Qatar Motor Show 2015 is Open

HE Jassim Saif Ahmed al-Sulaiti opening the motor show by cutting a ribbon. Picture: Shaji Kayamkulam.

HE Jassim Saif Ahmed al- Sulaiti, Minister of Transport, along with Issa bin Mohammed al- Mohannadi, chairman of Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) opened the 5th edition of Qatar International Motor Show at the Qatar National Convention Centre on Thursday.

The Motor Show, held under the patronage of HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani, the Prime Minister and the Minister of Interior, will be open to the public from Friday until Tuesday, February 10.

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5 Steps to a More Organized Life


1. Make an Appointment with Yourself. Schedule some “me time”. What you do with this time is up to you. Block out some time for writing, organizing, reading, or anything. It can be work related or it could be personal time at the spa or an hour at the park with your kids. If you get in the habit of marking these blocks of times for yourself in your calendar, you’ll find that your days will become more productive. Continue reading

Hard disks- data recovery


The first hard disks appeared on the market in 1956 and is made specifically for IBM computers. They were very large, reaching to weigh a few pounds. The market demand and need for high capacity storage devices data led over time to the introduction of embedded systems since the 1990s. Continue reading

How To Be Safe While Traveling Single

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If you want to meet new people, find a mate, increase your awareness, experience personal growth, lower your blood pressure or just relax. TRAVEL!
You can try an all-inclusive resort that will give you the safety of communal living, yet flexible enough to provide you with a detail experience of your chosen destination. You can increase your experience encounters by signing up for tours offered by your resort. These mega resorts offer tours for shopping, sightseeing, night life, educational and adventure. Continue reading

Health Benefits for Chai Drinkers


What is Chai Tea?
“Chai” actually means “tea” in Hindi, so calling “chai” “chai tea” is actually rather redundant. However, marketers in the western world thought that “chai tea” would help them sell the “new” product to the western market. Chai is actually centuries old, with its origins in India. Generally, it is a milky, spiced tea made with black tea, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, cloves, pepper, and various other spices. It is usually sweetened – most commonly with sugar, but some drinkers prefer honey. There is not a universal recipe for chai, as different drinkers like it different ways, so the spice list can change depending on who’s making it. Continue reading

Safe Driving Tips


Handy Tips To Keep In Mind To Make Driving Enjoyable

* It is better to get to your destination in one piece than never at all.

* Think of your family and loved ones when you drive, will they get to see you again at the end of the day? Continue reading

Motorcycle Vs. Car – Myth or Madness

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Motorcycle riders often get an unjustified reputation as being reckless, risk takers, and that they generally disobey traffic laws. This perception is unfounded and there are many statistics that back up the fact that most motorcycle accidents are not the fault of the motorcycle rider, but that of another driver. Continue reading

How To Buy A Luxury Car For Peanuts?


The auto auction is where many used car dealers go to find deals for their company. This usually consists of the used car sales manager heading to the auto auction and buying the cars that he or she thinks will turn the biggest profit for their dealership. These auto auctions usually take place about once a week, and can be attended by only authorized car dealers. This is not the same as a car auction which can be attended by the general public. The main purpose of this sort of auto auction is to allow car dealers to buy and sell used cars for their lot. Continue reading

Where does the fat goes when losing weight?


Despite a worldwide obsession with diets and fitness regimes, many health professionals cannot correctly answer the question of where body fat goes when people lose weight, a UNSW Australia study shows.

The most common misconception among doctors, dieticians and personal trainers is that the missing mass has been converted into energy or heat.
“There is surprising ignorance and confusion about the metabolic process of weight loss,” says Professor Andrew Brown, head of the UNSW School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences. Continue reading