Malabar Gold & Diamonds unveils summer offers

Updated 10 June 2019

Malabar Gold & Diamonds unveils summer offers

Indian jewelry retailer Malabar Gold & Diamonds has unveiled new offers to celebrate the onset of summer.
The “Sparkling Summer” campaign will run at all Malabar Gold outlets in Saudi Arabia until July 20.
The company is giving a chance to its customers to win gold bars with every gold and diamond jewelry purchase.
With every purchase, customers get a chance to enter raffle draws to win a 100-gram gold bar each in 10 raffle draws. In addition, customers also receive a one-gram gold coin on every diamond jewelry purchase worth SR3,000 ($800) and above.
The brand is also selling 8-gram gold coins with absolutely no making charges during this period.
Furthermore, customers can avail themselves of the zero deduction offer on 22-carat gold jewelry exchange.
To add more sparkle to the summer season, the retailer has unveiled the latest collection of jewelry in gold, diamonds and precious gems to suit the tastes of their multicultural and multinational customers.
Malabar Gold & Diamonds has incorporated these designs as a part of various brands presented at the store, namely Ethnix — Handcrafted Designer Jewelry, Era — Uncut Diamond Jewelry, Mine — Diamonds Unlimited, Divine — Indian Heritage Jewelry and Precia — Gem Jewelry.
Malabar Gold & Diamonds is the flagship company of Malabar Group, a diversified Indian business conglomerate.
Established in 1993 in the Indian state of Kerala, Malabar Gold today has a strong retail network of 250 outlets spread across 10 countries, 14 wholesale units, offices, design centers and factories spread across India, the Middle East, the Far East and the US. With an annual turnover of $4.51 billion, the company is one of the largest jewelry retailers globally.
The group also operates MGD Lifestyle Jewellery, a retail concept offering trendy and light-weight jewelry for independent and modern women.


Khalaf Al Habtoor extends timely medical assistance to Lebanese hospitals

Updated 05 August 2020

Khalaf Al Habtoor extends timely medical assistance to Lebanese hospitals

  • Al Habtoor will arrange one-month’s worth of urgent medical supplies for hospitals in the country that have more than 1,000 beds
  • The Khalaf Al Habtoor Hospital at Hrar in northern Lebanon will open up auxiliary treatment support for patients who are unable to be accommodated in Beirut hospitals

DUBAI: Khalaf Al Habtoor, the founding chairman of Al Habtoor Group (AHG), based in the UAE, is reaching out with timely aid for the Lebanese people after the massive explosion at a Beirut port on Tuesday, August 4, that devastated many neighborhoods, leaving more than a hundred dead people and thousands injured.

Al Habtoor, known for his philanthropic activities in the UAE and abroad, said he will extend all possible efforts within his means to aid the affected people in Lebanon as a first step of a multi-pronged assistance plan. As a first step, Al Habtoor will arrange one-month’s worth of urgent medical supplies for hospitals in the country that have more than 1,000 beds. The hospitals to be aided through this initiative include Haroun Hospital, Al Makasid Hospital, Levant Hospital, Rizk Hospital, Rafic Hariri Hospital, Hotel Dieu Hospital and the Khalaf Al Habtoor Hospital, Hrar.

Additionally, the Khalaf Al Habtoor Hospital at Hrar in northern Lebanon will open up auxiliary treatment support for patients who are unable to be accommodated in Beirut hospitals, conducting at least 100 operations for those injured in the explosion. To help those who require much needed recovery and recuperation assistance, the hospital will also rent out a nearby hotel, which will act as a temporary off-site field hospital for post-operative care and treatment.

More than 300,000 people have been left homeless by the blast, which tore through several dozen neighborhoods close to the port area, razing several buildings and shattering glass windows in a much wider area outside the blast zone. Two hotels owned by Habtoor Hospitality in Beirut, Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand and Hilton Metropolitan Palace, have been damaged in the fallout of the explosion.

Al Habtoor said: “The country and people of Lebanon have always had a special place in my heart. This explosion which has devastated the capital city in the midst of an already severe economic crisis has left the common people badly shaken. We offer our deepest condolences to the families of the victims and will leave no stone unturned in reaching them the best possible emergency and medical aid, post-operative care and temporary accommodation for those rendered homeless by the tragic event.”

He added that the cries of the Lebanese people for help have been heard and that it was important to respond by offering the right kind of assistance and treatment, in terms of quantity, quality and the timing it reaches the people.

The visionary entrepreneur and philanthropist has extended generous contribution to Lebanon in various forms over the last decade, including refugee aid programs, Ramadan campaigns, wintertime distribution of food packages and blankets, the establishment of The Khalaf Al Habtoor Hospital, and a multitude of charitable donations.