How the UAE searched Google during Ramadan

9 most-searched questions based on Google Trends data in the past five years
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Ramadan times, diets and working hours were among the most-searched subjects in the UAE during Ramadan in the past five years, according to Google. Here are the top questions posted to the know-all search engine based on data from Google Trends. We have provided some answers too ... (Getty Images)\n
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9. Question: In what month does Ramadan begin?\nAnswer: In 2016, Ramadan started in June.\n(Mohammed al-Shaikh/AFP/Getty Images)\n
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8. Question: What is a healthy diet for Ramadan?\nAnswer: Responses to this questions advised light meals full of fibre, proteins and complex carbohydrates, made up of fruit juices, lean meat and fresh vegetables.\n
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7. Question: What are the official working hours in the private sector during Ramadan?\nAnswer: In 2016, working hours for federal government and ministry employees were from 9am to 2pm.
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6. Question: What is the response to Ramadan Kareem?\nAnswer: While some responses say it is fine to reply with Ramadan Kareem, a more appropriate response may be Ramadan Mubarak.\n(Sameer al-Doumy/AFP/Getty Images)\n
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5. Question: What are the signs of Laylat Al Qadr? \nAnswer: Laylat Al Qadr (The Night of the Power) is the night when the first verses of the Quran were revealed to the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH). The signs include that the sun rose with no rays, a pleasant night that was neither hot nor cold and a bright night in which no meteors are seen. \n(Haidar Hamdani/AFP/Getty Images)\n
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4. Question: Religious questions for children about Ramadan?\nAnswer: This question throws up a multitude of answers, one of which suggests ways to get children excited about Ramadan, such as decorating the house and involving them in charity work. Good ideas!\n(Mohammed Al-Shaikh/AFP/Getty Images)\n
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3. Question: What is the best nutritious diet for children during Ramadan? \nAnswer: Depending on their age, children should start fasting gradually and break their fast with dates, soup and milk, juice or water.\n(Rouf Bhat/AFP/Getty Images)\n
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2. Question: What is the reward of completing the Quran in Ramadan? \nAnswer: There are many benefits of completing the Quran in Ramadan, including raising your status and being of the best people.\n(Amer Almohibany/AFP/Getty Images)\n
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1. Question: What is the first day of Ramadan? \nAnswer: Ramadan 2016 started on Monday, June 6.\n(Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)\n
Sun 03 Jul 2016 04:06 PM GST