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|’Knowledge Without Borders’ To Purchase 65,000 Books From Sharjah International Book Fair 2009
’Knowledge Without Borders’, a Sharjah Government initiative hopes to nurture the habit of reading and extend knowledge among UAE national families in the emirate of Sharjah.
| AED 1 Million Etisalat Prize For Arab Children’s Literature Announced
Hundreds of entries were received from around the Arab world for the Etisalat Prize for Arab Children’s Literature, a key initiative of the Arab Children’s Book Publishers Forum.
|SCCI Calls For More Programs And Initiatives To Boost Sharjah’s Real Estate Sector
Mohammad Ahmed Amin said, "The real estate business group is given the important task of monitoring and analyzing Sharjah’s real estate segment.
|Air Arabia Launches New Website
This upgraded website provides a simple, user-friendly experience and includes a wide range of new and expanded features, making booking with Air Arabia easier and more efficient than ever.
|Sahara Centre & Azadea Group Sign Agreement To Introduce New Stores
Sahara Centre’s distinctive architectural design showcases a unique spacious environment with exquisite wide open spaces, natural lights and a serene ambience.
|Khalifa Orders Disbursing Of Dh1 Billion For Infrastructure Projects in Emirate Of Sharjah
The amount is part of the amounts earmarked for the development of the infrastructure projects in the Northern emirates.
|Longest Painting In The World To Make A Stopover In The UAE At Al Qasba
In order to effectively capture the qualities in this painting, select artists from around the world have been invited to contribute to the project.
|Sharjah Electricity Costs Doubled In Two Years
"If building owners in Sharjah had installed our system in 2007 they would now be reaping the rewards of those savings," said Markus Oberlin, General Manager of Farnek Avireal.
|SCCI Meets Local Manufacturing And Trade Representatives From Food And Consumer Goods Sector
The session focused on major topics revolving around the expansion of the food sector, business strategies and support for future trends, as well as development projects.
|Sharjah Museums Department Contributes To Global Ocean Conservation Initiative
"With knowledge on the components of marine debris, decision makers can make informed policy decisions that will eventually lead to managing marine and environmental pollution," added Almuhrizi.