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Khaleej Times' weekend mag, out on Fridays, is the one-stop shop for your fix of leisure & lifestyle. Let us redefine your weekends — and weekdays!
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WKND magazine 31m
What is it about people and elevators that, when they meet, common sense vanishes like a morning mist?
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WKND magazine 2h
Talking food with Stefan Borchardt, Brand Chef, The Noodle House
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Ameni Esseibi talks about being a fighter, taking on detractors, and where she draws the line between health and body positivity
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WKND magazine Jul 18
In tomorrow’s issue, learn about Middle East’s ‘first curvy model’, meet the youngest Emirati author, discover why New Zealand is the perfect travel destination and much more!
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WKND magazine Jul 17
This is not the first time the royal couple has come under the scanner for breaking royal protocols.
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WKND magazine Jul 17
British superstar Rita Ora is no stranger to producing a musical hit, so has decided to combine two of her passions - a catchy song and Dubai
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WKND magazine Jul 17
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WKND magazine Jul 17
As another version of the controversial K.M. Nanavati Vs State of Maharashtra case comes to life in the web series The Verdict, Angad Bedi gives City Times the low-down
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WKND magazine Jul 17
The first Emirati woman filmmaker Nayla Al Khaja on her love for scarefests that led her to helm the new horror film, The Shadow
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WKND magazine Jul 17
England scored 26 boundaries in total in the entire duration of the match as compared to 17 by the Black Caps and were thus crowned as champions
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WKND magazine Jul 16
A 100 miles west of London lies the maritime town of Bristol, where colours and art explode in the form of scribbled alphabets, caricaturised leaders, valorised beasts, mysterious abstracts and versions of deities and devils.
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WKND magazine Jul 16
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WKND magazine Jul 16
Why Bollywood needs better fare than Kabir Singh and Hindi cinema's often-thoughtless portrayal of doctors
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WKND magazine Jul 16
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WKND magazine Jul 16
Keeping on top of all the latest cosmetic industry trends is not only impossibly time consuming, it's expensive.
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WKND magazine Jul 16
RiSE, one of the world's most visually stunning festivals, will leave its spiritual home in the Mojave Desert this November
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WKND magazine Jul 15
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WKND magazine Jul 15
If you love barbecues, then West 14th Steakhouse at Dukes The Palm may just provide quite a treat. Farhana Chowdhury savours the bites
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WKND magazine Jul 15
Talking food with Nicola Rossi, Executive Sous Chef, Four Seasons Hotel DIFC
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