EASING HARDSHIP: Madinah Gov. Prince Faisal bin Salman, accompanied by Adnan Al-Mazroue, president of Taibah University, tours an exhibition of Haj services being organized by the various government agencies at a building near the Prophet’s Mosque on Wednesday. Picture on the right shows, Prince Faisal visiting the pavilion of the National Guard Ministry. (AN photos by Yousuf Mohammed)
The Interior Ministry issued a statement on Sunday about the rehabilitation of 120 drug addicts and announced that they will perform Haj this year with the support of the Interior Ministry.
Amid fears of an epidemic looming large in the flood hit Kashmir valley in India, heads and representatives of around 20 Riyadh-based Indian organizations collectively urged Indian Prime Minister Nare
The surging fees of some private schools have caused some parents to complain of added financial burden.
A citizen in Al-Baha has launched an e-store in cooperation with the Agricultural Affairs to promote the sale of pomegranates.
Field inspectors of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry have uncovered some 45,000 adulterated Dettol packs in a warehouse located in a house in Deera District, central Riyadh, local media said.
As pilgrims flock to Madinah to pray at the Prophet’s Mosque, they are amazed at the scale of the renovations taking place at the holy site.
A school which was under construction in the Ishbilia residential district in Riyadh has been abandoned for two years and is now posing a hazard to the residents in the neighborhood.
Members of a popular Filipino civic and patriotic organization met in the Saudi capital last week to discuss various issues and projects.
In a bid to end the recurring water shortage in Jeddah, the National Water Company (NWC) has launched a SR2.2 billion strategic reserve project to store 6 million cubic meters of water in the city.
Riyadh police have arrested a gang of eight Asians involved in 30 cases of copper cable theft.
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