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The programme will include various activities with the participation of six entities in the emirate, from 4pm until 9pm.
Speaking on the occasion, Maryam Al Shamsi, Director of Al Hamriya Branch, said that the aim of the event is to raise public awareness about children’s rights, in addition to creating an atmosphere of entertainment for children filled with educational, awareness and entertainment programmes.
She further highlighted the significant importance of Al Hamriya Beach Park and its strategic location.
Al Shamsi also noted that several productive families of members of the "Intaj” centre will display their food and household products throughout the event.
Al Hamriya Beach will launch a volunteer opportunity for university students through the electronic platform of the Sharjah Centre for Voluntary Work.
Eighth edition of SIFF to host 48 film premieres, which comprise 4 movies from the UAE, 3 from the GCC, 35 from the Middle East, and 6 films representing the unique vision of global filmmakers.
Archaeologists believe the jar was made inside the hall, as it is larger than the doorways. Another theory suggests that it was created first, and then the hall was built around it. Surrounded by a number of annexes or rooms, the hall is the largest roofed building discovered at the archaeological site.
The airport authorities added more than a dash of joy and festivity as they distributed gifts and candies among the children and their families.
President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent a message of congratulations to His Highness Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the Emir of Kuwait, on the third anniversary of his accession to power.
The new prices, which include 5 per cent VAT, will take effect from Sunday, October 1. Super 98 petrol will cost Dhs3.44 a litre, compared to Dhs3.42 a litre in September, an increase of 2 fils, while Special 95 will cost Dh3.33 a litre, compared to Dh3.31 a litre in September, an increase of 2 fils.
According to the Election Commission, a total of over 282,000 people are eligible to participate in the voting to choose the island nation's new president with a five-year term.
The symposium in in historic city Ghent will feature urologist Peter Wiklund of Mount Sinai Hospital, US; Dr Rajesh K Ahlawat, Medanta The Medicity; Dr Rajeev Kumar, AIIMS; and Profofessor Francesco Porpiglia of San Luigi Gonzaga Hospital, Italy.