- RSS Channel Showcase 9423705
- RSS Channel Showcase 1927907
- RSS Channel Showcase 5969247
- RSS Channel Showcase 2900956
Articles on this Page
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Man, son hurt in fi...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Hasa Modern princip...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Riyadh hospital hos...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Telangana Dy. CM as...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Building collapse t...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Calls for clinics i...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Courtyard preparing...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Jogging track opens...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Principals reject n...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Neighbors assault S...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _SR990m profit seen ...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Scarcity after boom
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Binaa Wa Amal schol...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Jeddah’s Al-Sharfia...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Easy Taxi offers fr...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Civic polls: 8,338 ...
- 09/08/15--14:00: _Makkah water projec...
- 09/09/15--14:00: _Woman shot dead ins...
- 09/09/15--14:00: _5-yr-old dead after...
- 09/09/15--14:00: _Schoolgirl faints a...
- 09/08/15--14:00: Man, son hurt in fire at home
- 09/08/15--14:00: Hasa Modern principal gets award from India prez
- 09/08/15--14:00: Telangana Dy. CM assures all help to returning NRIs
- 09/08/15--14:00: Building collapse termed an accident
- 09/08/15--14:00: Calls for clinics in malls, parks
- 09/08/15--14:00: Courtyard preparing food illegally sealed
- 09/08/15--14:00: Jogging track opens in Al-Rehab District
- 09/08/15--14:00: Principals reject new uniform for girl students
- 09/08/15--14:00: Neighbors assault Saudi for reporting their illegal deeds
- 09/08/15--14:00: SR990m profit seen for local Haj firms
- 09/08/15--14:00: Scarcity after boom
- 09/08/15--14:00: Binaa Wa Amal scholarships for Dar Al-Hekma students
- 09/08/15--14:00: Jeddah’s Al-Sharfiah District bemoans its glorious past
- 09/08/15--14:00: Easy Taxi offers free ride to women voters
- 09/08/15--14:00: Civic polls: 8,338 voters register in Makkah region
- 09/08/15--14:00: Makkah water project to be operational next year
- 09/09/15--14:00: Woman shot dead inside her home
- 09/09/15--14:00: 5-yr-old dead after locked inside car
- 09/09/15--14:00: Schoolgirl faints after false alarm
RIYADH — An Arab man and his son suffered severe burns after a fire broke out in their home here on Monday. Riyadh Civil Defense spokesman Capt. Mohammad Al-Hamadi said the fire was caused by a flammable solution used to clean the walls. The father, 50 years old, suffered from burns covering 45 percent of his body and the son, 12, suffered from burns cove
Syeda Amtul Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — Kazi Muhammad Siddique Haseeb, the principal of the Hasa Modern International School in Al Ahsa, was awarded the National Award 2014 for the best teacher. He received the National Award from the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee. Haseeb is the only person ch
Waleed Ijaz Awan RIYADH — As part of a strategy to encourage and motivate its multinational workforce, the Saudi German Hospital in Riyadh has been maintaining for several years the tradition of celebrating the national days of their countries each year. The practice was also aimed at increasing harmon
Saudi Gazette report HYDERABAD — Non-resident Indians (NRIs) in the Gulf countries and elsewhere will be provided all assistance when they come back home after retirement, deputy chief minister of Telangana said here recently. At a meeting to discuss the issues and problems being faced by the NRIs from Saudi
JEDDAH — The Civil Defense has said the death of a man in the recent building collapse in Old Jeddah was an accident. Omar Al-Samdani, a witness, said the house that collapsed was Al-Qishr House in the alleys of Al-Sham and Al-Mathloum but it wasn’t considered a historic buildi
JEDDAH — Some families in Jeddah are calling for emergency medical centers to be built in shopping centers and near parks so that people needing medical attention don’t have to waste time waiting for medical attention to arrive.
People injured or suffering medi
Badea Abu Al-Naja Saudi Gazette MAKKAH — The municipality has shut down a courtyard being used for preparing unlicensed food and distributing it to stores. Al-Umrah Municipality Chairman Luai Bin Jamal Ashour said around 3,000 kg of pastries, 20 large gas cylinders, 400 bags of incorrectly stored flou
Saleh Fareed Saudi Gazette JEDDAH — A 1,500-meter new jogging track, equipped with all service and health facilities including fitness equipment and benches, was inaugurated in the city’s Al-Rehab District on Monday. The track, betweem Umm Al-Qura Street and Al-Haramain Expressway, is part of a
Saudi Gazette report
JEDDAH — With several principals of girls' schools objecting to the new uniform rules set by the Ministry of Education, families of girl students find themselves in a bind.
Parents have expressed their dismay over the situation where principals of schools are insisting that studen
Saudi Gazette report
DAMMAM — A 38-year-old Saudi man was assaulted for reporting on his neighbors to the authorities, Makkah daily reported.
The victim said he was beaten up by two of his neighbors and administered electric shocks in front of his house.
“I am the CEO of a private compan
MAKKAH — Experts are predicting more than SR990 million in profits for local Haj companies this year, with pilgrims paying an average of SR5,500 according to the different Haj service levels the Haj Ministry has established, Al-Madina newspaper said. The ministry created three main service levels, with additional sub-sections, with charges ranging from SR
Khalaf Al-Harbe Okaz This is not the first time we are facing a difficult economic situation because of a sharp fall in oil prices. We have been in this state several times before. High oil prices pushed us into a "sudden" economic boom, during which our motto was "spend whatever you have in your pocket witho
Saudi Gazette report JEDDAH — Binaa Wa Amal, a division of Construction Products Holding Company (CPC), has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Dar Al-Hekma University to provide scholarships to students of architecture and interior design, and an allocation of a hall to display the company’s products and
Abdullah Rajih Al-Abdali
JEDDAH — Long considered an important part of Jeddah's vast and diversified culture, Al-Sharfiah District now has lost much of its sheen. The district, divided into three blocs, has become a den for all sorts of illegal activities with several residents expressing anger ov
RIYADH — As part of women empowerment during the municipal elections, Easy Taxi has embarked on a mission to make voting process for women much easier in a country where women are not allowed to drive. Eugen Brikcius, general manager of Easy Taxi Saudi Arabia said: “We believe as a company that supporting all positive activity i
Saudi Gazette report
MAKKAH — Voter registration for the upcoming municipal elections in Makkah and its suburbs, which started on Aug. 16, a week before other regions in the Kingdom, came to an end on Tuesday.
Mayor Osama Al-Bar, chairman of the local elections committee, said until Sunday a total of 8,338 v
Saudi Gazette report
MAKKAH — The first phase of the SR170 million strategic water storage project in Makkah will be completed by the end of the second quarter of next year with a capacity of 560,000 cubic meters, Al-Madina newspaper reported on Tuesday quoting a senior official of the National Water Company (NWC).
BAHA — A young woman was shot dead in her own house. Baha Police spokesman Col. Saad Tirad said the woman was shot only once and the gun used was owned by another member of the household. She was transported to a local hospital but she had already died. The police are still investigating the incident and no further details were available.
TAIF — A five-year-old boy died after being abandoned by his father in a locked car on Tuesday. Taif Health Directorate spokesman Siraj Al-Humaidan said a man walked into the Children's Hospital in complete devastation with the body of his son in his arms. The boy had already died and the father said he dropped his wife at her workplace and
BURAIDAH — A girl fainted after her school suspected a gas leakage. Buraidah Civil Defense reported a high school suspected there might be a gas leak in the school's laboratory. The school contacted the Civil Defense and evacuated the students according to the school's emergency evacuation plan. The Civil Defense checked the school laborator