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Emirates Identity Authority gets UN honour
UN report which recently came out, describes the Emirates ID’s biometric enrolment programme as one of the world’s best biometric programmes.
Television authorities to clamp down on Dish TV users
Several small shops dealing in satellite and television services have already been raided by police authorities for promoting such set-top boxes.
Indoor air quality impacts residents’ wellbeing: DM
If the building management is not maintaining the central airconditioning system, causing malodour and impacting residents’ health, they can complain to the Dubai Municipality
Dubai girl with Down's Syndrome beats all odds
From photography, filmmaking to fashion and dance, Aarti Ajay Shah, who was born with Down’s Syndrome, shows the world what it takes to transform one’s dreams into reality and how to live a life more normal than normal people.
Dubai to host global blood meet in 2016
In order to combat infectious diseases that may be transmitted through blood, it is of paramount importance to ensure that blood transfusions are conducted safely and the stored blood is free from taints.
Landlords in free zones put bizarre conditions
Considerations like nationality, nature of work, monthly income and the number of his family members come up.
Zayed Humanitarian Work Day on July 13
The Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation (KF) will launch Zayed Humanitarian Work Day on July 13, which coincides with the 19th of Ramadan.
It’s right to start writing on paper, say experts
In interviews with experts in two fields, Nivriti Butalia finds out why making children write on paper is important for his/her development and how handwriting itself gives an insight into one’s personality
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