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|Sharjah Launches ’Sharjah Environment Awareness Award’
The award is an ongoing competition created under the direction of H.H Sheikh Dr. Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qassimi, member of the Supreme Council of the United Arab Emirates and ruler of Sharjah.
|Sharjah Museums Department Hosts Nahar Marzooq’s ’Tunes Of Letters’ Exhibition At The Calligraphy Museum
Sharjah Museums Department (SMD) is hosting an exhibition of Saudi Arabian artist and calligrapher Nahar Marzooq under the theme, "Tunes of Letters" at the Sharjah Calligraphy Museum until February 16, 2011.
|Sharjah City Centre Hosts Festive Promotion
To celebrate the festive season, Sharjah City Centre is currently running a festive promotion for all its customers whereby it will reward 16 lucky shoppers a chance to win AED 5000 daily.
|Al Qasba Development Authority Honours Sponsors In A Special Ceremony
Al Qasba Development Authority has recently organized a special ’Gala Dinner’ in honour of its sponsors and partners who were major contributors in the success of the events held in 2010.
|Sahara Centre Opens Its Doors For Morning Walks
Sahara Centre - the leading family shopping and entertainment destination in the UAE and one of Sharjah’s prominent landmarks - has joined hands with Sharjah Ministry of Health to promote healthy living habits among the residents of UAE.
|ADIB Opens A New Branch In Sharjah
Through new branches, ADIB aims to enhance local presence to keep pace with the continued growth of its customer base and their geographic distribution in the UAE.
|Air Arabia Named Low Cost Airline Of The Year At Aviation Business Awards
Air Arabia, the first and largest low-cost carrier in the Middle East and North Africa, has been named "Low Cost Airline of the Year" at the prestigious Aviation Business Awards.
|Sharjah Museums Department Hosts ’Glimpses Of Courtly Splendour’ A Showcase Of Indian Islamic Art From The Salar Jung Museum In Hyderabad, India
Manal Ataya said: "Sharjah Museums Department is honoured to partner with Salar Jung museum to organize this special exhibition of Later Indian Art, shown outside India for the first time.
|’Bi Hosne Nyia’ And ’Romeo and Juliet’ Win University Theater Festival Awards
The remarks came after the Minister honoured the winners of the festival, which concluded last Tuesday evening and was attended by senior Arab and Emirati theater experts and university students.
|Sharjah Institute Of Technology (SIT) Says Preconception Hinders Vocational Education In GCC
Mustafa pointed out that individuals in the UK start working at the age of 17, whereas in the GCC the average age is 22 under best conditions.