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 • Farewell for M.O.H Farook
 • Khan Ather & Habeeb Qadeer winds up their Saudi Arabia Tour
 • Dubai ruler plays up strength as Gulf markets fall
 • Dubai World to restructure 26-billion dollars debt
 • Dubai debt plan fails to calm Gulf markets
 • Rising India should strike deals with other Gulf countries too
 • ‘Aim for stars! If you miss, you land on moon’
 • ‘Haj a complete success’
 • Pilgrimage declared free of contagious diseases
 • Saudis work for foreigners at fruit market
 • Muslims lack leadership in India, Mani Shankar Iyer
 • Indian Haj delegation interacts with pilgrims in Jeddah
 • 19th Principals’ Conference held in International Indian School, Riyadh.
 • A Musical Event "EK-SHAAM MASTANI” in Eastern Province
 • Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD) Convention
 • Hajj Orientation Program Organized
 • UAE to build oil refinery on Pakistan coast
 • 11th Dubai Air Show begins amid much fanfare
 • Extra SR8 for services at Indian embassy will hit poor workers
 • Pilgrims urged to book with licensed operators
 • Two Keralites die in hit-and-run Riyadh accident
 • Tourism deepens Saudi-India ties
 • Shifa Al Jazeera Polyclinic begins its 7th Year Health Programs
 • ISRO committed to making India leader in space tech: Radhakrishnan
 • IISR holds food and fund-raising fair
 • Saudi King, Obama top Forbes most powerful list
 • Dubai Air Show a ‘ Perfect’ Event: Hamdan
 • Sir Syed Day at Riyadh
 • Embassy setup Indian Community Welfare Fund (ICWF) in the Kingdom
 • Four MNS legislators suspended for attacking Abu Azmi
 • APUS honored community leaders, celebrates AP formation day
 • Trade pact a road to 1-trillion dollars Gulf market for India: Bahrain
 • Western Union cuts ties with its Riyadh partner
 • Education minister suffered from swine flu
 • UAE police seize 1.5 mn pills
 • Husband demands $300,000 to ‘free’ Canadian wife, kids
 • Expats criticize medical insurance program
 • Kaaba gold door maker passes away
 • ‘Cancer Care For Life’ campaign for Indian expats in EP
 • Over 5,000 people convert to Islam through mobile hotline
 • Paedophile to be crucified in Saudi Arabia
 • Saudi, Indian businessmen discuss ways to boost ties
 • UAE to organise lecture on 'Dialogue of Civilisations'
 • AMU's founder's day celebrated in Saudi Arabia
 • Indo-Saudi Joint Commission meeting will be held in Riyadh on Oct. 31.
 • Pranab in Riyadh for high-level talks with Saudi Arabia
 • SRTEPC organizes Indian Textiles Buyer Seller Meet in Riyadh
 • UAE's Saed company gets ISO certification
 • Pranab Mukherjee meets King Abdullah to boost bilateral ties
 • AMU alumni mark Sir Syed Day
 • UAE GDP could top 4.5 pct in 2010 - cbank official
 • Dubai to raise Dh7b in biggest sukuk sale
 • Expat sues govt over unlawful detention
 • Abu Dhabi Grand Prix could be a crash-fest, says David Coulthard
 • UAE continues to be among the 50 most prosperous countries in the world
 • U.S. serious about getting Doha round trade deal - EU
 • Hyderabadi poets steal the Indian Embassy Mushaira
 • Saudi female TV journalist gets 60 lashes
 • Saudi Arabia bans all fatwas by imams
 • Urdu – Source of positive thinking and inspiration for major revolutions
 • Malls in UAE signal culture shift by offering baby-changing rooms for males
 • Desert in UAE to green in 39 years
 • Dubai Holding official questioned in Dh200m fraud
 • US-UAE nuclear deal to take effect soon - State Dept
 • UAE, India trade likely to grow over 50 percent
 • Prices in prime areas in Dubai go up 8%
 • DIIC hosted reception to Asadudeen Owaisi
 • Six killed in Sharjah air crash
 • Mushaira 2009 Invitees passes available at Embassy. "To see the List of Invitees Click Here"
 • Tamil Sangam Riyadh and Dammam paid tribute to S.A. Abdul Mallik
 • Saudi haj tourism loss highest in 50 years
 • Remittances by expats now four percent of Saudi GDP
 • Creative ad designers for brighter future
 • LBC journalist asked to prove innocence in sex-show case
 • Saudi student expelled for ‘cheating’ in US
 •  Saudi arrested for attacking police officer in Jeddah
 • Saudis allowed to buy firearms openly
 • Indian girl seriously injured after a stray bullet hit
 • Indian Haj Pilgrims will arrive from Tuesday
 • Nida saves the day at Urdu poetry night
 • First "Salar-e-Millat" award presented to Abdurrahman Saleem
 • UAE to help developing nations in poverty eradication
 • Women MPs refuse to wear headscarf in Kuwait House
 • Burj Dubai to open on December 2
 • Seminar on Mental Health Challenges at Workplace in UAE
 • UAE retail group eyes Indian expansion plan
 • Ex-WTO chief "mildly optimistic" on Doha round
 • Trader gets back 10kg gold forgotten at Dubai Airport
 • Dubai provides stage for icons of enterprise
 • Parents wary as school term starts in Saudi Arabia
 • Saudi Mobily telecom refinances $400 mln loan
 • Gulf Arab econ growth to slow to 0.7 pct in '09 - IMF
 • UAE to host Gulf petrochemical industries meet
 • Mushairah-2009 on Oct. 22 in Riyadh
 • “Ek Shaam Suhani bhulayi na jaaye” Memorable Gazal Nite by Mohammed Vakil
 • London, Oct 8(ANI): Dr Hafez Almedlej, the chairman of the Saudi Professional League Commission, has
 • India the most attractive tourist destination
 • Sex braggart gets five years, lashes
 • India, Saudi Arabia to increase cooperation in tourism sector
 • Dubai to host India property exhibition
 • Saudi king in Damascus to mend fences with Assad
 • Saudi envoy to Pak refuses to divulge anything on Sharif-Saudi king deal
 • UAE to host camel festival
 • Tharoor in Dubai to promote ties with UAE
 • UAE, Cuba sign accords to strengthen ties
 • UAE calls for establishment of regional stock market
 • Saudi pressure may see Musharraf to go scot-free, Sharif not contest elections till 2010
 • Bahrain backs India's UNSC bid, tweets Tharoor
 • BSNL, MTNL interested in Zain deal - Kuwait's Kharafi
 • Emaar opens Dubai Mall Medical Centre
 • “India Tourism Road Show” on October 6, 2009 in Riyadh
 • Dubai announces Emirates Energy Award
 • UAE foreign aid co-ordination appeals for Philippines, Indonesia aid
 • Saudi Arabia records four new swine flu fatalities
 • New Saudi university slammed for co-ed classes
 • Gitex expects to draw top Saudi players
 • Asian schools face the litmus test
 • Dubai family talks of narrowly escaping death
 • Saudi Arabia flogs teenagers after rare riots in eastern region
 • Dubai airport passenger traffic up 10.7%
 • Two suspects arrested in 'phone scams' inquiry
 • 13 UAE banks exposed to troubled Saudi groups
 • UAE economy gears up for strong revival
 • Baby girl brings relief to distraught family
 • Saudi youth sets fire to wedding tent
 • Dubai Airshow to be held in November
 • UAE equestrian exhibition to open Wednesday
 • Dubai International records double-digit growth for third consecutive month
 • More women than men suffer heart attack in Gulf
 • Kuwait to deport 17,000 foreigners involved in illegalities
 • Over 600 Chinese nationals working in Saudi embrace Islam
 • Saudi prince wants 50 pct of Liverpool FC - paper
 • Saudi Arabia issues guidelines for Hajj pilgrims
 • Fire guts apartment in residential building on Hamdan Street
 • Bahrain uses mosques to promote public awareness about swine flu
 • Abu Dhabi hospital opens H1N1 facility
 • Businessman gets back Dh500,000 left at shop
 • Vacation in International Indian Schools in the Kingdom extended
 • Almost 100,000 passengers use Dubai Metro in one day
 • Cancel veto rights of permanent security council members: Iran
 • 100 killed in Sudan violence
 • Indo-Saudi forum set for Oct. 31
 • Ahmadinejad sues senior religious leader for insulting remark
 • Saudi Arabia’s ‘love’ for Nawaz Sharif lost?
 • India to setup higher education centers in the Kingdom soon: Shahare
 • APUS pays tribute to YSR
 • Kuwait to gradually end system of sponsorship
 • UAE, Qatar most competitive countries in Middle East
 • UAE apologises for aircraft row, India assures early release
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The Rooftop of Arabia

