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Revealed: 10 of the most expensive iftars in Dubai

Here are some of the most lavish iftar offerings this Ramadan in Dubai

UAE confirms Saturday as the first day of Ramadan

The official moon sighting committee confirmed the start of the holy month

First day of Ramadan 2017 confirmed

The first day of Ramadan will fall on Saturday, Saudi Arabia has announced

Ramadan FAQs: Everything you need to know about the holy month

Ramadan is expected to begin on May 27 this year

UAE announces reduced private sector working hours for Ramadan

The holy month is expected to begin this weekend

UAE working hours for Ramadan announced

Public sector staff will work shortened hours during the holy month

Qatar introduces price caps on 418 products for Ramadan

Prices of products including rice, flour, cooking oil, milk and meat have been capped

UAE stores to offer Ramadan discounts worth Dhs300m on 10,000 items

The discounts will range from 50 to 75 per cent and be available at 600 outlets across the country

Ramadan to begin on May 27 – astronomer

The holy month is predicted to last for 29 days, ending on Saturday, June 24

Ramadan to begin on May 27 – scholar

Sheikh Abdullah Bin Sulaiman Al-Manie forecast the date based on astronomical calculations

UAE confirms that Eid Al Fitr will start on Wednesday

UAE private sector workers will get a four-day weekend for Eid

UAE moon-sighting committee to meet on Monday

The committee will meet on Monday evening after Maghreb prayer

Eid Al Fitr 2016: UAE astronomer predicts end of Ramadan

Tuesday, July 5, is expected to be the final day of Ramadan

How will Ramadan affect your business?

James Swallow looks to the holy month of Ramadan and what it means for those starting a business in the region

Ramadan: UAE fasting begins today

The country’s moon sighting committee confirmed fasting for the holy month will begin on Monday

Ramadan Q&As: Everything you need to know

Ramadan is expected to begin on Monday, June 6

Saudi calls on Muslims to sight Ramadan crescent moon on Sunday

The first day of the holy month is expected to begin on Monday

UAE reveals private sector working hours for Ramadan

Working hours for private sector workers will be reduced by two hours

UAE announces public sector working hours during Ramadan

Employees at various ministries and other federal authorities will work from 9am to 2pm

Pictures: Eid celebrations across the world

Eid Al Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan, was celebrated worldwide on Friday and Saturday

Eid Al Fitr confirmed on Friday in UAE

Eid al-Fitr holidays for private sector workers in the UAE will be on Friday and Saturday

Five things to do in the UAE this Eid

With Eid Al Fitr approaching this weekend, the UAE offers several ways to relax and enjoy

UAE announces Eid holidays for public and private sector

Eid holidays for employees of federal authorities will begin from July 16 while private sector workers will receive two days off

UAE confirms that Ramadan will begin on June 18

The first day of Eid Al Fitr is likely to fall on Friday, July 17, say astronomers

UAE announces Ramadan working hours for private sector

Working hours for private sector employees will be reduced by two hours with no change in salaries.

UAE sets up moon sighting committee for Ramadan, announces public sector timings

Employees at ministries and other federal authorities will work from 9am to 2pm during Ramadan

Ramadan likely to start on June 18, Eid to fall on July 17 – Astronomers

Fasting hours are anticipated to stretch for up to 15 hours and 15 minutes at the beginning of the holy month.

UAE Declares July 28, Monday As First Day Of Eid Al Fitr

Private sector companies in the UAE will remain closed on July 28, Monday and July 29, Tuesday for Eid.

UAE’s Moon-Sighting Committee To Meet On Sunday To Announce Eid Date

The committee, chaired by the UAE’s Minister of Justice, will announce the start of the Shawwal month, signalling Eid Al Fitr.

UAE Private Sector Workers To Get Two-Days Eid Al Fitr Holiday

The first and second days of the month of Shawwal have been announced as Eid-al-Fitr holidays for the private sector.