The Ministry of Interior has announced the launch of the Qatar Digital Id card (QDI) app on the App Store. Phase one will include services such as verifying the digital identity and offering an easy way to log into the services on the Minist..
Singer KK, 53, collapsed at the hotel where he was staying after a concert in Kolkata's Nazrul Mancha auditorium. Doctor at CMRI hospital said the singer was brought dead Singer KK died hours after a concert in Kolkata today. His official Inst..
Britain's Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has told airlines to stop selling tickets for flights they cannot staff after a spate of cancellations caused widespread disruption for holidaymakers. Airports across Europe have struggled to cope wit..
Qatar ID (QID) card is an important Qatari document service for the citizens or residents of Qatar. The number on the QID expresses the holder’s nationality, age, etc. However, if you are new in Qatar whether for working or living, you might be..
A Pakistani woman separated from her family during the 1947 Partition met her Indian brothers for the first time last month after 75 years. Mumtaz Bibi, who was separated from her Sikh family during the turmoil, met her brothers Gurmukh Singh and ..
On the second day of the Milipol Qatar 2022 at Doha Exhibition and Convention Center in Doha, the Milipol Qatar organizing committee announced 5 deals in a press conference with various Qatari and international companies taking part in the 14th editi..
The pavilion of the Ministry of Interior at Milipol Qatar 2022 is one of largest pavilions participating in this year's edition with a wide distinguished participation of the various departments affiliated with the Ministry. The Ministry's..
The European tour of HH the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani represents a new stage in the development of Qatar's relations with countries of the world. HH the Amir's tour aims at strengthening Qatar's relations with friendly Europ..
President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that he was glad some foreign companies had left Russia because home-grown businesses could take their place, and he warned the West that Moscow would still find ways to acquire advanced technology and luxury..