Students of the International Indian School-Riyadh (IISR), Girl’s Section, organized an exhibition recently in the capital city to showcase their skills and products.
Store owners and neighbors in Al-Khumrah have raised their voices to protest the dire environmental situation they face in the area, because of accumulating waste that closed down many streets and dea
Young people in Jeddah are proving that age is no barrier to giving back to society, by putting smiles on children’s faces.
For the girls of International Indian School, Jeddah (IISJ), the fifth annual conference of Dar Al-Hekma Model United Nations was “an enriching” experience.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Madinah City launched recently the Madinah Festival for shopping and entertainment, in which more than 120 exhibitors from Madinah and its provinces, have parti
The multibillion-riyal Riyadh metro project has already seen hundreds of Saudi graduates employed and trained, said Riyadh Gov. Prince Turki bin Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz.
Several religious leaders in Saudi Arabia have slammed those who killed 149 people in an attack on a Pakistan school.
The Saudi Organization for Certified Public Accountants (SOCPA) will sign up an American firm next month to check the education qualifications of expatriates seeking accreditation to practice in the K
Under the patronage of Abdul Latif Al-Zayani, secretary general of the Gulf Cooperation Council, the Federation of GCC Chambers will be organizing the closing ceremony of the 2nd Gulf campaign for the
In a new development, the Ministry of Transport has made it mandatory for taxi firms to install communication and tracking systems in their vehicles in order to reduce and eventually put an end to cab
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