Qatar’s food and beverage sector is getting a further boost with the “Chefs of Qatar Virtual Food Festival”, expanding its reach while keeping everyone safe from amidst the global coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, it is learnt.
The International Walking Football Federation (IWFF) of Asia and Qatar continues to encourage several countries to join one of the fastest growing sport concepts in the world.
Qatar Museums (QM) has announced that all its museums will be closed until further notice.
Six individuals who were involved in vandalising the iconic 'East West/West East' installation by internationally acclaimed artist Richard Serra in the past two months, have been apprehended by Qatari authorities, according to Qatar Museums (QM).
Qatar will continue supporting international efforts to reach a lasting political solution to end the Syrian crisis, HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani has said.
Agrico, a private Qatari agricultural development company established in 2011, aims to produce around 800 tonnes of fresh shrimps and fish (tilapia) annually, boosting the country’s food security efforts.
Qatar has started exporting its hydroponics farming technology in the region, proving its growing advancement in this field, prominent Qatari agriculturist and Agrico managing director Nasser Ahmed al-Khalaf has said.
A Doha-based artist has expressed optimism that Artificial Intelligence (AI), as well as digital art, are expected to flourish in Qatar and the region due to the burgeoning art scene and artists’ huge interest in emerging technologies.
There is no more data