The UAE Embassies and Consulates General have supervised the distribution of food baskets and Ramadan Ration in Kosovo and India, reports WAM.
In the month of giving and sharing, people with a soft heart and sound mind have been organising various activities like Iftar for different segments of society.
Thirty-two enforcement officers from a local council in the Muslim-majority country are going undercover at food outlets as part of the scheme, the New Straits Times newspaper reported.
“Break the fast at Iftar by eating three dates. The reason is that after many hours of fasting, the body needs a source of energy like simple sugars or carbohydrates that it can burn up fast for a quick burst of energy. This provides glucose to all cells, especially the brain and the nervous system.”
A resolution seeking a ban on celebrities hosting Ramadan transmissions has been unanimously passed by the Punjab Assembly (PA). The assembly requested the federal government to ensure that TV channels display the utmost respect for Ramadan in their transmissions and invite religious scholars to the programmes.
Dubai Police have taken into custody the parents of a seven-year-old boy, who was forced to act blind and beg on the streets during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
A number of activities have been organised by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) including Islamic lectures, community events and charitable and humanitarian activities throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan.
As many as 30 orphans of various age group have enjoyed a charity Iftar organised by Hilton Sharjah as part of celebrations of its 100th anniversary.
Intentions or resolutions don’t come only on New Year’s Eve. This year a few expat residents kept dietary resolutions starting from the onset of Ramadan extending throughout the month.