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Discovering the Timeless Charms of Khajuraho: Temples, Tradition, and Tranquility

Deepanwita Gita Niyogi   Thu 18 Jan 2024    

Khajuraho, a UNESCO world heritage site declared in 1986, is a bustling place, replete with a high dose of local color and flavor. In its dusty lanes and by-lanes where locals, tourists and animals often jostle for space and yet […]


Get into the Ramadan spirit with Haq Al Laila festivities at Expo City Dubai

The Brew News Team   Fri 03 Mar 2023    

Dubai: As you gear for Ramadan, head to Expo City Dubai to celebrate Haq Al Laila, an integral part of Emirati and neighbouring gulf traditions. Keeping the Haq Al Laila tradition alive Get into the Ramadan Spirit with Haq Al […]


Dubai’s heritage featured at the 2022 Smithsonian Folklife Festival

Brew Admin   Tue 02 Aug 2022    

Dubai: Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) participated in the 2022 Smithsonian Folklife Festival that was held at the National Mall in Washington under the theme ‘United Arab Emirates: Living Landscape | Living Memory.’ The Authority took visitors on […]


Angola celebrated National Day at Expo 2020, showcasing the Angolan culture and tradition.

Brew Admin   Thu 23 Dec 2021    

Dubai: Angola celebrated its National Day on 22nd December 2021 at its pavilion at the Mobility district of Expo 2020 Dubai in the presence of the Republic’s President, João Lourenço, and various other dignitaries. Angola has also lined up an […]


Dubai Police ready Ramadan Cannons

Brew Admin   Sun 11 Apr 2021    

DUBAI – Every day during the holy month of Ramadan, a single shot is fired at the time of iftar and two shots are fired to mark the start of the holy month and the commencement of Eid. Dubai Police […]


Couscous receives UNESCO status for its flavourful, well-steeped history

Brew Admin   Thu 17 Dec 2020    

Couscous, the almost quinoa-like Berber dish consumed with great relish across the Northwest Africa’s Maghreb region, joined the UN list of the world’s intangible cultural heritage Wednesday. Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and Mauritania were among the countries that submitted the listing […]


Disney+ ups sentiment on racism disclaimer warning, opens dialogue on an ‘inclusive future’

Brew Admin   Tue 20 Oct 2020    

Disney+ has plussed out with the wording of its updated disclaimer, owning up to past errors that racialized its era-bygone characters — and now, subtly adding a new layer to its warnings to all its ‘negative’ content.  The streaming platform has rephrased […]


Cubans say Adiós to cruelty, as animal rights law cracks down on ‘dog-fight’ scene

Brew Admin   Thu 15 Oct 2020    

Havana’s streets teem with abandoned animals and are littered with carcasses of chickens sacrificed in religious rituals, while, behind closed doors, dogs are thrown into illegal deadly fights. But things are changing in Cuba thanks to pressure from a growing […]


Namita’s Natter // 10 new-age ‘desi brides’ who are the inspiration every girl needs

Brew Admin   Mon 12 Oct 2020    

The past few months have been a nightmare for Indian women. A 6-year-old child, Ziva Dhoni, was at the receiving end of vicious rape threats because her father, MS Dhoni, lost a cricket match. Actor Anushka Sharma was also trolled […]