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Saturday, September 18, 2021

Reem Saad


This year’s first harvest of Qatari dates now on sale

Speaking to Doha News yesterday, one vendor said Ikhlas is the top-selling date so far, followed by Shishi, which people prefer to eat when the fruit is half-ripe – both yellow and brown.

Qatar ministry stresses water safety for beachgoers

The advice comes days after 45-year-old Indian expat Thomas John drowned while swimming late at night with friends at a beach south of Doha.

Eid entertainment at Asian Town a balm for Qatar’s homesick

The event was a bit of a cultural hodgepodge, with Indian, Sri Lankan, Nepalese and Korean communities all showcasing their talents, as the crowd danced and sang along.

New security measures at Qatar’s Hamad Airport catch many off-guard

The airport has not commented on the new measures and it is unclear how long they will be in place.

Five things to see at Qatar’s new Muhammad Ali exhibition

From iconic boxing gloves to a championship ring to a letter refusing to fight in the Vietnam War, as well as footage and photos from Muhammad Ali's bout in Qatar, there is plenty to see at this new MIA exhibition.

Photographer documents a disappearing Musheireb, one walk at a time

"My photography is not so much about shedding light, to tell others that these people live here and what not, it’s really more about appreciating their existence," Al Tamimi said.

Six beauty salons in Qatar shut for expired products

They include well-known hairdressers Jacques Dessange Paris, on the Salwa Road and the popular Nara Salon on Al Waab Street, the Ministry of Economy and Commerce said.

Despite Qatar heat, construction workers find will to fast

But speaking to Doha News this week, Khamis's colleague Hassan explained they continue to do so because “This is all for our faith. All for Allah (God)."
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