doha Archive

Ooredoo Takes the Lead in Connecting Women

Achieves industry recognition for ongoing efforts to grow the female digital economy in Myanmar Doha, Qatar / Yangon,Myanmar –Ooredoo today announces that itwas awarded the GSMA’s Connected Women: Leadership in Industry Award for its work to empower women in Myanmar.  The ceremony was hosted during Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Ooredoo has worked to grow

TRACCS LAUNCHES “ENRICH”, COMMUNICATIONS TRAINING FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR ACROSS MENA

Kuwait – June 10, 2013 – TRACCS, one of the region’s leading and largest public relations networks, has diversified its offering with the introduction of a dedicated communications training division, ENRICH powered by TRACCS. The new regional division provides a wide range of interactive training intensives in Arabic, English and French conducted by seasoned, accredited

Finance Minister Leaves Today for Five Day Foreign Visit to UK, France and Qatar: to Hold Discussions on Various Bilateral and Investment Related Issues

The Union Finance Minister, Shri P. Chidambaram left today for five day three nation tour of UK, France and Qatar. During the first leg of his foreign visit, the Finance Minister will arrive in London today evening. The Finance Minister Shri Chidambaram who is leading the Indian delegation, will participate in the Sixth Ministerial India

CoP18, Doha: An assessment. A Gateway that leads nowhere – Sunita Narain on the Doha outcome

It was a nail-biting end that came in a no-ball game. For the past 20 years, the world has been haggling about who will cut greenhouse gas emissions and how much. In the same 20 years, the science of climate change has become more certain. The world is beginning to witness what the future will

Doha – Greenpeace warns government ministers to drop loopholes in climate deal

Governments must increase ambition on emissions cuts and climate finance Doha, December 3, 2012 – As ministers arrive at climate talks in the Qatari capital Doha, Greenpeace urged European countries not to take the side of Poland and Russia in a battle over whether to maintain the Kyoto Protocol’s biggest loophole and to make real