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Najran rich with heritage sites

  • JEDDAH: Najran Gov. Prince Mishaal bin Abdullah yesterday emphasized the need to conduct more studies on antiquities and heritage sites in the region.“The Saudi leadership gives utmost importance to culture and heritage,” the governor said.Speaking to a Saudi-French scientific team that visited...
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Pondicherry: A city the French left behind…

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Aflatoxins: Occurrence and health risks

  • Aflatoxins are toxic substances produced by certain microorganisms in/on foods and feeds. Aflatoxins have been associated with various diseases, such as aflatoxicosis, in livestock, domestic animals and humans throughout the world. The occurrence of aflatoxins is influenced by certain...
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Marble Slab Creamery: ice-cold freshness

  • Ice cream parlors are smoking HOT, disregarding their predisposition to coolness. Marble Slab Creamery stands out among the many for two main reasons. One is, they make their own ice cream fresh on-site each day anew. A second reason: Their ice cream scoopers know how to spectacularly juggle your...
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Saudi Red Crescent introduces advanced first-aid for pilgrims

  • JEDDAH: Prince Faisal bin Abdullah, president of Saudi Red Crescent Authority, launched yesterday a new first-aid device designed by the authority and manufactured in Europe to serve pilgrims during the Haj season....
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Kababish: Experiencing the India, Pakistan bond

  • Kababish is where most desis, a collective term for people of the Indian subcontinent, in Jeddah frequent for daily and festive shopping. It is also the place they head to when they get nostalgic about back home. The market place, situated in Jeddah’s Aziziyah district, is teeming with goods from...
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The perfect burger at Square Meater

  • Square Meater is a newly opened burger restaurant that earned its reputation in no time. It is known among Jeddawis for it’s perfect burgers and dips. The restaurant is located in the courtyard at Bin Suliman Center, on the intersection of Prince Sultan Street and Rawdah Street. It’s situated...
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Al-Oqair to put Al-Ahsa into global tourism map

  • The Cabinet’s decision to allocate SR 1.4 billion for the development of Al-Oqair will boost Al-Ahsa region’s bid to find a place in the global tourism map, according to economic experts and prominent figures in the region. They said this would mark a new era in tourism investments in...
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Chefs reveal eating secrets of world’s most powerful men

  • Barack Obama can’t stand beetroot, artichokes are off the menu at France’s presidential palace and Vladimir Putin does not take any chances with dishes that emerge from the Kremlin kitchens.Those were just a few of the culinary titbits to emerge from the latest reunion of the select club of chefs...
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Rijal Alma: set in stone

  • What has happened is unchangeable, a fact of history, and rather than metaphorically it is quite literally in the case of Rijal Alma in the Aseer province: It is set in stone. The stone-built village, stern guardian to a trade route that has long disused in a valley at the foot of the Souda...
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