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Tourism during holy month includes historic tours, breaking fast meals, tanoura and religious chanting shows
Primary approval given to extend programme until end of September, which raises hotel and compound occupancies
The characters’ brutal fight over the throne plus their super natural powers and numerous interrelationships sparked resemblance to another famous series
“Haret Al-Yehudd” (Jewish Quarter) is a series being aired on several government- and private-owned channels featuring the lives of Egyptian Jews who were in Egypt during the 1940s and 1950s.
By Rana Khaled The yearly marathon of Ramadan series has started, raising waves of praise and criticism by thousands of viewers, who share their thoughts and judgments daily on different social media sites. Like last Ramadan, most of the series this year focused on tackling social issues, such as “Waly El-Aahd”, starring Lucy, Hamada Helal …
Despite making history, chaos broke out on the 4 km line
“The entire media apparatus is flawed…climate unfavourable for both audience and advertiser,” says Abdel Aziz
By Ahmed Tharwat The Muslim holy month of Ramadan began last week. This fasting month is observed by millions of Muslims around the world, unless you are in China, where anti-fasting cops resort to force feeding observing Muslims in public. The number of hours that Muslims must fast will vary based on where they live. …
In Ramadan, the work quota does not change a lot for construction workers, as they do not have any specific working hours.
No injuries or deaths reported in both incidents
The Consumer Protection Agency (CPA) recently banned an ad belonging to Fox chips company, as it believes the ad promotes domestic violence and spreads a negative image of parenting.
Most of Cairo has been decorated with colourful lamps, lanterns and triangle-shaped brightly coloured papers.
China is depriving its Muslim population of their religious freedoms, says leading Sunni authority
Orders for Ramadan lanterns made of sheet iron increased by 50%, compared to 30% last season
Hazelnut prices increased three or four times to reach EGP 170 ($22.2) per kilo, because the government halted imports, says vendor
MBC Masr targets EGP 173m, and Al-Hayat launches advertisement package worth approximately EGP 8m, says channel official
Ministry of Supply offers food exhibitions to sell products at low prices
“Kamel Karamak” (“Complete your good deed”), is a national initiative created by Lipton Tea, Knorr Fine Foods and the Food Bank, in collaboration with the Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade, to raise awareness regarding food disposal.
Stories of the reason the lantern is strictly attached to Ramadan has varied.
Until now, more than 35 drama series’ have been announced for airtime on different private TV channels, some of them starring the same actors
Ministries of Finance and Supply take steps to prepare for Ramadan
Butane gas consumption sees only slight rise of 3%-4% in Ramadan, says former EGPC Vice Chairman
On the occasion of Ramadan, the hypermarket is offering discounts on basic items
EGP 5bn to agricultural credit and supply commodities to finance purchasing local wheat, says budget director
Our collaboration with Encode Design Studio this year is going to bring about a magnificent, novel ambience to Sequoia by introducing the exotic nature.
No one can control or monopolise the prices of vegetables because they have vulnerable expiration dates, says head of the FEDCOC
Religious tourism is the main activity for more than 2,000 companies since 25 January Revolution, due to tourism regression
The episodes of the new cartoon series have been extended to 12 minutes each
After the government pulled programming, children are watching adult series that may expose them to “complex scenes they cannot process”, says AUC professor
Traditional handmade lanterns, the Mesaharaty, TV shows and charades have become the stuff of memories