Everyone likes this time of year. A lot of people get half days at work and then they have a huge holiday to look forward to at the end of the month. You can see it’s Ramadan when some shops open later than usual in the mornings and some don’t open at all, until it’s time for Iftar. Music in shops stops playing and verses of the Quran are played instead.
Ramadan is just a few days away and we are all in preparation mode at this point. During this special time of the year, things can get a little stressful when planning Iftar, especially if you are working too.
Never skip the early morning meal that is Suhoor/Sehri as that is the fundamental meal your body depends for the rest of the day
Even though water is best for quenching thirst at Iftar but it can get quite boring. Instead, try these tasty and healthy alternatives to hydrate yourself.
Basiligo, a healthy restaurant and meal plan service in the UAE that puts together its meals using only fresh and organic ingredients, offers some guidelines for a wholesome lifestyle during Ramadan.
The United Arab Emirates is home to more than nine million expatriates who hail from well over 100 countries and form 90 percent of the population.
Zayed Sports tournament will give ladies all over the UAE a chance to enjoy a variety of sports, develop their athletic skills, and win valuable prizes.
Around 19 teams are taking part in the tournament held in Holy Ramadan since 2011 in the memory of late Sheikh Maktoum Bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
The Sharjah Women's Sports Club team was crowned the basketball champions at the 11th Ramadan Women’s Sports Tournament (RWST) after a glorious final score of 66-25 against Brunei Airline.