha, Qatar. The royal couple are on the second leg of a tour of the Middle East taking in Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Oman. Among the top stories for Coventry and Warwickshire, there are High Court moves to place [...]

Emirates, Thai, Southwest claim top ACE Awards

Emirates, Thai, Southwest claim top ACE Awards

Emirates SkyCargo, Thai Airways and Southwest Airlines won Diamond Awards, the top award given, at Air Cargo World’s Air Cargo Excellence (ACE) awards ceremony held Thursday at the Sheraton Hotel in Doha, Qatar. Carriers were given scores for customer service, performance, value and information technology. Ten airports from around the world [...]

DM Healthcare signs first ASTER Hospital in Qatar

DM Healthcare signs first ASTER Hospital in Qatar

DM Healthcare, healthcare conglomerate in the Middle East and India, has announced strengthening their operations in Qatar through their first ASTER Hospital project in the country to be commissioned by 2015. Marking the completion of DM Healthcare's Silver Jubilee Celebrations and a decade of excellence service in Qatar, the upcoming ASTER [...]

‘Made in Qatar’ coach unveiled by Mowasalat

‘Made in Qatar’ coach unveiled by Mowasalat

DOHA: Mowasalat launched its first bus that was fully assembled in Qatar by the company’s technicians. The technical team at the Karwa Services Unit (KSU) assembled the 41-seat “Made in Qatar” coach from a complete set of imported spare parts. This is the first of a series of prototypes being developed by Mowasalat as part of its [...]

Documenting moments in photographs

Documenting moments in photographs

With the advent of new technology, people who take to photography have been aplenty in Qatar, but only a few have the courage to take it seriously as a profession. Getting around the city during weekends, it is but common to see many people armed with cameras taking snapshots of Doha’s impressive natural and man-made tourist spots. It is [...]

RACP would like a piece of the ePIP pie

RACP would like a piece of the ePIP pie

The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) is calling on the federal government to extend the eHealth Practice Incentives Program (ePIP) to medical specialists, saying it would encourage the use of eHealth technologies by physicians both in rural and metro settings. In its 2013-2014 federal budget submission to the Department of Health [...]

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