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National drive to curb fall accidents involving children
Civil Defence teams to visit residential buildings, schools and play areas to spread awareness
No hike in wages of Indian workers, says envoy
Indian Ambassador to the UAE T.P. Seetharam says no revision in the minimum wages of Indian workers in the UAE was made in the recent past.
UAE funding projects in Egypt worth $10 billion
Al Dhaheri said that these projects would accrue far-reaching economic benefits to Egypt as they would generate 600,000 jobs and serve 10 million people.
Indian minister wins support of ‘super rich’ business persons
Sushma Swaraj invited the Indian entrepreneurs and Emirati investors to explore investing in India under the Make In India programme.
Awqaf and Minors Affairs Foundation donates Dh584,000 to DHA
Tayeb Al Rais, Secretary General of AMAF, handed over the cheque to Eng Essa Al Maidoor, Director General of the Dubai Health Authority, at the DHA headquarters.
Bangladesh’s economy conducive to investments, says PM
Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina tells Farhana Chowdhury that Bangladesh’s economy has continued to grow amid challenges.
Indian expats usher in festival of lights today
A festival celebrating the victory of good over evil and light over darkness, Diwali is a joyous occasion for families and friends to get together at thoroughly cleaned and decked-up homes.
South African expats not satisfied with Pistorius verdict
The best thing that came out of the trial is the fact that “he didn’t get away with murder”, which is what many predicted, says a Dubai resident.
Indian community preps up for Diwali in Dubai
Regarded as the New Year in the Hindu calendar, Diwali preparations usually revolve around cleaning homes, buying gold jewellery and richly embroidered garments and distributing sweets among friends and family.
Hope for Kerala’s endosulfan victims from UAE
With over 4,500 people said to be suffering from effects of the toxic pesticide, UAE-based volunteers have come together to offer long-term rehabilitation services.
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