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· March, 2009

Stories about Qatar from March, 2009

Qatar: Rain and Hail

Qatar had rain and hail. Here's the latest buzz from Qatar Living.

Global Recession Survey: Survival Tips and Business Opportunities

Everybody is trying hard to cope with the global economic crisis. Bloggers are offering survival tips to their readers. Businesses around the world are adjusting. Some are even profiting from...

Qatar: Lost in the Carpark

Christian San Juan, a Filipino based in Qatar, reminds us how easy it is to forget where your car is in a large carpark.

Qatar: The Museum of Islamic Art

Bint battuta in bahrain visits the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha and offers her observations and photographs here. Dubai-based The Bohemians also visited the museum and posted this photograph.

Qatar: Cooking for Purim

Jocelyn is an American living in Qatar, who loves cooking: “There's just something about living in a Muslim country that means the Jewish holidays seem to sneak up on me…...

Qatar: Unpeg the Gulf Currency from the US Dollar

Qatari Ali Al Jaber has formed a Facebook group entitled Unpeg the new Gulf currency from the dollar (Peg it to gold).

Qatar: Thoughts on the Fourth Al Jazeera Forum

bint battuta in bahrain attended the Fourth Al Jazeera Forum in Doha, Qatar, and registers her impressions in this post.

Qatar: www turns 20

The World Wide Web turned 20 on Friday. Mohamed Nanabhay, based in Doha, Qatar, reminisces on the occasion. Click on the link to see his interview with Al Jazeera.

Qatar: The Job Interview

Qatari blogger Aisha describes her experience at a job interview – where she was offered the job, turned it down, then changed her mind.

Qatar: The nature of exploitation

Qatari blogger ALFARES writes a thoughtful post [Ar] about self-interest, and the tendency of most people to exploit others.

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