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International sports stars share mental health issues at WISH webinar

International sports stars share mental health issues at WISH webinar

Mental struggles have been major hurdles at several high level competitions, affecting their performances, noted some leading sports stars at a webinar organised by the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) ...

WCM-Q faculty continue to share their research and knowledge with the world

WCM-Q faculty continue to share their research and knowledge with the world

Faculty and staff at Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar (WCM-Q) ensure they are staying abreast of the latest advances in their field despite the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Ukrainian food products occupying bigger share of Qatari market, says business council executive

Ukrainian food products occupying bigger share of Qatari market, says business council executive

Present global challenges have created export opportunities for major players in Ukraine’s agro-industrial sector whose products have taken a wide presence in the Qatari market ...

Qatar Airways' share of international traffic over triple its nearest competitor in April

Qatar Airways' share of international traffic over triple its nearest competitor in April

New independent data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) clearly reaffirms “Qatar Airways as the airline that worked diligently to take people home safely and reliably” during the pandemic crisis.

Experts share innovation and technology at Qatargas’ 16th Engineering Forum

Experts share innovation and technology at Qatargas’ 16th Engineering Forum

Qatargas recently hosted the 16th Engineering Forum, which brought together more than 500 engineering experts from the oil and gas industry and academia.

Qataris to share experiences of life abroad

Qataris to share experiences of life abroad

Qatar National Library will host an informative public event focusing on “The Qatari Experience Abroad” on August 3.

India to stop its share of Indus waters from flowing to Pakistan

India to stop its share of Indus waters from flowing to Pakistan

India has decided to stop its share of waters from the tributaries of the Indus river from flowing into Pakistan, federal Water Resources Minister Nitin Gadkari said Thursday.

Facebook, Google to share ‘unexpected incidents’ with Dhaka

Facebook, Google to share ‘unexpected incidents’ with Dhaka

Facebook, Google and Microsoft have agreed to share information related to any “unexpected incidents”