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Hilton Worldwide underlined its commitment to growth in Saudi Arabia with the announcement of two key appointments to its KSA-based executive team. Comment?
... been doing, not drinking, dancing and singing." It is believed the Prophet Mohammed was born in 570AD in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, and was the final prophet from God. Previous prophets include Jesus and Moses. Dr Fahim said: "Mohammed was the final ... Comment?
Homes, mosques, dargahs and madrassas were decked with flags and banners to mark the birthday of the founder of Islam, Prophet Mohammed. Comment?
Mumbai: The stage is set for the celebrations of the birthday of Prophet Mohammed in India, a pre-independence tradition to unite Hindus and Muslims against the British, with over half a million people likely to participate in a procession here. Comment?
The stage is set for the celebrations of the birthday of Prophet Mohammed in India, a pre-independence tradition to unite Hindus and Muslims against the British, with over half a million people likely to participate in a procession here Friday. Comment?
Saudi Arabia on Wednesday beheaded an Afghan man convicted of drug trafficking, the Interior Ministry announced. Comment?
Rotana has made a host of new appointments among its top managerial staff with the aim of streamlining its operations ahead of a major expansion drive in 2013. Comment?
The Saudi health ministry plans to spend more than SR460m to build six new specialised dental centres in six major regions in the kingdom, Arab News has reported. Comment?
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 16 -- The Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation wants Malaysian businesses to further explore the Saudi Arabian market which offers abundant opportunities through the country's Ninth Five-Year Development Plan that has a budget allocation of US$385.1 billion . Comment?
Luxury hotel chain, Sofitel has announced plans to expand its regional footprint in the Middle East and Africa within the next two years, Gulf News has reported. Comment?
Rotana, the leading hotel management company in the Middle East and Africa, yesterday announced a slew of new appointments and postings of its top managerial talent aimed at further streamlining its operations and maximizing the utilization of its human resources ahead of a major expansion drive in 2013. Comment?
... go for Haj. I pray to god that we get an opportunity to go to Haj," she added. Umrah is a pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, and it can be done any time of the year. However, for Haj people travel to the same place, but only during Eid-ul-azha. One ... 1 comment
The Custodian of Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia, has appointed female members to the Consultative Council for the first time, naming 30 of them to the 150-member advisory body. Comment?
Rotana, one of the leading hotel management companies in the Middle East and Africa, announced the official opening of Al Ghurair Rayhaan and Al Ghurair Arjaan by Rotana in the heart of Deira, one of Dubai's busiest tourism and commercial districts, taking the company's total number of properties in Dubai to 15 - the highest of any operator in the ... (more) Comment?
Al Salem Johnson Controls , a joint venture between Al Salem group of companies and Johnson Controls International, has signed an agreement with King Abdullah Economic City to purchase and establish their largest manufacturing facility and training center at the Industrial Valley in King Abdullah Economic City. Comment?
The municipality of Jeddah has awarded more than SR1.9bn in contracts for different projects across the city, Saudi Gazette has reported. Comment?
Economists have estimated the Kingdom's revenues from Haj and Umrah services in 2012 at more than SR 62 billion , 10 percent up from 2011 figures. Comment?
RIYADH: Economists in Saudi Arabia have estimated the Kingdom's revenues from Haj and Umrah services in 2012 at more than SR 62 billion , 10 percent up from 2011 figures. Comment?
The Saudi Commission for Tourism & Antiquities has said the entry of foreign airline operators is expected to end the flight reservation crisis in six major tourist cities, especially for domestic vacations, Arab News has reported. Comment?
In this Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011 file photo, Muslim women pilgrims make their way to throw cast stones at a pillar, symbolizing the stoning of Satan, in a ritual called "Jamarat," the last rite of the annual hajj, in Mina near the Saudi holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Comment?