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National Day Celebrations everything you need to know

About Qatar National Day Qatar National day is celebrated on 18th of December every year, it is a National holiday which was established on 21st June 2007 decree of the crown prince and Heir apparent Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, it is also known as founders day  Qatar National day is a national commemoration of its unification in 1879 , EVENTS Qatar National Day Parade 6.00 AM in the morning  at Corniche road, People can watch the parade of Military, Amiri guards and many other Govermnetal bodies, also aerial and sea display Air show at Corniche, Aspire Park, Darb Al saai, Katara, Corniche  Darb Al Saai at All Sadd, one of tha major attraction of QND, its will start from December 9 to 204 showcasing different tents by different entitles, food court tent with stalls which sells traditional Qatari foods, Playing & fun areas for childres, different tents for educational purpos etc.. watch video Fireworks Show  at corniche and Katar, Gaint fire works show with musi

No Need of Driving Test for Licence Holders from Five Countries

No Need of Driving Test for Licence Holders from Five Countries Holders of driving licences from the UK, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina, South Korea, and Malaysia are now eligible to get a Qatari driving licence without any tests, it is learnt. The new rule exempts qualified applicants from enrolling at driving schools and from taking theory and practical tests, according to sources. Sources noted that applicants are not required to present their passports except for a Qatari ID and the original copy of the driving licence from any of the five countries. According to the UK embassy in Doha, it received a confirmation from Qatari authorities on August 29 saying that holders of a valid UK driving licence are permitted to drive in Qatar (using this licence) for 12 months from the day they arrived. “This applies to both visitors and residents, once a residence permit has been issued,” the embassy stated in a post. The embassy recommends that those intending to drive usin