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Tarun Tahiliani brings his embroidered ambassadors to Cairo 

For centuries, the history of India has been embroidered on sarees, one golden thread at a time. The country’s vast population has documented revolutions, stories of love, and ventures of literary expeditions on brocade and draped silk. Being at the heart of the old world, the country has changed through history to keep up with …

Nayera Yasser

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From Cairo to Aswan: enter Egypt’s thriving cycling scene

Walk into Galal Zekri’s office—the man behind the 10-day Cairo to Aswan NS Crossing (North to Sourth Crossing)—and you find a Google-like, colourful atmosphere, a map of the world, and a white board of the list of engagements and plans to start on. Talk to him, and you find the most inspiring young man, looking …

Yosra El-Zoghby

KSB to establish west Cairo, Al-Walidiyah pumps for EGP 652m

The Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC) has contracted with the German KSB Company to establish pumps for two power plants in west Cairo and Al-Walidiyah in Assiut, at a cost of EGP 652m. Gaber El Desouky, head of EEHC, said that the total contract value for the west Cairo power plant pumps includes a foreign …

Daily News Egypt

Ammanii brings cross-cultural jewellery to Cairo

In the mist of digital evolution and social media apps taking over the daily lives of millions around the globe, stories are told and shared in methods that were completely foreign a decade or two before. While reading a story is a common act that the majority go through without much thought, the decision to …

Daily News Egypt

General Authority for Reconstruction implements 20 projects in Cairo, Giza, Qalyubia worth EGP5.7bn

Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities Mostafa Madbouli announced that the Central Agency for Reconstruction and Development is currently implementing 20 projects in Cairo, Giza, Qalyubia worth EGP5bn and EGP 720m. The minister explained that the projects implemented vary between the implementation of housing units within the social housing project, or under the umbrella …

Nihal Samir

Can the Maker Movement breathe new life into Egypt?

For the third year in a row, Maker Faire hit Cairo, to create more, inspire more, and innovate more. On the 7th and 8th of April, Cairo’s smart village witnessed two eventful days, packed with invention, creativity, and resourcefulness from very diverse fields, like technology, art, science, and entrepreneurship. The event was organized by FabLab …

Daily News Egypt

The South Korean wave ‘Hallyu’ where arts, sports and languages meet in Cairo

“Hallyu” is a term that refers to the popularity of South Korean entertainment and culture. It first appeared after South Korea entered diplomatic relations with China during the 1990s. By then, Korean TV dramas and music became popular among the Chinese-speaking communities. Hallyu has its fans in Egypt, in order to widen its fans-base, the …

Maya Nawar

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Cairo turns Orange

The Embassy of the Netherlands in Egypt organised the fifth Orange Bike Day with more than 5,000 cyclists participating on Friday morning. The goal of the event is to raise awareness about the importance of sustainability and sustainable business practices, supported by the slogan: Orange is the new Green. The event was planned with the …

Maya Nawar