Illegal Parking at the Mosque will now attract a fine of QR300

fine of QR300 will be imposed on the vehicles which are found to be parked illegally at the mosque’s parking space during non-prayer hours. This step is taken to penalize the violators who do not respect the rights of the worshippers. Further implementation of this rule will avoid misuse of mosque’s parking space during off prayer time said the General Directorate of Traffic in a joint effort with the Minis ...

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Wissam Al Mana and Janet Jackson become proud parents to Eissa

Qatari Wissam Al Mana and American pop star Janet Jackson have become the proud parents of a baby boy named Eissa, according to their publicist. It is Janet jackson’s first child, at the age of 50. “Janet Jackson and husband Wissam Al Mana are thrilled to welcome their new son Eissa Al Mana into the world,” the singer's representative said in a statement. “Janet had a stress-free, healthy delivery and is re ...

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‘Putin is DEAD’ Shock claims Vlad was killed YEARS ago and Russia led by ‘body double’

VLADIMIR Putin was killed in a plot by the CIA and MI6 and replaced with a body double who still leads Russia, according to astonishing claims. Russia’s hardman leader Vlad is not the man we all thought him to be according to shocking theories which state the former KGB spook has actually been dead since 2014. Putin has remained a thorn in the side of the West as he made it his mission to return Russia to g ...

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A flight was delayed after someone named their Wi-Fi hotspot ‘Samsung Galaxy Note 7’

Here's an easy way to infuriate a lot of people very quickly: Re-name your smartphone's Wi-Fi hotspot "Samsung Galaxy Note 7" and try and catch a flight. The BBC reports that's exactly what happened on a flight from San Francisco to Boston this week. While the Virgin Airlines plane was mid-flight, cabin crew noticed that one of the available Wi-Fi networks was called "Samsung Galaxy Note7_1097." The Galaxy ...

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PREDICTION: ‘The internet will shut down for 24 hours next year’

It’s December — that time of the year when many industry experts make all sorts of predictions for the year ahead. But one prophecy caught Business Insider’s eye: the whole internet will shut down for 24 hours. The dire forecast comes from US technology security vendor LogRhythm. According to the company’s chief information security officer and vice president James Carder, it won’t just be a technical issue ...

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New video emerges of Russian envoy shooting

A new video has emerged showing the moment before the Russian ambassador to Turkey was gunned down. The video, published by Turkish Dogan News agency, shows the shooter – known as Mevlut Mert Aydintas – pacing behind ambassador Andrey Karlov as the Russian envoy delivers a speech at an art gallery on Monday. The gunman is seen taking his gun out of his jacket, aims at the ambassador and fires his gun. ...

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SL maid left Singapore as a businesswoman

A Sri Lankan woman, Nilushika Jayaweera came to Singapore to work as a maid in 2001 and 15 years later, she left as an entrepreneur. The 36-year-old now buys tea leaves from gardens in Sri Lanka and boxes them for sale to some 500 international customers. She was back in town recently to join a growing list of inspirational speakers on the TED Talks circuit. Other speakers have included tech giant Bill Gate ...

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Qatar National Day celebrations cancelled

Qatar has decided to cancel Qatar National Day celebration in solidarity with the people of Aleppo. Emir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani announced the decision to cancel the Qatar National Day (QND) celebrations, QNA reportred. Qatar is reportedly preparing to heavily scale down national day celebrations in solidarity with the people suffering in the Syrian city of Aleppo. All activities on the Corniche ...

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Pakistan Plane Crash: Pakistani plane carrying more than 40 people aboard crashes near Havelian.

Atleast 47 passengers have been feared dead as a Pakistan International Airlines plane flying from Chitral has reportedly crashed on Wednesday en route to Islamabad from the northern city of Chitral.   Flight PK-661 with 47 passengers went missing near Abbottabad while it was on its way to Islamabad. The flight departed from Chitral around 3:30pm and was expected to land at Islamabad’s Benazir Bhutto I ...

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No NOC, No BAN, No BARS to exit -Qatar Kafala Sponsorship Changes to take Effect on DEC. 13, 2016 –

No doubt that the labour market is anxiously waiting for the new law of entry, exit and residency to be enforced in December 2016. All are waiting with different feelings, anxiety and concepts. Employers have a careful feelings, while the workers have optimistic hopes. Qatar has completed the preparation for the regulations of the law regulating the entry and exit of expatriates and it will come into effect ...

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