Yemen is one of the oldest continuously inhabited regions in the world and the country's history dates from the very dawn of humankind. Set in the south of the Arabian peninsula between the Arabian and the Red seas, Yemen contains a variety of landscapes ranging from the vast emptiness of the desert to long, sandy beaches, from fertile green valleys, to the barren summits of some of the highest mountains in Arabia.

For thousands of years Yemen has formed an important link in both regional and global trade routes. Spices, incense and gold have travelled through the land, and the little coastal town of Mokha was for centuries the prime centre of the world's coffee trade.

Modern Yemen was formed only in 1990, with the unification of the Arab Republic of Yemen in the north and the Democratic People's Republic of Yemen in the south. Sanaa is the political and Aden the centre of commerce. Shopping in Yemen is a delight and, as in much of Arabia, is conducted primarily in the souks. The range of handicrafts is extensive and includes jewellery, amber beads, leather goods, hand-woven cloth, traditional weapons, brightly coloured cushions and ceramics, incense and antiques, spices and, of course, Yemen coffee.

Visitors should note that a trip to Yemen should be considered an experience of a way of life long since lost to many other parts of Arabia and, consequently, total luxury and comfort cannot always be guaranteed. Whilst we endeavour to provide the highest possible standards of service, visitors may encounter the occasional unavoidable inconvenience. Please also bear in mind that during the Holy Month of Ramadan, shopping and business hours may change.

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