September 7, 2004
A recent survey conducted by Hoffmann-La Roche, which sought to find out about the public’s general level of awareness of weight-related issues in the
Australian super-chef Guillaume Brahimi will take up an exclusive four-day residency at Retro at Le Meridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, Du
A tie up between Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB), one of the UAE's leading financial institutions, and Audi has proved to be a resounding success.
Private wealth in the Middle East – particularly the Arabian Gulf states – is growing at an unprecedented rate, principally due to higher oil prices, according to new research.
Nearly 200 watch retailers, distributors and top management from the Swatch Group have arrived in Dubai for the biggest ever watch event to be staged in the Middle East. The Swatch Group’s second an
3Com, a leading provider of networking technology, has announced that it has been chosen to provide an extensive network infrastructure with wireless capabilities for the ASPIRE Academy of Sports Exce
September 6, 2004
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov accepted Israel’s offer to share its experience of combating armed groups, following the recent Russian school
A concert for prominent Lebanese singer Majida Al Roumi at the Syrian opera house had given rise to chaos to breakout among workers at the Syrian television after their salaries were cut to pay for th
After six years of separation prominent Egyptian comedian-actor Adel Imam returned to work with famous scenarist Waheed Hamed on a new project taken from the novel “Aamaret Ya’qoubian”
Ahead of the ninth annual GSM in the Middle East, Gulf and North Africa conference and exhibition, taking place from 5-6 October 2004, at the JW Marriott Hotel, Dubai, UAE, EMC announced its forecast
Qatar’s economy continues to grow at an unprecedented rate bringing with it development opportunities for the country’s service industry.
Sheikha Lubna Al-Qasimi, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tejari, www.tejari.com, the Middle East online marketplace, delivered an inaugural speech at the Fourth Conference on Information Technology &
The Middle East's first repair facility for faulty memory modules has just opened its doors at Jebel Ali.
September 5, 2004
Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden may be nabbed anytime soon, if the claims made by the U.S. Coordinator on counter-terrorism, Ambassador J. Cofer Black,
Kuwait's Amir, Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah on Saturday left Columbia University Medical Center in New York, US, after undergoing a routine medica