Municipal and Rural Affairs Minister Prince Mansour bin Miteb (3rd from right) is shown a model of thermally insulated buildings during the opening of the Saudi Energy Efficiency Forum and Exhibition 2014, being held at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Center. (AN photo by Khaled Al Khamees)
A visitor gets a briefing on the product of one exhibitor at the thermal insulation exhibition in Riyadh on Tuesday. (AN photo by Khaled Al-Khamees)
Visitors view a replica of a thermally insulated city at the thermal insulation exhibition in Riyadh on Tuesday. (AN photo by Khaled Al-Khamees)
Various companies are showcasing their products at the thermal insulation exhibition in Riyadh. (AN photo by Khaled Al-Khamees)
An insulated building construction block is demonstrated during the exhibition. (AN photo by Khaled Al-Khamees)
The number of Saudi vacationers spending their holidays abroad will increase sixfold by 2030, a local study revealed.
The Kingdom gears up to host the first Global Business Entrepreneurship Forum (GEF) with the presence of an elite group of international and Gulf speakers.
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah has instructed the Ministry of Social Affairs to pay the treatment costs of people with disabilities at rehabilitation centers.
Several relatives of Abdullah Alkadi, the Saudi scholarship student in the US whose body was found late on Thursday more than a month after he went missing, are flying to Los Angeles, California, to b
Riyadh police on Friday arrested 365 foreigners overstaying their visas in the second operation in a week.
Officials of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in Jazan recently seized large quantities of adulterated and low-quality rice from a warehouse run by illegal workers.
An American court has approved a woman’s plea to get a divorce from her Saudi husband via e-mail after the man left the country with her three kids and prevented her from seeing them.
The Hyderabad-based Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) made a spectacular entry into Maharashtra by winning two assembly seats.
More than 16,000 employees have quit their jobs in the Civil Services in the period starting from the beginning of the year up to September 2014, according to a report by the Ministry of Civil Service
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