World Cup

Qatar’s HIA launches unique walking art tour for passengers

Qatar – Discover Qatar, Hamad International Airport (HIA) and Qatar Museums have debuted ‘Discover the Art of the Airport’, a unique walking tour through where guests can view impressive sculptures and art installations by artists from around the world. Under the patronage of Sheikha Al Mayassa Bint Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani, Chairperson of Qatar …

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Qatar gets help from neighboring countries for 2022 FIFA World Cup

Qatar is gearing up for a World Cup tourism boom as the tiny Gulf state prepares to welcome more than a million soccer fans. One complication: Many of them can’t or won’t stay there. An accommodation squeeze and low tolerance for alcohol and partying in the conservative Muslim nation means tens of thousands of fans …

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Qatar gears up for FIFA WC tourism boom, to welcome over 1 mn football fans

Qatar is gearing up for a FIFA World Cup tourism boom as the tiny Gulf state prepares to welcome more than a million soccer fans. One complication: many of them can’t or won’t stay there. An accommodation squeeze and low tolerance for alcohol and partying in the conservative Muslim nation means tens of thousands of …

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Dubai tourism holds roadshow in Kerala, expects more Indians to visit Gulf | travel

PTI | | Posted by Zarafshan ShirazKochi Dubai is witnessing a lot of potential in connection with stopover tourism and plans to encourage it, Bader Ali Habib, the Head of South Asia International Operations of the Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism said. Habib, who was here as part of the Dubai Department of economy …

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Lack of communication from CoA may cost India World Cup- The New Indian Express

Express News Service CHENNAI: INDIA could be in serious danger of being stripped off the right to host the 2023 FIH men’s World Cup. The fate of the quadrennial event, set to be co-hosted by Rourkela and Bhubaneswar from January 13, 2023, could hinge on a planned meeting between an FIH delegation and India’s stakeholders, …

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