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The all-night parades by the city's top samba schools on Friday and Saturday are the first since February 2020, marking a turning point for Brazil, where COVID-19 has claimed more than 660,000 lives — second only to the United States.
For a whole 10 days, not just Kerala, but Keralites in other parts of India and overseas, are on jubilant mode as they mark Onam, the famous harvest festival, which celebrates the return of the legendary demon King Mahabali.
Australia as expected topped the table with 178 medals (67-57-54) but were run close by hosts England, who produced their best-ever performance ending with 176 medals (57-66-53) while Canada were a distant third with 92 medals (26-32-34).
The operetta featured a rendition of the poems of Emirati poet Maryam Al Naqbi by Fayez Al Saeed, Walid Al Jassem and Faisal Al Jassem, while a group of female students from Abdullah bin Al Mubarak school in Khorfakkan, performed a graceful dance in the background.
Five films of different genres and storylines from an industry that began in 1926 had been selected for free public viewing at the Manarat Al Saadiyat in the Saadiyat Cultural District of the capital.
An official spokesman for Etihad Airways said: “We, Etihad Airways the national carrier of the UAE, do not participate in the official celebrations of foreign countries and we affirm that Etihad Airways has not and will never participate in the air show celebrations with Israel. Media reports which mentioned that we did are surely false.”
After accumulating the virtues of the Holy Month of Ramadan, the faithful in the UAE are geared up to celebrate Eid Al Fitr with religious ardour, thanks to the authorities for effectively curbing the coronavirus which led to easing of the restrictions.
To celebrate the heritage of ancestors, from 9am on November 26, the people of Al Bataeh will stay in the desert for a full day to revive Emirati traditions and the lifestyle of the past.
The Sharjah Social Services Department, Al Hamriya Branch, is organising a programme full of activities that will last for four days from 17th-20th November at Al Hamriya Beach Park, to celebrate World Children's Day, which falls on 20th November.