Dar Al Khaleej Digital Edition is a replica of our traditional printed publication with all the stories, photos, and artwork intact. You can read your favorite newspaper and our magazines anytime and anywhere. Our Digital Editions are available to all users, but in order to enhance your reading experience, please register. Registration is quick and easy, and it enables you to take full advantage of our features.
With the Dar Al Khaleej, you can read it online in its true printed format from anywhere in the world. The Digital Edition is enhanced with the latest digital tools, including RSS feeds, social networking, blogging and much more. See the Quick User Guide below for a list of key features.
On-demand narration is a great feature for users who like to listen to their magazine while multitasking or who are visually impaired.
Download your digital edition on mobile device and read it anywhere.
Our new tool offers instant translation in up multiple languages for most articles and even full publications.
Love an article? Share it! You can get a direct link to an article, post it on Facebook and Twitter, email it or copy it onto a note-taking app.
Print articles and crosswords anytime you need.
Receive an email alert as soon as the current issue of your favourite publication is available.
Save articles for future reference. Using our tool you’re able to create as many Collections of stories as you like.
Yesterday’s paper or other back issues are just a click away.
Engage in a conversation with other readers and interact with your favourite content.
Choose how you want to experience the Dar Al Khaleej. Cancel anytime. The free press relies on subscribers. Select a plan that's right for you.
Dar Al Khaleej Printing & Publishing is a publishing house based in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. The company was established in 1970 with the launch of the daily Al Khaleej newspaper.
The company, whose name literally means Gulf House, was founded by brothers Taryam Omran Taryam (1942-2003) and Abdullah Omran Taryam (1944-2015).
The purchase of new printing equipment in the 1990s enabled the company to increase the number of pages and print other publications. Al Khaleej is now one of the most popular Arabic-language newspapers in the country.